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COSSACK ON 'CHANGE.

COSSACK ON 'CHANGE.

The expected appearance of the CossiGk on Wednesday mori;log on the . Royal Exchange, of which Tuoile notice had been given, attracted. an immense assemblage of spectators. The Exchange was literally crammed before one o'clock, and all the avenues filled. Tiie Cossack, accompani
18 April 1813 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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7 February 1813 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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lyine, waggons, loaded.with dust, bars; and silver bullion T worth upwards half million, arrived ,• • on Wednesday at the Bank from .Portsmonth. This • valuable car s go . vas brought by the President frigate from the Cape of Good hope, to which .it had beenconveyed at different
25 April 1813 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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Arrived. ' . 111 A ILS. . Due. - 0 ..l.kbon 1 , 0 .. , , Gottenburgh- 1 0

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25 April 1813 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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12 November 1815 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
Tel IIE TOThI4.Y ABOLISHED.

Tel IIE TOThI4.Y ABOLISHED.

Chief Justicis in Eyre,. North atid''South of l'rent. Auditor Of the Etcheqiter. • Clerk of the l'ells. Four 'reßert of the• Exchequer. 'Warden of the Cinque Purts, Governor of the bile of Wight. Commissary -General of lister's: One of the 'Joint, Paymatteri 7 Grfferal.' .Office
5 April 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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Tie eastern parts of St. Janies's Palace, Wherein the fire happeniA, are now being of the rubbid); About 40 men are. thus , empltiyed daily-. All the stacks of chimnics, and dangerous . towers., which were threatening every one who approached theni with destruction, wca-c pulled
26 January 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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- F,PIGILfI,II • ON 140.1 , 011±F,P DE, AT I OF THE OI fiONAPARTE: _ 'coon al the hapless Infant L ttflC to li . ght, Ile %ivy tli3 I'ither, and he died ci( !tight. LAJGGY 80. P.IIIIS rN 'IN - :UPROAR! Paris convuted!!!—llehellkin ? you Foot; 'Fejiitk Kit ha l had' a &reenish it
6 April 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• .ness that tlyty we re c onciled. Ile tieceasei sp! Pared much bruised a))out her eves' and faq, e'oirrplained

• .ness that tlyty we re c onciled. Ile tieceasei sp! Pared much bruised a))out her eves' and faq, e'oirrplained

a,-,f being also much &iota her Way, particularly in her sitre,. stic SSI severely hint and painful. The -husband sentfor -surgeon, who took some blood fronithe*Afeeeaga T,he prisoner staLl theve until 'Tuesday, th t. lit away for avowed al,k; hut tlt h other'rodging t'or - hini
6 April 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
n ~. _ . .:: abounds with many a snare; LewnMaisons, and wit, hoverer rue. •' &cochleas, =rat in riterary

n ~. _ . .:: abounds with many a snare; LewnMaisons, and wit, hoverer rue. •' &cochleas, =rat in riterary

fame, ' , (Mention bin if please. VOLT/Mpg 1.!•-111141 . Wei 0 1 ) bettgen i us, 4 / 9 gelleet Livid bo=y Mush, nattily, The Scripture was his jest-book, when he skew :Jysrtots to jail the elided** aad - the Jew; An tilde' in health, bat what when sick ? • Oh...then a tent would
24 August 1813 - Star (London) - London, London, England