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EL'RY, JAN. 11.

EL'RY, JAN. 11.

MR. FREEsTowes hounds on Wednesday last trailed up a hare at Metfield, which ran through several parishes in Suffolk, then crossed the river, and after a chace of four hours and a half was killed at Mendham, in Norfolk. On Wednesday evening last, a 3 Mr. Rist, miller, of Great W
January 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON, JAN. 10.

SOUTHAMPTON, JAN. 10.

LAST night about twelve o'clock; the drums beat to arms thrbughout this town, and the bugle horns sounded an alarm; when the several Corps of Cavalry, Loyal Forest Rangers, with the numerous Southampton Corps of Volunteer Infantry, assembled under arms with surprizing promptitud
January 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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January 26, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY, JA. 24.

COURT OF CHANCERY, JA. 24.

L. t .DY 'AUGUSTA MURRAY ROYAL , HIGH- THU DUK F. OF sirNEX, AND OTHERi. •W as tiled by Lady Augusta Murray, praying, amongst other things, that the Defendant, Mr. Coutts, *might be restrained by an injunaion of the Court, from'p - aying, to His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex
January 26, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
PAL ACE COURT, J. zo.

PAL ACE COURT, J. zo.

21.110 RE MR. SLID/LH? MARSHALL. SEDITIOUS EXPRESSIONS AND ASSAULT. STUART V. WOOD. Mal AGAR, in opening this case, observed, that the Plaintiff and Defendant were both tradesmen of repute, residing at Putney, in the County of Surrey; that on the of aqober last they partook of a
January 26, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
CHILICOTHE, NOVEMBER It.

CHILICOTHE, NOVEMBER It.

[From the Sckto Gazette.] The following Letter from the Department of War at the City of Washiogton, to His Excellency the Governor of this State, was received by the list night's Mail : " SIR, War Departtitent, O. 31. "There being reason to sus . peti that the Officers of the S
January 9, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
TO COREESPONONTS.

TO COREESPONONTS.

The Letter of A u cu. r us, ailrescd is Illajcqy, wejb,ill feadily give to. It trtat of High illarter, but in the 4/1 of and reverence due to the High an.s' Pertmage to whom it if addreiad. THE TRUE BRITON.
January 2, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
LONDON, JANUARY z. THE various and contradidory rumours which prevail with respea to the state of the Enemy's preparations, render

LONDON, JANUARY z. THE various and contradidory rumours which prevail with respea to the state of the Enemy's preparations, render

it extremely difficult to decide u pon their truth or probability - . It is even stated 'upon the authority of Letters from Rotterdam and Amsterdam, that the entire force both French and Dutch in the Provinces of Holland and Zealand, Including the whole Coast from the West Schel
January 2, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
LOVDON, JANUARY 7.

LOVDON, JANUARY 7.

Tits result of the firing heard at Deal on Wednesday morning, proves to be highly satisfadory. By Letters from thence received yesterday we learn, that it proceeded from an attack made by the Archer Gun-Brig, commanded by Lieutenant assisted by the Boats of the immorrafite, upon
January 7, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England