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General Murat and Eugene •BeauharnoiF, have been created, Imperial Princes. Thus it seems that all the half and collateral blood

General Murat and Eugene •BeauharnoiF, have been created, Imperial Princes. Thus it seems that all the half and collateral blood

of Bonaparte and his wife, is to be royalized, as well as the lineal dynasty,. Iris mentioned in the Dutch Papers, that in consequence of an order . from Gen. Marmont to the Council of Marine, the fleet in the Texel is to be prepared for sea with all possible dispatch. Previous
19 February 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THEATRE, COVENT-GARDEN.

THEATRE, COVENT-GARDEN.

9 prolific pen of Reynolds has produced another Dramatic Novelty. A Musical Farce, called Out Place; or, The Lake of Lausanne, was performed on Thursday night at this Theatre. The. scene is laid in Switzerland. Timothy, a servant, is discharged by his master, who refuses to give
02 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Thu D 2,t,' a published, In One Volinn:!, o , :tavo, Price fis. in 50ard3. , A TREATISE on the

Thu D 2,t,' a published, In One Volinn:!, o , :tavo, Price fis. in 50ard3. , A TREATISE on the

EXTERNAL CHARACTERS of FOSSILS. Translated from the German i of AIIRAIIAM GOTTLORwE!tNER, Counsellor of Mines, Professor 4,f Mineralogy, Public of the Art of nnin7 in the T`.line Academy o f F reybeig, and Member of seikaali.eaTue: _ by WEAVER. Printed for M. N. Matlon, DOblin ;
07 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
„ EVENING-POL. ' '%-.0 -.?" Dr VT P.EN DS.

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Sept. 19. John Riley, of Sheffield, Linen-Draper ; ac the Angel I'm, Sheffield. • Sept. 17. Thomas Piedon and William Sammon of Ruffia. Milk-Street, Irills-Fatiors, At Gulidhall., Sept. ;9. Robeit Wilifon, ani George- puilel, of Kingannup*-Hull, Merchants, et the White Hart Tave
30 August 1803 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Lovyas.—lVe.inesday sennight, at Grctria,. Mr. Rolm t Read, age4.l 17, was; marrt:d to Miss Margaret Pears, who has attained nearly the age, With a fortune of :2000/. union of this juvenile pair being much against the cont or the young I4dy's friends, her gtiardian sent her into
29 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, March 21. Three houses, two saddles, and 'a bridle, were stolen in the chapelry of Lamesley, in the

SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, March 21. Three houses, two saddles, and 'a bridle, were stolen in the chapelry of Lamesley, in the

night of Monday last. Three men examined the horses while they were harrowing, and entered into conversation with the eervants, and when going away, bid them inform their master that thg should call upon him at nigh:! Friday se'ennight, a man came to the house of Robt. Norris, o
28 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, NAVAL INTELLIGENCE,

SATURDAY, NAVAL INTELLIGENCE,

TAN.. I:). PORTSMOUTH, 7air. 10. AST night arrived the Ariadne frigate, Hon. Captain King, from off and the Safeguard gun-vessel, flow the eastward. The Polyphemus, Capt. Lawford, has captured Stile Guerra, Spanish frigate, off Cave St. Vincent's, ivilich is hourly expected to a
12 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11.

Samuel Mitchell was indicted for the wilful murder of Sarah Mitchell, his child, a girl of nine years old', by cutting her throat with a razor, on Tuesday the 18th of December, at No. 24, Wheeler-street, Spitaifields. The prisoner is a silk-weaver, and lived in the garret ; on t
12 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- - - - - THEATRICAL INTELLIGENCE. Drary-Lane.—This ing, THE SUSPICIOUS HUSBAND ; with The Deserter. . Covent-Garden.—This Evening:, THE

- - - - - THEATRICAL INTELLIGENCE. Drary-Lane.—This ing, THE SUSPICIOUS HUSBAND ; with The Deserter. . Covent-Garden.—This Evening:, THE

ENGLISH FLEET IN 1432 • with Harlequin QuieLaliver, pi The Gnome the Devil'.
12 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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nr the respective Powers of Holland, France, and ,Spain, by virtue of which the persons applying to your Lordsh:p on this occasion, were deprived of the property, were made and issued, and carried into 'effect, far within the time allowed for the protection . of property, in cas
31 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England