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August 9, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
From SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, to SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1806.

From SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, to SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1806.

POLYPHEMUS William A nderfo,n, Quarter-Mafter's Mate, fevere cult aerofs the band ; and W. Fleming, Cqxfwain, ilightly cut acrofs the eyebrow. ARC t Dalltotthe Tait, Lieutenant,. wounded badly in the groin and bread by a pike ; John Boil, able - woundcd badly in the face by a la
August 9, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
CURRENT Pill

CURRENT Pill

Wheat 505 to 70s Fine 75$ to 783 od Superfine "Bos to 823 , rine Essex White 83s od R ye 355 to 425 od liarlev 335 to 392 od • Malt 66s IC) 74$ w,h4 e pease 403 to od Rape Seed 271 Carraviay 46$ t PRICE. 0 Floc Flour 703 to 72s od . WEDNESDAY,' Aug:76. - The frefh arritals of Wh
August 9, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
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August 16, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
FIRES

FIRES

• A fire was direovered in a newiv-bulit houre, withhi two doors of the late Key, in Chandos-ftreet, on turday morning. The .houfe . was clofely (hut ltp, snd thong forpiciens are entertained that the fire was occafioned by the aa of an incendiary.—The ilaircafe had fallen in wh
August 16, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
SUICID'4S.

SUICID'4S.

Tuefflay Mr. 3. Stickler, farmer, of Elmficad, .was found hanging from theback part of a waggon .in his own barn: every means was attempted_ to reftore animation, but in vain. - _ Thuifday Elvy, flax-dreffer, formerly of Bridge, in a paroxyfm of infanity, cut his throat in Cante
October 4, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON 31A1ikETS;

THE LONDON 31A1ikETS;

CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY,. Sept, 20 We had a tolerable good Cupp! 1' of W heat' from' Eireic and Kent this morning, and which expel ienced a &cline of from 3s. to ss.. per quarter below hitt Monday's currency. Barley has likewile fallen 6s. per quarter, and Which has al fo brought
October 4, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
THE WESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

THE WESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

the place GO pieces of artillery, and 50 stand of colours. "The Emperor has had occasion to corn- , plain of nothing except the excessive ardour of the soldiers. , The 17th Light Infantry, for example, which arrived before Ulm, during the capitulation, rushed into the place in s
November 9, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
ATTACK ON THE BOULOGNE FLOTILLA.

ATTACK ON THE BOULOGNE FLOTILLA.

About 5,0 rocket-boats were •sent into Boulogne cm 'Wed nesdAy se'imight, and succeeded in discharging ~between 4 and 50Q 32-p6und rocketS.'.. The flotilla was seen on .fire in several places, and Many houses in the town were unintentionally destroyed, but the extent of .the . d
October 18, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
OCT. 1.8.. LORD LAUDERDALE's RETURN.

OCT. 1.8.. LORD LAUDERDALE's RETURN.

Mr. Ross, - the Messenger, who left town for. Paris with instructions for Lord Lauderdale% recal, on Tuesday se'nnight, arrived off Boulogne at the time: when the experiment was making upon the Boulogne flotilla with the pyrotechnic arrows. This . circumstance. therefore, induce
October 18, 1806 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England