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THE Diredors and Ailing Guardians of the Poor within the Hundred, will hold their General Quarterly hireling the Angel, in Halerworlh, on Friday the day of July inßant, at ti o’clock in the forenoon piecifely, when and where all per- Tons willing to contrail for fupplyingthc fai
July 5, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NEW KIND of TURNIP.

NEW KIND of TURNIP.

NEW KIND TURNIP. WARNER and SEAMAN, No. iS, Cornhill, oppolite the Exchange, London, to make generally known very valuable kind Turnip, which they call STUBBLE TURNIP, the peculiar excellence of which conlifts in admitting late as the or third week in Augull, on pea or corn lluhb
July 5, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LOES and WILFORD HUNDREDS.

LOES and WILFORD HUNDREDS.

THE Directors and Acting Guardians of the Poor within the hundreds, will hold their General Quarterly Meeting, on Thurfday, the rotk day ofjuly, atthe Crown, Woodbridge, at Ten o’clock in the forenoon precilely tvlien and where ail perfons willing to coutraCl for fupplying the H
July 5, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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July 5, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ARMORIAL BEARING TAX.

ARMORIAL BEARING TAX.

EAST-RIDING of the COUNTY of YORK, and the TOWN and COUNTY the TOWNof KINGSTON UPON-HULL. NOTICE hereby given, that CERITIFI CATES for ARMORIAL BEARINGS, commencing the day of June, 1800, and ending the of June, are now iffuing this Office, and will continue to grouted, everyday
July 12, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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PERSONAL LEGACY DUTY.

PERSONAL LEGACY DUTY.

Stamp-Office, London, June 23, xBoo. WHEREAS by an paffed on the 26th day of April, in the Thirty fixth Year of the Reign of His prefent Majrjly, it is enaSed, That upon every Legacy, Specific or Pecuniary, the Value 201. or mores given any Will or Tcllamcntary Inllrument of any
July 12, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Tiic CommliTioners alfti give X lice,

Tiic CommliTioners alfti give X lice,

Tiic alfti give lice, That by Acl pofed in the Thirty fevent h Tear of his Mayfly's Rrign, it cnafled, That every who (hail i It. the oi any Per ion after the palhug of the (aid At\, or any part thereof, vvithout proving the Will the Dcceafcd, or taking out l*et«« ters of Adminif
July 12, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SCHEME.

SCHEME.

No. Prizes. Value of each. Total Value. of £20,c00 is 15.000 ■ • 15,000 10,000 10,000 5 15,000 ——- 6;.''00 5 ——. 1000 - 5000 6 ~ luo l •—— 100 ■— s *-■ 64.00' 8.000 8,05 1 Prized. 25,949 Tickets, 150,000 The following Capitals are included In the Schemes Full-drawn 7th day - - -
July 12, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TOR SALE,

TOR SALE,

At the Lanyhotirn-ll jrJ Cojfee-hovfe, I.oriihon, c,l the l\jl inji, at quarter I'fere two o'jlocl, fre.ijo/yi The following GOODS, viz. ABOUT 5000 Bags of FLOUR and WHEAT and RYE MEAL, c.ich Bag about Ijolb. from the King’s Magazines Hamburg and Bremen. Further particulars may
July 12, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LOT 111.

LOT 111.

A new rreAtd brick and tiled Dwclling-houfe, fituale in Caftlegate aforefatd, confilling of two good arched CcllaVs, and arched Coal Collar under the ftreet, good Shop. Parlour, Kitchen, privilege pleafant Yard, good water, and moiety of a large foft-water Cittern, fupplicd rain
July 12, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England