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THE WESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

THE WESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

fered Anne lofs in his retreat, from the fire of tlae column . of infantry, and notWithilanding the rapidity of his ftight, a charge vas etfecled by the Bridal cavalry, in Nvhich - about 200 of the enemy were detiroyed. A quantity of bagr gage and cattle, coniitting chiefly of a
October 12, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
THE VVESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

THE VVESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

ward Island3.- 7 -She parted . company on the 19th tilt. with about SOO sail, homewardbound, under convoy of five ships of war, three of which . had returned.—One of the above was in chace of a French frigate.—This fleet may be expected daily. A matrimonial union is talked of in
September 14, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
SATUR

SATUR

t v e :h t o l e i s r t e o p o h r a t e !li t e chi i e n f c co omy yet ll n ted army. HAARLEM, SE PT . 4.—A Courier from at logne arrived on S a tu r day, a b ou t no on, Helder, and delive r ed a n o r d er to General mont to difemba r k a ll th e troo p s on board aadoith
September 14, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
THE WESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

THE WESTMINSTER JOURNAL, AND OLD BRITISH SPY.

one from Liverpool, the other from Boston in 'Lincolas.hire, The third series of dispatches consists of several letters and enclosures from Admiral Cochrane, at the Leeward Islands, announcing the capture iof' La constana l schooner privatea, (ruin Guadaloupe, by the Circe,' Cap
November 23, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
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~ ler. 1 . • • ' , , ' 0 IP' .. • • ' • . . .. . . . ' ' ' '''' --" ''''• 1"-' - ---' -IS C . --4 • a . 23* . NOV. 2 3'. - . THE NVESTMINSTEP, j".OLTR.Ni.kt, AND 01_,11 I.sed i ISii oi , ssiii4y. STATE PAPER. • The h'epria Court Gazette, of Nov. 2, states! THBATRE; DittlßY-).- A
November 23, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
Friday the peace of Eghain as disturbed

Friday the peace of Eghain as disturbed

. _ . by one the most obstinate - and long . fonght battles ever fecorde•d Of The . combatants were a, man nartied S - egary, and a private belonging to the Oxford Blues.: . 1 hey set to at a quarter' past 10 o'clock in the morning, and fought With the greatest obstinacy till fi
October 26, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED.

BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED.

T. Hinton, , Fleet-market, cabinet-maker, from O. 2, to Ott. 29, 4 - 10, at Guildhall: .. BANKRUPTS to furrender at GUILDHALL. D. Evans, Southampton-court, Southampton-rowy linen-draper, Ott. 22, 29, Nov. 26, at 10. Attorney, Mr. Sheppard. Bartlett's-buildings. " Ri(.;h. Davis,
October 19, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
Lonbon.

Lonbon.

On Fridny, at noon, we received Paris Papers to the -1 , :11 inst. , The emoSt important intelligence in these Papers is the junction of the Bavarian troops with the divisions of the French army under Generals Bernadotte and Marmont. This unexpected operation, so contrary to all
October 19, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
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'titiE -tll. - -, .AN - ij . OLD ..rglits mcd2o.tely on the occupation of ILl.varia by the A u - tiii:xn• troops. LUBItC, 4.—Accounts received from _Captains of fhips ,ftate, that a .part of the Ruffian fleet of men of :tvar and tranfports was to fail from Cronfladt for Revel on
October 19, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS.

ACCIDENTS.

! , CMsten As Lieut. Cock, of the Signal-houfe, on the Blackhead, .Cornwall, and Mr. T. Pearce, of St. Kevern, were fhooting together, on Monday laft, in that neighbourhood, the fowling-piece of the latter accidentally went off, and wounded the Lieutenant dangeroully in the hand
October 19, 1805 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England