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FREEMASON'S CHARITY FOR FEMALE CHILDREN, ST. GEORGE's FIELDS. A QUARTERLY GENERAL COURT of the GOVERNORS of this INSTITUTION will be

FREEMASON'S CHARITY FOR FEMALE CHILDREN, ST. GEORGE's FIELDS. A QUARTERLY GENERAL COURT of the GOVERNORS of this INSTITUTION will be

beld hel - e on THURSDAY, the izth of April, at Twelve precisely. C. CUPPAGE, Secretary. N. B. The Anniversary ,vill take place at Frei'- .son's Hall, on Monday next. The Right Hon. the Earl of KINGSTON in the Chair. Dinner on Table at Five o'Clock.
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
BAR RACKS.

BAR RACKS.

Admiral BEPKELEY expressed a wish to have some further P.lpers respeding the Expenditure : of the cßarrack' Department, „which he would - now move for, and if there wai.any objeAion to their produtiion, he would withdraw his Motion, and give notice for a future day. He then Move
April 11, 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
 
F;tot the LOIstDON GAZETTE. Atril to.

F;tot the LOIstDON GAZETTE. Atril to.

the LOIstDON GAZETTE. Atril . . Whitehall, April 9, 1804.. 4 . The London Gazette of yesterday contained 'a 1 . r dated Dec. 3, 1803, from the Governo r i n , . i Council at Bombay to the Scciet Commitiee of the 4 _Court of Direttors of the United Company of •Mer.. j chants of En
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
escare to o.iend, as em? Vessels could only get within random shot of from thtir alawiq too nuch water. A

escare to o.iend, as em? Vessels could only get within random shot of from thtir alawiq too nuch water. A

few Gun.brigs or Vese; of shallow draft of water, would,, have' take; - the whole. We are happy to learn that th( Admiralty, since Mr. PITT'S Motion for an Jo. quiry into their Conduit, have given orders to take up all the small vessels that can be procured along the Coast. Yest
April 11, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
NUMBER 3518 .1, . .KING's THEATRE. •, PRESEN EVENING,. 'April - lc - , will be 11 - crib -

NUMBER 3518 .1, . .KING's THEATRE. •, PRESEN EVENING,. 'April - lc - , will be 11 - crib -

lined, an entire new Grand Serious Opera, with CI ' iorusses intitled . 11. TRIONFO A:yIOR }RATERNO, writtzti by,DA Port rE ' the. Music composed here (entirely • new) tor this Theatre; by Mr. W he Principal Cliaratlers M. 13ILLINGTO - II„ •And Ml'. .BRAHAM, ' His 4th Appearance
April 10, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
No, 111.

No, 111.

COPT OF . . A LETTER FROM MR. DRAKE TO MR. OBRESKOW, WITH THE POST-MARK OF MUNICH. December 3, ;803. I duly received your's of the 16th ult. but late, as it ought to have come to hand the 24th of the same moth. There are several passages in it that are seareely legible; among ot
April 10, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
_ s Cornet in the Duke now at Ramsgate, aid ori fe arrived at the G e orgr by. the

_ s Cornet in the Duke now at Ramsgate, aid ori fe arrived at the G e orgr by. the

Canterbury ooacNi 3 the Prisoner's c oac h wit toiler residence in Baker l st, but foogot to tell he aggage, and the Prisone n she recolleded that it put her into such a via' duce a strong fit,• and te toll her friends chi proceeded to Bow-stred i the circumstance, ns, the Offic
April 10, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
110 USE OF COMMONS. MONDAY, APRIL 9.

110 USE OF COMMONS. MONDAY, APRIL 9.

MR. JOHN LATOUCHE brought up a Petition from the Prisoners confined for Debt in the Prison for the County and the City of Dublin, stating the hardships under which they labour, and tirtiyirig relief. --Ordered to be laid on the Table. He brought another of a simihir kind from th
April 10, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England