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I 1....- -- ---'4 . ' , ! : 0. 1 , ,- / %.,,, kJ 0 Or, 13 Price SIX-PECE.] WEDNESDAY, - JULY 27. Tram MIERIdAN PAPERS. BALTImonE, June 18. NDENlNEDyesteklay morning in the District Court of the'United States the ship Aligator, ichooner Juliana, for violating the:. Embargo Law, -a
28 July 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
L.lll' INTELLIGENCE.

L.lll' INTELLIGENCE.

INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KING'S BENCH, GUILDHALL', .Sittings before Lord .Ellenborough. PHIPPS V. PARKER. Thii was an action for slanderous words the Defendant, in saying that the Plaintiff 4,,,a d o i ce . his house on fire to defraud the Insurance The declaration alleged that the
28 July 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, JULY 28. dVAL MYTEL LIG ElVa E, c.

THURSDAY, JULY 28. dVAL MYTEL LIG ElVa E, c.

Plymouth, July 24.—The following Extract Of a Letter. from Gibraltar, day not prove uninteresting at this period. It is from an Of6cer in General Spencer's Expedition, and is dated the 19th June: The weather. having set in extremely warm, occasioned the fever to break out in the
28 July 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, 'AuGtist 9.

TUESDAY, 'AuGtist 9.

_INTEL I.JG ENCE, 4r. • 'Torbay, Aug. Thursday and yesterday, Were ren,arkably,fille calm weather . : the large fleet of transporii, &c last from Pottsmouth, with Sir 'John Moon, under cow,* of the Audacious, of 74 guns, anti' 'other in all about WO sail, has been seen from the
09 August 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENC4.

LAW INTELLIGENC4.

COURT of KING'S BENCH; WESTMINSTER, July 15, Sittingp:kfore Lord Ellenborough and Special Aries. INSURANCE .. AGAINST. THE 'MILITIA. *BALLOT. • - tSPFIELD V. \VILSON:.. I•, This wag.an action.to recover 18 guineas, w hi c h . the Plaintiff to pay in the Aliliiiii; and against wh
19 July 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HICKS's HALL.

HICKS's HALL.

On Friday, the I.sth, Seth Kelso, n weaver, 'and ei-dcrant itinerant preacher, was brought to Hieks's Hall,. for assaulting a poor Otabeitean, named Tabioee. Potts stated, that Kelso. had seduced this Otaheitean . from Captain Wilson's protection, under the., profession of teach
19 July 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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27 August 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
7902.

7902.

HOUNSLOW WOOL FAIR. On Monday, about eleven o'clock, a large concourse of Farmers and Wool-buyers.assembled in the ancient Market-house, in Hounslow., and began the opening and inspecting of about 700 tods of wools (281 b of the South Down, Wiltshire, and ,Dorset breeds of sheep
04 August 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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04 August 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
. . . and set off for the Downs, about which time the , whole of the military to be

. . . and set off for the Downs, about which time the , whole of the military to be

rt‘Viewed there had formed the line,' and, in the .following order; on Newmarket-la, and hills acijoiniogi to the right of the whole, one troop of the Royal liorse Artillery, and the ibth, or Prince's own , Light Dragoons, and to the left'ofthe 2d and 3d regiment of Dragoon Guar
16 August 1808 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England