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Compositions fo per Batik, An. iils and Receip 1 793 Cain Duty A ttoroies Articl - amps, An. i 7! Ship Policies - Hair PowderCe] Receipts - Horse Dealerst Ann° 1796 Legacies Hats - - Deeds, Anno 17! Stao. Coaches Armorial Beans 1 79 8 - Small - Notes, Al Composition lin . per I
February 23, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
CHILD. STEALING.

CHILD. STEALING.

Ar the Guildhall Sessions yesterday, Mary alias was tried upon an indiament, charging her with stealing an Infant Child, twenty-two days old, from its mother, in the. Workhouse ol Sr. Andrew. Mary Johnston, the mother of the child, stated, that she was brought to-bed in the work
February 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

Lately, at Bath, W. Gibbons, Esq. oi Bristol, to Miss Ever : y.. On Saturday last, at St. Austin's, by the Rev. Dr. Fly, Mr. Thomas Wilson Hetherington, to Miss Pearkes, daughter of Mr. john Pcarkes, ,of St. Paul's Church-yard. ' On Tuesday the 7th inst. Daniel Vawdry, Esq. of M
February 14, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
OLD, B i4IL .

OLD, B i4IL .

OLD, B . 1 - HIRD DAY.-FAIDAY, F. 17. S;witb, who was acquitted last Sessions on a char g . of forgery, in censequence of the absence of a material witness, was this day tried upon the capital charge of illegally returning from Transpor. ration : it appeared that in he Sessions o
February 18, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
LAW' REPORT,

LAW' REPORT,

COURT OF KINC's P. SITTINGS .'tT GUILDHALL. WHITNELL, EXECUTOR or HUSSEY)V. SKENAN. Tuts cause originated in a contest between a couple ,of the fraternity called Crimps, for it gui_ fleas crimpage money, which the Defendant had re.. ceived, but which it was contended the Plainti
February 18, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
'WILLIAMS SIMPSON.

'WILLIAMS SIMPSON.

These were two a6tions between the same parties, arising out of the following transaction. The Plaintiff, a young man, wishing to open a Manchester warehouse in town, took a warehouse of the Defendant, to commence from Christmas, 1802 ; but befoie the month of May, he got under
February 18, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
WILL ee o' Clock, 'ATE, cnn. Pasture Land, of cheerful London, with lower Garden, tchen Garden, ;tabling,. tha- vs which

WILL ee o' Clock, 'ATE, cnn. Pasture Land, of cheerful London, with lower Garden, tchen Garden, ;tabling,. tha- vs which

sur- chaser may be !ding the Sale, Mt. Smith, r4v,w's. rEK LANE, r. e o'Cock, REHOUSE, containing four , in the center with a Count - 7 lower Wareyears, Ground and Eatticu;rnith, No. 6z, Lb hill, e o'Clock, HOLD and ig a substantial property of ;nctrants; :omplete manling a busi
March 1, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE t3RITON.

THE TRUE t3RITON.

LONDON, MARCH 3. WE are extremely happy to perceive that the Mil. letins speak from day to day the most consoling . andfavOurable language . with resped to the state of His MAjEsrk's Health. The following was issued • yesterday: " His MA JEsTy.is going on favourably. - (Signed)
March 3, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ACADEMY, SOMERSET PLACE. ENRY FUSE L I, Esq. PROFESSOR in Li PAINTING, wittgive his FOURTH LECTURE en MONDAY NEXT,

ROYAL ACADEMY, SOMERSET PLACE. ENRY FUSE L I, Esq. PROFESSOR in Li PAINTING, wittgive his FOURTH LECTURE en MONDAY NEXT,

March 5, at Eighto'Clock. ; JOHN RICHAtiDS, R. A. Sec.
March 3, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
the hooenr or b:irg Counsel for the noble Rad, who was Piaintifr in this Cause; and in the opening of

the hooenr or b:irg Counsel for the noble Rad, who was Piaintifr in this Cause; and in the opening of

it he begged it to be distinaly understood, there was no hostility between his Noble Client and his Grace the Archbishop of Yotk, who was the Defendanr upon this Record ; it was a mere question brought forward to try the civil rights of the Parties upon a dry question of Law, an
February 25, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England