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March 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
condition of this Country nsgii he changed miaterially 'frotn , what it is at present, si::ce we might naturally look

condition of this Country nsgii he changed miaterially 'frotn , what it is at present, si::ce we might naturally look

for a continuance of this con. test forot considerable time at least, and it was impossible to say 'what discontents might not arise, and how esential it .might be that the Commanding Oificsr should have 'prompt means of removing those in/wham he could.have no confidence in the
March 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
PERFORMED BUT ONCE. THEATRE-ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. rilS PRESENT EVENING, Feb. 8, 1804,, Will be presented a new Comedy, in rive Ads,

PERFORMED BUT ONCE. THEATRE-ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. rilS PRESENT EVENING, Feb. 8, 1804,, Will be presented a new Comedy, in rive Ads,

called THE SOLDIER' DAUGHTER. WITH • CINDERELLA. (the new Comedy of The Soldier's Daughter , performth..t the first time yesterday E.vaning, having been received (s ughout with the most unbounded applause, will be retd every Evening till further notice. `• ,inderella %vitt be re
February 8, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
EDINBURGH, JAN. 17.

EDINBURGH, JAN. 17.

THE QuEEN!s BIRTILDAY. . y EtT,rlC D-AY ~ the whole . military force a Edinburgh ;! ppeared iii grand,parade in the streets .of the Town, in honour of the - Anniversary appointed cielebrating HER. MAJESTY'S Birtt. The 3d dra-,y goon Gualis, with two brigades of Royal Artillery,.
January 24, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
FOLU TEERS.

FOLU TEERS.

BY the Return made to the House of Commons, The following are Ole I\tunher of Volunteers return. ed to the Office of the Secretary of State : Field Officers, - - - T, 2 4 2, captains, - - - 4 , 47 L Subalterns, - _ - 9,779 Staff Officers, _ - Serjcants, _ _ - 14,787 Truinp c t c
February 4, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
li y pinion entertained. That your ,rd , d , ip should know and properly appreciate (heir (“ntiments and condua,

li y pinion entertained. That your ,rd , d , ip should know and properly appreciate (heir (“ntiments and condua,

is my only aim, and would he, I am sure, highly gratifying to them. " I beg pardon for trespassing so long on your Lordship; but when there is a question of the eon- ard opinions of so large a portion of his rvisjesty', -st43j , 4i time that every man is want_ 4ng rodefend rhe E
February 7, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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February 7, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
CORN EXCH,INGE, FEB. 6

CORN EXCH,INGE, FEB. 6

TH ER E is to-day Wheat in toletable \ good-supi* , samples of first quality are readily taken OF per quartet advance, and fine Dantzic 595, is Yery .plentiful, and hardly fetches last still heavy; Pease, at little-gariation, god old Beans . rather dearer ; Oats not in plenty, b
February 7, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SHIP NLIV.N.

SHIP NLIV.N.

CRAVESF.ND, FEB. 3. . Passed by—the Cybelle, Stlithson, from Memel; and Expedition, I.;roin Diintzic. . Sailed—,the Stork, -Brown, for Nev Providence ; "-- 7 ---- ' Vergeinc Tankeit, .—,and' the Vrow Martha , Hendricks, for Tonningen. . ' • s ___..... MARRIED At Falkirk, the •a4
February 7, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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February 10, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England