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STOLEN, Out of Piece of Ground, the parifh Burford, in the county Salop, on Night, the Fifth Auguft, BAY MARK,

STOLEN, Out of Piece of Ground, the parifh Burford, in the county Salop, on Night, the Fifth Auguft, BAY MARK,

of the Saddle kind; •*■ riling fix years old ; about hands high ; hasa little mixture of grey hairs all over the body ; a fmall flar in the forehead ; a fhort thick black mane, much fretted by rubbing; a fprig tail; and a blcmifh one her fore legs under the knee.—The above Mare
September 10, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CITY OF HEREFORD. TO LET, And may Entered on immediate!v. HOUSE and ALT-HOUSE,fitu•*• ■*■ ate in Wycbiidge-flreet, in this city,,

CITY OF HEREFORD. TO LET, And may Entered on immediate!v. HOUSE and ALT-HOUSE,fitu•*• ■*■ ate in Wycbiidge-flreet, in this city,,

and in the occupation of Mr. Price. For paiticulais enquire Mr. Richard Barrol, Mercer, High- Town. CA R MAR THENS purfuancc a Handing Order the Houlc Commons, Notice is hereby riven. That application will be made at the next Seffion Parliament, for leave to extend the terms and
September 10, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
The languid eye longer views Stern Winter's defoliting pow'r; It brightens as tlie Spring renews Each tender plant and blooming

The languid eye longer views Stern Winter's defoliting pow'r; It brightens as tlie Spring renews Each tender plant and blooming

flow'r. Come Fancy, tread the flow'ry glade, To joy let's pivc the fportive day j Or court the Mufes' facred Ihade, "left with Apollo's genial ray. thee, fwefct Spring, the warbling throng Addrefs tluir foft enchanting lays ; Thy Zephyrs mild the (train* prolong, And wanton thro
May 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Confufion and fhame thy foft deftroy— And terror cuts off the weak bloffom of joy. Ah, had I been bleft

Confufion and fhame thy foft deftroy— And terror cuts off the weak bloffom of joy. Ah, had I been bleft

with thy beauty, my fair, XVich fondeft attention—with delicate care My heart would have tried all thy fears to remove, And phtck'd cv'ry thorn from the rofts of love ? infolent rival, more proud his right, Contemns the fweet office—that foul de. light! tender he feizes thy lips
May 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONTHLY STATEMENT.

MONTHLY STATEMENT.

THE retribution Jrorct, EXCLUSIVE OF THE HIRED ARMED VESStLS, -Which are chiefly employed in protecting the Coasting Trad: ot Great Britain. Line! 50 's Frg. I Sps. !Tot. port and fitting _ j 243 Guard shirs, Hospital ships, .and Prison ships, nt the o 40 several ports y the Eng
April 7, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
NEW PATENTS.

NEW PATENTS.

For a method of making Pattens. vJr A Parent has been granted to Mr Jethro Hornblower, of the pariih Kenwyne, in Cornwall, for a method of making pattens, by altering the and lumlinefs thtir nuke, and preventing their frequent break' '' and to the feet. In this contrivance, of t
October 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE SAVAGE OF AVEYRON.

THE SAVAGE OF AVEYRON.

VERY extraordinary boy has found in the woods of Avcyron. ' ve d Paris (hort time ago, p 1& entrufted to the care of the in' abbe Sicard, the mafter of the i ar Dumb School. The boy i , never to have uttered yet an ICu found, nor even to his moll urgent wants. He makes noile lik
October 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ON CORRECTNESS.

ON CORRECTNESS.

"it °nverfations that turn upon i*f £ polite literature among ra . nations of Europe, one v ' ; g lo frequently comk l ' le incorretfnefs of our s » l u. U,: '' ors ' And of all our neigh*rench are univerfally actjBed our fuperiors in this rer l ' lC degree. I have to O^e genera
October 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

RUSSIA. The conduct of the Emperor Paul continues to extremely equivocal; fui, while he is, alVembling two large armies in Volhynia and Lithuania, amouniing together men, apparently fupport our Ally the Jimperor of Germany, in his renewed to the French, he had ilYued from Riga a
October 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Jnf-wer to a mandate fent by tie Surveyor of the •windows.. carriages, life- to each firmer, or* dering him to

Jnf-wer to a mandate fent by tie Surveyor of the •windows.. carriages, life- to each firmer, or* dering him to

fend a f'gned HJi of bis Servants, "wheel-carriages, and whether marri.J man *r bachelor, and what children bad. BY ROBERT BURNS. SIR, as your mandate did requeft, fend you here a fairhfu' lilt, horfes, fervants, carts iiid free to aith.
October 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland