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Three CHAISES,, aim (Rjgf.'VL "I HEARSE, and ivci l>:iul>!b funerals. ANI LET, v And inttK- ittdialtbif\, A HOUSE, No. 11,

Three CHAISES,, aim (Rjgf.'VL "I HEARSE, and ivci l>:iul>!b funerals. ANI LET, v And inttK- ittdialtbif\, A HOUSE, No. 11,

Jffei'roet, neit Duke-' ftrcct, with eoach-houfc, (tallica, &c. afld unexpired term of four years, at a very low rent, and full employ • for the above coaches at Uiishoufc. For further particulars apply the proprietor, on the premifts. (One property.) Mcriontthjh ire, North- tra
January 21, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DODCOTT CUM ASSOCIATION. WHEREAS feveral felonies have been com r mined in the (aid townfhip Dodcott V ilkfley, in the

DODCOTT CUM ASSOCIATION. WHEREAS feveral felonies have been com r mined in the (aid townfhip Dodcott V ilkfley, in the

county Chefter, and the often.er» have ioo frequently elcaped jufticc, either lenity foi want of' a proper I'und being' ettablifhed to carry on the necelfary prosecutions .1 them, we whofe names are hereunto fuburibed, inhabitants-lif townfhip, order deter and prevent any/perion
January 21, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
cMcis.Vayt that Tt weather (or fome time confiderable quantities the fields both Combe land.” Our readers, in

cMcis.Vayt that Tt weather (or fome time confiderable quantities the fields both Combe land.” Our readers, in

January 21, 1800 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
k PorJhtott, s•*. It. Tetterdtjr trnved the Ajiit, of 10 guns, Captain Cofhrane, from tHfe Channel fleet. Oh her ptfTage

k PorJhtott, s•*. It. Tetterdtjr trnved the Ajiit, of 10 guns, Captain Cofhrane, from tHfe Channel fleet. Oh her ptfTage

(he captured, after feveral hourt chafe, A vantage lugger privateer, (4 guru, and 61 men.
January 21, 1800 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
To SOLD AUCTION, ! Wordfworth's, the Roe Buck, oh the Parade, in I Rochdale, in the county of Lancafter, upon

To SOLD AUCTION, ! Wordfworth's, the Roe Buck, oh the Parade, in I Rochdale, in the county of Lancafter, upon

Monday the day February next, at two o'clock the j afternoon, fuch conditions fale as will be then and there produced, THE following FREEHOLD ESTATES oi INHERITANCE, all fituate in Sro LAND, within the Rochdale afore faid : Lot I. All that Clofe or Tiekl, called the Red Brook Me
January 21, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Manchester. January 17, 1800. WHEREAS WILLIAM SEEDHOUSE, Manche.'ler, the county Lan:after, cottonfpinner. hath this Day conveyed and afiigned all his

Manchester. January 17, 1800. WHEREAS WILLIAM SEEDHOUSE, Manche.'ler, the county Lan:after, cottonfpinner. hath this Day conveyed and afiigned all his

real and Eftate and Effects wha'f<»ever, <4>n&«os null for the »nd iifu«l his Creditors Notice is hereby giv<m, That the Truft Deeds arc lodged in the Office Mr. B.ifne-t, attorney at law, in ,Manchefter, for the and Execution of the Credi'ors the faid William and fuch of th mas
January 21, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AFRICAN SETTLEMENTS.

AFRICAN SETTLEMENTS.

The alarming information publiftied at Lloyd’s, and in* fcrtcd in the daily papers, refpefting the appearance of the enemy on the coaft of Africa, is corredl, far it goes, and was taken from a Liverpool letter, direfted to a very refpeftable merchant; but the rcafonings deduced
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
i. CHALK GOUT.

i. CHALK GOUT.

Mrs. Lewis, aged 76, was afflifted si years with the chalk gout. Ciued 1756.—At the Rev. Mr. Wefley'tchapel, SpitalfielJs. Mr. Abchurcb, watchmaker, Bembas's Rents, Goldlane, was it years afflifled. 1796. j. RHEUMATISM. Mr. Parkinfon, Bank of England, Conful-ofiicc, was years af
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Darbony, Leader of a Bard of Soldiers, Mr. Inclsdow.

Darbony, Leader of a Bard of Soldiers, Mr. Inclsdow.

Darbony, Leader of Bard of Soldiers, Mr. Inclsdow. Wenfel, Caflellau ofiiclmcnl, jVIr-WAnDV. Philip, his Son - - Mr H. Johnston. Gun’rata, - • Mr. Emery, Heimit, • - - Mr. Murray. Wolf, Servant Albert, - Mr. Mijnden. Old Man, - - Mountaineer, - Wife to Albert, Mr. Davenport. Mr.
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
W the Britifli (bippirtg along the Coaft,. in Bonnf» Benin rivers, and finally at Angola, which* been ah!e effc&uaUy to

W the Britifli (bippirtg along the Coaft,. in Bonnf» Benin rivers, and finally at Angola, which* been ah!e effc&uaUy to

accomplifh, the enemy w*" flroycd Britilh property to very large amount, j as half million ftctling outfit; or, if wc look t* * from the Weft Indies, a whole million. i After reading the above ftatement, the following tions naturally prefent thcmfelvcsln the pears abfurd that th
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England