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immediately, Apprentice a BAKE R. Enquire of Barker, Baker, Finedon. Freehold Dwelling Iloufes, and Oxford Canal Shares. be SOLD by

immediately, Apprentice a BAKE R. Enquire of Barker, Baker, Finedon. Freehold Dwelling Iloufes, and Oxford Canal Shares. be SOLD by

AUCTION, By Mr. HAIVT V N, On ThurfJ.iv the May, IKOO, the Red-Lion Inn, in hanhury, at i-our the Afternoon, the following ten Lots, ( By Order the Executors of the late GEORGE GREEN, Efq. deceafed,) Lot U Stone and Slate s. d. LING-HOUSE, liitiateinthe North -Bar Street, in BAN
April 19, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Fall of Writ tie Church.—On Friday laft, noon, the north-weft corner of the venerable tower Writrle Church, in Elfex, which

Fall of Writ tie Church.—On Friday laft, noon, the north-weft corner of the venerable tower Writrle Church, in Elfex, which

had fhewn for time fvft evident marks of decay, came down with a moft tremendous craih. The •remainder of the tower, having loft thefupport of this corner and its buttrefles, opened to the the aflonifhed beholder afcenewhieh imagination alone can form. The bells were feen hangin
April 19, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

O Saturday laft the two eonvi&s under (entente of death at Stafford, for uttering forged notes, were executed at the front of the new pril'on, in town. On Saturday laft Readv, Burns, and VVcldon, for robbing the mail and three others for uttering forged Bink of England notes wer
April 25, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

CATTERICK.-BRIDGE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1800. Fifty pounds for Colls, &c. rising 3 yrs. old, 6st. 31b. ; 4 yrs. old, Bst.; yrs. old, Bst. 101b, 6 and aged, 9st. Mares and maiden horses allowed 31b. Three-1 mile heats. | Mr. G. Crompton's B". m. Stella, by rising yrs. old ......
April 25, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HIGH WATER At Livkepool and Pakkcate the ensuing week. I Morn. Even. Height A '*"- I Friday 2 .Sj 0

HIGH WATER At Livkepool and Pakkcate the ensuing week. I Morn. Even. Height A '*"- I Friday 2 .Sj 0

5 St. Mark. Saturday 19 0 34 Sun rise. *40 Sunday 1 416 Sun. af. East. Monday 1 20 36 15 ID. id. 6h Tuesday 1 53 1113 9 Clo. 3m 2 31 53 12 T. beg. Tburi.MAV, 1.3 J& 3 | 3s. Fhil. fc Jam
April 25, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
As had been cuftomary with the preceding Popes, to appoint Secretary of State immediately alter their eledlion, and the new

As had been cuftomary with the preceding Popes, to appoint Secretary of State immediately alter their eledlion, and the new

Pope not having followed their examples, reprefentations were made to him on that head, which he replied ; This appointment makes it necefl’ary for the new Pope to be in poflbflion of State; but as this is not yet cafe, am under the necellity of leaving that dation unoccupied fo
April 15, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

ALL pcrfons indebted to Mr. Is a a c Brown , now the town and port Dovor the county of Kent, haker, are requeued immediately nay their refpeftive debts to Mr. T homas Pain, Dovor aforefaid, attorney law, who duly aulborifcd receive the fame. Dovos, April Oth, iBco, TO B E SOLD B
April 11, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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April 22, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS Ikurfday, April 17.

HOUSE OF COMMONS Ikurfday, April 17.

HOUSE COMMONS Ikurfday, April 17. This day the Houfc met, puifuant to adjournment. The Speaker iiginfied, that as he underltocd fe»eial gentlemen m ended to pielcnt petitions from innholders,concerning tlic bill now pending, for billeting on their houfes, it was his doty to obfer
April 22, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOR PUBLIC SALE,

FOR PUBLIC SALE,

AT the Langbourn Ward CofFee-Houfe, Fenchurchflreet, Monday the 28th of April, 1800, half part one o’clock precifely, the following goods, viz. 5,000 Quarters of Oats, to,ooo Empty Bags, From the King’s Magazines at Hambro’ and Bremen. Catalogues will be timely delivered. Furthe
April 22, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England