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LlanfaJ-Tum, in Carmcrthenjhire '. TO BE SOLD AUCTION. the Cafiic Inn, in the town Llandovery, the faid county, Saturday, the

LlanfaJ-Tum, in Carmcrthenjhire '. TO BE SOLD AUCTION. the Cafiic Inn, in the town Llandovery, the faid county, Saturday, the

Firft day of March next, between the hours of .Three and Five in the altcrnoon, Subject to fuch Conditions Sale as all be then and there produced, that elTuage, tenement, and ■*■ Lands, with the Appurtenances, called CWM-LLYNFL , containing by admeafurcment One Hundred and Seven
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
No. it, POULTRY, LONDON. 2 Prizes of £".30,000 I 3 Prices of £".10,000 3— of 20,000 of 5,000 And others

No. it, POULTRY, LONDON. 2 Prizes of £".30,000 I 3 Prices of £".10,000 3— of 20,000 of 5,000 And others

to great amount. SWIFT AND CO. At their Old State.Lottery Office above, are fcliing Tickets and >hares in the prefent Lottery, and pay Prizes on demand. As the prices have rifen, and will continue to rife (the caufc of v.hich the former Advrrtifements from this Houfe have explai
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. LL Perfons who have any Claim on the Eflatc of Mr. JOHN BAYLEY, of Leominller, are immediately,

DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. LL Perfons who have any Claim on the Eflatc of Mr. JOHN BAYLEY, of Leominller, are immediately,

10 fend account thereof to Mr. F. Edwards, Leominffci: Thole who (Kind indebted to Mr. John Bayfey, are dehred, immediately, to pay the amount thereof the faid Mr. Edwards, who duly authori/.ed receive the fame. Feb. 17, 1800. Brecknock and Abergavenny CANAL. NOTICS IS HEREBY CI
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CARMAR THENSTiIRE. To be. percmptor.iy L D by AUCTION, IIt.NRV CHILD, At tbe Dwelling-houfc John Powell, Inn■ keeper, known hy

CARMAR THENSTiIRE. To be. percmptor.iy L D by AUCTION, IIt.NRV CHILD, At tbe Dwelling-houfc John Powell, Inn■ keeper, known hy

of. the Falcon, fituate in the town Llaneily, the county of Carmarthen, on ThurhJay. the Fifth day of March next, the houis of Two and four trie afternoon of faid day, Subject inch Conditions Sale as lhall be then and there produced, fodon-ing FREEHOLD ESTATES: lot 1. A that Mef
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
ARCHITECTURE- This day were > Elcganttyl engraved Aquatints. »» ate Scenery, on 34 Plates. Quarto, hoards, f.ji' TINTS for A

ARCHITECTURE- This day were > Elcganttyl engraved Aquatints. »» ate Scenery, on 34 Plates. Quarto, hoards, f.ji' TINTS for A

ing of Original FARM-HOUSES, VILLAS, Ac. |ai l£ll nainental ; with. Plans to each ; attention is paid to unite Convcnh* ' Q with Cfcconotny. Including e TOWN HOUSES. BY D. ARCHITECT AND SURVEY • , jj» Print-,-! for J. Taylor, the brary, No. High Holborn, ,,d here may had, lately
February 19, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 

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LONDON, Wednesday, January 29. This morning arrived a mail from Jamaica,, brought to Falmouth in the Penelope, packet, Capt. Wilson,

LONDON, Wednesday, January 29. This morning arrived a mail from Jamaica,, brought to Falmouth in the Penelope, packet, Capt. Wilson,

in days.—She sailed from; England on the ltith Sept. last, and arrived at Barbadoes the of Oct. —On her voyage out she spoke the Hynd cutter, of Guernsey, having Spanish brig prize in company. At the time of her arrival at Barbadoes there were lying there his Majesty's ships Tam
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

FOREIGN NEWS, the VtRHNACourt of 4. ACCORDING to intelligence from General Melas, dated head-quarters near Turin, December General Klenau has. obtained a victory', on the 14th the same month, over the enemy, in the neighbourhood of the mountains of Corana, and made himself maste
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE OF WIGHT.

Cow f. s, }ait-> 31. On the 27th inflant, the RVanger, Capt. Moth, of this place, fell in with a French brigantine privateer near St. Alban's ; the Ranger being faff failing veHcl, with much difficulty, made her efcape, but not before fhe received from the privateer many fhot he
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

y, Jan. 19. Petitions were presented from the Debtors confined in the county gaols of Kent and York, praying for relief.— Ordered lie on the table. THE KING'S MESSAGE. Mr. Long moved, that the order of the day, for taking into consideration his Majesty's message, and the late co
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SALE POSTPONED. SOUTHAMPTON. The Sale of HOUSEHOLD E, Ac. No. 56, the High-Streef, on TUESDAY the Day February, and tol

SALE POSTPONED. SOUTHAMPTON. The Sale of HOUSEHOLD E, Ac. No. 56, the High-Streef, on TUESDAY the Day February, and tol

owing Days, Mr WATTS, is unavoidably postponed till TUESDAY the nth February, and following Also, prec'sclv at Twelve n First Day of Sale, will SOLD by AUCTION, the Premises, No. 56, the High-Street; COMPRISING a substantial and built DWELLING-HOUSE, most advantageously situate,
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England