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LENT CIRCUIT ASSIZES.

LENT CIRCUIT ASSIZES.

Home —Baron Hotham and Juige Heath. Norfolk —Lord Chief Justice Eldon and Judge Grose. Western— Judge Buller and Judge Lawrence. Northern —Lord Chief Justice Kcnyon and Judge Rooke. Oxford —Baron Thompson and Judge Le Blanc. Midland —Lord Chief Baron Macdonald and Baron Chambre.
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
VIDE, LEGE et CREDE.

VIDE, LEGE et CREDE.

Case oJ]k Mis Vauchan, Esq. (late Banker) Park- Street, Bristol, who has very laudably gictn Permission to its being made Public for the good the AJlicted HE Years of Age, and acknowledges with Gratitude that he has received infinite Benefit from seven Bottles of the CORDIAL BAL
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Marker Herald.

Marker Herald.

MONDAY'S MARKET. Corn Exchange. Jan. '17. We had but a scanty supply wheat this morning, sale of which dry fine) was brisk, and prices higher. —Having had a large arrival Barley since this day sennight, and the expectation the distilleries being prices have declined in consequen
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PROJECTED COMMERCIAL REVO-.LUTION.

PROJECTED COMMERCIAL REVO-.LUTION.

PROJECTED COMMERCIAL REVO- LUTION. The following outline is furnii-ird by a gentleman who lately came from France, where he enjoyed the privileges of Ameri- can citizenlkip, and was in habits of in- timacy with fome' of the perfons attached to the Government. The plan appears ro-
December 12, 1807 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
London, saturdat, Nov. 28.

London, saturdat, Nov. 28.

i The Gazette of last night contains an Order of Council, which adverts to the Order of the i nh inst. respecting the trade with the enemy, declares the different periods at which notice shall be deemed to be given to all persons who may be affected by that Order, as follows : —
December 5, 1807 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
CATHARINA AND RIO tO* DE JANEIRO. The remarkably fine, fast-sailing JmM^* CHILHAM CASTLE, \fcfi*[i&[ HENRY MOSSOP, Master. 410 tons, per

CATHARINA AND RIO tO* DE JANEIRO. The remarkably fine, fast-sailing JmM^* CHILHAM CASTLE, \fcfi*[i&[ HENRY MOSSOP, Master. 410 tons, per

register, is only oke dd »« c«pper ed alM * copper fastened, mounts "* f " wijft euas, and has small arms and men ?? ifl.r»#§^- to » ntwersbse* siK w:11 m<»*t likely sail with convoy, but has a •1,,-n-e t« 15° s,,, 8 , y- ' ' ' j. _, t^ight or passage apply to the Captain, on Kn
March 12, 1808 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
LANCASTER,

LANCASTER,

MARCH 12. f(3T The order to discontinue the Lottery advertise- ment, in our first page, came toe late to be noticed this %ceck —We hope that our friends at a Aistnnce will tmbrvee the opportunity ajfordea then, by their friends attending at the ensuing Assises, of' dis- charging
March 12, 1808 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS. On Wednesday sennight, the Lady of Edward Rishton, Esq. of a son, at Ebwick Lodge, near Garstang. ' MARRIED.

BIRTHS. On Wednesday sennight, the Lady of Edward Rishton, Esq. of a son, at Ebwick Lodge, near Garstang. ' MARRIED.

On the 29th ult. at Stalmin, Mr. M'Gowan, of Liverpool, surgeon, to Miss Butcher, of Preesall., On the 22d ult at Leigh, Mr. James Leign, sou of Robert Leigh, Esq. of Kenvon, to Miss Pa»t, daughter of Samuel Fart, Esq of Atherton Lodge. On the 25th ult. at Manchester, Mr. Wm. Gr
March 12, 1808 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE; London, Wednefday Evening, March Q, 1808. We bave had a report in circulation, dur- ing the whole of this day, faid to have found its way through Holland, tbat Mr. Role and Mr. Erlkine, are both on the way home from America, all negociation having ceafed
March 12, 1808 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
LANCASTER ASSIZES

LANCASTER ASSIZES

At our Assizes, which commence on Wednesday next, before the Hon Justice Lawrence and the Hon. Justice ke Blanc, the following prisoners are to take their trials :— Jonas Kay and Matthew Boyle, for burglary at Manchester. Samuel Stott, forgery at Manchester. Nathan Walker and Mo
March 12, 1808 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England