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My Lord,—l have thehonour to transmit to your Lordship the return of the killed and wounded in the action of

My Lord,—l have thehonour to transmit to your Lordship the return of the killed and wounded in the action of

the sth instant:and I have the satisfaction to add that the wounded in general ,are doing well. By the best account that can be collected from the wounded French Officers, the enemy had about eight thousand men engaged. Their loss by reports from Chic- Jana in killed, wounded an
31 March 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
A PRESENT FOR youni,

A PRESENT FOR youni,

GAY'S FABLES, with Wood Cuts by Branstori• In a neat Packet Volume, 3s. 6d. boards, Par ts, FABLES, by the late Mr. JOHN GAY, in T , " o n e Complete, with the Author's Life. Embellished Hundred beautiful Mood Cuts. deaigned and engraved by 131.3 stop. with ° Printed for 3. Jack
8 September 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
OLD 11411_,E1'.

OLD 11411_,E1'.

TUESDAY, FEB. i 26. John Liles was indicted for marrying Ann Adams, his former wife, Ann Bates being then living. The prisoner appeared to be a man of the most abandoned character. He had, however ' been formerly been an usher in a respectable sehool at Kensington. It was the se
3 March 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
William EnipSon, E;q. '5 '0 I lunteers;ios t einbied Messrs. Birch. Chain- at Winchester, by bers and 'Hobbs - •

William EnipSon, E;q. '5 '0 I lunteers;ios t einbied Messrs. Birch. Chain- at Winchester, by bers and 'Hobbs - •

ICO 0 1 Lt.-Colonel Pew. D.Qttley,E , q.Bryan- lett . 421. 10s. 51. "Stone;street 5 0 Sir Vicary - Gibbs • • 5.) 0 E. RavenScroft,'E , q. G. H. C..• •• • , Portland place • • 5 0 Mrs. Laq,ton 5 u D. Hay, Pall Mall. • 1 0 Farther SlOscriptions will be received by Mr. Philip Pearc
19 May 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
ho, in " the Crimes of Cabinets," disapproved of forcing Neqtral Powers into a war in which they had no

ho, in " the Crimes of Cabinets," disapproved of forcing Neqtral Powers into a war in which they had no

interest; who, in that work, t►ad spoken in becoming terms of the insolence of the great Powers of Europe towards those of an inferiOr rank„ and who had pointedly expressed his dis:apiopbation of the diimemberment of Poland, and its division between Russia, Austria, and Prussia
30 June 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
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3 February 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
AND ANTICORSICAN CHRONICLE.

AND ANTICORSICAN CHRONICLE.

made across the sands of Maestricht to Wesel ; and from that to Hamburgh. [I am persuaded that the Hamburghers, would prefer being a thousand leagues further from you, than to be brought so much nearer to you.] And this will be the first example in history of eighty leagues of r
14 July 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
ANHOLT MAIL RECEIVED LAST NIGI,I7'-

ANHOLT MAIL RECEIVED LAST NIGI,I7'-

CORSOER, JUNE 16. The convoy which was in sight to the South at three o'clock in the morning. It is compOsed of of merchants vessels ; they are escorted by - three slaP s A to the line, a frigate, and three armed brigs. and Salle the north-east. BAYONNE, JUNE Yesterday the King
14 July 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
AND ANTICORSICAN CHRONICLE

AND ANTICORSICAN CHRONICLE

Coo: ey it to leis surf-1.1 , 11'd , 1 .;n0.e, h' lives no more for me. lend back thy course, thou blast so dread, And-take this with thee ; Watt it around his shrontlless head, Who lives no mote l'or me. In The Dramatic Skrtch , 3 the characters are more skilfully and naturally
3 November 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
THE ANTIGAALICLN MONITOR.

THE ANTIGAALICLN MONITOR.

THE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR LONDON. APRIL 14, 1811. In our last, We had the satisfaction to announce to a Readers, the forced retreat, or rather flight of MASSENA, before the gallant and victorious Lord WELLINGTON. His Lordship's description, in his dispatches, of the cruelties of
14 April 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England