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THEATRE-RbYAL, COVENT-GARDEN.

THEATRE-RbYAL, COVENT-GARDEN.

THIS PRESENT EV,ENING, April 11, 1804, will be presented THE MAN OF THE WORLD. Lord Lurnbereourt, - Mr-. WAD: D ; Sir Pertinant Macsycophant, Mi. COOKE ; . Egerton, Mr. H. SID-DONS ; • Melville, Mr. CORY ; Sydney, Mr. Lady Rodolpha Lurnhercourt, Mrs. GLOVER: Conttantia Mts. H. S
April 12, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SHEERN Ess, AtRIL 10.—Arrivid . from i cruize, the Cruizer Brig, Capt. HAcocx, d Scorp;on Sloop of, War, L.IN. HARDINGE,

SHEERN Ess, AtRIL 10.—Arrivid . from i cruize, the Cruizer Brig, Capt. HAcocx, d Scorp;on Sloop of, War, L.IN. HARDINGE,

bringing jo her a Dutch Brig Soo l ) ot War, gallantly .cut out by the. ,80.. c LiJic.. Scorpion, and Beaver Cart: Pr I.,LY from Viie R .ads yesterday. The wounded Qtfiects und Seamen belonging to the Dutch VeNsei - -were on board of; the Sussex I - I , tsrit a' 4 Ship,. Vy jog
April 12, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
Laug B.'urg Fort, Cutrack, 017.)5., to;.

Laug B.'urg Fort, Cutrack, 017.)5., to;.

Laug B.'urg Fort, Cutrack, 017.)5 . , to;. tUROP EAII9. ' Detachment of Bengal Artillery—'t Lieutenant wouhded. Detachment of His Majesty's Regiment—t. Private killed • t Captain and 8 Privates wounded. tst 'Division Madras European . Regiment— . t Private killed; Serjeant and 4
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
BANKS OF THE THAMES, ;VEYBRIDG . E, SURREY. By Mr. CHRISTIE, .. •. In MAY NEXT, AN EXTENSIVF, I IVI

BANKS OF THE THAMES, ;VEYBRIDG . E, SURREY. By Mr. CHRISTIE, .. •. In MAY NEXT, AN EXTENSIVF, I IVI

ANSION, witb FICES, GARDENS, PLANTATIONS, PARK, and FARM, in the whole Three Hundred and Forty Acres, delightfully situated on the Banks of the Thames, at WEYBRIDG r SURREY, Property - A PERSON OF Descriptive Particulars and a Man of the Estate, are preparing, and may be shor tl
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
COPY OF AN AGREEMENT,

COPY OF AN AGREEMENT,

Major,.General n the part of the Honourable Company i4ild thrir Alijes, ondjeswutit Rau Goreparah, Naroo l'unt . Nana, on The of the Maharair. All j4111)0wlut Rao Scincliah, having each communicated to the other their full puwers, have made the following Agreem . '" l :„ • tst,
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
LONDON, APRIL rt.

LONDON, APRIL rt.

By letters from on board our cruizers, off the Coast of Flanders we learn, that the .French have now at Ostend four, Brig Corirettes, sixteen Armed Schooners, and about twenty Gun-boats with one mast, besides a number of Row-boats, about seventy feet long, which are built at Bru
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
MUSEUM.—PICTURES, PRINTS, By Mr. CHRISfiE, • • 41, t the Crest Room, in Pall-/Nlall, THIS DAY and TO-MORROW, at Twelve

MUSEUM.—PICTURES, PRINTS, By Mr. CHRISfiE, • • 41, t the Crest Room, in Pall-/Nlall, THIS DAY and TO-MORROW, at Twelve

o'Clock, T HE VALUABLE MUSEUM • of the late joursr stiMNER, Deceased, Removed from his late Residence at Brompton : Comprising an extensive assemblage of Ores, Minerals, Blood-vessel, and other Anatomical Preparations, a System of Physic in the Malabar Language, M. S. on Palip L
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, tBcii.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, tBcii.

EAST INDIA HOUSE, Fehruav 8, tBO4. THE CO URT DIRECTORS the UNIIID COMPANY of MERCHANTS of ENGLAND trading to the East Indies, do give Notice, That the Transfer Books of the :aid Company's Stock will he shut on Tuesdqy, the 6th March next, at Two o'Clock, opened again on Thurida
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
S,ILES BY AUCTION. – By Mr. CHRISTIE,

S,ILES BY AUCTION. – By Mr. CHRISTIE,

S,ILES BY AUCTION. - By Mr. CHRISTIE, At the Great Room (late. the Royal Academy, No, 18), in Pall-Mall, on Friday and Saturday next, T HE 'FOURTH PART the Extensive LIBRARY of the late JOHN SUMNER, Esq. Deceased, brought from his Residence at Brompton, in which' ate the Centlema
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England