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PARIS, MARCH 28.

PARIS, MARCH 28.

C TRCULAR LETTER, ADDRESSED BY TALLEYE AND, MINI)TER FOR FORFIGN AFFA/Rti, TO THE MEht- DRS OF THE DIPLOMATIC BUDY, DATED PARIS, 24TH MARCH. M, AMBASSADOR, The First Consul had ordered me to address to your Excellency a Copy of the Report which has been' drawn up by the Grand fu
April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
DIED. On the At)) of December last, at Honduras, Mr. Peter Young, Merchant, brother of Mr. fohn Young, Merchant there.

DIED. On the At)) of December last, at Honduras, Mr. Peter Young, Merchant, brother of Mr. fohn Young, Merchant there.

On Wednesday, at her house in Dean-street, South Audley-street, Mrs. Hales.
April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. CHRISTIE, At the Great Room (late the Royal Academy, No. a), in Pall-Mall, THIS DAY,

SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. CHRISTIE, At the Great Room (late the Royal Academy, No. a), in Pall-Mall, THIS DAY,

at Twelve o'Clock, — rHE FOURTH PART of the Extemive LIBRARY of the late JOHN SUMNER, Esq. Deceased, brought from his Residence at Brompton, in which ate the Gentleman's Magazine, Monthly and Critical Reviews, and Annual Registers, nearly complete, with a numeious quantity of od
April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
at Twelfo ZISHEP

at Twelfo ZISHEP

April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
THIATRE-R OVAL, DRURY-LANE.

THIATRE-R OVAL, DRURY-LANE.

PRESENT EVENING, April I+, 1804, will be presented LOVERS' VOWS. WiHgm, mt. BAR RXMORi ;, Count - Mr. Rti , SSCLL - ; Anhalt, Mr. H. IOHNSTONT ; Frederick, Mr. ; Verdun, Mr. CHERRY ; Farmer, Mr. SPARKS. Agatha Friburg, Mrs. ANS ELL ; Ameuia‘Vildennaim, Mrs. H. IOHNSTON, Cotravr'
April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
CEYLON.

CEYLON.

Mr. JOHNSTONE moved for a detailed Account of the Receipts and Disbursements of the Island of Ceylon, from the time it came into our possessiun to the latest period to which, the same could be made up,—Ordered. IRISH, CURRENCY.. Mr, CO RRY said, lie had yesterday begged leave to
April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SHIP N.EIPS.

SHIP N.EIPS.

CRAYZSZND, A!tilL 10. - ' Passed by—the Anna Maria Isom Ilusum ; Goth mertand, Waller, from k Amstertain ; Betsey, Cutzins, jiam- Urn' . Bonse, Horwakce Lubec acket, WtAtham i, and the Three Brothers. ' f 'r or Tonningen. APRIL it. Passed jonge ian, Schoton, Vrow Margaretra, Bul
April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
MARRIED. On Friday la3t, at St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev. I. Hodgson, Charles Caffrey, Esq. of the Royal Artillery,

MARRIED. On Friday la3t, at St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev. I. Hodgson, Charles Caffrey, Esq. of the Royal Artillery,

to Miss A. M. Thurtow ' third daughter of the late Bishop of Durham, and nirce to Lord Thurlow. In October last, at Midis, fames Grant, Esq. 1%,,1aj0r- Commandant of the Governor's Body Guard, to Miss lulia Kcir.
April 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
riv)rill which had been presented on the subjeft of the Woollen Trade. Mr. 11. ADDINGTON said, that business had ben

riv)rill which had been presented on the subjeft of the Woollen Trade. Mr. 11. ADDINGTON said, that business had ben

already partly brought forward by a Right Hon. Relation of his, (the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHIQU ER). Admiral BERKELEY—" Then I am to underttand it as a public measure." The Resolutions were then proposed to be read -fi wend-time. _ ,Mr. FRANCIS said, he understood that the Manufa
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
To the PROPRIETORS of EAST INDIA STOCK. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, beg leave to oder you our grateful Ac, knowledgements for

To the PROPRIETORS of EAST INDIA STOCK. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, beg leave to oder you our grateful Ac, knowledgements for

the Honour you have conferred upon us, by re-eleding us into the Diredion. Trusting that the Proprietors will ever find us deserving of the Confidence they have reposed in as, We have the honour to be; with great resped, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your much obliged and faithful Serva
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England