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WHEREAS John Bu>y and Samuel Bona, both of Manchefter, Warehoufemcn, under the firm of John Bury and Co have by

WHEREAS John Bu>y and Samuel Bona, both of Manchefter, Warehoufemcn, under the firm of John Bury and Co have by

afhgnmenr, bearing date the nth day January inftanr, over all their and Effects to a Trultec, for the benefit fuch of their creditors as fhall execute the fame before the 6th day of March next. Notice it therefore given, That the affignment is lodged at Mr. John Watchman** Wareh
January 21, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be SOLD AUCTION, Before hi* Mejelty’i CommiOtonen for the Redemption and Sale of the Land Tax, in Countj of

To be SOLD AUCTION, Before hi* Mejelty’i CommiOtonen for the Redemption and Sale of the Land Tax, in Countj of

Kent, (free and exonerated from the Land Tax), Tbt following Freehold Eftattt, fituate in the faid county,*—The tuft (nur t» on Monday the tenth day of February next, at the ihip Inn, in Dover, at twelve o'clock, o . ALL th«t Farm called Little Water’s-end, A confiding of MeflTu
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Early Saturday morning were received Exprefs the Paris papen to the 15th inttant. Before we proceed to notice their contents, (hall communicate to our readers a piece of extraordinary intelligence. The Chief Conful has not yet made any public communication either the Legiflature
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE EAST-1 KD I A FLEET.

THE EAST-1 KD I A FLEET.

THE EAST-1 KD A FLEET. On Saturday laS, the Putfer the Honourable BaO-India Company’s (hip Thetis arrived at the India Houfe, with the agreeable intelligence the fleet of Ball-India Ihips, which failed from St. lenaon the 16th November laft, having arrived fefety in the Cove of C
January 21, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
REVEREND

REVEREND

Tot LORD BISHOP CARLISLE, To Mr. CHINO, Apothecary, Cbcanm-V LONDON. Jl/l\/ Sir, I readily embrace the Omrimnity yoor Letter afTtirp, me, adding Tempony to ■hat of the LORO Caitr BARON, in Fwtxir of your Worm Medicine; So* having! few Munll.a ago derived very Btmrjit from the U£
January 21, 1800 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
From the London Gazette.

From the London Gazette.

F h rom the London Gazette. Admiralty-Office, Jan. a., x 80o. A letter trom Fire-Admiral Latwidgs, introduces Me followig: AremneJ~, Downs, 7aouary 13, 18e0C IR,-You -will be pleated to hear of my having boarded and taken the French privateer Il- ger Le Renard, mounting 14 fourte
January 21, 1800 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, JANUARY 18.

LONDON, JANUARY 18.

LONDON, JANUARY IS. -leffenger fromt- France. A merfenger arrived yelterday at Dover frnim Prance, vith a letter from 4M. Talleyrand, nilnifter for foreign affairs at Paris,- to Lord Grenville. The letter wasreccived iantown eaily this morning, and a cabinet was immediately fummo
January 21, 1800 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
From a NOBLE EARL.

From a NOBLE EARL.

- From a NOBILE EARL. To Mr. CHING, Atf OT lIcAR, Cheapfile, London. SIR,-! underfland from my Apothecary that thc effie of ?? Medicine on my Servant was cvoniplete in removh. an obftruclion in the firt paf- faoes astdd bowels, but there was no appearance of worms; nife had been
January 21, 1800 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
R Leghorn 'i ! -> oro ro. ROBERT Mailer, A : burthen -.30 Eons, to fail with the next convoy,

R Leghorn 'i ! -> oro ro. ROBERT Mailer, A : burthen -.30 Eons, to fail with the next convoy,

for Freight, &c. apply to , W. Liverpool, November, 1799. LET, Large doable WAREHOUSE and CELLARS. *• Sounding Alley. he is completely furnifhed with eVefies, counters, ike. and may entered upon before June next. F<>r rti , the Counting-houfe of Mtff. - and J. i.eaf, Mulberry .f
January 21, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BRAVERY of BRITISH TARS.

BRAVERY of BRITISH TARS.

f AM lb far friend old that not confider (elf much obliged thofe writer* «rho with believe) good intentions, are exalt the charaiter cf her bravr tars the prefent day much above whit wis in the time of their ancellors. To the patr-ot. »►•« f •»'« <■»><-• form a material Ingredie
January 21, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England