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This was . frublished, Price 7s. in board, COMPLETE CONFECTIONErk and FALY CODK ; including all the late Improvements, many

This was . frublished, Price 7s. in board, COMPLETE CONFECTIONErk and FALY CODK ; including all the late Improvements, many

valuable Receipts, and amp:e Directions for Marketing', Trussing, Carving. ; the whole being the result of many Ye:us practice and experience: By JQI-IN CAIRO. Edinburgh Printed or John Anderson ; and sold hy Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, London; and`Wogan and Quinming, Dublin. •
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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tli'e PE RSI,M 1211.EttgSADOlt, • Yesterday A .FAs beld at the E'ast. India House, where.all the Directors were assembled to receive tbe.Porsian, Envoy Extraordinary, `Miria Abdui. liassan. The passages were covered with matting and the stairs With green baize 4t two o'clock, his
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GENERAL MONNET.

GENERAL MONNET.

. . . . . • , , Paris, Dec. 10.—The Catmcil of Inquiry, appointed by virtneof it sealed letter, addressed by his irnpei'rial• Majesty to Count 14inebourg, dated Schoen"- , brunn, the 7th ,of September, to examhie the conduct of General Monnet, with reipect to the surrender of Vl
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- 'rke SIX -PENCE 1144,Fi'ENNY. I .. ' PRIDAY, DEC. 29, : i LONDON. . e t Ir. Powell, the

- 'rke SIX -PENCE 1144,Fi'ENNY. I .. ' PRIDAY, DEC. 29, : i LONDON. . e t Ir. Powell, the

Secretary to the American Em b a"Y, who embarked at Dover along with the Wan Messenger, Mayntz, and whose return awa . 4 . Mentioned in • the Dover letter in our last, had les , I refusal qoalified .an assurance' that , he' would , he al lowed to cleaanbark, and proceed to Paris
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• This Day was published ' Dedicated, by permission, to his Grace the Archbishop of" Canterbury, In Octavo, in Six

• This Day was published ' Dedicated, by permission, to his Grace the Archbishop of" Canterbury, In Octavo, in Six

very large Vols. Price in boards Al. VCCLESIASTICAL BIOGRPHYI or, LIVES of EMINENT MEN, Connected with the History of Religion in Englaqd ; from the Commencement of the Reformadon to the Revolution ; selected and illuitrated with Notes. By CFIRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, M. A. Dean and
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• This,Day 'was psillisteid, Price 2s. Gcl. boptid, , The Third Edition, of R uDimENTs of ENGLISH GRAMMAR, for the

• This,Day 'was psillisteid, Price 2s. Gcl. boptid, , The Third Edition, of R uDimENTs of ENGLISH GRAMMAR, for the

USE a SCHOOLS. By the Rev. HENRY ST;;JOHZI SULLEN, M. A. pf Tim. CoU Cambridge, and fiead Master of the Grammar School, Leicester. Printed for Longman, Hurst,' Rees, and Ortne, PAtemosterrow, London; I.4nd P. Gedge, Bury S. Edmunds. ,
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE,

POLICE,

• htstreel. A gallant son of Neptune, full of the Tuscan . grape, reeled into; a pastry-cooks shop in Oxibrd-strent, on Wednesday evening, and fell,nts board a .valuabie frigate, whiCh he attempted to take at one broadside. The 'Lady who bad' rhos attracted the Lieutenant's noti
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
*ESTATES in DEVONSHIRE and SOMEMETi SHIRE. r I' 4 o. be.SOLD by AUCTION, at the New London 1. Inn, Exeter,

*ESTATES in DEVONSHIRE and SOMEMETi SHIRE. r I' 4 o. be.SOLD by AUCTION, at the New London 1. Inn, Exeter,

on Saturday, th 3 nth Day of January witt, at One o'Clock, in •LotsAunlesl previously disposed of), The MANOR of 13 PLOVrTMAN; with several ESTATES there, and in SAMPFORD PEVERELE, near TIVERTON, DEVON. —Also the.RF.CTORY of KINGSTON SEYMOUR; SOMER. SETSHIRE. , • • For Patticula
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

- Acconnts were on 'Thursday received at the Admi• ratty, that Sir R. Strachan had arrived in the with the greatest part i of the fteet of transports from Wakberen. The flotilla which was in the Roompot, under the command of Capt. Owen, and that 'which was in the West 'Scheldt,
30 December 1809 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England