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DnED.

Yesterday, at his house, in Cleveland-row, Robert Drurtl' mood, Esq. Banker, at Charing Cross. On Wednesday morning last, the 18th januarv, at Newport/ in the Isle of Wight, in the 73,1 year ot his sic , thc Honoutable Leonard Lord Holms.s, Baron Holmes, of mal lock, in the Coun
January 20, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
KING's THEATRE, TO -MORROW EVENING, Jan. 21, will be presented, the new Grand Serious Opera, called LA VERGINE DEL SOLE,

KING's THEATRE, TO -MORROW EVENING, Jan. 21, will be presented, the new Grand Serious Opera, called LA VERGINE DEL SOLE,

The Music by ANDREOZZI, In which Signora G RASS IN I will make her Appear. ace in this Country. Tile othef Characters by Signor ROVE DIN 0, Signor BRAGIIETTI, Signora ROV DINO, Signor And Signor VICIANONI. End of the First ACI, A NEW DIVERTISEMENT Composed by Mr. D'E , called LE
January 20, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
• .4 AJP REPQRr. f.:O(IRT OF KlN(;'s BEZ•ICIt, JAN. `zs.

• .4 AJP REPQRr. f.:O(IRT OF KlN(;'s BEZ•ICIt, JAN. `zs.

• .4 REPQRr. f.:O(IRT OF KlN(;'s BEZ•ICIt, JAN. `zs. PRACTICE. Li; the..•coase Of calling ovet the Peremptory raper, it apared that the Partles were_ not ready, OWirg to nhe of .the Attor'nies not aware of the itileS of (be Court upon the subjeft of filing fidavits•in a . given t
January 26, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
.Excise Corps. Rev. Roger Wilson, A. M. to be Chaplain. Leese; Cent. to be Sutgeon. ,• R York Marybone Volunteers.

.Excise Corps. Rev. Roger Wilson, A. M. to be Chaplain. Leese; Cent. to be Sutgeon. ,• R York Marybone Volunteers.

Eusieti lenkin tones, to be Lieutenant, vice Bryan, appointed . . . . to the Coldstream Guards. - " To be Eosigns— lohn Morris, Gent. vice Penny, resigned. Viscount Percival, vice Jones. . .1111 , / Polnnteers. Lieutenant George- White-to- be -Captain, vice Thompson; promoted. E
January 9, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
tat MOREA, Nov. 14..

tat MOREA, Nov. 14..

tat MOREA, Nov. TgE Fleet of ChPITAN VACUA, lia arrived ,:fr this Peninsula, con - sists of 17 Ships ic War. It is re;—irted it will he joined seven- Eng. Usti Ships of War. •
January 9, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
FROM TIIE AMERICAN PAPERS.

FROM TIIE AMERICAN PAPERS.

PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 21. . . JER.OME BONAPARTE arrived here yesterda'y from BAtiniore. Ext of a Letter from . a Gentleman at Washing- ton: "Itis no longer dJulged that-our Governtne — nt Will meet with opposition from the Spaniard, collen an attempt is made to take possession Loui
January 9, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
• December 1303. The Corporation of the ROYAL EXCHANGE AS. SUR ANCE ' do hereby give notice, That they have

• December 1303. The Corporation of the ROYAL EXCHANGE AS. SUR ANCE ' do hereby give notice, That they have

reduced the ~Rate of Assurance on. FARMING. STOCK, from 3s. to ?.S. 6d. per Cent. . DEMONS, whose ANNUAL PREMIUMS fill •due on the 2,5 th inst. are hereby informed, that Receipts are now ready to be delivered at the Codipany's Offices, over ths.Roval Exchange and in Pall-Mall, a
January 2, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
FRENCH t DUTCH PAPERS.

FRENCH t DUTCH PAPERS.

PARIS, DEC. só.—Since the conference Such as those at which Count MARKOVF, the Russian Minister, was presezt, a report has been again circulated, that the FIRST CONSUL will immediately' join the Army of England, and that the grand Expedition will speedily take place. Nothing is
January 7, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
DIED. At Plymouth, Lieutenant P. Vaillont, of the Royal Navy, only son of }tear-Admiral Isaac Vail I ant. Last neck.,

DIED. At Plymouth, Lieutenant P. Vaillont, of the Royal Navy, only son of }tear-Admiral Isaac Vail I ant. Last neck.,

at Clifton, Miss Harriet Palmer Acland, youngest daughter of John Acland, Esq. of Fairfield, Somersetshire. The same day, in Devonshire-buildings, Bath, Mr. W. Phillips. On Wednesday, in Westgate-buildings, Bath, Sir William Mansell, Bart. of! schoed, Carmarthenshire.
January 7, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
HICKS's HALL, JAN. 14'

HICKS's HALL, JAN. 14'

Thernar Seager Swan was tried on a charge of being an incorrigible rogue and vagabond. Mr. Rashleigh, an Attorney of respeCtability in Hatton-garden, said that the Prisoner had been con. vieted of being a vagrant at Maidstone in January tBOO, before his brother, who was a Magist
January 17, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England