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might look forward to his long continuance in the Chair, and to his thus becoming thoroughly intimate and fully acquainted

might look forward to his long continuance in the Chair, and to his thus becoming thoroughly intimate and fully acquainted

with the Lusiness of that House. There was an inconvenience in chusing a Speaker, who might soon be removed from thcm, and this was the only ilconvenience he had to complain of, with respea tt , the Right Hon. Gentleman who last filled that situation, about whose ability and att
February 11, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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F.. B LE -. gi hi c .Fa.rrns4 Pasturc 'l..wict. rs.. F. 3 , zn3 •5. a: 1 f vat*,

and ng to E ' Lanlrael, Fishery in Ractnn.r, C cr- DE!, .har nag: e I hrimuziC tai:ry abubuki; r: printed Par,Saie; aii.o ristul avirl,Thanr4i. ; Mr. Clar:atie. the whole, or : .VILLA, , held Of the:sicience of cleceaserf ES, luhl etached ilv. CI Is, ; ichly .-Trcrs ii the :hery
August 26, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
PARIS', Mft.l.

PARIS', Mft.l.

. . . At the nsual audienee'of - the Ambastac_Tors yester.city, the Marquis de Luc c ta.E's EnNspY- . Extra - Ordinary, and Minister Plenipo-terifiaiy-frthn His .PRirstt AN MAJESTY, presented to the First Coh Sul: . ' • • . . • Baron de DoR viLLE,•Grand.Master of the Household ,
August 26, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
PER. UNITED KINGDOM.

PER. UNITED KINGDOM.

Bzwcm,—Captain-Lieut. George Raban ; Mr. John Hunter, and Mr. Henry Dawes, Writers; Messrs. George Philott, John Porter, Henry Hooper, and Henry Young, Assistant-Surgeons ;• Mr. Charles Grant, a Native ; and Mr. lames Meyrick, Cadet. Misses, Rose Powell, Amelia Thackeray, And Ma
March 5, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
EUROPEAN MUSEUM.

EUROPEAN MUSEUM.

I"HE PICTURES which were SOLD during the last Week being removed, and their Places supplied by others of the first consequence, the EXHIBITION and SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, will commence THIS DAY at Twelve o'Clock, and continue till Four o'Clock in the Afternoon. The extensive P
February 15, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE

THE TRUE

February 15, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
; AS:DRT . • ET, a L e 'ORTOlSEuntings ; a iced G by of a late ed. , when

; AS:DRT . • ET, a L e 'ORTOlSEuntings ; a iced G by of a late ed. , when

Cata- ELAN ock, kSEHOLu y situa?eNo. .de'Park,ren;, outer G e nt:elm:re> T vv p elega o casionally , s anu ILr id owe-nlg:ly , be li2ct house, • lc :k, , - ELLIN-o'. ,PutrAl. ()LIN or of Cro. 3 Esq. ive Ivloiet),1! >ES - , , awt p in t -Place— Ca.kr RES, - ig Day, • •7 :ki p-11,
March 9, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
This Day am published/

This Day am published/

In Three Volumes, price inboards, Os. , ELIQUES of ANTIENT ENGLISH POETRY; consisting of OLD HEROIC BAT.- LA, SONGS., and ,the PI EC ES of otz(earlier Poets, together with some few of a hater date. •
March 9, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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March 9, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COafiIIONS, , MONDAY, MARCH 8.

HOUSE OF COafiIIONS, , MONDAY, MARCH 8.

THE read a Letter Lord HUTtHirtSON, dated at Malta, the 18th DeeeMber, for, expressive of his satisfaaion .at being Eonoured toy receiving the Thanks of the iloose, Voted /Bth of May, /Sol, which he had communicated t 0.., the different parties concerned. - The Mutiny Bill was !
March 9, 1802 - True Briton - London, London, England