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AXETER, OcT. 27.

AXETER, OcT. 27.

MONDAY last the Exeter Regiment of Volunteer Infantry, commanded by Lieut. Colonel Wit were reviewed in their, field of exercise; in St. Thomas, by Lieut. General Simcoz and Major. General Gunsviii.loa. They went through their different niancouvres and firings with great comet.
October 31, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SEAMEN.

SEAMEN.

Mr.. 7 E Rl'.ls rose to mike the Mot.jon of which lie had given notice, for the better preventing the and Escape. of Petty Officers, Siiimi!n, and' whers..in His-IVlajeatv".s,.servicc3.. uoder,soloUr of Civil ter Criminal Process. :He would nor, he detain the House by :stating t
November 26, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
'CHANGE.

'CHANGE.

v. 2S. Madrid Ditto Bilhoi Leghorn - Naples - Certoa - -•- Venice. - Lisbon Dublin in pare! ' 35i ette.dive 4b • SO • 17 To TIIONIAS TAYLOR, 23,5. q. Deat'Sir, • •• No. 9, New. 1 1 #ti4erStreet,-I.oaidon, FEEL it tt Duty incumbent up on , me , inform A gaud and extraor:lioary Cu
November 26, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
WWI INVENTED WATER-PROOF. BOOTS and

WWI INVENTED WATER-PROOF. BOOTS and

SHOES. EDWARD MOGGRIDGE, :No. 44 , ' Ludgatehilt, London, begs leave to inform his.) riends and the Public in general, that after ma n y years attention and expcritnce, he iiaS to offer them Rcm Ts and SHO ES, WATE R. P F r with perteek confidence of their being far superior to
December 24, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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December 24, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 14, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 14, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
was never performed, to a very large amount. The Defendants•pleaded not guilty. Easx.nre'Opened the case in the absence of the

was never performed, to a very large amount. The Defendants•pleaded not guilty. Easx.nre'Opened the case in the absence of the

At tOroeybeneral, and'made a very able speech, in which he touched on,the immr.nse 'win-t:Mee of the subjed, particularly at the present moment, when there was so much call for the exetlion of this Country in' efery department. This case,' he said, would develope a scene, the wh
December 8, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
i', rim TIMATRt.

i', rim TIMATRt.

i' , rim TIMATRt. CceJtni Garden. THU CORietty Of the HUl6and was fol. lowed last night by a new Pantomime, entitled liar. leguin's Races. • - PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. Harlequin, • - - Mr. BoLoctin, jun. Catth, (Columbine's Father) Mr. 1,. BOLOO NA. ;his Servant) Mr. DU S. Bumpkin,f
December 27, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
doyen:lncor of Great Britain bns no such consent. Her Xing, her Nobles. her Cur her •SoldterS, het Salo's; her Satan"

doyen:lncor of Great Britain bns no such consent. Her Xing, her Nobles. her Cur her •SoldterS, het Salo's; her Satan"

h Spitearren,'het Lawyers, her Artists, her chants, her Citizens, her Peasants, all maintain at declare with one voice, and with arms in hands, 'Great Blitain has given noconsent to dis has not lifted up her arms against herself: is willing aud. desirous to live. Sheints humble
November 5, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England