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I 'HE CLASS of NATURAL HISTORY willbe op-rr 1 i hi Dr WALKtaSR, on Monday the rth day ' May,

I 'HE CLASS of NATURAL HISTORY willbe op-rr 1 i hi Dr WALKtaSR, on Monday the rth day ' May,

in the Museum of the Univer-ity. at tavo o'clock a-e..a •■-■.' BA L L T'-'HE H.ADDINCTON BALL is fixed for ToasaAT the _^JL 6th May curt It begins at Half-past Seven iss the GENERAL TOr.r OEEICE, LONDON, Under the Patronage ef hi, Majesty's Paternoster Ceatra!, C Fruoa'a. .he'cr
May 1, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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' • ' rai! C mtl o! J ?? ?? .-.— s ?? ?? J pi ?? ■ -^fi ?? ' of theft ; bat al r thj ■.. . ' ; th ' -. . ?? : .. ■ : :-,fififi\r.fil ifi' fi.fi ?? fifi' fifi'- fifi.fi' fi-fiifit ?? t -■ .. -. ■■ -. ■ ■-, . ' _ ud ?? i u*of ten :■■ .-■-■ '•' » ' « minutes tl: y ar- ?? fi . .-It,
May 1, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The ?? Volunteer eo-.p has received the thaia'-:. of the War Office, and the Commander in Chief, for their fpirited

The ?? Volunteer eo-.p has received the thaia'-:. of the War Office, and the Commander in Chief, for their fpirited

conduit on the ?? of Maria lalt, when they protected le- v.ral vcdbls en that ccas't, fr an the Impregnable French pri- Sunilay pasffed through this lav. tlae Rattler and Ready . ?? ■••;,. ,- carrying a d :..cl.:a-ent of the Rol-lliire mili- tia to Shetland. One of them was • i,
May 1, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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?? 5 <" E/i S 7V?.< -TI":-SS. & a fairs vaith Me Robert Aila-aa. ace. amtant, No. ?? North St David - Ssrcet, Edmhurgh, the tmfiee, till the ad June, Adams s Hot. 1 ?? son the 13th May, 'at noon, to con fid. Ron matters of fcnportancr. at a: ,0: -. give ia.'a- aa. :i„ns to the tr
May 1, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'.non'y, tlie roliei? in without cracking chipping the jialnt. The Board Agriculture has presented Mr. Josiah Rodwell, of Livermere, with

'.non'y, tlie roliei? in without cracking chipping the jialnt. The Board Agriculture has presented Mr. Josiah Rodwell, of Livermere, with

'.non'y, tlie roliei? in without cracking chipping the jialnt. The Board Agriculture has preienv-d Mr. Jofiah Rodwel!, Livetmerc, with a gold meda!, value for his great exertions in manuring cd 1400 acids of land, in his own occupation, upon which tarried the greateft quantity of
May 31, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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LOTTERT for JULY.

LOTTERT for JULY.

J'”!: above Lottery will begin drawing in Dubi ‘in on the 21ft [uly. The prizes arc, 1 of £.10,000 I £ < i ° 1 IJ.OOO 1 i loco 10,000 I . , , And from ,00l 81. inclurive. Tickets and Mrares are laic at the Old State Lottery Office of SWIFT and Co. No. 11, Poultiy, tflablilhed in
May 31, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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May 31, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
COURTS.

COURTS.

hereby given. That General COURTS BARON ihe moft Noble CHARLES MARQJtHS CORNWALLIS. holden for follo'vins manors, aN the refpeflive times and places hereafter mentioned, viz. For the MANORS . ■ OnThurfday, the day Eye Sokemere, and Eye-3 June i.ext, Eleven hall, otherwife Priory
May 31, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
scurry, gout, leprosy,scrophula, RUEUJTATISM, &c. &c. A Profit Supply of SPILSIkURY’s Antifcorbutic . DROP-v from the Difpenfary, Soho-fquarfc, London, is

scurry, gout, leprosy,scrophula, RUEUJTATISM, &c. &c. A Profit Supply of SPILSIkURY’s Antifcorbutic . DROP-v from the Difpenfary, Soho-fquarfc, London, is

now received W. Middleditcb,die. Patent Medicine Office, Brook-ft r eet, Ipfwich. This medicine, from an innumeiablc feries of trials, fet toitb in variety of certi.icates, appears to be the moft Efficacious rcVnedy, in the cure of the above difeafes, ever difeovered by th. acut
May 31, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
was high trcafon at the cmnmon law; and it was not till the of Edward ihe 3d thal any flatute

was high trcafon at the cmnmon law; and it was not till the of Edward ihe 3d thal any flatute

was provided, called Statutum dt Proditiombus, The preamble'flates, that divers opinions bad prevailed, and therefore the aft was pafTed. Various alterations, particularly in the lime of Henry the Bth, branched out of this do&rine of trcafons. The 33d of that King enafts, that i
May 31, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England