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■WHITEHALL—Jan. 7. rtoa

■WHITEHALL—Jan. 7. rtoa

■WHITEHALL— Jan. 7. rtoa Th,.- King has been pleafed to prefect the Reverend j Teh- Loxmore, Doctor in Divinity, to the place and dignity of Dears of his MajeOy's Cathedra! Church of . Crluueeflrer, void bj the Qe_eth of Doctor Jofiah Tucker, fate De.an thaeof. 'I.'i-i€ King has
January 11, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DUBLIN-Tmiiary 4.

DUBLIN-Tmiiary 4.

DUBLIN- Tmiiary 4. On Thurfday the 2d inftant, as Serjeint FtAvEL, of | the Angusfhire fencible regiment, was palling from Chapelizod to join his company at L)unbovne, he was murdered within a fliort alliance of tlie latter place. His body was thrown off the road into the river,
January 11, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INTIMA T I (7 N _, ?? Kill, Canoniate, South a, d N.rih L.itlse. ORF.ER ef his Crac. Henry Duke

INTIMA T I (7 N _, ?? Kill, Canoniate, South a, d N.rih L.itlse. ORF.ER ef his Crac. Henry Duke

cf Buccleugh, tl-.e Mit Hon. the Lord I resident of tfce Court of Session, rht Hon. the Lord Chief Baron of the Court ri Fr.chc- [he Hon. Sir John Dalrymple Hamilton M'Gi'l, Bart. cHon. Lord Methven, Ahiiitkatuks in the submission i of arbitrations, in terms ofthe act ofthe 38th
January 9, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO THE SUITOR.

TO THE SUITOR.

Whoever walks the ftreets cannot avoid feeing many poor horfes tumbling down for want of being properly rough fhod. I have lived many years iv Canada, where the winter is never of a lefs duration than five months, at the beginning of which they fnoe their horfes in the following
January 11, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
KELSO U'r-rrrr-rs? I'J-.T- I

KELSO U'r-rrrr-rs? I'J-.T- I

KELSO ?? ?? I Perlibof 171 oz ?? 01 i„ „c J; ?? (lone ?? lihs F.iieii,l,. or 1V B -ilih ltone. . P.ecf. per lib 3-.! to 6 d | p.-irk 6d to 0,1 Mutton 4d to 5 J J Veal 6d to o d
January 11, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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ANTRIM—Jan. 4.

ANTRIM—Jan. 4.

ANTRIM— Jan. 4. In confecjuence of the repeated depredations commit- ted in this county, a fubahern's detachment oi ti;e Loyal Tav Fencibles, have been fent 'to Kd.s. Ran- di'l^v.-nAAlii-hiil, nnd ?? Dog-Tax. — 1 ;_• i.ie"... Paktke i,ad iaij a vie .; eiogs; a lingular -iiat._j>e
January 13, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
OLLA PODRIDA.

OLLA PODRIDA.

w The Grand Conful hat a fumed the regrf pronoun and, no doubt, his coadjutors will the fame, even down R'.ger cos. played charmingly day," laid the bellwwi- Slo-wer to the Or gam ft EPIGRAMS. " THAT Mole upon your Cheek, dear Kitty, own is beauteous, fimll, and pretty j But, O
January 11, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
MONTHLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

MONTHLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

The mild open weather that prevailed about theclofe of tile latt and beginning of the prelent month, has enabled farmers in moll parts of the kingdom to put a much greater quantity of wheat into the ground than they expefted, which is a circumftance of the mod favourable kind; i
January 11, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

William Collier, late Reading, in the county of Berks, carpenter, dealer and chapman ; to appear Jan 6, 20, and Feb Gcor e ?' Attorney, Mr Edward Vinej, Read.ng. John Woolley, late of Romford, the county of Effex, and collar maker; to appear Jan 21, and Feb. 18, at Guildhall, Lo
January 14, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DYfi-HOUSE l_T. TH~R DYE HOUSE, at Gorton, belonging the Eftate o! Robert and John and lately occupied Peter Renier, with

DYfi-HOUSE l_T. TH~R DYE HOUSE, at Gorton, belonging the Eftate o! Robert and John and lately occupied Peter Renier, with

the COPPERS, and alt the for carrying a confidence Bufinefs; there is a conftant Spring, and a large Refervoir of-the fofteft Water on the Premifes, greatly advantageous lor dying Turkey Red. The Tenant may be accommodated with two or three Cottages for the workmen And to be Let
January 14, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England