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HOUSE of LORDS.

HOUSE of LORDS.

Monday, July 38. THE Royal Affent was given Commifiion to the) three Bills for railing 9,500,0001. by Exchequer Bills their Private Property BUI; the Hop portion Duty Bill; the Bill for preventing Frauds in, the Sale of Hops the High Treafon Regulation Bill; the Infane Cultody B
August 5, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE of COMMONS.

HOUSE of COMMONS.

Monday, July 28. Finance —The order the day being read for refuming the debute upon the financial refolutioiis lately laid before the Houfe. The Chancellor of the Exchequer proceeded to move various refolutions, which were feverally put and agreed to—among which were following.
August 5, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE of RECOVERY.

HOUSE of RECOVERY.

HOUSE RECOVERY. Admitted 16.—D:ichar.;ed, cured, 1* Dead I—Rcmiin the 10. Manc/jcjl.r Report.' Number the 36? paid to and regular Poor £~'7- Ditto Baftardy and Orphans Mirried.—Oi\ Thuifday fe'nnight, the Right Hon. Lord Amherft, to the Coumefs of Plymouth—-uiaruc day, Mr Nichol'
August 5, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ARMORIAL' f™VF memorial Bearing Certificate., the June, ijjoQ, and ending the lBor, are low granting the following offices and places.

ARMORIAL' f™VF memorial Bearing Certificate., the June, ijjoQ, and ending the lBor, are low granting the following offices and places.

Ai: chargeable and neglecting the fame incur of twenty pounds, half which goes to the informer, the other the poor cf the where the offence is committed. Two Quineas, , By any perfbn keeping a coach other carriage up. winch any duty under the management the pommiffioncrslor the
August 5, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LlanfaJ-Tum, in Carmcrthenjhire '. TO BE SOLD AUCTION. the Cafiic Inn, in the town Llandovery, the faid county, Saturday, the

LlanfaJ-Tum, in Carmcrthenjhire '. TO BE SOLD AUCTION. the Cafiic Inn, in the town Llandovery, the faid county, Saturday, the

Firft day of March next, between the hours of .Three and Five in the altcrnoon, Subject to fuch Conditions Sale as all be then and there produced, that elTuage, tenement, and ■*■ Lands, with the Appurtenances, called CWM-LLYNFL , containing by admeafurcment One Hundred and Seven
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 

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No. it, POULTRY, LONDON. 2 Prizes of £".30,000 I 3 Prices of £".10,000 3— of 20,000 of 5,000 And others

No. it, POULTRY, LONDON. 2 Prizes of £".30,000 I 3 Prices of £".10,000 3— of 20,000 of 5,000 And others

to great amount. SWIFT AND CO. At their Old State.Lottery Office above, are fcliing Tickets and >hares in the prefent Lottery, and pay Prizes on demand. As the prices have rifen, and will continue to rife (the caufc of v.hich the former Advrrtifements from this Houfe have explai
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. LL Perfons who have any Claim on the Eflatc of Mr. JOHN BAYLEY, of Leominller, are immediately,

DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. LL Perfons who have any Claim on the Eflatc of Mr. JOHN BAYLEY, of Leominller, are immediately,

10 fend account thereof to Mr. F. Edwards, Leominffci: Thole who (Kind indebted to Mr. John Bayfey, are dehred, immediately, to pay the amount thereof the faid Mr. Edwards, who duly authori/.ed receive the fame. Feb. 17, 1800. Brecknock and Abergavenny CANAL. NOTICS IS HEREBY CI
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CARMAR THENSTiIRE. To be. percmptor.iy L D by AUCTION, IIt.NRV CHILD, At tbe Dwelling-houfc John Powell, Inn■ keeper, known hy

CARMAR THENSTiIRE. To be. percmptor.iy L D by AUCTION, IIt.NRV CHILD, At tbe Dwelling-houfc John Powell, Inn■ keeper, known hy

of. the Falcon, fituate in the town Llaneily, the county of Carmarthen, on ThurhJay. the Fifth day of March next, the houis of Two and four trie afternoon of faid day, Subject inch Conditions Sale as lhall be then and there produced, fodon-ing FREEHOLD ESTATES: lot 1. A that Mef
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
ARCHITECTURE- This day were > Elcganttyl engraved Aquatints. »» ate Scenery, on 34 Plates. Quarto, hoards, f.ji' TINTS for A

ARCHITECTURE- This day were > Elcganttyl engraved Aquatints. »» ate Scenery, on 34 Plates. Quarto, hoards, f.ji' TINTS for A

ing of Original FARM-HOUSES, VILLAS, Ac. |ai l£ll nainental ; with. Plans to each ; attention is paid to unite Convcnh* ' Q with Cfcconotny. Including e TOWN HOUSES. BY D. ARCHITECT AND SURVEY • , jj» Print-,-! for J. Taylor, the brary, No. High Holborn, ,,d here may had, lately
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
IPSWICH. March 8.

IPSWICH. March 8.

The General Seflions of the Peace^r this bo- rough will be held on ihe Moor-hall on fhe 1 7th inft. Yeflerday fe'nnight his Royal Highntfi; tfce Hereditary Prince of Orange dined with Lady Minto and Lady Malmefbury, at Lowcfloft. A fecond and liberal fubfcrip'.relr has* been fct
March 8, 1800 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England