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. Train ROB EAR 1.. Mr. CHING, Agolhccarv, Cheapfi3«, Lcndon. SIR, I itmleriland from mv that the Effetft your VVoirn

. Train ROB EAR 1.. Mr. CHING, Agolhccarv, Cheapfi3«, Lcndon. SIR, I itmleriland from mv that the Effetft your VVoirn

Medicine Seivanrsi-as complete in removing OSllrudl-.on in the firft Pafhiges and Bowels, but there was Appear. nice Worms; liad been unable get tip from her Iwd tor atiwe ni;>e Weeks if lay down flood the Pain «bout tlie Uegibrl the Stomach was ; had not eat folid Meat lor man*
January 17, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLN, January 16.

LINCOLN, January 16.

Laft Monday, being the firfl market cattle, &c. -at this county, it was well flocked with fheen, beafti, pigs, Ac. great many which were ibid; the'buyers being numerous and the town full of company. J.aft week was married Perth, Scotland, Mr. Robert Mejville, horn fpoon maker, a
January 17, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PROFIT WITHOUT RISK. No. 4 , CORNHILL. MANCHESTER AND EDINBURGH. THE Public are refpettfullv acquainted that ENGLISH TICKETS am> SHARES

PROFIT WITHOUT RISK. No. 4 , CORNHILL. MANCHESTER AND EDINBURGH. THE Public are refpettfullv acquainted that ENGLISH TICKETS am> SHARES

will RISE confiderablv before the Drawing, and as a Security to thofe who purchaleearlv, T. BISH engages to A * N the Difference in Price, or take back the Tickets the Price lower on the Day of Drawing thantHe prefent, by which Means thofe who ptirchafe early at his Offices, hav
January 17, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MONDAY'S POST..(BY EXPRESS.).LONDON. January 18.

MONDAY'S POST..(BY EXPRESS.).LONDON. January 18.

MONDAY'S POST. (BY EXPRESS.) LONDON. January 18. AT a very early hour thir, morning were received Paris papers to the 15th infl. They were brought to Dover in a neutral paflage veilel, in which the Courier who betore brought the letter from Bonaparte to this Government, came over
January 20, 1800 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CAME ASTRAY*.. On the nth of Auguft laft, to William Nethersole’s, At Weft-ftreet Farm, in the parifh of Northbornc, wen-itreec

CAME ASTRAY*.. On the nth of Auguft laft, to William Nethersole’s, At Weft-ftreet Farm, in the parifh of Northbornc, wen-itreec

rarm, m parnn BROWN GELDING, of iRt faddle kind, about fifteen hands high, ftar'in the forehead, oft' foot white bei hind, marked on the back had been lately docked. Whoever can prove him to their property may have him again applying as above, and paying for advertifements and k
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FARM RENTS. KENT AND SURRY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By MelT. SKINNER, DYKE and SKINNER, On Wednefday the sth

FARM RENTS. KENT AND SURRY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By MelT. SKINNER, DYKE and SKINNER, On Wednefday the sth

of February, at twelve o’clock, at Garraway’s Ccffee-houfe, Change-alley, Cornhill, London, in two Lots, the property the late Eliab Breton, efq. Lot a. A Fee Farm Rent of Fourteen Pounds Twelve Shilings and Seven-pence Halfpenny per ann. iffuingoutof, and charged on, an eftaie
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
A NEW COMET.

A NEW COMET.

The aftronomcr Lalande has lately puhliflied the following note rdpefting the difcovery of a new Comet; On the sth Nivofe (Dec. 26), Citizen Mechain, to whom we are indebted for the dil'covery of feveral coiners, dil’covered another at four in the morning, the ftar Sig' may be d
January 17, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SUNDAY'S POST.

SUNDAY'S POST.

(BY EXPRESS.) Sr. James's, Jan. 18. THIS ('ay being appointed for»for the celebration of the annivcrfary of the Queen's birth-day, there was a very fplendid and numerous attendance of the nobility, foreign minifters, and other pcrfons of diftinfclion, to compliment their upon th
January 20, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE OF WIGHT.

Co s, Jan. 17. —A French vefTel, laden with wine, was on the 6th inflant fell in with, in long. 8. lat. 50. without any perfon on board, by an American Ihip, the Belvidere, of Philadelphia, David Rofs mailer, bound for London, who, after putting his mate and two or three men on
January 20, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
THE FIELD OP BATTLE. FAfNTLY bray'd the Battle's roar, Diltant, down the hollow wind; Teiror tied Wounds and Doth were

THE FIELD OP BATTLE. FAfNTLY bray'd the Battle's roar, Diltant, down the hollow wind; Teiror tied Wounds and Doth were

left behind. The War-fiend curs'd the funken dtf That check'd his fierce too fojn ; While, Icarcely lighting to the prey, Low hung and lour'o the bloody moon. The field, the hem's pride, Was now various carnage Ipread; And floated with a 01 union tide, That drcnch'd the dying an
January 18, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England