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... detained the Telegraph hired armed brig; the Christianberg, laden with salt, from Faro, bound to Alton*, detained La Suffi. sante sloop of war; the Providenlia, laden with 1 wool from Bilboa, bound Hambro', detained the Dolly hired armed cutter ; and the Able ...

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... the Telegraph hired armed brig; the Christianberg, laden with salt, from Faro, bound to Altona, detained by La Suffi. sable sloop of war; the Providentia, laden willi wool from.Bilboa, bound to Hambro', •detameqTjy the Dolly hired armed curter ; and the ...

Published: Saturday 07 February 1801
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1981 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

This D*v » published. Two Volumes OdAvo, price |4*. Boards, . The life of david garrick, By ARTHUR MURPHY, Esq

... Worcester, Jn. stead John Zachary, of Arcley, Esq.—Sir John Stepney, of Llanelly, Bart, to be Sheriff the county Carmarthen, instead of Thomas Stepney, of Detw, id, Esq,—Rob, Lloyd, of Esq. be Sheriff of . the county of Cardigan, instead of John Palmar Chichester ...

lyftomtb* tONDt^N GAZETTE, Feb* 28

... to be the Dolphin armed brig, commanded by Jan. Vatmtyes, belonging to the Dutch East-India Company, mounting 14 guns, and having on board 65 men. May 24th, at day-break in the morning, we captured, close under the land, a small armed brig, of six carriage ...

Published: Monday 02 March 1801
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2748 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

«»**m pjtatAUExr

... what the House already knew of the meritori- ous services of the army in Egypt, and the laurels reaped there by the British arms, under the auspicas and gallant exertions of the brave and justly la- mented General Abercromby,- they would most chearfully ...

Published: Saturday 23 May 1801
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3297 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

HIS MAJESTY'S BIRTH-DAY

... white ostrich feathers. *^'* ** , meed ear-rings and necklaces. Her Ladyship looked beau- tifully. «._.-— »m COUNTESS OF CARDIGAN, . In her dress displayed a degree of elegance., well suited to the season, and her Ladyship's geod taste. The petticoat ...

Published: Friday 05 June 1801
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 6538 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

THE COURIER

... the stories of plots and conspiracies were continued, and the conspirators were said, not indeed to be in open arms, but intending to arm, and to prepare uniforms for their array, though not single musquet, or a single unitorm, was discoj vered in support ...

THE COuiuEß

... of Paiiiament will finally settled. The ami PRtNcessis, on their arriving in i ivi-n, paid a morning visit to the Countess Cardigan, in Upper Grosvener.sltect, Their Roya. Highnesses the Prince of Waiis, the Duke York, Prince Adoiphus, and Lady a Finch ...

N E LIST

... Sea Horfe John Sc Elizabeth, Deacon Gncrnfey »7> Gottlieb, Sicrach Riga Severn, Hackwood Watetford Refolution Dogear Downs a fleet d* Sarah Chriftiana, Graham d« Comet, Larkin d» Sovereign, Mitchell d 8 JManflrip, Logan . d° Countefs of Cardigan, lata Hill ...

Published: Tuesday 18 August 1801
Newspaper: Lloyd's List
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1014 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

Lord fetfon, 'Lee . yil* 'Qutnto^i*'' Two Sifters, Bogle Tenerfffe .‘Sufan & Polly, Lawrence Dublin Diana, ..

... Atkinfon Virginia Brothers, Pack wood NVork Graff Von Bernftoff GpOrto Wiliiam, Bidduff Baltimore | Norfolk, Goodall Surinaui [ £ John fc Sally, -—- Limeti:k Polly, Lc Bray, Cadiz y Belhtii, Waterman Li (bon Le Cherie, Murphy Newry, Wil/en Dublin ‘Goodintent ...

Published: Tuesday 08 September 1801
Newspaper: Lloyd's List
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 580 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE COURIER

... uiervtr, eleven, at the Ktui's Arms Inn, Dcd- A person of the name Hilton, a camnet-inalccr, diortmi. , . . . , , was opposed under clause rrspedking frauds. It i was alleged that this per.on had. after hi. commit. OH. John Owen Harries, late ot Canligm ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... eAboLP H US thle Countefs of CARDIGAN andELy, Lady CATH- CART and WALDEGRAVE, walked co. St. George's 'Cathedra!, where an excellent fermhon wasf preached by the Rev. Dr. LANGFoRo;, froni thee VIII. Chap- ter of St. JOHN's Gofpel, ard the 32dVerfe. On ...