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DREADFUL OCCURRENCE.

DREADFUL OCCURRENCE.

Nottingham, Aug. u.—George Caunt, hair drefftr, having been fufpetted of (tealing feveral article! from the lodgings a gentleman this town, an order was iffued for his appre. henflon on fe'nnight, but he found means to from the perfon who had him in cullodf, and concealed i'■ •
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
HAWKINS’S CREDITORS, ttfe.

HAWKINS’S CREDITORS, ttfe.

SUCH Perfons have a claim on the Eft ate Effc&i of RICHARD HAWKINS, U« of Stulcoaw., Tinner, are requeued deliver ftacements thereof Mcflrs. C attkrson and Hawkins, of Kingfton-upon-Huil. Curriers, in order that the fame may adjufted and fettled ; and all debts due the Richard H
August 30, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CONVOYS.

CONVOYS.

The Ihips for the Baltic that were to have failed from hence !a(l Wednesday, are detain*d contrary windb; a large fleet is toileted, ready to fail firft opportunity. The Hy«na frigate, Capt. David Lloyd, appointed to take charge ihc Ijr Hamburg, Breuicit and Embdeu, to failfrtii
August 30, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATH OF TIPPOO SULTAUN.

DEATH OF TIPPOO SULTAUN.

The Saltaun went out early on the morning of the aflault, as was his daily cull ont, to one of the cavaliers the outer rampart of the north face, whence he could oblcrvc what was doing on both Tides; —he remained there till about noun, retired lake his ulual Tepaft under a panda
August 30, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Valuable Rams, Ewes, ard Gimmer Shearlings, of th New Eeicejlerjhire Breed. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION*'; BYMR. BOOTT, (On the

Valuable Rams, Ewes, ard Gimmer Shearlings, of th New Eeicejlerjhire Breed. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION*'; BYMR. BOOTT, (On the

Prcmifcs) 0(1 M.iJjy tic W Old day, »/ Stftcmlcr, 1800, eleven 9* clock in the forenoon^ ALL the Capital FLOCK of RAMS, EWES, ard GIMM£R SHEARLINGS, the property of Mr. BALL, of Upton, near Beverley, in Holdernefs, in the Riding of the county of York, who is declining the Ram Tr
August 30, 1800 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
be SOLD bv ALCr A % UOI’ER and" DOUGHTY, At the Coach and Horses, Ipswich, Tuesday, Sept 2, about Six

be SOLD bv ALCr A % UOI’ER and" DOUGHTY, At the Coach and Horses, Ipswich, Tuesday, Sept 2, about Six

in the evening, the following Lots: Loti. Freehold Dwelling House, situated JLli. in Car-street, Ipswich, in the occupation of Mrs. Osboldstonc. Lot 2. A Freehold Dwelling House,adjoining Lot 1, in the occupation of Mr. Brett. Lot 3. A Freehold Tenement, situated St. Margaret's
August 30, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
QHcDncstiay’S

QHcDncstiay’S

is certain that Mr. Frcre, the present Under Secretary of Stale for the Southern Department, abmit to leave London for Lisbon, where be is appointed to succeed the lion. Mr. Walpole. Mr. Hammond fakes bis department; and Mr. Fisher is to the new Under Secretary for the Northern D
August 30, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Its operation diflers materially from moll other applications ; it acts as a fedative, not as a repellent ; rnitcad

Its operation diflers materially from moll other applications ; it acts as a fedative, not as a repellent ; rnitcad

or forcing the difeafe into the fyfteu, it converts the hot corroding lchor into a genial pus or matter, heals the glided parts, and leaves the akin free froua every impurity. In inhamations of every kind, it has been found of the utinoit fervice ; and as an Eye Water it Rands u
August 30, 1800 - Cambridge Intelligencer - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
oaten ultimately get beyonvie . eettaih flittiptice for it. Nor can an increafedquantity in the colintry..have any operation, which: glutting

oaten ultimately get beyonvie . eettaih flittiptice for it. Nor can an increafedquantity in the colintry..have any operation, which: glutting

the' port; or 'ming, them may not perhips ocCafienr. " There, therefore, Maybe teCkonedentietthe advantages, arifing from- the proper:Sl. On the ether hand, Sane very intelligent farmerg have laid, 'that emu man in his own bufinefi his a tight to loot forwarlto 'his fair adrmtag
August 30, 1800 - Cambridge Intelligencer - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

ANNIVgitSARY OF THE OF. JULY. •Sfeeelt pragtomuced 5y Citizem, .N BONA- M.istifier of the the Oa if or, irth (i4th Jai the anik of giirr. CiTIAENS, Tilt experience of*akes teaches us hosir for.' midable Revolutions are ; their operations are aanated by all tite human pail - ions
August 30, 1800 - Cambridge Intelligencer - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England