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Lontion.

Lontion.

The Royal Family left town yeiterday morning for w indfor. Yetterday a Court of Direaors was held at the East India Haufe, when the following Officers were fworn ir;to the command of their relpeaive ships —Captain George Gooch, of the Sir Stephen Lufhingron ; Captain James Sandi
January 3, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Thomas Edwards, of Nev - RAO- Meet, baherdafher, to fur render Jan. 8, at ten, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. •Field, Friday-fire t. William Agur, Whiteehapel road, whitermith, to furrender Jan. t 3, at ten, ;n Guitduaft. AttorniFs, Meths. BOP n and Courteen, New Inn. _ joreph arch
January 6, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ADIAIRALTY-011-IC6, JAN. 1.

ADIAIRALTY-011-IC6, JAN. 1.

ADIAIRALTY-011 - IC6, JAN. 1. • 'Mt, day, in purfuanee of the King's pleafure, the following Flag.Offteers of . his Majelly's Fitet WC promoted, viz. Rich. Brathwaite, Efq. Philips Colby, Efq. Sim. Efq. J hn Brabant, Efq. Charles Wolfcley, 414. bArn. Oratifton Goodhall, bind his
January 6, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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January 6, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CITY SESSIONS, GUILDHALL-.

CITY SESSIONS, GUILDHALL-.

Yefte r day there was a General Seflions of the City of London, held before the Lord Mayor, Reorder, and feveral Aldermen, at Guildhall; when It was expeaed that an application, of which public notice had been given, would have been made the Maner Taylors to regulate the wages o
January 15, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
PROGRESS OP SCIENCE DURING THE LAST CENTURY.

PROGRESS OP SCIENCE DURING THE LAST CENTURY.

NOtwithftanding a gradual, yet very difcernable improvement may eafily be traced through the four preceding centuries, yet never was there fo rapid an advance towards perfeaion as in the eigh teenth, in the beginning of which the Arts and Sciences had not made a general progrefs
January 15, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
.IgARRIED.

.IgARRIED.

The la inft. at Bath, W. Butler, Efq. of Ireland, to Mifs Chappdl, niece of -J J. Chappell, Efq. of Minehead. The 6th. intl. at -Sr. Mary-le- Bone Church Mr. Jones, of Fuller-lane, Cheapfide, to :Mils Mary Ann Cooke, eldeil daughter of Mr. Cooke, Statuary, portland-road.
January 10, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND, Bth fnn. !so,. NEW LIST OF UNCLAIMED DIVIDENDS, • to sth July. 1797. This Day is publifbed.

BANK OF ENGLAND, Bth fnn. !so,. NEW LIST OF UNCLAIMED DIVIDENDS, • to sth July. 1797. This Day is publifbed.

Price los 6d. E Names and Defcriptions of the PROPRIETORSI,.TrCLAIMED DIVIDENDS BANK STOCK, n/the PUB IC FUN ', transferable at the BANK of AND, beci eon an before before the sth Jay 7 . e in , ed n • the tft October, !Soo ; f ct ' • of per Cent Annuities, 97, wh av(not c aim th
January 10, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
OLD BluEr.

OLD BluEr.

SECOND DAY,--TIII.TRSDAY, JAN. 14. HIGHWAY' ROBBERY. Robrrt Nutts and 'games Riley were indiEted for affautting Andrew Dennis O'Kely, Efq. on the King's highway, and 'robbing him of half-a-guinea, three feven-chilling-pieces, ad filver. Colonel O'Kelly depofed. that on the of De
January 17, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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-I,_,__- (7 -tr o iNie4f4jt e ig r tta - • • ; i fi: it e!,chitiitedqnet a II ne - -- - to r thak reeating.' Nil's' an Offence, frOrn were we w take'tlie fenfe of the/ Vrofd.? tegratee had always been dercribed is•a htzeklfer; a dealer in final! wares.' A very enlightened writer,
February 3, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England