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ASSOCIATION. THE Gentlemen, Freeholders, irrncra, other principal Inhabitants of the of Elford, Whittington, Fifherwick, Swinfen, and Pi:.:: adjacent, in the

ASSOCIATION. THE Gentlemen, Freeholders, irrncra, other principal Inhabitants of the of Elford, Whittington, Fifherwick, Swinfen, and Pi:.:: adjacent, in the

County of Stafford, do hereby give Hce, that they whofe Names are hereunder-writtet, hay formed a Society for the more an. effectual of Houfe-breakers, Horie-ftealen and Felons of every Denomination ; and by this Agree mcnt, every Perfon of this Society who fhall have am Horfe,
January 20, 1800 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
6ATURDA.Y's POST..LONDON. January 16.

6ATURDA.Y's POST..LONDON. January 16.

6ATURDA.Y's POST. LONDON. January 16. ONE of the lirft afls of the Itilli Parlia- ment will be to draft the militia of that kingdom into the regular re- _ giment!, upon * plan fimilar to that adopted in this country. '1 he foljowing are the general outlines of the propoled repref
January 20, 1800 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HENRY CREW, BRICKLAYER AND PLATSTERF R, REGS leave inform hi? friend; in particular and the public general, that he his

HENRY CREW, BRICKLAYER AND PLATSTERF R, REGS leave inform hi? friend; in particular and the public general, that he his

taken a houfe at MAIDENHEAD, Berks, where Jit; intends carrying the above branches with punctuality and difpatch. the Tame tune he takes this method return his molt thinks the Noblemen and Gentlemen the Br and its vicinity,, for the many favours already conferred on hnn, and min
January 20, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
LOST, to STOLEN, from near Tiverton, about 2 months fince, DARK HORSE,ot the pack kind, with a mealy mouth, aged;

LOST, to STOLEN, from near Tiverton, about 2 months fince, DARK HORSE,ot the pack kind, with a mealy mouth, aged;

about hands three. The mane, which had been hogg'd, was nearly grown out, with a cut tail. Whoever wiil give information to William Troyte, of Huiitiham aforefaid, Efq. that the may recovered, fhail be rewarded tor tiouble, and whoever detains him will prolecuteG. January 9, 180
January 20, 1800 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
PORTSMOUTH THEATRICALS.

PORTSMOUTH THEATRICALS.

PORTSAIOUTIY THEA'JRIClLS. ~~ I: ?? - ?? IA s As -other, concerns have prevented u',ioh ;gf arten~ding te Theatse fine iit hasileexii o~eed, Jof by Mr. C~ollins, for thc prefent feafon, except 'Ia on Thurfday laft, we flsall infest thie fdllowing. di t~rief~ fletch of the Perform
January 20, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Gloceskrr Kttnday, jfautiatyzcii

Gloceskrr Kttnday, jfautiatyzcii

Gloceskr Kttnday, Our Quarter Sefltons, which were honored with a mote, numerous appearance of Jdftices than hat been.fcen fot many years, Concluded on when William Pike, Convi&ed of dealing yarn' from Mr. Hefkins, clothier, Horfley, and Jane Weaving, for Healing Spanift wool fro
January 20, 1800 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPT. Theophittts Bridge*, Colchefter, EiTex, inn/•eejier.—William Glover and Richard Williams, dealers. Jonathan lite of Forc-ftreet, London, gold.beater.
January 20, 1800 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
CUSTOM. U bE, SHORLHAM, W., January, 1800. it has been rcprefented the his Cv Horns that, w» 3d December lair,

CUSTOM. U bE, SHORLHAM, W., January, 1800. it has been rcprefented the his Cv Horns that, w» 3d December lair,

between the hours nine and ten o dock at night, as Thomas a Rid•ng Oihcer ,„ the f-rvicc of the at Brighton, " V 't Shoreham, was returning home on back ' dut y> hc was y S*b* "S<l"n, and another ttlefn u ' to, o«"^ ■» j 4 11 ** ,,ld P"P lc ft«ckup,or col . ° S " d dc( "» ed to
January 20, 1800 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SESSIONS, at LEWES, January, ISOO. IT is ordered by this Court, that in conformity to the George the Third, chapter

SESSIONS, at LEWES, January, ISOO. IT is ordered by this Court, that in conformity to the George the Third, chapter

for better regulatingr the AiTize and Baking of Bread:— This Court hereby prohibit the makers of bread for fale from making for fife, baking, felling, expofing to or for fale, any other one or more forts of a d, being, or purporting to be of a fuperior quality than the Standard
January 20, 1800 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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~g hi\\ . <Sfpg| ?? . ' t/£rA^_ ?? Ai ffif'-tr-x. fi: X'dA^A ?? '■''jj£f&?^ ■JANUARY 17. POLITICAL SPECULATION. Expeflation begins, .0 be bufy, as to the fffefi which Lord Grenville's note may have at Paris. Police', no doubt, would dieftate to the Grand Confel, the proprie- ty o
January 20, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland