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British Parliament.

British Parliament.

'r -- - ?? 33ritiob,-? puffaimut, H .OUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY, JUNE 23. Some Bills were received from the Commons, and read a firlt time. Thofe on the Table were advanced in their feveral fages. TUESDAY, JUNE 24; The Bills upon the Table were advanced in their rerptetive Itages. Lor
June 30, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MOR SALE, A Quantity of EXCELLEN;T CYDER, A 7in Sged. App ly at the Mitre Tavern, Town of Portfea. TO BE SOL1D BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, STRONG_-BUILT HOUSE, No.47, ,AXon the N~orth-fide of' K;ig-ftlect, To'ivn of Pornfea.' For particulars apply at the Mitre Tavern, Portfea. O BE SOLD
June 30, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HIGH TREASON.

HIGH TREASON.

HiGH TREASO.Y. lei fbo THE KING AGAINST JAMES HADFIEL.D. pe MIDDLSt X.-Be it rememberc-d, That on MIVonday w next, after the morrow of the Afcenfion of our Wv Lord, in the fortizth year of the reign of our So- an vereign Lord George the Third, by the Grace of G G d, of Great Brit
June 30, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LAW.

LAW.

LA~7, COURT OF"KING'S BENCtH juint t~i CRIM. CON. X s OOLZ .erJfus HEWITr. Z a s This eat an Action brought againlft the Defindant, . lvho is'i' Tavern-Keeper in the City-of London, for Adultery with the Plaintiff's Wife. The damages were laid at 20001. The Detendant fuffered jud
June 30, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

T. Smallbones, of Mary-le-bone, carpenter. Jacob alias John Debec, ofSun-ftreet, merchant. A. Cheap and A. Loughan, of Swithin's-lane, merch. J. Williams, of Burford, Oxford, corn factor. J. Sampfon, Bartholomew London, jeweller. R. of Love-lane, wine and brandy-merchant. J. RoL
February 22, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
From Mr: P. COX, of Funhridge, to the Proprietor of SPILSBTJRY's ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, No. 15, SOUO SqUARK. IN fny lafl

From Mr: P. COX, of Funhridge, to the Proprietor of SPILSBTJRY's ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, No. 15, SOUO SqUARK. IN fny lafl

mentioned to you the knowledge of feveral refpecTable perfons who have been relieved by the affiftance SPIESBURY's DROPS, and alfo to their having no objection to your being made acquainted with the fuccefs them, at the fame time are unwilling that their names fhould be rhade pu
April 8, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER, April 8.

MANCHESTER, April 8.

Attht Weekly Board atthe Infirmary yefterday, the following patients were discharged &, admitted, viz. In patients difcharg-7 patients admitted cured Out-patients alio ad , Made Out-Patients 7 mitterd laft week \ Out-patients ddchargcd Home-Patients alio cured the lad week Made
April 8, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
From the Evening Posts and Daily Papers, Jan. 21.

From the Evening Posts and Daily Papers, Jan. 21.

LONDON, Jan. 21. The difpatches which we announced to have been received from the French government on Saturday, were not figncd by Bonaparte, but Talleyrand, the Minifter lor Foreign Affairs. They have not yet been publiffied officially, but the of their contents have been allo
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Friday’s and Saturday’s Posts.

Friday’s and Saturday’s Posts.

J J From tbe Evening Polls and Da**} Pilfers, Jan. LONDON, January «. STATE PAPERS. Secoxd Letter from tit Minificr fir Foreign Affairs Paiis, xnitp tbe accompanying inclofurt ; AND THE ANSWER Returned tbe Right Hen: Lord Gritiville, bis \lajef.y s Secretary of State for Foreign
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Abraham Mcndcs Pereira and Hermcnegild Caftellaln of Old Bethlem, London, merchants, copartners, dealers and chapmen ; to appear Jan 18, ?.8, and Feb Itl at Guildhall, Leaden. Attornies, Meffrs. Douce ' and Riyington, Fenchurch-buildings, London Walford, Manchelfer, in the count
January 28, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England