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From SATURDAY, January 3, to UESDAY, January 6, tBor Tho. Mackenzie, Efq. Tho. Pringle, Efq. Sir Roger Curtis, Bart. Sir

From SATURDAY, January 3, to UESDAY, January 6, tBor Tho. Mackenzie, Efq. Tho. Pringle, Efq. Sir Roger Curtis, Bart. Sir

Henry Harvey, K. B. Rob. Mm, Efq. Sir Wm. Parker, Bart. Charles Holmes Cdrivady, Efq. John Bourmatter, Efq. Sir Ge .rge Young, Kor. John Efq. and Ricn. Rodney MO, Efq. Vice Admirals of the White, to be Vice-Admirals of the Red. .Roh. Biegs, Efq. Francis Parry, ,Efq. Mar. Pref. c
January 6, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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January 6, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
EGERTON V, SCOTT.

EGERTON V, SCOTT.

The defendant had colaradecr for bales of Madder, from Smyrna, for which he had agreed 'to pay ;1. los. per bale; upon the' arrival cif the Mad - . der, the defendant's broke?, who WAS appointed to examine it, reported, that it was a founct merchantable commodity : it appeared,
January 1, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
JAMES FISHER. * gA

JAMES FISHER. * gA

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January 1, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
AUSTRI2.

AUSTRI2.

_This conrummate General, with 50,0c0 of the new levies, has already taken the field : and from the checks which the French army under Generil Au- GEREAU ditiiy receives in Franconia. there are yet fanguine hopes remaining tl-.at the vietorLus pro• grels of MOREAU may be effedaa
January 3, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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- "VI TirE PROCuMII776I4. Declaring His Majefiy's Pleafure, for holding the Firll Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Ind appointing the Time and Place of meeting thereof. GEORGE R. Whereas, in purfuance of the fourth article of the ArticLs of Union bet
January 3, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ro A YOUNG L A DORN'D with every grace, my Julia (lands; As if all Nature buw'd at her corn\nands.

ro A YOUNG L A DORN'D with every grace, my Julia (lands; As if all Nature buw'd at her corn\nands.

Believe me, lovely Girl, when I affirm, The ties of friendfhip, now they are fo firm, Are indifolvabl,', if virtue kind, Still binds their influence, and fuflains the mind. - Thus.may _the charms of inctrife breathing morn, Improve yOur morals, and your heart adorn: May knoccnce
February 17, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
OF 'IIIF,

OF 'IIIF,

. -- . , A mutical marument--maker, of the name ot Koehler, who kei: fhop in Clevelan4 . p ow, dropped do .v n de . Saturday. He 'ic ehibited , no fymptoms of . .v ; ioul i n dfptzlit ... ilig, and ‘val one of the a cr4lo%.mNi; It t*AV 4tl fudden d e ath was' oc by=a•k•upturk or
January 10, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
1 At Weilminfler Selllons, yePe day. I '. ' W. Mainwaring, Efq. ad/arc:ay, Clarke, ard! three roaring fons ot Bacchus,

1 At Weilminfler Selllons, yePe day. I '. ' W. Mainwaring, Efq. ad/arc:ay, Clarke, ard! three roaring fons ot Bacchus,

were indicted affault upon a fentinel in St. James's P,3tk. peared thefe &filing heroes, one of whom ' banker's clerk, one the mate of an Indianian, the other a tradefman in the city, had rryielge copttqls libations at the thrine of the gods hot with the Tufean grape, were proce
January 10, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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January 10, 1801 - Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England