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Carpeting and Cabinet TVart-Boonts, STREET, • r*ALI.AN and BOOTH, Upholders, Cabinet* . Maker-. Ac. beg b*«e ».oinform their Frrcod* and

Carpeting and Cabinet TVart-Boonts, STREET, • r*ALI.AN and BOOTH, Upholders, Cabinet* . Maker-. Ac. beg b*«e ».oinform their Frrcod* and

-be Public, that they have juft received large :>f Wilton, Venetian, and Scotch CAR PETS »nd CARPET ING, the pattern#, and the bcil quality, which they comhuie fellat reduced- variety Papf«*H/noino<; Did pattern* and Small Sets, cluaprr. than the * prkes. Phan ire Bit, b» lit va
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED. Mr. Jagger, farmer, of Chalvey-green, near Wind for, aged 79. to bis girl, Betty Thomas, aged 12. She is

MARRIED. Mr. Jagger, farmer, of Chalvey-green, near Wind for, aged 79. to bis girl, Betty Thomas, aged 12. She is

the daughter one Thomas, labouring man of Compton, near Hey, Beths: what U remarkable, Thomas has ten children, all living, and the Parfon of the his credit it th z tenth child, and has brought up, and educated it, at Ins own BIRTH. I.ady afon. DIED. John Chambers, cfq; lincn-fa
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
paper on the day publication, in the Pottiries, and throughout every Town and populous Village in Staff9rd/hir<. It is alio

paper on the day publication, in the Pottiries, and throughout every Town and populous Village in Staff9rd/hir<. It is alio

difrributed, in the oft expeditious manner, in StropjMre, Chefare, Vtriyhirt, tree Her thirty Jf urn ko.it «, and jart fent, free poftage, any part Great Britain. A»ve*tisements arc received by Mr. Tayle*, No. 5, Warwick-fquare, London ;by Printers of the Couitry Papers ;by the
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
the Library Germany, Bible Halle conftantly lies open, *in which through great Tin the part of the great tin of

the Library Germany, Bible Halle conftantly lies open, *in which through great Tin the part of the great tin of

la in (lead being j tor the commandment runs thus-—‘Thou (halt commit adultery.’ Not curious in the line of various readings in the Bible, h an alteration once nude printer’s widow the of fubjeftion her hulband pronounced upon Eve, recorded in the vetfe the third chapter of Gcne
August 21, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MNKRIIPTS

MNKRIIPTS

JiAtn Atl-'v, of lMMtVllrMt, vlfli.all.-i, it? tier and . Up-mi. ■•her* S-ri-iirr, nf FAiirffiA, -milt'r, liraler an-i r'nipman. |om* Chanrollwrao-I.nr HBftn.ufi, f twnbr-olt-rr. ?? .l Hutn-t an'l WftKitUli-ci, nf Mam hHter, li .fo-HM-pi-i -, -U air, i. ■ hapmrn, «mi o-pafttfri.
August 25, 1800 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORN-LETTERS. Monday, Augujl The fupplies of Wheat at moll of the country markets having fallen off more fuddenly than expedled,

CORN-LETTERS. Monday, Augujl The fupplies of Wheat at moll of the country markets having fallen off more fuddenly than expedled,

there were a great number of landmen here both Wednefday and Friday, who tot off large quantities of the bell foreign at advance, and this morning it was flii fearer, but the i'ales were not large ; of our growth there was very little or no lale, ami that being of a fine quality
August 22, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, August 21.

CAMBRIDGE, August 21.

Mr. George Thackeray, and Mr. Edw. Reine Payne, of King's college, are admitted Fellows of thatfociety. The Rev. Daniel Bayley, B. D. Fellow of St. John's college, and Chaplain to the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of Peterborough, has,been appointed by the Moft Noble the Marquis of
August 22, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS. . .

BANKRUPTS. . .

I. till ?? ci ricHsm, rnullin ■..nef.ftatei, dealer anu rl.npa.an. Jol.eji |„hr. Unci, of liccmlnirj. ewebaiicllei. , 11..5.1 Wa.ki.u, ol Monacois'li, Ikcc. cWc-miler, de.kr aM cltapucn. aotscil Alkiufus, of Kiii*il..c.-u|)a.i-r!..11. rncrcti.nl, duke wid cl.apcn..,. llwaul Taca
August 18, 1800 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WORSTED YARN MANUFACTURE. Notice is hereby given, "PHAT the COMMITTEE appointed ac- Jl cording to the Dire&ions of Adi of

WORSTED YARN MANUFACTURE. Notice is hereby given, "PHAT the COMMITTEE appointed ac- Jl cording to the Dire&ions of Adi of

Parliament parted in the 25th Year of his prefent Ma jefty's Reign, intitled, An Adt for the more •' effectually .preventing Frauds and Abufes coin" mitted Perfons employed in the Manufactures " Combing Wool, Worded, Yarn, and Goods " made from Worfted, in the Counties of Bedfor
August 29, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MANCHESTER, Aug 5.

MANCHESTER, Aug 5.

the Weekly Hoard at the Infirmary yefterday,the following patients were difcharged & admitted, viz. In patients difcharg-) In-patients admitted ed cured Out-patients ad , Made Out patients nutted laft week Dead 1 Home-Patients alfo Out-patients difchargcd in trie laft week cared
August 5, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England