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LONDON.

LONDON.

The Royal Family Sunday morning attended di vine fervice at St George’s Cathedral, Windior. As the King came out of Church, two Petitions were prefented him from the inhabitants of Colnbrook, Slough, and Salthill, praying his Majefty not to countenance the intended new road to W
April 29, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
known. The Emperor has vain demanded fati*- faftion proportionate to the inj uy, and he now cai ries his refentmeftt

known. The Emperor has vain demanded fati*- faftion proportionate to the inj uy, and he now cai ries his refentmeftt

fo far, as to be able to Ipeak ot Bonaparte in terms of civility. «« The Emperor Paul has quarrelled with Sir Charles Whitworth, at Peterfburgh, who has always carried himfelf very high. He is faid to have turned his back on the Emperor. All the Ruffian troops are to be recalled
April 29, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HEREFORD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, On Monday fe'nnight died, at Sutgrove, in the parilh of Mifetdine, Glocefteifhire, in the 54th year

HEREFORD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, On Monday fe'nnight died, at Sutgrove, in the parilh of Mifetdine, Glocefteifhire, in the 54th year

his age, John Self, Efq. for ay yeap Major in the Firft 01 South Battalion of Gloceflerlnire Militia,* Deputy Lieuteuant and acting Magiftrate for county. On Thurfday died, Benjamin Howell, Efq. Collector of the Cuftoins for the port of Neath, Glamorganfhire—a man univerfally be
April 30, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
DEBTORS AND CREDITORS- j THE Creditors JOHN W l ' Efq. late of Talgarth, the n Brecon, deceafed, are dehicd

DEBTORS AND CREDITORS- j THE Creditors JOHN W l ' Efq. late of Talgarth, the n Brecon, deceafed, are dehicd

fend , j:'" of their refpcftive demands to his Executrix, at Talgarth; and all perfon* > . j to the faid John Price, at the time deceafe, aredcfired to pay their to the faid Executrix, Mrs. Price, of the of June next. Hereford, Monmouih, or 1 ' WANTED TO PURCHASE, £, A Good FAMI
April 30, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CORDIAL BALM OF GILEA^' TT notorious that various of human frame arc brought«>n f?' lion )vu!A, and the grots violation

CORDIAL BALM OF GILEA^' TT notorious that various of human frame arc brought«>n f?' lion )vu!A, and the grots violation

- O which prudence dilates for the prrff' ,#< health, and laying foundation for a hapj>y life, with a firm and ftrong con"' The blelling* health re no fofencr '° r w experience teaches the inejimnble W' ' and the unhappy patient looks around, in vain, for the means its recovery
April 30, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CHESTER POLICE BILL. THE GENTLEMEN who compofed the GRAND JURIES, at the late affizes for Denbigh, fhire and Flintfhire, as

CHESTER POLICE BILL. THE GENTLEMEN who compofed the GRAND JURIES, at the late affizes for Denbigh, fhire and Flintfhire, as

well many INHABITANTS of this CITY, having mitconccivcd ih and intended provifions of. this bill, it thought proper lay betorc the public the abltradt and : As lighting, watching, and cleansing the It was intended that occupiers houfes, buildings, and gardens, within the city, c
April 29, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, APRIL 24.

LONDON, APRIL 24.

LONDON, AF RIR 24, T is feported that the Expedition tdothe I Mediterranean is given up,. and that the e principal officers engaged in it have redeiv- ed notice to that effed. General Sir Charles Stewart, who was to have had the command, ill, it is faid, go out to -fcceed Ear! Ba
April 29, 1800 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CALVES CORDIAL. jf certain Curt ftr the Scouring or Running-out To/ Calves, &c. O Farmen, Graziers, and Sockleri of Calves,

CALVES CORDIAL. jf certain Curt ftr the Scouring or Running-out To/ Calves, &c. O Farmen, Graziers, and Sockleri of Calves,

&c. this Cordial, from its rflabliihed repotation, particularly recommended for the diforders fpecified. It will found alfo valuable Ristoiativz Cordial for Cows after calvine, and fuperior to any thing known for cattle of every defeription that are of ho/i, -jiiakly conftitutio
April 29, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
H*S MAJESTY’S MESSAGE.

H*S MAJESTY’S MESSAGE.

Mr, Long nloved, that the order the day for tak : into conflderation his Majefty’s moft gracious (hould be read; which being done, he next moved, that a new order fhould be made for to<morrow. Agreed to.
April 29, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
, i '^ ' , w,s <juoßed were in but it wa» never ro»»r^ r . n 11 * *

, i '^ ' , w,s <juoßed were in but it wa» never ro»»r^ r . n 11 * *

contcmplitiorTto extend ure’’^vin Crow, ?• The Gavernircnt of the country acquired an inordinate and overbearing inm . ot,r power India, and the enlarge- Wi both home and abroad, it for forward, and claim fome additional fecurity Dunn*« » >^,, s Preceded to animadvert on Mr. thi
April 29, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England