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sEcp.ND. LOTTERY, RO2.

sEcp.ND. LOTTERY, RO2.

LOTTERY, RO2. 4 and No. 9, CROsi. • T * w.th the iincere Gratitude, returns frlitnika N4hillty, Gentry. strut far the very draingulfhott.grefeterice 14 , 0' to; the Oilicts in 1 And 'fcrtner folicitv a continuarice of th.it fhall h ht udy to cleferce. , TICKETS StIA WM; aro felll
28 October 1802 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Fr7m the' FRENCH PAPERS.

Fr7m the' FRENCH PAPERS.

Par;:, .9a. 28; The Firft Conful let .out thi morning . for Rouen. Ma.dame Bonaparje accompanies him. The 'ohjed of his journey, which will occupy ten days, is to vific the iedpOrt,int 'Manufdlories of the. DepartMent of the Lower Sene..-41ontteur. General Andredfli, Ambattiidor
02 November 1802 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
A CHINESE PROVERB. (FiONI A FRENCH PAPER.) 'WHEN &yards are fpades are bright, V V When prifon doors admit the

A CHINESE PROVERB. (FiONI A FRENCH PAPER.) 'WHEN &yards are fpades are bright, V V When prifon doors admit the

light; When granaries are full of corn, ' The temple's threihuld fpaird and worn i n Graft growing Where the LaNyer: talk; When Butchers ride, and Dodorsoalk--• Then are there many, Young and nkl, And Statefmen well the State uphold. LINES, • ‘. On .the UNCERTAINTY of the LAW. .
23 October 1802 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From TUESDAY, May 5, to THyRsDAY Mav 7 , • , 1801.

From TUESDAY, May 5, to THyRsDAY Mav 7 , • , 1801.

•It is laid that Colonel Bryce, of the Guards and Captain 111‘Ginnis, of the Engineers, have been taken piiiOners by .the French in Egypt. ' Whatever the French may pretend to know or think refpeaing Egypt and the Balt'ick, it is evident that they, no longer entertain any hopes
07 May 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
{No. 6769.

{No. 6769.

The new Goodwood Races (on the plan of rite Bibery) were well attended on Monday and Toefddy laft week. _Not lefs than t 5,000 people were prefenc, The Gentlemen ri.tdrs were, Sir M. Buttell, Mr. Germaine, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Williams, Mr. Duet, Mr. Boyce, Mr. Dehue, and Mr. Bindlof
07 May 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
C EVENING-POST.

C EVENING-POST.

Sir John Di; followed on the fame fide in a itrain of panegyrick on the Marquis of Wellefley. Mr. M. P. laid, red-book of the corn. pany was already (welled with penfions to no leis • an amount than 3d,0001. a year, .and chat without great care it might loon vie with the red-boo
17 January 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N.

L 0 N D 0 N.

This morning arrived the HAMBURG/1 MAIL due on Wednefday ; it contains --a Proclamation Kited by Count Lehrbach, in the Vienna Court Gazette of the 28th, announcing that an Armiftice had beericoncluded between the Auttrian and French troops for 30 days, with ie days notice in ca
17 January 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
4 Load Straw

4 Load Straw

Friday, Jan. if. Neweaftle, 461 6d Delivered Sunderland, 43. ad Delivered . sas od DISTANT COUNTRY MARKETS. Newbury, Jan 12. Wheat za6, od to 1561 od I Oato its od to Barley Os od to XV. od I Beans 7as od to 1171 tad Reading, Jan, 73. Wheat zails od to is 6d Beane 781 od to od R
17 January 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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29 January 1803 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MONDAY, FEB. 7. FRO:eI LON DON G -V/ETTE, Of SATURDAY, Feb. 5. ST. JAMES'S, Ftbrualy 2. HIS day Baron Silverhjelm,

MONDAY, FEB. 7. FRO:eI LON DON G -V/ETTE, Of SATURDAY, Feb. 5. ST. JAMES'S, Ftbrualy 2. HIS day Baron Silverhjelm,

Nlinifter Refident from the King of Sweden, had a pri. ware audience of his Majetly, in which he delivered new credentials, giving him the tharaCier of Envoy Extraordinary and Milliner Plenipotentiary from Sweden. The King was day I the norour of Knighthood on Major Jrlcs lioikr
08 February 1803 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England