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qtfalrfcT A J habits of life iinve is desirous with a Stackbroker j who mifht WUih lor rlnch an adequate preiBui addressed to mod ewrv nttentiop and I y null ot MwSlar and Garter Thbmas and tar dealer and At rsaac m iu the vicinity of or Cannon it a I J tq Im or for o term of yearsi in any of i in the viridity of jate BIIV a moderate smd f exteusivt ml cod t tabling and coaclibause if r DilytitirJ up Ae more desirable ai the Home will ara if by Jj Bcdfoid Bi would lit Qf oh mm SSSv8 IN and Farm of The headquarters of the French reserve of the army of Germany are said to be at Ba The advanced guard had already ad vanced eight leagues beyond f Oiir Journal uojler date of Erfurt July that the Duke of Oels had retreated the day before fromZwickau to Schnee He was now now retreatiou and npbody kneW his nor did he himsdf nrobably Jtaow l Yesterday an English of near 200 sail seen to sail by here for the Some discharges of cannon were f JDSE f They write from tfee date of that the Montenegrins shewed a dispo to take nn ii S t 11 EidrtJshipaJ At in 1 c i Sust s at one at Goildl AltnmrfMr 1 rofipcbnf oui liuiltt AltorneT CcAenti Garden ij AuSst I2 at iv of hawW dealer ji 1 Uie Commer at of and Jfept Uiefmmer Thomas Hewitt Manchwler and Ralph Robert of at UTeYpooVGiH to lake up The war the 1 trrksand the Servians has as produced The Pachaof who had taken Zoka and marched against has beenrepulsed by and retired to the left bank of having lost This place of fighting the carrj ing 6ff the most hsi The principal whfch would ieestablish the with yet U w marobn sTowly towards Jene2ar wte Tepoo jaJe of August 88 at at George Wm d ukeu u a i about n cheeififlly and 1 for MK S3 taA m merofa detached offices ofevery Tht HooJ Pliauiberi witb two each 92 14 i capital SO feef is j and u a a goo i cejtant For fiirtber pietiutani apply toMr t OOk Cbieeamiaare about nine acres uf meadow withim I i aaiiijte a compact coaiKnipat BOUSE nionis nn ftoor part of Mie to be token in Aply Ip Mr fowfi 5 or any be by th for fleet tBcamfcg for not bjcn proved against t that bis on that i ii r p Mon of rectify at at Dut of the Globe Ta LiverppohrJohn of August at at Hubbards tHutely Booth the of HoU cptuue Brookr cottonmanufactH rery Sspt at at the Hire and Ma AAuuuua iij Thoniaa at the Ivy Bush t pnl t erpl cbhdiact and p Chief of Chnnnej oif NIJPBH Cottrt at ten and Garnbier having talcenhis usual PBEUDENT he hjad any thine1 further tosiiblnit to tHe m addhHen to what vras already before if tepfiet iie fUf to submit to wjiat was in a paper fee hel4 in Kwhap3i which might be read by the v and an anxiousattention the welfare of adjudge Tfiico to be MOST HONtHiRAnLY Admiral the iftigtit Honourable Lord is hereby JIONOUJIABLT JLCOTITTEO ags ai of mans August at of the Dudleys Arras David of Ber Jf at the Dog lats of Fosi wholesale at ADJUST jof late of Pea bervmns confadently await We have received official intelligence that the bemans completely beacon the 1st and 2d June a turkish division commanded by Psicha Co who had passed the JQrina insider to march to the succour of the fortress of TheServiawsoccupy Janiska and passages wAich lead to so thatrthey cut off its SoKroan dare not attacU tliem although he is at d of a numerous In two months have arrived only Uiree Couriers from tonstantmople at after havioe made wajof WtfleaA that tlw Russians bare seized upon Setiifem for tresses upoo the The jSwyians cwrti nue m the same The Turks shacked them with great valour near Jeniska and jeLira vas but July 2 It following GEQRGR JOHW ROBERT STIRLING JWCHAPJ PVJJKJ the PRESIDENT J me up TBV Gam I t 1 teriBaiBeMifiv It was lianded txj of late of John of Andwwsj of of Stow Jn an published by the Arch duke at on the he maintains he never wasforced his centre rior fMft to exclusive of 6000 fukeu an mvmeible position in defiance of the enemy Archduke with the iij baa not at all been in the The same authentic private advices from Vi enna also that the road from aunoiKj e roa rom a Austnan capital covered Frederick of SI ileind OW and Frederick i of Bcthnil o rrf XJK rHf jTyillfW Md James Jtx of Great of and and insu I the wounded French officers and soldiers to that It is if the Italian troops had not failed in the actiou against the Bavarians under General Wfede the Archduke Charles would have piete are also private confirmed uliar pleasure in receiving tbecomniahdpf IU retain yoa yoar OHMriction you wjll on all future asd of Halifai er of since the ut SinCC tlC L14th the Dukeof JJDCV D TT 6 pCFUVA ftoni yerj rer FrSnqhttidtheif fiiends with The Kinfc repreaeriltie loss offhe FjreucblP Westphalia his army willimmediately 4H the battfe of V 3O Fifteen hundred Poles f roil the Russian for On the 8tli the inhabitants received are said to ttf on toj prders to from whence the French Qu the saoie badly wound fy ne of oqipt wit ig their subsequeut infori its may be vi i veyedto me their sentiments and other to TVTT prints o and pther journals of theConfederai popular ahd par wa owiag tatherumouE of beew Very i at the veteran1 soldiers of his I by money wbicbVby the was to transported ooit the great pre TiU alt three the French bC9tks Minister received dispatcher from of bis fa weH with of the anuistici General between the Austrian audFrehch ar and a great the latH armistice have not is that they are very foe The latter luustrgive np during tfte the J i Znaini and Bruno it KrofTaFso withdraw from the and Grutzj abandon theloyal inhabitants of towarcts to their tywntsi quarters are Negociatwnjffir iti ithaos go dewiPthe cooatto the Weseiv fnntfJ diatipn of Tile Prenen MiniSterreceWetf l vfjT1 rapnrsacai fermy Our advanced poste are two
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