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BUSH TAVERN. BRISTOL. JUST 'imported, Quantity of fine lively TURTLE, of all Bars, for SaLE. ilrclTcil rhit day, and every

BUSH TAVERN. BRISTOL. JUST 'imported, Quantity of fine lively TURTLE, of all Bars, for SaLE. ilrclTcil rhit day, and every

day during the I ieaftin. TURTLE for fate in quantities in out »f the H**ufr; potted,and warranted keep for ten day*, tod fem any part the kingdom. [<B4l BRJSI'OII I r«N SALE, by HUNTERS and Co. 300 CASKS of GALLIPOLI OIL. Aa APARTMENT to be LETT, REASON A«LC. TERMS, LADY, who r
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
OBSROK. TO THE MAY-FLY. POOR Inner! whit little day Of funny Mlfs thine' And yet thou thy llfht gay, And

OBSROK. TO THE MAY-FLY. POOR Inner! whit little day Of funny Mlfs thine' And yet thou thy llfht gay, And

liiJ'ft them, fpreading, (hire! Then hnmm’ft thy fhnrt «nd time Unmindful of thebl.ll; And c.relrft while *iu burning noon. Haw (hart that noon ba« faft! A Jhow'r would lay thy beauty low, Th» dew of twilight Th. ♦orrem of thy overthrow— Thy ftorm of Jeftiny! Then, (yield tby li
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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LONDON. TUESDAY AUG. 2 G. J- flop the Pit Si Bate, that .1 Turnout aI/ has within this hour of the V arrival proportion from Bonaparte ", of negociation. In con,W n( this report, Confols role the from 1 i—£>’.gliib Ckroa. Prouder arrived ycflcrday from Lord Whit- . . his lo'dlhi
August 28, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Gibraltar, June 21. A GENERAL change has of late taken place throughout this garrison most the corps some time stationed here have embarked and sailed either with Sir C. Stuart, or Sir R. Abercrombie. the latter of whom sailed hence the other day with three other generals in the
August 4, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
CHICHESTER,

CHICHESTER,

SATURDAY, AUGUSTS. The Duchess Devonshire her two lovely daughters, accompauied the Marquis of ami tbe Countess Dowager Spenc -r, are at Bognor Rock. The i rince of ales at Brighton, where his ii.ess will rem tin tali aft-.-r the races. Lewes wool fair on Saturday aft was numero
August 4, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON,

SOUTHAMPTON,

SATURDAY,. AUGUSTS. The ground at quite clear of (bldicrs, the camp being entirely broken up; the lafi diviGon embarked yesterday evening, with the greatcft expedition. The whole are under the command of General James Pultcney. Their defoliation at prefent*unknown', being kept a
August 4, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
To the Worshipful the Magistrates of the County of Southampton. LORDS AND GENTLEMEN, /BEG Leave to return you my sincere

To the Worshipful the Magistrates of the County of Southampton. LORDS AND GENTLEMEN, /BEG Leave to return you my sincere

Thanks for the Preference you Have this Day shewn, by electing Surgeon to the County Gaol and Bridewell. Permit me to repeat my Asiurances, that it. shall be my earnest Endeavour to prove myself worthy of your Choice, by a faithful Discharge of the Duties with which you have ent
August 4, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Home News.

Home News.

PORTSMOUTH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3. evening all the tranfports, about 100 in number, with the troops and military ftoies, failed on the fecret expedition. They are call off Plymouth, where Sir James Pultency will embark, and where they -will probably be joined additional troops. The
August 11, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
foKX) Quarters Oats,

foKX) Quarters Oats,

Quarters Oats, (lying-rmdrr the rare Mr, Christopher Duukiu, Horslydowii) from the King’s magazines.it Himbro and Bremen. particular* may known Claude Scott, Lm{. No. 17, h'cm hurch-strect • Thomas Rowcroft, Broker, N0.‘27, Lawrence- and Broker, No. 6, Great Eastcheap, I.oadon.
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Prliicrs vV.-i'.es.— Tiuhvark, the. York, ami the Army.—Rest the Royal Rotivjieyj aiid the V’oluntcers Kent.— The England.—-The Vohjnueeis Ireland, who

Prliicrs vV.-i'.es.— Tiuhvark, the. York, ami the Army.—Rest the Royal Rotivjieyj aiid the V’oluntcers Kent.— The England.—-The Vohjnueeis Ireland, who

their Couitfrv the hour danger.—The Ladies oi taia Ireland.—Mr. Pitt, and may long eminent situation now holds, much to the ior J... vantage oi his country. —Mr, Dun das and the test h Jtcrs, their laborious endeavours in the service* coilatry 'prove successful. speedy, but hono
August 26, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England