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PRICE OF LEATHER.

PRICE OF LEATHER.

Butts 50 to 6olb. igd. to aod. 00. 60 to nolb. aod. to 2l<l. Merchants Backs tod. to ir,l_. 'Flat Ordinary lyd. to 1 8d . Calf Skins 4.0 to 50th. per dosen z6d. to ipd. Do. 60 to Solb. do. 274. to - o d. Do. So to *2olb. z2d. to 26d. DielF.ng Hides 16 lo 17J. fane Coach Hides iy
May 15, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AH ELEGY

AH ELEGY

OS THE DEATH OF WM. COWPER, esq. AtfTKOE Or " TUB 7ASX," &C. AND is the fpirit of the Poet fled ? Vet, fiom iti earthly tenement 'ti* fl-vn ! And Death, at length, hat added to the dead Tbe iweetcft Minftrel that the world hat knots n Untainted wath the MandiJhments of vice, Whi
May 15, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The ASSIZE of BREAD for the BOROUGH ef.DERBY.

The ASSIZE of BREAD for the BOROUGH ef.DERBY.

The ASSIZE of BREAD for the BOROUGH ef DERBY. To cct*ti~tM &r»r. 4ays from ach. «-.*« m*.sz&L _at a by, May 14.3 IVbiu. K'beattm Hw/hmtm. 1800. lb. ox. dr. tb.ost.dr. Ib.emJr-, The Penny Loaf, © ; ole 315(0 $ j a -penny Loaf, c, 6,0 | o 7 1310 j* aj 3 penny Loaf, o o o j 0111,015
May 15, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AN ATTEMPT TO Assassinate his Majesty.

AN ATTEMPT TO Assassinate his Majesty.

; AN ATTEMPT TO Itage ib II IT is with extreme regret that we cannot afdribe the d event which happened at Drury-Lane Theatre in the a -evening, equally to the effcft of accident. Evqry loyal heart. miut 'be .Uftlldrwith-.griff and.i ?? D hearing' thec' diogeri-to' which His Maje
May 19, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FINANCE.

FINANCE.

FNIANCE. , AS Ac~us~r ouNs~ o v~ainf ?? the.Pbx-.. as M&9t+ TA-gt-aeki4 befre the Year j7q93; IS, and ilfo of the6 TU i ip.dinh eaeh-fubfequent Ytear;.taken fot.T4 wo eYears, ending' refpeICi, jh upon 5th jaxya .s. , Mid 3th Janury,.a~ooz 0 d ~ ?? > 4 b g0 0U, 3° |* d -0 Z v~~~0
May 19, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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COURT of GUARDIANS, NORWICH.

COURT of GUARDIANS, NORWICH.

THE Committee appointed to contract for Provifions for the poor, will meet at the Duke’s Palace Workhoufe on Wednefday, the 21ft inltant, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, receive propofals for ferving the Two Workhoufcs with good Norfolk or Suffolk Firkin Butter, and good Suff
May 17, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Lines on Virtue,

Lines on Virtue,

AJdreffed to tbe Ladies. The heat-that is to Virtue's caufe inclin'd. Recoil sat vice, tho' PaSTion'S fometimes blind; Reflection oft this hideous fiend controul, And roufe the o_ormant-_pa{rion ofthe foul ; . .„' Catch af this heavenly ray, improve irs light, Be Strong in purpo
May 17, 1800 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
■j ... , - :' " . • s . - ----- —^-raa * Advertisement*, Articles of Intelligence, and Orders,

■j ... , - :' " . • s . - ----- —^-raa * Advertisement*, Articles of Intelligence, and Orders,

Paper, are thankfully recerVed, post-paid also Mr. T*W*/>W«rwick-square, near St. Paul's j at P*ele's FleEt-street* . x * ' Garbaway's Coffee-house, Cornhil!} the Chapter Coffee rouse, Paternoster-row j and at the EftcvcLOPJETHA Ofprc£, & U distributed with the utmost expedition
May 19, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
THE FOND WIFE. Mr. Editor, Hard is the lot of that man who is plagued with a wanton wife, a

THE FOND WIFE. Mr. Editor, Hard is the lot of that man who is plagued with a wanton wife, a

jealous wife, a drunken •wife, or a tcolding wife; but it is better to have a wanton, jealous, drunken, or fcolding wife, nay, I may fay all together, than be yoked to a loving wife. The wanton wife will let the ir.an wear his horns on his head with peace and quiet, if will give
May 17, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ATTEMPT AGAINST THE LIFE OF HIS MAJESTY.

ATTEMPT AGAINST THE LIFE OF HIS MAJESTY.

Lord Grenville (aid, that before the Itoule proceeded upon any o'her bufmcfs, there was one paramount duty which their Lord ips were bound to perform, which was to throw them (elves at the foot of the Throne, and exprefs thole feelings which every man who him be equally imprelTe
May 20, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England