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To Boarding Schools, and Families. CHILBLAINS, Even when turned black, are abfolutely cured by a few applications of the Fluid

To Boarding Schools, and Families. CHILBLAINS, Even when turned black, are abfolutely cured by a few applications of the Fluid

Lflence. ufed as directed it never has, and never can fail fpcedily to difperfe the chilled blood, and rcltore the circulation. It al. ways be applied when the feet arc C »IJ and damp, w when the tormenting uching comes on. adopting this method they may certainly prevented. ***
January 13, 1800 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

LONDON, January it. GOVERNMENT yefterday received Difpatches from the jvlediterranean, faid to be of an important nature ; but as their contents have'not tranfpired, can only hope that they are not unfavourable. —On the contrary, report has ftated that they bring an account of th
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
PRICE of STOCKS.

PRICE of STOCKS.

Rank Stock .-. i«4 J Imp. per Cents. .59 pei Cent Red. South Sea Stock . —- 3 perCt. Conf.6ii_ exd. India Stock . i93iexd. Conf. . 76.1 ,s •• per Ct. Ann. . . 9041 Excheq. Bills . .
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NORTHAMPTON.

NORTHAMPTON.

Saturday Evening, Jan.w. Colle&ed for the benefit of the General Infirmary, after a fermon preached the s. Rev! Mr. Bifliop, at Cold-Higham - 44° At and, - H
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
of Northampton, The Bread. to wit. \ the nth Day of January, 1800, lor the Town, take Place on Monday

of Northampton, The Bread. to wit. \ the nth Day of January, 1800, lor the Town, take Place on Monday

next, the 13th Day ot January, and to in force feven Days for the faid Town of North* - lb. 02. dr. The Sixpenny Loaf, Wheaten, is to weigh Ditto, Houlehohl, weigh ja ja The Loaf, *0 weigh - - . Ditto, Houfchold, is weigh - 'S GEO. Mayor.
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A PRATER.

A PRATER.

tor the First of January* iBco. By RICHARD CUMBERLAND, O Lord God Almighty, Creator of all hints, and Difpofer all Events, lock down with mercy this World of thine, now in this and period, when after the revolution eighteen "centuries, the blelled light ot thy Redemption was vou
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
From RICHARD MARNELL, Esq.

From RICHARD MARNELL, Esq.

To Mr. Apothecary, No, 4, Sir, The LORD CHIEF BARON having done me the honour to Rate his eldoft Sou's Cafe, and recommended that my Son fliould try your WORM LOZENGES, as their Cafes were ani!ai;pus, did ft laR June, and to my great happinefs found immediate relief, and has, ta
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
To be SOLD by AUCTION, RICHARD SMITH, At the Sien the Swan, in near Thrapfton, Northamptonthire, Monday the loth Day

To be SOLD by AUCTION, RICHARD SMITH, At the Sien the Swan, in near Thrapfton, Northamptonthire, Monday the loth Day

of January, 1800, Three o'Cteck in tiie Afternoon, Lot i. Freehold MESSUAGE or FARM-HOUSE, with convenient Barns, Stables, Yards, Garden, and other Appurtenances thcreao belonging, in RINGSTEAD aforefaid ; alio a rich CLOSE and ORCHARD near adjoining, containing about one Acie a
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
To SOLD, At Caldecoti*, thcPariJb A RICK of extraordinary good OLD HAY, j Containing twenty Ton or more> either the

To SOLD, At Caldecoti*, thcPariJb A RICK of extraordinary good OLD HAY, j Containing twenty Ton or more> either the

Lump or Hundred. For Particulars, enquire ot John Pain, of Caldecott aforefaid. MEARS-ASHBY, NorthampronOiire. Freehold Ejlate. SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, undivided MOIETY, or equal HALF PART of MESSUAGK, TENEMENT, FARM-HOUSE, with convenient Barns Out - buildings; und ot TWO CLO
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LADIES BOARDING SCHOOL, NO RTHAMPTON, MRS. and Mifs PRE AXES refpectfully inform their Fiiends and the Public, their SCHOOL commences

LADIES BOARDING SCHOOL, NO RTHAMPTON, MRS. and Mifs PRE AXES refpectfully inform their Fiiends and the Public, their SCHOOL commences

again January 20th. B. A Vacancy for Halt-Boarder. Boarding School, Northampton. MRS. DENT refpeftfully informs her Friends that her SCHOOL opens again on Moi'day, January 20th. January 9, 1800. DAVENTRY, Jan. 8, ISOO. MISS ROGERS and Mifs JONES return their fiucere Thanks their
January 11, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England