Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 3,370 articles

"EUGENE,"

"EUGENE,"

Mr. ALDERMAN SKINNER. . Thursday night, at half past 'nine, &eti, Thomas Skinner, Esq. Alderman of the waid of Oneen }lithe,: at his house in Aldersgme-street. This most res- . . pectable and virtuous Citizen, will be most 'sincerely lamented, not merely by his numerous end amia
01 February 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIED. D. Easley J. Jones 18 0 0 33 - g o J. - Messenger 13 • o 0 2

DIED. D. Easley J. Jones 18 0 0 33 - g o J. - Messenger 13 • o 0 2

7, 1 5 0 5 6 g East Church Parish, Isle of Sheppy, Kent - - - D. Martin Ditto, collected by John Friday, Churchwarden ItoSs Church, Herts • - - John Webb Hanley Tabernacle, Staffordshire W. ile.lasley Great - Bursted Parish, Escex Stourbriclge Chapel, and Old SWin- . ford Church
11 January 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
No. M. WELCH% FEMALE PILLS.

No. M. WELCH% FEMALE PILLS.

For the Green Sickness and other Disorders incident to Young Females. . • rPHE'following InstanA of their . uncommon cacy; is worthy the attention' of the afflicted. 0 Madam, Plymouth Dock ° Oct. 10, 1805. So much' benefit I have received " from • a medicine called FE:yIALL Piit
22 February 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- of Austerlitt the youngest, abOtit thirteen years of age, was ordered to remain upon an eminence, and observe the

- of Austerlitt the youngest, abOtit thirteen years of age, was ordered to remain upon an eminence, and observe the

movements of the grand army ; but when the youth saw the danger of his father, the General, was exposed to, he spurred his horse through vineyards, and over ditches: and passing through a shower of balls, he took his stand near his father, and exclaimed " This is my post, with y
22 February 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
he Ste Or, B

he Ste Or, B

Price SIX-PENCE.] MONDAY, JAN. 13. FROM LONDON GAZETTE, Of SATtTRDAY, Jan. 11. ADMMALTY-OPTICE, fan. 11. 'CIPY an Enclosure from Sir Edward PeHews Rear Admiral the Red, to William Marsderts Ms friesiesty' s Slap Victor, Busheer SIR, Road, May 23, 1805. ITH pleasure I inform your
14 January 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• _ HOUSE OF LORDS.—Tuesday, gan. 7. THIS day, at three o'clock, Lord Eilenborou,(4 l .l (as Pro' Chancellor), and

• _ HOUSE OF LORDS.—Tuesday, gan. 7. THIS day, at three o'clock, Lord Eilenborou,(4 l .l (as Pro' Chancellor), and

Lord Arden, came down to the /louse ; after some time they were joined by Lord Hawkesbury. Their Lordships being robed, took their seats as his Majesty's Commissioners, on the bench in front of the Throne, and Mr. Ouarme, Deputy Usher of the Blaek Rod, was sent to desire the imm
09 January 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
trime Serjeant.—Judge of the Admiralty.

trime Serjeant.—Judge of the Admiralty.

Knight Marsh - al.—Knight of the Bath.—Baronets. A Gentleman Usher (in a Mourning Coach) carrying a Carpet and Black Velvet Cushion, whereon the Trophies are to be deposited in the Church. Comptroller, Treasurer and Steward of the Household of the Deceased (in a Mourning Ccacb)
09 January 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Business dorm.)

Business dorm.)

09 January 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- 'ISLE of MERSEA, ESSEX... TO be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. YOUNG and SON, at Garraway's Coffee-house, 'Change-411ey, Cornhill,

- 'ISLE of MERSEA, ESSEX... TO be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. YOUNG and SON, at Garraway's Coffee-house, 'Change-411ey, Cornhill,

London on Tuesday, the lith of February, 1:896, • at Twel;!e A very desirable and COMPACT COPYFIOLD ESTATE, situate in the ISLE of MERSEA ; consisting of a Barn, and Fifty-three Acres of rich Arable, Pasture, and Wood Land, and One Hunclred and Three Acres of Marsh Land, let to
04 February 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, to TUESDAY, 2§, 1.806. the new appointments are .supposed to have been discussed. The Duke of

From SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, to TUESDAY, 2§, 1.806. the new appointments are .supposed to have been discussed. The Duke of

-York is also said"to have had a long conference with his Majesty. It was yesterday reported, but we believe without foundation, that Lord Eition was about to resign the Seals, which were to be put, for the present, into the hands of Sir James Mansfield, Sir S. Lawrence, and Sir
28 January 1806 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England