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LONDON.

LONDON.

PARLIAMENTAR Y INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thurfiay, March 6. SCARCITY" OF GRAIN. Lord Hawkefbury brought up the report of the committee appointed to enquire as to the deficient ftate of year's crop. The report was received and referred a committee of the whole Houfe. The fo
March 14, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

tONDON, T March 13. the King And Royal Family* both Parliament, attended divine Paris papers down to the date the • have been received. The campaign the is open fpeedily, where the Auftrians will op? 0-]-'' the grand army, headed Lon..p.. -- himfelf.—The Archduke Charles, are al
March 14, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Stamford, Friday, March 14.

Stamford, Friday, March 14.

The advertifcinent the Meeting the Grantham troop o. \eomanrv Cavalry did not arrive in time , r ir, lertion in laft A-eek's Mefcurv ; neither did ,| ie ,° ri 'bfcontinue two advertifeinents page of this paper, for proper attention be paid to them. Gfi uefday feYfnight was marri
March 14, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Stamford, Friday, Feb. 14.

Stamford, Friday, Feb. 14.

SHERIFFS, appointed by bis Mcijejly in Council for the year 1800. b'lfcrdn.'ire. —John of Weftoning,' Efq. Lamb, and Hunt. —Richard Hetley, of Alwalton, Efq. Derby/hire. —Enfebtus Horton, of Cattcn, Efq. Lricejin;fire. - Podponed- LivoJnJhire.- —hkithaniel Mancroft Lyfter, of Ba
February 14, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Market Herald.

Market Herald.

MONDAY, FEB. JO. CU.RRENT PRICE CRAIN. Wheat, to lOS.S. Hoilers, 80s. to 86s. ine, lis! to ts. Suffolk, 88s. od. K>e, 70s. 7 js. od. Small beansf 48s. to sBs. Barlev Dried, 635. Tine. 50s. 60s. Ticks, jts. to jts. Superfine, 645. 68s. Di'to dried, j6s. Malt, 50s. 60s. Oats, 225.
February 14, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
STAMFORD CORPUS FAIR will the SIXTEENTH" of JUNElnft. NOT on the T*• ENTY-T INR I»,' the l.iit Fairs. ST D,

STAMFORD CORPUS FAIR will the SIXTEENTH" of JUNElnft. NOT on the T*• ENTY-T INR I»,' the l.iit Fairs. ST D,

June, s tBoo. - SEA BATHING. COACH-AND-HORSES INN, f I'ESTON SItOKR. TPLUMMER, returns Thanks to his Friends and the Public tor Favors conferred ttye laft Seafon, and begs Leave to them, that Attention his Part (hall be wanting to make his Moufe, every Accommodation, agreeable.
June 13, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Philip Conilabie, BiUiter-laue, London, teaman, dealer and chapman.—Thomas Lurcott, late of Charles-It reet, Tottenham-court.roach the pari.h of St. Pancras, in the county Widdlefex, baker, dealer and chapman—Charles Henry Hunt, late upon-Avon, the county of Warwick, money-fcriv
July 25, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOUSE of LORDS, Monday, July 21.

HOUSE of LORDS, Monday, July 21.

FLOUR COMPANY BILL. Upon the for the fecond reading this bill, Lord Liverpool faid had never heard the bill until was introduced into the Houfe of Commons, and had become friertd to-it from the thorough convidlion that fomething was necsfiury done, and that this carried probabil
July 25, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Boys of the Second, or Mr Duncan's Class, of the Grammar School, have contributed 3l. 2s. to the

The Boys of the Second, or Mr Duncan's Class, of the Grammar School, have contributed 3l. 2s. to the

aberberm The Boys of the Second, or Mr Dunca;n's C'afs the Grammar School, have contributed 31. ?? to K public kitchen. The Corporation of Taylors have given SI. to ii. public kitchen, and ,1. to the fick mal's friend foci., the Corporation of Wrights and Coopers, lol. to Coal fo
February 17, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

P armtaillentavp fiJteltlgei3tc. HOUSE OF COMMONS AMonday, bMer> 26. f Leave was given for a bill to permit the ofe of horfe hides in boots and fhoes. In a Committee, the fum of 566,6881. was voted for defraying the charge of 2,ooo muen to be t furnijfed by the Eletor of Bavaria,
June 9, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland