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Towns burned Habitations ditto Died in the field. of battle for the, defence of the Republic 8 ooi 000 RECAPITULATION

Towns burned Habitations ditto Died in the field. of battle for the, defence of the Republic 8 ooi 000 RECAPITULATION

OF INDIVIDUALS DESTROYED IN CONSEQUENCE OF. Constituent Assembly 1540 Legislative' Assembly 8014 Natitional Convention r;0z6;606 In the Field of Battle ' s Soo,Ooo In the Colonies • .184.,000 • Total 2,022,190 LAWS ENACTED DURING THE iIEVOLVTION. Constituent Assembly - • 2557 Le
January 9, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
EnWARD EAGLETON and Co.'s

EnWARD EAGLETON and Co.'s

Oiti-Esta — blished Tea-Warehouses No. 4; 42 Chentide ; No. o, Bishopsgate-street Within, near Vomhill... I.TGARS, TEAS, Sec. Chiper than at any other Houses in Lou Jon ; with One Oume to every Pound of Tea, Over -Weight.
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
.DIPID.ENDS AT GUILDHALL. Tills DAY, JAN'. 10. Wm. Blastock, of Aldermanbury, hosier ' - 10 J. Parker, of St. Paul's

.DIPID.ENDS AT GUILDHALL. Tills DAY, JAN'. 10. Wm. Blastock, of Aldermanbury, hosier ' - 10 J. Parker, of St. Paul's

Church-yard, jeweller ii F. Collis, of Union -court, Borough, taylor . ii G. Stevens, Bucks, innkeeper . -. . • It) B. Hanson, of Charter-house-square, merchant : ro F. Asling, of same place, merchant - T. Bennett, of Wapping-street, brazier - II W.. G rose, of same placty, braz
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
- _ • PREGNANT LADIES , WHOSE Situation requires a terP,r t il! tirement, may be accommodat ed Apartment to

- _ • PREGNANT LADIES , WHOSE Situation requires a terP,r t il! tirement, may be accommodat ed Apartment to

Lie-in, agreeably to their C,l,^ortf their Infants put out to Nurse; and The consolation resulting from this Undert. of the most re spec - table Families in this securing their Reputation, and Charatier censure of the World, and preserving Pol s , among Relations and Friends, is
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
ShIP NEWS • CA•VaSP.4I:I), JAN. 7. Past by—the Apollo, Drown, from Madras; Waterman, —, from Cork; Ceres, Leager, from Dantzic

ShIP NEWS • CA•VaSP.4I:I), JAN. 7. Past by—the Apollo, Drown, from Madras; Waterman, —, from Cork; Ceres, Leager, from Dantzic

; Olive Branch, Dowal, from Tort.la ; London, Linder, from Hamburg,' : and Crown,—, from the Streights.
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SHEERNESS, lAN. 8,

SHEERNESS, lAN. 8,

. „ ARRIVED the Rattler Gun-boat, Lieutenant WicicAm, from Yarmouth.. L'Espiegle Sloop of War has come into Har. hour to refit. The Abbe de R,iNCE, whom we menti.,,,a in our:Paper of. Monclayflast as thd Founder of the Order of La Trappe, nude such a rApid,proficiencli• in .Gree
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, JAIItrARY xo,

SATURDAY, JAIItrARY xo,

RANELAGH. • Under the Patronage of His Royal Highness THE PRINCE or, WALES.. _ _ . (I N TUESDAY, J ANUARY zo, Igor, WILL BE GIVEN SUPERB MASQUERADE, • - IN HONOUR OF • THE •BIRTH-DAY OF. - HER MAJESTY. . The Tables in the Centre of . the Rotunda will be appropriated-for Tea; cof
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
NVALAISLEY's VIEWS IN IRELAND.

NVALAISLEY's VIEWS IN IRELAND.

THE ST. - JBSCR . IBERS to Mr. WALMSLEY's VIEWS- the LAKE of KILLARNEY, in lItP. L. arc most respectfully informed that the THIRD NUMBER and be ready for delivery forthwith: This Set consists of Plate 9th, tviuerass Abbey. -- loth, Hooly Castle. ith, Water'Bridge, - Co. Kerry. •
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
COALS 495. per Clr.lsirori,

COALS 495. per Clr.lsirori,

COALS 495. per THE Nobility, •Gentry, and Public are most respeafully' informed that they may be supplied with the best Newcastle-Coals, at the above reduced Price, 13 Sacks,. containing 39 Bushel;, 1;1:-.;isured,ttr4der the of Sworn Niter:, ant thl:vcred. to any part of the Town
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
LONDON -MARKETS, &c.

LONDON -MARKETS, &c.

CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDAY, JAN. 9. , Every thing this morning experienced a brisk( sale, and many articles have advanced in Price. • Of Wheat, although the Supply 'was 'abundant, yet the price has advanced full 3s. per quarter from Monday. Grey Pease have also advanced full 25. per
January 10, 1801 - True Briton - London, London, England