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STATE LOTTERY 1799, Begins Drawing IMarcb 3, The Tickets arc told and divided into Halve?, Quarters, Eighths, and Sixteenths, HAZARD,

STATE LOTTERY 1799, Begins Drawing IMarcb 3, The Tickets arc told and divided into Halve?, Quarters, Eighths, and Sixteenths, HAZARD,

BURNE and Co, Stock-Brokers, At their State Lottery Office, No. 93, under the Royal- Exchange, Loudon, And no where elfe on their Account. SCHEME. Ko. Prizes, lvalue each. Total Va'.nt. of £,30,0c0 £60,000 3 60,000 10,000 30,000 4 5,c00 —.— 20,000 2,0C0 10,000 i,coo 10,000 joo 5
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LYNCH's MEDICINE WAREHOUSE No. t-ftreet lane. THE MOST BENEFICIAL DISCOVERY ever made for ajfiiled COUGHS, ASTHMAS, -nd CONSUMPTIONS THE following

LYNCH's MEDICINE WAREHOUSE No. t-ftreet lane. THE MOST BENEFICIAL DISCOVERY ever made for ajfiiled COUGHS, ASTHMAS, -nd CONSUMPTIONS THE following

letn-r isinferted cxprefs dcfirc, to make known the world, tht ior vntues of RORBERD's BALSAMIC ELIAIR, COUGH DROPS, over all other medicines for the relief and cure of the above complaints, the inventor and pro piietor being a regular profcffional man, all aits and impofitions,
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
t ' . . ' T iwtiani "Kippers TEL EG RAP 11 MANCHESTER. The HuriDEßsriEi.D, Tadca st er, York, '

t ' . . ' T iwtiani "Kippers TEL EG RAP 11 MANCHESTER. The HuriDEßsriEi.D, Tadca st er, York, '

and Newcastle, TELEGRAPH COACH, (From the Upper Swan, Manchester,) I morning fix; arrives at the Old King's Arms, Leeds, at two o'clock in the afternoon, from whence it proceeds without delay to York, j It alfo meets at Leeds the NEWCASTLE COACH in which two places arc invariabl
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
INCOME TAX. « THE Commiffioners Appeal for the Hundred of Salford, tbe county of I.ancafter, appointed under the of the

INCOME TAX. « THE Commiffioners Appeal for the Hundred of Salford, tbe county of I.ancafter, appointed under the of the

39th year of his pre fen t Majefty's Reign, entitledan Act to repeal the Duties impofed " by an Act made in the laft feffion of Parliament, lcr ' anting an aid and contribution for the profecution "of the War,and to make more effectual provilton for the like granting certain Dut
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Ivlili Hill Calico Printing Works. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, order the Afiignee ot Meflrs Edmund John and Jonathan Haworth, late?

Ivlili Hill Calico Printing Works. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, order the Afiignee ot Meflrs Edmund John and Jonathan Haworth, late?

Calico Printers • the Houfe Mr. David Scott, the Cattle inn, Blackburn, in the county Lancafter, Thurfday the 30th day of January, 1800, between the hours four and ten iv the evening, fubject to fuch conditions as be then produced ; Lot Ift. genteel Freehold Dwelling eligibly fi
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DYE-HOUSE T.ET. DYE HOUSE, Gorton, belonging to the j Eftate Robert and John Grimfhaw, and lately occupied by Peter Reiner,

DYE-HOUSE T.ET. DYE HOUSE, Gorton, belonging to the j Eftate Robert and John Grimfhaw, and lately occupied by Peter Reiner,

with the COPPERS, and all the Utenfils for carrying on a confiderable I there a conftant Spring, and a large Refervoir the lofteft Water the Premilcs, greatly advantageous for dying Turkey Red. The Tenant may be accommodated with two or three Cottages for workmen. And to be Let
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
the Court-Room, in Fountain-ftreet, Manchefter> ENGLAND'S GLORY, THE BATTLE OF THE NILE. Admittance daily from Eleven in the Forenoon, till

the Court-Room, in Fountain-ftreet, Manchefter> ENGLAND'S GLORY, THE BATTLE OF THE NILE. Admittance daily from Eleven in the Forenoon, till

Eight the Evening. At ont Shilling each Perfon. THE various naval Exhibitions that have been brought b.fore the Public, though fome "f them are pleating to the Eye, they have all fallen far fhort of their intended purpofe, by the want of motion an Element that always changing an
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUB.iCßti' For the RELIEF the POOR, Ccl.eCled in No?. and Dtflricts, by Mr. Peter Wfight, Richard Routh and Co. January

SUB.iCßti' For the RELIEF the POOR, Ccl.eCled in No?. and Dtflricts, by Mr. Peter Wfight, Richard Routh and Co. January

Phillips & co. 21 G Fifher 1 'irrtott IO Tames Brownhill ro George Walker James Smith 7 c & Mil's Byrom Nield 0 &'!rs Gorton 4 4 Jamas Brown Rev John Clowes, Mrs Spratt c St John's John Porter Wright M Barlow 5 C Rourh 2 John Poo John Griffith 5 James Pol , 2 James Fuller c Marf
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
the Honk o» Widow George, known the Sign the Grapes, at the upper end of Oldham-ftrcet. m Manchefter, Monday the

the Honk o» Widow George, known the Sign the Grapes, at the upper end of Oldham-ftrcet. m Manchefter, Monday the

day of February, between the hours ot -tour and tlx o'clock the afternoon j Feefmiple and Inheritance of and in all that jL plot ground lying and being on the foutherly fide of Great N<;wton-ftrect, Mancheiler, and adjoining on the wcfterly fide thereof to Bengal-ftrect.— And al
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Y *n LEITH RFW **^o***'** ***'** v *M Whe hull^S^ I .IN 0»a, 7 I WILLIAM 111 and EXCHANGE *y’f&a*£*^

Y *n LEITH RFW **^o***'** ***'** v *M Whe hull^S^ I .IN 0»a, 7 I WILLIAM 111 and EXCHANGE *y’f&a*£*^

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January 4, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England