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Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

LCNDON, THURSDAY, MINISTERS are have received a copy of a letter the Aichduke John to the Council of War, at Vienna, giving an account of the unfortunate battle 3d inft. at the fame time that the difpatch of Mr. on that IjubjeCt Came hand. His Highnels's account, which dated the
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
HEREFORD, WEDNESDAY. D EC. 31. Thurfday Was married, at Mr. Paul Mullow, to Mrs. Hopkins, widow Mr. Hopkins, late Attorney

HEREFORD, WEDNESDAY. D EC. 31. Thurfday Was married, at Mr. Paul Mullow, to Mrs. Hopkins, widow Mr. Hopkins, late Attorney

at Law, that place. On WednHday 'all died, in the 820 year of his age, the Rev. Gibbons Bagnall, A. M. Canon our upwards years Rector Horn Rector alfo this county, and hxincriy Head-Mafler of the College School, this city.— He was a gentleman of truly amiable-manners ; and havin
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S POST CONCLUDED.

FRIDAY'S POST CONCLUDED.

LONDON GAZETTE. DOWN ING-STREET, DEC. 23. A difpatch, of which the following is extract, dared head-quarters, Muhldorff the Inn, Thurlday, 4th December 1800, has been received from William Wickbam, Elq. by the Right Hon. Lord Grenville, his Majelty's Principal Secretary of State
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
For the Rhetimatifms and Colds which prevail at this feafon the year, no medicine fo.fate and, efficacious as Or. James'

For the Rhetimatifms and Colds which prevail at this feafon the year, no medicine fo.fate and, efficacious as Or. James'

s Analeptic tills. —Their peculiar tendency promote Perlpiiation, and ail the natural lecretions, will account for their Angular virtues in thefc complaints, as well as in many others which the human frame is liable from the viriflitudes our climate. They are admirablycalcuiated
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
TO CREDITORS. Creditors of JOHN STAN* FORD, late the Park, but now of Leominfter, Gentleman, are requeued immediately to fend

TO CREDITORS. Creditors of JOHN STAN* FORD, late the Park, but now of Leominfter, Gentleman, are requeued immediately to fend

a particular of their Claims upon him, to Mr. Thomas Coleman, of■ Leominfter, in order that the fame may put a train of liquidation. Dec. 20, 1800. SHROPSHIRE. TO BE LET TO THE BEST BIDDER, the Market-Houfe, Ludlow, on Tuefday, the Sixth day of January, 1801, at Twelve o'clock i
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 

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No. 26, CORNfciLL, LONDON j LIVERPOOL, AND EXETER. PIGOT DIAMOND TICKETS Are felling, at Two Guineas each, By HORNSBY and

No. 26, CORNfciLL, LONDON j LIVERPOOL, AND EXETER. PIGOT DIAMOND TICKETS Are felling, at Two Guineas each, By HORNSBY and

Co. The Prize is valued at and is to determined by the Drawing of the prefent Englifh Lottery.—lt will be the Fird-diawn Ticket of the Numbers from to 11,428, inclufive. The only Diamonds that ever were difpoled by Lottery were fold by ?nd Co. in the year 1774, at old-cftabhflie
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CREDITORS AND DEBTORS. ALL Perfons having Demands on the Eftate and Effcasof the late Mr. THOMAS ' &ITCHARD, the Red

CREDITORS AND DEBTORS. ALL Perfons having Demands on the Eftate and Effcasof the late Mr. THOMAS ' &ITCHARD, the Red

Inn, in the town of Builth, Breconfhirc, are defired to fend Particulars thereof without delay, to Mr. David ritchard, of Builth aforefaid and all Perfons lr to the faid Eftate and Effects, are refuefted forthwith to pay the amount of luch Debts to Mr. David Pritchard, who is du
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
"THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, * Leominfter, will be opened again on Monday, January 26, 1801. The flan Initruction purfuedin this School,

"THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, * Leominfter, will be opened again on Monday, January 26, 1801. The flan Initruction purfuedin this School,

combines the refpective advantages of public and private Tuition, and is adapted to the varied Departments ProfelTional and Mercantile Lite. The Terms may be obtained by applying to-the Rev. Jonathan Williams, A.M. Lcominlter. Dec. 29, 1800. HEREFORDSHIRE. \X7"HEREAS on Saturday
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CITY OF HRREFOKD. a '-'g the and X principal Inhabitants, held [his day. at the City-Arms Hotel, public notice cotifider

CITY OF HRREFOKD. a '-'g the and X principal Inhabitants, held [his day. at the City-Arms Hotel, public notice cotifider

the belt means lor the POOR , ftt&i v/,-That in order to the of (;,arn, and ai , v other wholemme and approved foec.es moment employed for Relief the Poor inhab,-' tarns the fix panfhes this city, t direction a Committee .: pointed. That genera] Subfcription to give eff-a to the
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
SHROPSHIRE. I TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Very dclirable Freehold Eftate, called LLANHEDRICK, confuting of Acres within a

SHROPSHIRE. I TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Very dclirable Freehold Eftate, called LLANHEDRICK, confuting of Acres within a

ring fence: plcafantly the rich and fertile Vale of Bickton, immediately above Clunn, and three miles diflant from Bifliop's-Caftle. This Ellatc is Meadow and Paftnrc Land; has a great command water, is handfomely timbcied, and has a valuable Right Common that extenfive and impo
December 31, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England