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THE WONDERFUL FALLS OF NIAGARA.

THE WONDERFUL FALLS OF NIAGARA.

I, F 'N , . A 1I the diflance of i 8 miles from the town A&3t of Niagara, North America, are thofe, remarkable falls of water which mav ju(Uly: be ranked among the greatelt natural c'uriofities j -ofthe knownw'orld.' The aforifhinment excitedI in the mind of the fpe'qator, from t
January 21, 1800 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
‘there fcitifftehts, erpeJliioh WJS (bippirtg along the Coaft,, in Bonny* ers, and finally at Angola, which* 1 effe£luaUy to accomplifli,

‘there fcitifftehts, erpeJliioh WJS (bippirtg along the Coaft,, in Bonny* ers, and finally at Angola, which* 1 effe£luaUy to accomplifli,

the enemy ritifh property to a vety large amount, 1 nillion ftetling outfit; or, if we look tn* iVeft Indies, whole million, the above ftatement, the following rally prefent thcmfelvcsln the rd that three frigates could have carried 01 men, in addition to their complcrne 01 dall
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Early on Saturday morning arrived by Exprefs the Paris papers to the 15th inft. The Chief Conful has not yet made any public communication either to the Legiflature or the people of his overture to our Government, and the anfwer to it. both thefe circumftances the Paris papes ar
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ONLY A FEW WEEKS TO THE DRAWING.

ONLY A FEW WEEKS TO THE DRAWING.

THE increafing fale of Tickets and Shares in the prefent English State Lottery, at the Office of HORNSBY and Co. No. 26, Cornhill, furpafi'es all former Lotteries. The very great fuccefs HORNSBY and Co. have experienced the courfe of Forty-five Lotteries, in felling and fhariog
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TURNPIKES. . THE General Adjourned Meeting of the Truftees of Pendle*on, Agecroft, Irlam'soth Height, Swinton, Ir am and Gilda Brook

TURNPIKES. . THE General Adjourned Meeting of the Truftees of Pendle*on, Agecroft, Irlam'soth Height, Swinton, Ir am and Gilda Brook

Turnpikes, will be held the Bull's Head Inn, Manchefter, on Thurfday the , day of February next, eleven o'clock the alternoon, when aud where the tolls arifing from the Toll Bar erected near Agccroft Bridge, will be let Auction, for one year from the 17th. day of the faid month
January 21, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S POST. From the London Gazette. Admiralty-cffice, Jan. i+, letter from Vice-Admiral Lut-widgt, commanJer in chief of his Majeftys

WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S POST. From the London Gazette. Admiralty-cffice, Jan. i+, letter from Vice-Admiral Lut-widgt, commanJer in chief of his Majeftys

jhpsand in the to Evan dattd the 1 lib injlant• W Beg leave to tnclofe, for their Lordfhips' information, letter T 9 from Captain Baker, of his Ma. h Nemefis, acquainting me with his having captured (in company with the Savage floop) the Renard lugger privateer, of fourteen guns
January 21, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

[FROM THE FRENCH PAPERS.] . i , THE ROYALISTS. Angers, Dec. 31. The Commander in Chief, either coo hafty or too ambitious, to obtain the gloi i jus title pacificator, has long fince granted a (ufpeniion arms to the Royalilts in order to enter into a treaty with their leaders. Th
January 21, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TIMBER. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the dwelling-houfe of Ifaac the fign of the Archers, at Chelford, in tbc/ounty

TIMBER. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the dwelling-houfe of Ifaac the fign of the Archers, at Chelford, in tbc/ounty

of Chester, Tuefday the 4th ol February, IKOO, three 1 o'clock in the afternoon, to fnch conditions as will he then and there produced ; The following valuable lot of TIMJBEJt, viz. OAKS. ,'zi ASH. 10 WRCH. 7 ALDER, WILLOWS. • HOLLIES. CRAB. growing an ettate in Chelford aforefa
January 21, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MUSICAL MUTABILITIES.

MUSICAL MUTABILITIES.

To the Printek of the KaNnsH Chrokicle. Mr. B. When I lent vou my laft letter, had not exhaufted fubjrfl, and I meant, had not foibid me, have added a few words to the mutability of all mull cal compolitions, or an ElTay on the Shoit Lives and Sudden Deaths of Popular Aire. Popu
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
bis vengeance. have read that the Conqueror, the Gtand Conlul, has fleeplefs nights—perhaps Bignafco and Lugo in flames prefent theinfclves

bis vengeance. have read that the Conqueror, the Gtand Conlul, has fleeplefs nights—perhaps Bignafco and Lugo in flames prefent theinfclves

to his imagination The cries of their wretched inhabitants (flying ftom the flames meet their fate at the point of the bayonet) artail his ears, and murder fleep ; and the Conqueror’s coftly bed is but bed thorns. And yel, this matt has had admirers in thisconutry. That his deed
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England