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From tire FRENCH FORKS.

From tire FRENCH FORKS.

9. The grand parade yesterday was the'first that took place in the Emperor's presence since his elevation to the Imperial dignity. The exclamations of " Long live the Emperor!" were from all parts as soon as his Majesty appeared. The cavalry.clashed their swords in demonstration
21 July 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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16 October 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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11 September 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
At the'Mansion-lmuse, on Saturday the Bth inst. Robert and James Pearce were charged befwe the Lord-Mayor, on Of stealing SO/.

At the'Mansion-lmuse, on Saturday the Bth inst. Robert and James Pearce were charged befwe the Lord-Mayor, on Of stealing SO/.

in notes, from the house of Vert: atitt uclidou, Bankers. Mr. Holdsworth, the City Maishal, produced a 40/. bank note, which he said he found in consequence of a direction of the prisoner, Robert Pearce, who, he said, had lived as an under porter at this house, and had access to
11 September 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
A curious circumstance is Inttrltioned in a Fiend; Paper, respecting the second. representation of Voltatre's celebrated tragedy of Zara, On

A curious circumstance is Inttrltioned in a Fiend; Paper, respecting the second. representation of Voltatre's celebrated tragedy of Zara, On

its first representation the play was received with the loudest applause, but the author conceived that some altcranon in severalpassages would greatly incre:se the , effect of the piece. Voltaire accordingly did intro, duce some alterations, anti presented the play in the impro
11 September 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From the FRENCH PAPERS.

From the FRENCH PAPERS.

Sep. 1,6. MINISTRY MARINE and the COLONIES. bECAEN, Captetht-Getteral the French Sett/en:nits Easteward of the Cape Good Hope, to the Misister Marine, asdof the Colonies. ' Head-carters, Isle if France, May 15. I have the honour to announce to ,you, l ien Minister, that the Rear
29 September 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, Friday, Sirist. 28. The Market has many further atrivals of 'Whoa lance our lasts with cargOes of foreign the in general arc of . indifferent quality, and ratber i deeline in irice, the little of -first i s nearly dear,—,Good old Rye atts. per quarter.— Not, much
29 September 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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25 October 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FOR gOVEM,9S.R.

FASHIONS FOR gOVEM,9S.R.

PROIVIE N A DE Drassts—A round dre;s of thick white muslin, with a habit shirt of fine cambric. Large silk shawl, of . maroon colour. A maw hat, turned up in front, anti trimmed and .tied under the chin with maroon colou'red ribanti. Nankeen shoes. A pelisse of grey or fawn-colo
06 November 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
American tapert—Wete received yesterday to ult. The American GoVernment is endeavouring to preserve the relations with the interior of the

American tapert—Wete received yesterday to ult. The American GoVernment is endeavouring to preserve the relations with the interior of the

Con tinent. 'lle King of the Osage 'lndians, accoinpanied by his Chiefs and Warriors, with their interpreters and attendants, are a visit at New York, In consequence of information given to the Officers of the Revenue, stating, that a schooner had been fitted in the port of Char
13 September 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England