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SELECT ASSEMBLY AND DANCING

SELECT ASSEMBLY AND DANCING

ACADEMIES. R. ALLEN respeetfully informs his Subscribers and Friends, that his ASSEMBLY ROOMS, at to, Great Ayliff.street, Goodman's, Fields, have beet% Icl nsirierably enlarged and improved, and are again open to Sl lbscribers every MONDAY. Band are a Harp, played by Mr. Salkel
October 12, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 12, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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December 19, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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December 19, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

have received the Letter of BRIT AN:itcws, Sheer'ness rhould most ciealfugy, of course, give place, to any thing calculated to do justice to the HERO 'THE NILE, but think that the anorcymoms attack of an infamous Assassin, is best answered either 4 y condign pu*sbr f tent, or th
November 7, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
GRANBY• INN, HARROGATE,

GRANBY• INN, HARROGATE,

tjORE - EVLS' respectfully informs the. Nobility, . G e ntry, and his Friends In general, that he has encred to the above Inn, lately occupied by Mi. Dinsley, "h ero being wishful to milder every thin g comfortable and atnt for their accommodation, he hopes to merit t h e i r 31
March 4, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4,

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4,

At GLASGOW; and within the TRADES' HALL, the .Twenty-sixth Day of February, One 'Thoitsand Eight Hundred and One Years. CONYENED,, . Archibald Newbiggirig, Esquire, CooVenot, With the most part of the Deacons and remanent Members of the Trades' House,. the whole having, been war
March 4, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Mr. FONBLANQUE followed on the same side.

Mr. FONBLANQUE followed on the same side.

The SOLICITOR GENERAL addressed the Court on 'behalf of Mr. Sheridan, and moved, that the `order of the I ith June should he discharged.. He proceeded to .state, that, Mr. Sheridan had never objefted to Messrs. Ford and Hammersley receiving 451• out of the.monies taken at the Pi
November 11, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Dr.liatton's Translation Of Monroela's New Edition of ,• Ozanain'S Recreations. This Day was published, price -45. :Part the First, in

Dr.liatton's Translation Of Monroela's New Edition of ,• Ozanain'S Recreations. This Day was published, price -45. :Part the First, in

Bvo. with six large ato. folding Plates (to be continued Monthly till the - Woricis completed,. in Sixteen Parts making four' . large Volumes, illustrated by near one hundred Plates), D - ECREATIONS in MA'fIiEMATICS and NATURAL PHILOSOPHY ; contain* amusing Dissertations and'Enq
January 4, 1802 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Messengers.

Messengers.

The Prince of Wales Packet-boat, and two Passage-vessels, which arrived last night in the Downs from Calais, have not yet been able to reach this Harbour.• By the Prince of Wales there came two English Messengers and the French Mail. A vessel from Boulogne arrived to-day, with M
January 4, 1802 - Sun (London) - London, London, England