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RUSS I AN' ANNER,:').

RUSS I AN' ANNER,:').

Those Who may conceive that the matmers the Rtissian take a tindure,from his conStitution s . that he is as rutted as he is hardy, will he astonished at the following account, NVIliCh 'i3 given of them by a resident at Moscow : " The gentleness of the Russians is ,universal. ly
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
Dublin Caie, Dec. 23, 1800.

Dublin Caie, Dec. 23, 1800.

_ Letters Patent have been pas{sed under the Great Seal of this His Majesty's Kingdom of Ireland, for constituting and appointing the Right Honourable John Stewart to be His Majesty's Attorney General in Kingdom, in the room of the Right Honourable John Toler, appointed chief Ju
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS,

DIVIDENDS,

lan. 24. William Ricltout, of Mauchester. fustian-manntaatirer, at three, at thc S p read- Eagle I Nlanchei.tet. Jan. 31. Joseph Mellor and ueorge, of Staffordshire', silk-inanufacturers, at ten, at the G eorge Inn,•Leck.' Feb.. 3. Samuel Clearn, of the Strand, carver, at nin2,
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
-F IR. OSBOPN dDr CLARKE's LEL TURES on MIDWIFERY and the DISEASES of.WOMEN and CHILDREN. " • • • .

-F IR. OSBOPN dDr CLARKE's LEL TURES on MIDWIFERY and the DISEASES of.WOMEN and CHILDREN. " • • • .

The Leclures will in future he read enlyat Dr. Clarice's House, No. t, New Burlingtotktreet, Piccadilly. A Course will begin on MONDAY, February .2, at Hitlf-fiast Ten o'Clock, al the Ledures will be continued eyery-day at that hour, for the convenience of Students attending the
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS. • • .V , N. 4. Passed by—the Nelly, Reed, from Petersburgh ; Susannah, --, .from Hamburgh ;

SHIP NEWS. • • .V , N. 4. Passed by—the Nelly, Reed, from Petersburgh ; Susannah, --, .from Hamburgh ;

Carolina, and Sophia Dorothea, from Malaga ; Sophia; --,—, from Alicant ; Christiana Maria, from St. - Michael's ; Mercury, Tate from Charlestown ;. Fitcher, from the South ! Seas ; Rosina, Mq;.inlay,, - from Surinam ; ladustr. ----, from Lisbon,; Harvey's Desire, —, from Dcnicr
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
DEC. rB.—We learn from BoApra, that 4.000 French Troops had arrived at M2dexei and taken - an 'advantageoui positiou in

DEC. rB.—We learn from BoApra, that 4.000 French Troops had arrived at M2dexei and taken - an 'advantageoui positiou in

the vicinity , of that The Austrian Troops,_ lA lately made some • incUrsions into Romagna, .00nsisted,of very small . _detachments, I.Vhich have Since retirei to their respe&ive stations . . . • Accounts from Tu.scany state,.. that a corps of . , Soo Frenchmen hati!arrived-in t
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
'ili ttn ue Center and Left Wing of the French Y, Passed through Saltzburg the tBth of Dep t the

'ili ttn ue Center and Left Wing of the French Y, Passed through Saltzburg the tBth of Dep t the

to penetrate inta.Austlia and Styria. fevening the numbers increased so much , t ,„ . loteforty to fill i y were obliged to sleep n the u se- While our head-quarters advanced 4) itit " . ,1 6 111 to Neuntark, rm• the, confines gi the t u"hopric of Saltzburg, that of the Austri_
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
. iSno, ENGLJSII STATE-LOTTERY.

. iSno, ENGLJSII STATE-LOTTERY.

and 'SHARES are on Sale by AICHARDsoN, GOOPLUCK, and CIL at their Licensed State-Lattc'ty edicts, No. 104-,' the Corner of Bank-buildings, Cornhill, No. opposite the King's Charing-cr ' ass London ; ang at Norwich ; where the following Capital Prizes have been Sold and Sitaredin
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
'DECEMBIR 30. .• 1 , , . , A,CCOrdi n to ' Letters from _Florence, 12 3 000 Neapolitans were,

'DECEMBIR 30. .• 1 , , . , A,CCOrdi n to ' Letters from _Florence, 12 3 000 Neapolitans were,

marching .'t‘o the frontiers of Tuscany,; . but Generals Pi No, MONNI ER A and NVI'R IN, were setting out to meet them. - OFFICE OF THE PREFECT OF POLICE. The Prefe& the 'Polite- has amsed the most , circumstantial inquiry to he made respeaing,the 1;11plosio1 of the 2.1. th, in
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
ARMY OF TIIE R

ARMY OF TIIE R

" General ,Arioß u COIICIII Armistice, and a Saspenslon by,the .A.RCHDURE CHARLtS Austrian 'Army. The Fren by virtue of this Armistice, th tion extending from Bormio, i Pachlarn on the DaL:zebe, 17 le This line passes by Bormic . Brixen, Lienz, Sp;tal Hai Ersenhartz, Mack Ganosn
January 7, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England