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EDINBURGH, April 21.

EDINBURGH, April 21.

E 4 rL- - - - - - - E D I N B' U K G II, April 2r- I Several families have entered into- rcfolu- ten tions to difcontinue the ufc of butter, until P3) it fal's to, a reafonable price. One week's 'VI ab ifinerce of the inhabitants %sould infure tax j thisv led s woman fomewhat men
April 28, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, April 24.

Edinburgh, April 24.

Ctinburb, Rprit 1 By letters from Barbadoes received at Greenock on Saturday we hear all the Clyde Ihips that failed with the Jamaica convoy from Cork, had arrived there, except the Eagle, belonging to Mr Bogle, and the Fame, belonging to Meffrs Hamilton and Co. We are furry to o
April 28, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? i TWis day i., pubiahed, andfold Iy Sh A. B R O W N, lBookfeller, Broad-ftrect, in I vol. Ss. ill boards, ge D:dicated to the Iard BJioep f mV Durhant, ziftf w K Meditations of a Reclufe ; p Chiefly on Religiouss Subj6Rss . By Julr ohn Bretitr, A. M. Vicar of Stockton upon Tce
April 28, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
On Friday last the Circuit Court of Justiciary was opened here, by the Right Hon. Lord Dunsinnan,

On Friday last the Circuit Court of Justiciary was opened here, by the Right Hon. Lord Dunsinnan,

%babent, I - - ?? On Friday lafi the Circuit Court of Juffitcary wa- opened here, by the Right Hon. Lord Dunfinnan, . . Is. I > Er. then the folfowing bufinefs came before the court. A/n Mitchel alias. Wfft, late fervant to Jaimes Dow. nie, whitefiher in the lea town of Pittully,
April 28, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LIN OT. alphabetical Lifi of the Nameioffuch Perfons tvhotn Certificates hair LINDSE Y. been ijfiied by the Clerk of tlx

LIN OT. alphabetical Lifi of the Nameioffuch Perfons tvhotn Certificates hair LINDSE Y. been ijfiied by the Clerk of tlx

Peace for the Parts of I.INDSEY, in the Perf arts' Names. Placet Abode. Anderfon, the Rev. Sir Charles, clerk Lea Altenby, John, Rent. Tatterfhall Thorpe Amcotts, Sir Wharton, Bart Kettlethorpe Park Allenby,Charles, Efq Horncaftle Alington, Marni. clerk Beauclerk, the Right Hon.
April 11, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE. To SOLD AUCTION, At the Nag's J Inn, in If'ragby, in the County of Lincoln, on THURSDAY 'the t~lb

LINCOLNSHIRE. To SOLD AUCTION, At the Nag's J Inn, in If'ragby, in the County of Lincoln, on THURSDAY 'the t~lb

Day April Infant, between the Hours of three and fit the Afternoon, fit bit to fitch Conditions will tbenproduced, ttnlejs Jooner difpo'ed of private Contra A, of which proper Notice (I given ; LISSING- A Very defirable FARM, at LISS TON, in the County Lincoln, in the cupation T
April 11, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To be SOLD, 0 r LETT, And Entered upon immediately, or at Midftnnmer next, A Brick and Stone - built

To be SOLD, 0 r LETT, And Entered upon immediately, or at Midftnnmer next, A Brick and Stone - built

HOU SE, Situate in thepleafant VillageoSSTA VERTON, in the County of Northampton, now in the Occupation Mr. Wm. Herbert; confiding ot a Hall, Parlour, back Kitchen and fmal! ; four exceeding good Bed-Chambers, with Garrets over the Same; two good Cellars three Stables, with Loft
April 12, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
The Ticket No. 34,925, drawn aPrize of TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS, on the 2oth Day of Drawing of the prefent Lottery,

The Ticket No. 34,925, drawn aPrize of TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS, on the 2oth Day of Drawing of the prefent Lottery,

was fold and regiftered at the old State-Lottery Office of T. BISH, Stock-broker, No. 4, CORNHILL, LONDON. Undrawn Tickets and Shares are now on Sale at his Offices, Cornhill, Maiic.hefter and Edinburgh, where the current Price for Prizes are paid on Demand.
April 4, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
TOE MOST BENEFICIAL DISCOVERY Ma . df f those affictep wjth AND CONSUMPTIONS: I ow n Letter is inserted •

TOE MOST BENEFICIAL DISCOVERY Ma . df f those affictep wjth AND CONSUMPTIONS: I ow n Letter is inserted •

known t° the World the luper'°rn ? BERDS ' BALSAMIC ELIXIR, over all ot l' Medicines tor the n<jCu ot the above Complaints: The Inventor a being regular profeflional Man, 1 Arts andlmpofitions, but happy laying it ,ias met with uniyerfal Applaufe in all Pafts the Kingdom, now re
April 4, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CORN-EXCHANGE.

CORN-EXCHANGE.

Wednefday, April 23. There being but fmail fupply of corn fince aft Wcdnefday, and many buyers, wheat rofe about 4s. a quarter. Having considerable quantity American flour come into port, and that very good, Engflfh flour is not worth more than 5!. per faek. Beans and peas (exce
April 25, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England