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Vol. XXXIV.] Sunday and Tuesday’s Posts. LONDON, Jan, 16—18, SATURDAY’S Gazette contains an account of the ..

... the wisdom and necessity uniting all classes in the common defence at this crisis—declaring that they feel no repugnance whatsoever to the measure of imparting to the Catholics these realms equal and lull enjoyment all the civil and military priviliges ...

Published: Saturday 23 January 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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SHIP NEWS

... which they accepted, and there the matter ended. Tins story will not tell well in HISTORY. All the civilized world knows, 1 have been great service to the United Stales, and have generously given away talents that would have made me a fortune. I much question ...

Published: Saturday 02 April 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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AMERICA

... January. Mr. Chainpagny’s letter takes it for granted, that our Orders in Council of the 11th of November, will induce the United Slates to declare war against us. Nay, he considers that war does exist in fact from the day on which those decree* were published ...

Published: Saturday 04 June 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 1384 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

n jfllTrror, 1 Late Bonner Middleton's BRISTOL ■SOJOURNAL. Vol. xxxiv.] SATURDAY, July 2, 1808. No. 1766.]— ..

... sensation discontent throughout the United Stales; and in Neyv-York, Vermont, and Virginia, the inhabitants have manifested symptoms insurrection. The President has published a proclamation, falling on the military and civil authorises to suppress the commotions ...

Published: Saturday 02 July 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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BHJSTOL, July 2

... Unless were to abandon the north, he cannot concentrate such force in the south as would adequate to the reduction of armed and united nation. Spain possesses a high spirited population of twelve millions ot souls. This mass, according to the lowest computation ...

Published: Saturday 02 July 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 3562 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

wliicb cannot fail to drawn from Facts; but should hope they will tend to shake lt»e confidence of those who

... inferior towns and places in their district, well digested plans for the enrolment and enlistment of soldiers, and organization civil and military authorities, which confusion and disunion may he prevented, expence in some m aMire controuled, and a regular ...

Published: Saturday 09 July 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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JOSEPH BONAPARTE’S JOUR NET,

... to the observance of which yon are about to pledge yourselves by your oaths, secures the exercise our holy religion, and of civil and political freedora. It establishes a national representation, and restores your ancient Cortes ameliorated form. It appoints ...

Published: Saturday 06 August 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 1673 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

fVeduesdaif and Thursday s Posts. LONDON, 24—25. LONDON GAZF.TI'K EXTRAORDINARY. admiralty-office, a,up. £3. ..

... Sproe. Those by tenting on vessels, might possibly force embarkation and unite with those Fnnen, which might perhaps be favoured some (uwcmanis the troops Odenst. Separate, united with those Jutland, apprehend those in Fimen could secure theniselves in ...

Published: Saturday 27 August 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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BRISTO L, September 3

... lh« staff of large corps not being more expensive than Unit small one, such Omcer, ike. . It b an extraordinary fact, and redounds highly tp (hq cwdit of Mr. Lancaster’s system of education, Unit the whole disbursements bis school froju liidsominer 1306 ...

Published: Saturday 03 September 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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... Portugal, have, in various vs, exercised influence the affairs ul the world. ‘• Russia and Denmark have united with me against England. • ...

Published: Saturday 12 November 1808
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 1864 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

This Advertisement will not be repeated

... known his ultimate views with regard the settlement of the Spanish Peninsula.—Catalonia, of Arragon,Navarre, and Biscay, are united with France and thus the course the Ebro, not the Pyrcnncan Mountains, will be the French frontier. The remainder of the Peninsula ...

Published: Saturday 11 February 1809
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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... IN SPAIN. THE Duke of Dalmatia, beinsj arrived before Ferrol, caused the place be invested. Nejnitiatioxis were begun. The Civil Authorities, and the Military and Naval Officers, manifested a disposition to surrender ; but the people, fomented by the spies ...

Published: Saturday 04 March 1809
Newspaper: Bristol Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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