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LORD DUNCAN'S VICTORY. Lloyd's Coffee-Housf, Dec. 6, 1799- At a Committee appointed /.>- . • . ■Qotg tie Stthfcriptio.-. raijed

LORD DUNCAN'S VICTORY. Lloyd's Coffee-Housf, Dec. 6, 1799- At a Committee appointed /.>- . • . ■Qotg tie Stthfcriptio.-. raijed

HEREFORttSfffgE* TO BE SOLD i'.Y 'CTION, On Thurfday, the Second day the. Kir.r.'s- Aims Inn, in tow •. be;-'. -en hours Three arid Six hi afternoon, fubject Conditions ar.d there produced, MESSUAGE or DWF.LI HOUSE, town, in a .:, called the and a rr» D WELI.I and RDEN. .1 called
January 1, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Advcrtiil-nients, ElTays, authentic Articles of Intelligence, are taken in the Office, Hereford. ,* ADVERTISEMENTS, and Orders fortius Paper, are taken

Advcrtiil-nients, ElTays, authentic Articles of Intelligence, are taken in the Office, Hereford. ,* ADVERTISEMENTS, and Orders fortius Paper, are taken

in, at rwi th. Mr. Jones; tens, Mr'frs. Williams and Thomas; sd, Mrs. Richards; Bcilth. Mr. T. Pritchard .',r *« T c . C Bird) Cardigan, Mi's Lilly; Carmarthen, M,. R«.fs; CwrMsMt, Mrs. Roberts; Hay. Mrs.. ay f.r '■«»»*«», Mr. Phillip,., ion, Mr. Mr. R. Williams • lone s- -k' Le
January 1, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
A NEW METHOD OF MAKING PONDS, WATER-TIGHT, WITHOUT THE USE OF MASONRY;

A NEW METHOD OF MAKING PONDS, WATER-TIGHT, WITHOUT THE USE OF MASONRY;

BY M. D'AM bouRNAI. THE pond may dug to any depth, taking care to flope its fides to an angle of about 40 degrees. The cement with which it is to be lir.ed, rauft be prepared in the following manner. A fi,fficient quantity of yellow or brown brick clay is to be procured fo mcift
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Co •Despondence between Bonaparte and the Briti/Jj Government. ret Republic—Sovereignty of the Peo- Liberty—Equality. o:,a P4Rtk, Fir [I Con/ul of

Co •Despondence between Bonaparte and the Briti/Jj Government. ret Republic—Sovereignty of the Peo- Liberty—Equality. o:,a P4Rtk, Fir [I Con/ul of

the Repu'c> t» his Majesty the King of reat Britain and of Ireland. 4r,J » the $th Nivofe, Bth year of the Republic. Called by the whiles of the French of 'k" to oocu Py t^ie Magiftracy • Republic, I think it proper on Cq Crin into office, to make direft of it to your Majeuy. j.
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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January 1, 1800 - Madras Courier - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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January 1, 1800 - Madras Courier - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
HEREFORDSHIRE. TO BK SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. thole the MANORS of KINNERSLKY and HUR.SLEY, in the county of Hereford, lying

HEREFORDSHIRE. TO BK SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. thole the MANORS of KINNERSLKY and HUR.SLEY, in the county of Hereford, lying

contiguous to each other; together with the Perpetual ADV WS< the RECTORY KINNF.RSI.EY ; and all ihat Capital Man lion, called KINNT.R.SLi.Y CASTLE, with Offices of every ufcereto belonging, and about 1,500 Acres rich Arable, Meadow, and Paftiire Land, well ..'ooded and wateied,
January 1, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
ACCOUNT OF THE SEA BEAR.

ACCOUNT OF THE SEA BEAR.

HE bear appears in troops in the eallern ocean, principally between the Ivurilly and the Aleutan iflands. largefl of thefe animals are ninety inches in length, and eighteen or twenty pood. They refemble no land-animal more than the bear, excepting only the feet, andth e hinder p
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Soon thy Studious labour then is thine ; Far from every youthful play Grave iiiftru«stion points thy way : Science,

Soon thy Studious labour then is thine ; Far from every youthful play Grave iiiftru«stion points thy way : Science,

rich in ancient fiorc, Spreads for thee her claflic lore Arm'd with magiftf rftl rage Vedanls guard the my flic page, .'Urging <>n thy tardy flight To lletpy heiglit. is learning's arduous road, Yet with brightell flow'rets ftrow'd, the wade time. , Blooming in eternal prime. PA
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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January 1, 1800 - Madras Courier - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India