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COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. f 26.

COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. f 26.

COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. Lord ELLENnoltouCirr sat from 9 tO .10 at Nrisi Prias, to take undefended causes, and then the . COurt sat. . - • 'THE KING V. LOWTIfER, ES(z George Lowther, Esq. received the judgment of the Court, for a libel on J. T. Bait, Esq.. one of the, Magistr
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
From TUESDAY, March 11, to BRUNSWICK.

From TUESDAY, March 11, to BRUNSWICK.

; The following is given in a German Journal, as noble monument of patriotism, doing equal honour to a brave Prince and his subjects : "The PETITION of the BRUNSWICKERS to their DUKE. ILLUSTRIOUS lIRIKE, " MOST GRACIOUS PRINtE AND LORD, " To your children, and all good Brunswick
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
IhiME CißbUii. iititTi4oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t&

IhiME CißbUii. iititTi4oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t&

IhiME CißbUii. iititTi 4 oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t& tat morning; dbcnit fie o'clock; Mr. JailCe H H EAT and read his ColianisSion tir holding the AsiiZei for ilia County. Alter hearing Divitte-Servide; the Learned Jtilge pru teeded to the liusineprof the Cotinty. ' There are only lo
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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• °) 52015.] WEDNESDAY, Oct. 16. PROM THE PARIS PAPERS. -0- ARTS, OCT. 6.—The • has established hi head-quarters at Stutgard. The army passed the Neckar without experiencing either sickness or desertion. Many conscripts have join- Id. A success not less important is, the junction
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
KILLED.

KILLED.

. . Victory—The Right Hon. turd NELSON, K B. Vice. , Admiral of the White, Coinitykider - in 'Chief, &c. &C. ; . . . . . John Scott, Esq Secretary ; Charles W. Adair, Captain, I R o yal Marines ; Win. Ram, Lieutenant ; -Robert Smith and Alex. Palmer, Midshipmen'; Thos. 'Whipple,
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, March 13. 0 -- ME 11.4.11RURGH MAIL. VIENNA, FEB. 10.

THURSDAY, March 13. 0 -- ME 11.4.11RURGH MAIL. VIENNA, FEB. 10.

THURSDAY, March 13. 0 -- ME MAIL. VIENNA, FEB. 10. His IMPERIAL ALIJEsTY has appointed the ARCHDUKE Lou is Director General of the Frontiers of Hungary araTransylvania, and General ia Chief of all the regiinents . on_the_said frontiers.
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
HAMBURGII MAIL. NUREMBERG, FEB. 24.

HAMBURGII MAIL. NUREMBERG, FEB. 24.

The French Troops have now entered the Principality of Anspach, to take possession of it for the KING Of BAVARIA. To-day 1,830 men, most of them light infantry, and 150 of the 2d regiment of hussars, under the command of the General of Division DROUET, arrived at Furth; and to-m
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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No 25,566] WEDNESDAY, March 12. _ o — the House of Commons yesterday, the Mutiny and Desertion Bill, always.passed, unless in times of extraordinary emergency, for twelve months at least, was moved for two months only. To those who pretend to i penetrate into State Secrets, this
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
RERTFORD, TUESDAY, MARCH 11.

RERTFORD, TUESDAY, MARCH 11.

CRIMINAL SIDE. William Clarke and Robert .Rats, two very young men, of decent appearance, were indicted for burglanouslvioreaking and entering the dwelling-house of George -Sheriff, - at St. Albans, and stealing therein 20 yards of lace, WO yards of cotton, and a variety of othe
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England