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LM OF GILEAD.

LM OF GILEAD.

GILEAD. Ir. WUh.tNi lufc l-iirkff \! t 'JfHh Juw, IUDJ. this neigh* ■al year* laboured under a ta* •Jt spirits, wliico rendered lurp bodily or mental exurtiot.: atfvicc of several «>t' abilities, yet d he grew worse, and • mptom of persr.n in the • * hi* countenance was pal.* » l
March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
4. A SECOND EOmO.V OF

4. A SECOND EOmO.V OF

Dissertation on the Prophecies; That hav* been luiftiitd, art now fulnlling, or will hercafur fulfilled, relative to the great Period of Vcars; the Papal and Mohammedan Apostasies, the Tyrannical Reign of Antichrist, or the Infidel Power, and the Restoration the Jews. By Gt'.OHG
March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
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March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
H I)A Y’s POST.

H I)A Y’s POST.

AVKXV, • FHWA Y. MARCII 6. TO important intelligence laid before oat TeatTdrt iu our firat anil last pages, wt have little add which cait serves throw farther light the operations and positions of the contending armies. The subjoined abort and general RuileMn, received from Hamb
March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
MARKET CHRONICLE

MARKET CHRONICLE

ClOCttTt*,S*tu)iUv,March". Wheat, best,lts. Sd. second, 10s. third, <K. Ad. Barrey 4s. 9d. toot. Pd. Beans, old At. 6d. to Ts. Od.; new 6s. Od. to 6s, Bd. Oats, 3s. Sd. to 4s. Bd.{ per -astomary bushel gallons. Devises, March 4. Wheat, 365. Od. 435. per sack. Barley, 375. Od. to
March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CLOCESTERSHIRE,

CLOCESTERSHIRE,

T 0 LF.T, and entered upon I.ady-day X next,—A Convenient and Roomy ME&SGAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, situate at Ksngstarley, the ccvnty of with good adjoining. Back-kitchen, Biew-house, and Wash-house also, a Malt-house and Bake-house adjoining the said Dwelling-House; the Mail-house
March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CHELTENHAM!

CHELTENHAM!

TO BE SOLD AUCTION, By Mr. NEWBURY, (Without reserveor. Tuesday, the day of March, 180T, at the King's Head Inn, between Ihe hours Seven and Eight in the Evening;— A desirable Leasehold DWELLING-HOUSE, in an unfinished state, situate ihe upper end Chapelstreet, known the name of
March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
WILKS'S ASSIGN MS ST.

WILKS'S ASSIGN MS ST.

TXTHEREAS GILES WILKS,of CMfenbam, V f in the county ol Glocester, Hotel-keeper, hath by Indenture bearing date the h day ot February last, assigned over all his Estate and Effects to Trustees for the benefit of his Creditors, such of them, shall execute the said indenture on or
March 9, 1807 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY.

COURT OF CHANCERY.

COURT CHANCERY. Nov. 1 8.—The period fixed the Lord Chancellor for allowing Mr.Sheridan and the proprietors of Drufy-lane Theatre" to come te an iKahle arrangement with Mfcflrs. Ford and Ham* mcrflev having expired without any final accommodation, die came again this day under th
November 23, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
MANOR WlfeßEAfc the Game . the Manor has been lately much destroyed Per* tons trespassing thereon, under the Pretence oi

MANOR WlfeßEAfc the Game . the Manor has been lately much destroyed Per* tons trespassing thereon, under the Pretence oi

CoortnJ and Shooting. All qualified Gentlemen are requested refrain from sporting the said Manor ; and all unqualified Person* coursing thereon, will be prosecuted as (h« Law at, Manor Sutton Hants. WHEREAS the FARM ahd LAND* in my Occupation , Sutton Scot net aforesaid, have la
November 23, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England