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BECCLES RAC EE

BECCLES RAC EE

RAC EE ARE fixed for Momhy the 15th, 1 ucfi’ey the I full September next, when i F a:c\»"ll ran for Hunters, carrying 12 ftoi c, the fi <J { and an Open Plate for another the lecond day fexcenting having ever been entered for King's plateiorflartedf.r a £.) further par tieulars w
August 2, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Mr. WESSELSj . I.atc Houfe Surgeon to St. Bartholomew’s Horpital, and original Proprietor of the Patent Jejutt's Drtps, and Specific

Mr. WESSELSj . I.atc Houfe Surgeon to St. Bartholomew’s Horpital, and original Proprietor of the Patent Jejutt's Drtps, and Specific

Relfieajf For certain Difeafe, BEING returned from the Continent, where he has been engaged in his profeltional capacity, and finding that his medicines have, during his ah. fence, been mod (hamcfully imiiated and tndul trioufly circulated, to the great injury of the l munity, t
August 2, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
We hear that Monday laft the'Thra«P .Volunteer Corps of Cavalry and Infantry ceived their colours from the Irands (Squire, Lady

We hear that Monday laft the'Thra«P .Volunteer Corps of Cavalry and Infantry ceived their colours from the Irands (Squire, Lady

the Commandant. , monial was arranged and condu&ed in.a which produced moft excellent Squire was fupporjgd .to the platform by Capt. Hodfon, Troop of Yolun«*j; Cavalry, and Cornet Barclay, of the| j Ounlle Troop of Yeomanry, bearing the ftamk.rd | colour. The platform was crowde
August 16, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LIST of FAIRS, from August 18 Sept 1.

LIST of FAIRS, from August 18 Sept 1.

LIST FAIRS, from August 18 Sept 1. within the Circuit this Paper. Th. W , o*»*7,, i J™*°**~ferr*rt, and fla-e^'. T. -~r- z6. Hinckley, *fld Northampton. * I. -r--- 25. Nevtptrt-Pagie/l.
August 16, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

At the Affixes for Buckingham, were tried, of whom fix were capitally convicted, viz. John Hanklin, James Perkins John Cox, John Wcfton, and W. Carter, for highway robbery; and Thomas King, forfheepfteahng; the tour laft of whom the Judge reprieved before he left town, but they
August 2, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Genera! Infirmary, NORTHAMPTON, AUGUST 2d, 1800 AT the General Court of Governors held here this Day, it was ordered, That

Genera! Infirmary, NORTHAMPTON, AUGUST 2d, 1800 AT the General Court of Governors held here this Day, it was ordered, That

Genera! Infirmary, NORTHAMPTON, Alcust ad, AT the Ger.er.il Court of Governors held here tin* Day, ;s or lert-d, Thar the Governors, w;th rhe Weekly Commute*, do the: Annual Rep 0 1 the K.r.te Accounts of this Inhimary, b« re.* |h« Mtertn.; ?J| ,j ; * the laid Court • o Keren* .
August 2, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NORTHAMPTON, Jin V th, CHARLES FITZHUGH returns his Thanks his Piiftomers for Fa" ours already conferred on him. and begs

NORTHAMPTON, Jin V th, CHARLES FITZHUGH returns his Thanks his Piiftomers for Fa" ours already conferred on him. and begs

to'tcquaiat the Public that he intends cnoveving Coir's from I.otulon, by Water, Fennv-"Stratfgjrd ; from thence to Northampton, and Parts aafjacent, , $T The firft Boat left the Grand Whitcfriars, on the of July, and it is his Intention to have a Boat forwarded thence once a Fo
August 23, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
&-tetmcstmK's Post.

&-tetmcstmK's Post.

IT is certain that Mr. Frere, the present Under Secretary of State for the Southern Depart- ment, is about to leave London for Lisbon, where he is appointed to succeed the Hon. Mr. Wal- pole. Mr- Hammond takes his department ; and Mr. Fisher is to be the new Under Secretary for
August 30, 1800 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

AT the sign of the Five Bells, Eastrv, in two lots, Monday the of September, 1300, at sixo'clock the afternoon (unless before disposed by private contract:) Lot 1. Consisting of capital FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, with five acres, more or less, of orchard and garden ground the house cons
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
I ROM THE HAMBURGH MAIL.

I ROM THE HAMBURGH MAIL.

Brussels, July 24-. The night before last, two Prussian couriers passed through this place for Paris. The latter came three hours after the former. They were both charged to proceed with the greatest expedition. We learn from Dunkirk, that the number English ships of war before
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England