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TRENCH NATIONAL INSTITUTE.

TRENCH NATIONAL INSTITUTE.

An ateecunt file Vlysical Pari of lie Pr--eeedin S s ef else Class of fee Physical and Mathematical Seien.es, during the last quarter of He -ear 7, read at lie faille eiltins ,fi the itlt rendemiairt yea, S, (Oti. -J. Ey G. CUVIER. (Conii, a.:! 'front Mosid.t's Mlrcury of ihe Ij
January 20, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LEEDS, January ao. ]

LEEDS, January ao. ]

#>«;xXSHE following very excellent Ad- X X eli-eis to the Inhabitanti of Man- X T V chefter, was lately publifted by A _• the Aflbciated Clergy, (ten in ffxxxg number) and diftributed not onljr in that town but in all the principal places in the neighbourttood : " BetoviD, 11 We
January 20, 1800 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO SOLD 'by -private Contract, Clofe of Land, containing three Acres thereabouts, fitu- ate near -the Etc Men Walls, at

TO SOLD 'by -private Contract, Clofe of Land, containing three Acres thereabouts, fitu- ate near -the Etc Men Walls, at

Smethwkk, nearßir•Jnirpfcurr., and larte th the Occupation of Samuel Parkes, Edge ioof-fnakcr.—-For Particulars apply Mr. V.'ha'elcy, Attorney, in Birmingham. KAY. TO b-. SOLD AUCTION, the George Inn, LMgbcth, Birmingham, on Thurfday the 30th Inftant, Three o'clock the Afternoon
January 20, 1800 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

LONDON, Tuesday, THE French papers, which are arrived to the Bth, contain nothing o! importance. Some attempt at freedom debate appears have taken place in the Tribunate, thecourle of which Buonaparte was one the Orators filled the Idol of fortnight, while one his admirers lavif
January 20, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
H O U N D S. TO be DISPOSED OF, Ten Couples of HARRIERS, warranted perfectly good, free from vice,

H O U N D S. TO be DISPOSED OF, Ten Couples of HARRIERS, warranted perfectly good, free from vice,

d mint a fox. required, exceedingly well. Apply Thomas Nichoils, attorney at law, January 11. 1800. FQR SAl£ bTALJCTTON, for of the underwriters, on Thurfday the 23d inftant. eleven o'clock the forenoon, at the Barr, in the paiifh almouth, The Hl ll ' hdlthc Materials of 'fhe Am
January 20, 1800 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
SOMERSET. TO be SOLD Lots, AUCTION, at the George Inn, Bridgwater, in the fai4 county, on day January next, a:

SOMERSET. TO be SOLD Lots, AUCTION, at the George Inn, Bridgwater, in the fai4 county, on day January next, a:

three o'clock (Jlq afternoon, The iv tec, after one, two, and three lives, ot and The following LANDS and PREMISES, Parcelsof the Manor r ok, near Bridgwater aforcfaid. ll'htrc X2\'o Lives and Ages in Lord's Tenants. Premifes, ftuafr. Acres. ' 1799. H.nt. Heriets. s. d. s. d. Jo
January 20, 1800 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
GLOCESTER.

GLOCESTER.

Tb BE SOLD BY AUCTION', By Mr. READ, on Friday the 24th of January inft. between the Hours of Four and Five in the Afternoon, the Fleece' Ino, this City A very DWELLING-HOUSE, pleafantly fituated near the Coarh-orhct, rt>c litest, fit Drawing-room, Parlour, Kitchen, Brrwhoutc, t
January 20, 1800 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.] Theophil

BANKRUPTS.] Theophil

us Bridges, of Colchester, Essex, innkeeper. William Glover and Richard Williams, ot Bangor, Caernarvonshire, dealers. Jonathan Smith, London, gold-beater. LONDON, dxes V, January 15. The report of a French squadron sail of the line and some frigates having sailed from Brest, pro
January 20, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Or.d t. y.—The sessions were opened on Wednesday in the form, the Lord Mayor, the Lord Chief Baron, Mr. Justice

Or.d t. y.—The sessions were opened on Wednesday in the form, the Lord Mayor, the Lord Chief Baron, Mr. Justice

Heath, Mr- Justice Lawrence, the Recorder, Sec. John Ea»ey was indicted tor breaking and entering the dwelling of Lesley, about the hour of in the night, on rst of November, with intent torteal therein certain articles of properly. —The jury deliberated few minutes, and acquitte
January 20, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON,

SOUTHAMPTON,

Sat v da , January 18. Sunday morning died, Mrs. Bums, wife of Dr. Bums, of this town. Wednefday night died, Mr. Looker, of the Three Tuns. Laft week died, Mifs Maria Coppin, daughter of J. C. P. Coppin, Elq. Saturday troop of the ill royal dragoons marched into our barracks. Mo
January 20, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England