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LONDON,

LONDON,

After the events which have taken place, and the information have from time to time communicated to the public, it will occafion uo great degree of furprize that fliould announce the approaching departure of his Excellency Count from this country. This Miniftcr not, however, rec
May 31, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Valuable New Leicejlcrjhire Rams. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. Boott, On the Prcmife.®, Monday the day of June, at

Valuable New Leicejlcrjhire Rams. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. Boott, On the Prcmife.®, Monday the day of June, at

eleven o'clock, ALL the Capital Stock RAMS, the pr»pe»ty of Mr. JOSIAIi TWAMLEY, ot Bromfgrove, in the county Worcefterf (who dclimng the Farming Bulinefs,) confiding of one Five Shear Ram', two Four Shears, Three Shears, feven two Shears, and twenty-four Shearlings. • Thefe She
May 24, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
EREAS Mr. JOHN BROWN, of WinHcfo"} Mlli > 'he County Stafford, was indicted at the laft 4.ffiz- at Stafford, at

EREAS Mr. JOHN BROWN, of WinHcfo"} Mlli > 'he County Stafford, was indicted at the laft 4.ffiz- at Stafford, at

Suit, for uttering a Note, knowing to forged • Now JOHN UADOE! TV, having had time 'cypo, tunny t , make further enquiries concerning the lame, do f.it;sfied, that the hid [ohn fire,*,., at time he ihe Note f. me, h.,d ~, to believe it to fo^ed, M . . . JOHN BADDELEY. ■4tb"ghtcn
May 24, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
On Friday both Houfes of Parliament voted addrefles to his Majefty, on the late atrocious attempt upon his Royal perfon.

On Friday both Houfes of Parliament voted addrefles to his Majefty, on the late atrocious attempt upon his Royal perfon.

the Dublin mails of Monday, intelligence has been received that the alterations which were made in the articles of the union the Parliment, have been agreed by the Irifh Legiflature; and that bill, founded upon them, was be introduced by Lord Caitleroagh on Friday laft. Among th
May 23, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
London Gazette Extraordinary.

London Gazette Extraordinary.

Donvning-flreet, April 28, A which the following is extra*?!, has been received from the Rt. Hon. Lord Minto, his Majefty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minifter Plenipotentiary Vienna, by the Rt. Hon. Lord Grenvillc, his Majefty's Secretary of State for the Foreign Department. MY LO
May 2, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOSTON SHIP NKWS, the 29th April. Foreign inward. Family, Morlroni R'* ce with deals Coajleftr invar John & Jane, Booth,

BOSTON SHIP NKWS, the 29th April. Foreign inward. Family, Morlroni R'* ce with deals Coajleftr invar John & Jane, Booth,

from Hull {Traveller,Rudd, from Newcaftte; Martin, Herbert, and Frederick, Blvth, from Sunderland, ail with coals. Two Brothers, Southgate, from Hull, ami Eclipfe, Hart, from London, both with goods. Sally, VVhelburn, from Lynn, with barley, rye, &c. Confers outward, Fly, Green;
May 2, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
TURNPIKE ROAD, Lincoln Vlea.h rt> the City of Peterborough, and the fevers! thereof. otii e it hereby given, *""1""* the

TURNPIKE ROAD, Lincoln Vlea.h rt> the City of Peterborough, and the fevers! thereof. otii e it hereby given, *""1""* the

L, A N.N M F. ET* the Truttees for all the of the lard Roads will held the Bum I.nn, liOl)KN, in the Countv«f l.iftofn, the Day ,V; a.y lock in the Fr.rei.oon, f.-r palling the Accounts the Trtafureii, and lor tranladii fuel) other a y appear iveeefT'rtrv. HART, Clerk the Middle
May 16, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE very Efsjuirc, : and the ne-'r town flolton-le-lttoors, in moft populous which require regular and Coals. * Any or

THE very Efsjuirc, : and the ne-'r town flolton-le-lttoors, in moft populous which require regular and Coals. * Any or

perfons who may wifh to treat for the fame, are requeued to give in their terms in writmg, at the office of Edward and John Gorft, m Leigh, in the faid county, where information may he had the laid Mines. Ijl May, 18JO. TO BE SOLD AUCTION] the houlc Mr. James Owen, known the the
May 20, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
fection unknown at any former period." 4. That the Spinning of Yam.- for foreign markets' caufes a great influx of

fection unknown at any former period." 4. That the Spinning of Yam.- for foreign markets' caufes a great influx of

foreign Wealth into this country, and alio contributes to the revenues, by increafing the duties on the importation of the raw materia! into this country, while it gives additional employment to the Merchants, Ship-owners and Seamen. 5. That the increafe of the Spinning Bufinefs
May 6, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
May 12th, LANCASHIRE HUMANE SOCIETY. the attendance of all the prefsr.t Members and »t! Fri.nJ, to this charitable lnllitution, at

May 12th, LANCASHIRE HUMANE SOCIETY. the attendance of all the prefsr.t Members and »t! Fri.nJ, to this charitable lnllitution, at

an '■ efp'.cial Mutiny he!d at the Star Inn. Deanfgate,j Manchefter, Monday* the 19th inltant, c even o'clock in the forenoon. B. BAYLEY. Vice ... NG-i N HOSi LrA U ' Geieral Hoird, May 7, It was unanimou.lv, th' thanks this Board given to the PrHidrnt, Vice Treafurer." Deputy A
May 13, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England