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London, Dec. 28.

London, Dec. 28.

iwil ,- D . 28 = .. - INTELLIGENCE from FRANCE. Paris papers are received to the i6ta inft. o' The principal intelligence relates to thc ope- b rations in the wveftcrn departments and on the p; Rhine. TIhe Chouans are fuill acknowledg- o ed to be in confiderable force, but the mo
January 6, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
London, Jan. 4.

London, Jan. 4.

TM efday's and l!7edne~dnv'r Pols Lonbon, YtIll. 4- INTELLIGENCE from FRANCE. Paris papers to the 28th ult. are received. and their contents are of very confiderable importance. In the veffei that ?? thefe papers, came a courier to Gove;irnment. The Archduke has ifluhd a Circular
January 13, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
January* NOTICE to CREDITORS. TH Creditors the late Mr. JOHN CI BBS, Langtoft, are requefted fend in an Account of

January* NOTICE to CREDITORS. TH Creditors the late Mr. JOHN CI BBS, Langtoft, are requefted fend in an Account of

their refpective Debts, what foever Nature, on before the 9th Day of April next, to Mr WM GIBBS, of Thurlby; Mr. WM. HARDWICK, Deeping; or Mr R». RUBBINS, of Langtofr, Executors in Truft all Debts due to the faid John Gibbs, at the Time his Deceafe, are rcquefted to paid in by t
January 24, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
HARSH LAND\ be SOLD IN" ONE LOT, (BY MR. JOSEPH WILCCGKSON), At l/j'e lira layer's Arms, in Louth, if the

HARSH LAND\ be SOLD IN" ONE LOT, (BY MR. JOSEPH WILCCGKSON), At l/j'e lira layer's Arms, in Louth, if the

County Lined' , between the Hours of two and jour the Afternoon of WEDNESDAY the 29 t/j Day of January infant-, fuh/ert to-fucf Conditions bale as Jkall be then, produced, unlef (* dijgtjed.oj private Contract; CLOSES of rich feeding L.J I), X lying together SALT FLEETBY SAINT P
January 24, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Prizes of £30,000 - of of 10,000 others amounting to i;o,oor>l. SWIFT and Co. No. POULTRY, refpeclfully inform the Public,

Prizes of £30,000 - of of 10,000 others amounting to i;o,oor>l. SWIFT and Co. No. POULTRY, refpeclfully inform the Public,

that theunufual Amount capital Prizes in the ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY, has created extraordinary a Demand for Tickets 1 Shares, leave no Doubt a confiderable A Ivance in the Prices as the Drawing approaches, tnercfore they recommend-an early Pur chafe, A REAL ADT A STAGE. The Liber
January 3, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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JSTAMP-OFFICE, SOMERSET-PLACE, December 1799. WE, his Majefty's Commifhoners for managing the S'amp Duties, duly authtirifed the Lords Comrnilfioners of his

JSTAMP-OFFICE, SOMERSET-PLACE, December 1799. WE, his Majefty's Commifhoners for managing the S'amp Duties, duly authtirifed the Lords Comrnilfioners of his

Majefty'sTreafurv, purfuant to Act of Parliament, to let 10 Farm the Duties granted by " .An Acl the 2jth his pre" fent Majefty, on Horfes let Hire tor travelling " Pott and Time," do hereby give Notice, That we intend let, at our Office in Ssmrrfet'-place, the faid Duties farm,
January 3, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLN. January 30.

LINCOLN. January 30.

On W was married, Mr. Alexander Mackenzie, Sheffield, Mifs Bell, of Grimefthorpc. Sunday fe'nnight died Durham, Mr. J. Cawdell, aged .50, upwards xo years manager of the Durham, Sunderland and Scarborough company of comedians. Sunday laft died, Mr. Oglefbv, refpctftable butcher,
January 31, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARCH 3, ISOO, The STATE-LOTTERY commences Drawing. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCKL, and Co. prcfumed ro offer opinion to their Friends, and the

MARCH 3, ISOO, The STATE-LOTTERY commences Drawing. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCKL, and Co. prcfumed ro offer opinion to their Friends, and the

Public in general, Jail September, that tlve Tickets would advance. Since which they have and arc vow, January 16th Tickets - Half - - So Fourth - - Eighth - * 230 Sixteenth - They them they will rife much farther to the Drawing, and there is not tire s>roba»ility fall: an early
January 20, 1800 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
COUNCIL. OT STATE

COUNCIL. OT STATE

The Confute oi" the Republic dcctee : Arr. I. The Council ye State is composed cf from thirty to 11. It 1 ru's itself into a General Assembly, and divides it- 111. The General Assembly cannot be held hur on being convened by the Consuls, it has for its President the First Cou'id
January 4, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
anocp.s, »re. Js

anocp.s, »re. Js

ARMj OF ENGLAND, CESERAL ORDERS OF THE 22D DEC £ 213 F ft. The General in Chief hailens to arnoi.nce that it has been agreed upon, v.ith the Chiefs ot' t!iC ir.iurger.t?, that tr.ere {hall b^ no requilition of money, nor that any of thofe already impofed lhaU be carried into ef-
January 4, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland