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NEXT of KIN.

NEXT of KIN.

THE next Kin, not further removed than firft coufins, of Mrs. ELIZ. JOHNSTON, late Bury St. Edmund’s, .deceafed, are defired to apply Mr. William Dalton, Wellgate-ftrecf, Bury.
June 21, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MISS KIRBY refpcclfully informs her Friends and the Public, That (he has taken a large llouie in an airy fituation,

MISS KIRBY refpcclfully informs her Friends and the Public, That (he has taken a large llouie in an airy fituation,

which (he enters at Midfummer. and propofes, with the aflillance of her fiftcr, undertaking the cate of TWENTY YOUNG LADIES. Mudc, French, &c. upon the ufual terms. Particulars may be had at the printer’s. Wanted, as half boarder, A young perfon, who has not been educated in a l
June 21, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
STOW HUNDRED, June 11, 1800. THE Diredlors and Afling Guardians of the Poor for the Paid Hundred, will hold their

STOW HUNDRED, June 11, 1800. THE Diredlors and Afling Guardians of the Poor for the Paid Hundred, will hold their

Annual Meeting, the day |une mftant, at the White Hart Inn, in Stowmarket, in of .Suffolk, Twelve o’clock at noon j when and where, all perfnns willing contract for fupplyingthe Poor’s Houfe. in Onehoufe, until Michaelmas next, with good (leer beef, good malt ungroumi. brown f-a
June 21, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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June 21, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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June 28, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

The objetfl of the expedition to Quiberon is, is faitl, to keep the peniufula as a harbour for our (hips of war : by which means the trade of the enemy, particularly the coailing trade, will be more effetflually harrafled Bernadotte commands the French troops in the weftern depa
June 13, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BAVINS

BAVINS

Chatham Vi£l uaHi -office, -jlh June, 1800. THE .Agent for v dualling his Majelly’s Navy, lh; 1 ; porf, does hereby give notice, that TuefiUy, the ift of |uly, twelve o’clock noon, will ready, his office, to receive tenders tor 2000 , to delivered into tbefc (lores demanded the
June 27, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MILTON BOARDING SCHOOL, Next Sittingeorne, Kent. THE Rev. J. LOUGH refpeftfully informs his frends'and the public, that his School opens

MILTON BOARDING SCHOOL, Next Sittingeorne, Kent. THE Rev. J. LOUGH refpeftfully informs his frends'and the public, that his School opens

Monday, the ft July next. N. B, Drawing, French, Mufic and Dancing, arc taught by and approved Mafttrs. Mii.ton, 24. th Jane, i?co,
June 27, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WARMTH OF THE WEATHER.

WARMTH OF THE WEATHER.

WARMTH THE WEATHER. THE yellownefs occaftoned by the warmth of the weather, is effedlually removed by the of the CREAM VIOLETS. Tne impofitions daily the public, has indaced the Pate itee to bis name, in hi, own hand-writing, onthcoutfide each article, as a againft tne various co
June 24, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
GENERAL

GENERAL

The Cotton M Sugars, the begi Thurfday and Fr lings per cwl. very it large orders for —lron continues fro pi 245. to reafon of this Turkey gum arab PRICE Kent ni, Suite* 11]. os. Eife* 111. os. RETUR^ From the Qrs. . 147 160 - . 146 158 . 144 64 ■ . 142 177 , 284 . , 3 139 ■—■■■
June 24, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England