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ral Officers wounded. A Coltihel of .cavalrytakenprifoner was drunk. Our 16rs in killeit and wounded is alio confiderable it Officers

ral Officers wounded. A Coltihel of .cavalrytakenprifoner was drunk. Our 16rs in killeit and wounded is alio confiderable it Officers

killed; 41 wounded, 2)0 non-commiffioned officers and privates killed, s wounded, and, to the unfpeakable fortow of the army, our brave Commander, Sir R. AberCromby, was Wounded in the hand, and a ball buried itfelf in the joint of his thigh, -which mortified; and pilt a period
23 May 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From SATURDAY, Feb 14, to TUESDAY, Feb. 17, 1801.

From SATURDAY, Feb 14, to TUESDAY, Feb. 17, 1801.

Letters from Conftantinople, of the z9th December ftate, that Lieutenant Colonel Bromley had arrived there from the coaft of Egypt with difpatches for the Turkifh Admiral, having loft the Britith fquadron on the iBth of November. At this period, Nlenou, apprifed of the fall of M
17 February 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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;14 41 r7

23 June 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
This amendment Was adopted. Tile Committee then_ went through the Bill, and the Report was ordered to Ticefved to niorroiv.:

This amendment Was adopted. Tile Committee then_ went through the Bill, and the Report was ordered to Ticefved to niorroiv.:

. . ReacVa third time the Six Millions Exchequer Bills Bill, the Newfoundland Fithery pill, the Horfe D.:alerli Licence Bill, and the Letter of Kirque Bill— Patted; and ordered 'the Lords. . . ..t , - Adjourned at 'halt pat ten. • • • . ~ • . • - • rt. - \ CI Z) 1411 1jAkii ' .
23 June 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Tep MAILS • • 1 pub . . 1 ' 2 ar g e */tDel":77l( -- 11 • 63 1

Tep MAILS • • 1 pub . . 1 ' 2 ar g e */tDel":77l( -- 11 • 63 1

crc"bY, Aall appear five. ' . _, rd i 9 ti e The 1,-ixe s the Ilk af fright, OT' ," the N . ..,—.............. Linn ex tb; Death a:f Gene' , ST Stool -- • 1 ' , . Long Ann, -1 .• 7 6 . .. 3 per Ct. Reel 6o i6 l i 'C oa t S. mgr. Sf 2 • . 4 3 " pee r Cr. o C C. on 6l f. l' op. 1
23 June 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
KINNE I I, at Tvf:,, l corr, , a FAIOf, EN, M and >in .(eren iv', CO I ' r—

KINNE I I, at Tvf:,, l corr, , a FAIOf, EN, M and >in .(eren iv', CO I ' r—

A a , Larhq in of A ; rt " I 01. 11 L. Fs FfiEl " 17141 v iki oo e , Pf. If i4 llQ4' li)O ff A• ainp . 4 tca' tti ar! ioer B" f ~
18 July 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
. PRQCI.4,MATION. Tilt Cc ULS 61, .TIiE''REPU,III.I.cIc, TO Tin FRENCH

. PRQCI.4,MATION. Tilt Cc ULS 61, .TIiE''REPU,III.I.cIc, TO Tin FRENCH

. PRQCI.4,MATION. Tilt Cc ULS 61 , .TIiE ' 'REPU,III.I.cIc, TO Tin FRENCH ; ‘ 6 Freighntenl • ig day is deffined to celebrate that epoch of' hope and.of glory, when barbarous intlitutions were ,annihilated, when_you ceafed to be divided into two claffes, the one condemned to humi
18 July 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ACADEMIC FLATTERY.

ACADEMIC FLATTERY.

Towrimit, 'Chop. of a man tidiculniis for his attachment to high birth, gave an annual prize to, the French -Acaderov, t Ise be.' flawed on the heft poetical compcifition• but the only r fubjeCit to he treated df was piaire Of Louis Xl V. After all the ordintiry,topicks of 'adul
03 September 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, SEPT. 3. 1.91'41. INTELLIGENCE.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 3. 1.91'41. INTELLIGENCE.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 3. INTELLIGENCE. ' to - n .-------- . ' IL TSMOU Tlf i 41g. 31.. A. RRIVED the Swift cutter, Lientenant Richarclfon, from oft* Havre, with the • Leander, a , F renc h - fhip, laden with 46 . guns, and a quantity of ordnance fibres, bound to Hamburgh, She is a very
03 September 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ADVOWSONS, in HUNTINGDONSHIRE.

ADVOWSONS, in HUNTINGDONSHIRE.

TO be SOLD CONTRACT, By : by A uN T G E : The PERPETUAL ADVOWSON of a valuable RECTORY, fubjea to the Life of the prefent Incumbent, aged Is, lituate in the Neighbourhood of HUNTINGDON; confining ' of a very handfome PARSONAGE HOUSE, with all fult.ible Offices, and 23 Acres of r
03 September 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England