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August 2, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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****** feaiiiw* Newport, 1 Eto> horn Si*a ■iTK » lit! 4U at ars.T bon Ma*n nor 44» J* d ■tt'jla*

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August 2, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GENER.

GENER.

QUAY, * Ltm- A fiftton, the P»ri»h W Yirfc W. Tho«>»»i Pehtoe-iHrU—Deainn-Htll, JurT i<. rteo- ~ be SOLD by Auction, ttt.Hmuc/Mtairm ftiium,lm Hnubrlf toriih U S.iAt A'tM** 4,<,w JhrUm,— ib.iltl&J •f Agort* toOP* tetviu* tit Hnrt t/i'ttd 4 • J/urmm, tttciltrtr /■ V „• hf Jtitah
August 2, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GAME*

GAME*

WHEREAS the GAME within the Manors of Stanhope, Volunpham. Lanchtatcr, Auckhßd, and DaaHnpon, hath Ken much *l«m.yed piaebert and other onquallficd Pcnmna. who have hfoors and other <rf the urtd - Manor.: Now this give Notice, tlat the BUhop of Dgt!.am. l.ord of the said Mat*..r
August 2, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CORBRIDOE ROAD.

CORBRIDOE ROAD.

NOTICE hereby given, that the next Meeting of the Tcutters of the said Road itap. pointed to be held at the House of Mr Winship, in Coibridge, Thursday the yth Day! of August neat, at 11 o'clock In the Forenoon, when, the Tolls arising at the several Toll Gates upon the said Roa
August 2, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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TANFIELD MOOR INCLOSURE.

TANFIELD MOOR INCLOSURE.

Pursuance of an of Parliament passed the present Year of his Majestf\Rclgn, intituled « Adt for dividing, allotting anaHnclomflc Common, called Tanfield Moor, In the Parish or le-Street, in the County of Oorham,** I, JOSEPH GRANGER, the sole Commissioner appointed for putting th
August 2, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NUME.:-R 368. your minds, let it be indided into your children, that the Liberty of the Prefs is the PAL

NUME.:-R 368. your minds, let it be indided into your children, that the Liberty of the Prefs is the PAL

LAD a of all the civil, political and religious Rights of Frcznien. Lct it be upon juNii.s. _ circulated through the Towns and V Illages in the Counties of CAMBRIDGE, WEN iNcooN L ~ _INCOLN, RU ELAND, and H/RTFORD I through a eonficletable. Part of This Paper IRE, L-,ICESTERSHIR
August 2, 1800 - Cambridge Intelligencer - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
611 AAS PEA R •

611 AAS PEA R •

611 PEA R • The Public ate refpeafully informe,i, prir V[UMBER 1. asta 11... Of a SY.RIts ilighirfuriNta NG& from SnaitstiwAs's. Sotim AGA s or by Mr. Wm. I%,RONILEV. Who has alreadv fo ably diftinguithed hinifelf and in lifAclin's Bible. BOWyCf`S Hilary of Engla by nd, other wel
August 2, 1800 - Cambridge Intelligencer - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
t •. I tooly, or too zealertflv ecomintlid• its genzril imitation, the conchae of • note }tonal and independent men

t •. I tooly, or too zealertflv ecomintlid• its genzril imitation, the conchae of • note }tonal and independent men

who formed the (irand Jury of Midtrick; and the Traverfe. j,ury. of Clerkenwelt, m expofing the rnifmanagement of the Prifon-houfe, in Cold Bath Fields. (See their report in our Lill page.) Strange it is too, that the perf,,imance of a facrcd duty fhould be matter of c Well it i
August 2, 1800 - Cambridge Intelligencer - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
every eircunifianot for the honour of my Crown, fo r the heppinefsofnly Suk;tets, and fur the fecoiity ha well= ofevery

every eircunifianot for the honour of my Crown, fo r the heppinefsofnly Suk;tets, and fur the fecoiity ha well= ofevery

par: orate BritiDt Empire." Then the Chancellor, by ,his Majely's rammed, fail : Atr Lord? Pr.' GeNtlever?t, Is it his Majefty's Royal will and pleafure, that ti Is Parliament be pronagued td Tuciday the 7th Day arOelober neat, to be then here holden and this Parliament ia accor
August 2, 1800 - Cambridge Intelligencer - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England