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Woodcott near reading, Oxfordshire.

Woodcott near reading, Oxfordshire.

AUCTION, Mr. kISTIE, at his Room in Pali-mall, Thursday, August the 28th, at one o'clock ; A capital valuable and desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE; the extensive manor ol' or Rawlings, and the two undivided moieties the manors of Chackendon and Vvejcott, most plentifully stocked with a
August 26, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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DK A L

Sold Auction, by'John* Parker, X' Mdnday the Ist day of Aptcrnber and foUofcitag days ; All the HOUSEHOLD FURMTEJRE of Mr. Charles miller, . Deal; consisting very good goose and other feather-beds ; four-post bedsteds, w itli copper-plate and other hangings; mahogany drawers, cha
August 26, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TURNPIKE ROAD—ASHFORD TO MAIDSTONE

TURNPIKE ROAD—ASHFORD TO MAIDSTONE

TURNPIKE ROAD— ASHFORD TO MAIDSTONE 'VJ'OTICE is hereby giyen, that/he next Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike Ri leading from Wren’s Cross in the town of Maidstone to B.arrowhill in Ashford, in the county Kent, will held at the a.vd Bear Inn, Lenbam, on Friday, 5 September
August 26, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Sold, .Mr. John P a k f. h. . Wednesday, Sept. 3, disposed before by Private Contract) A BAKEHOUSE, yard,

Sold, .Mr. John P a k f. h. . Wednesday, Sept. 3, disposed before by Private Contract) A BAKEHOUSE, yard,

A-c. siuiaUd in the Middle Street Deal, near die South End. For particulars ripply Mr. James Hudson, Sandwich. Mr. Edward Link-bourn, Kefli; Mr. Rol ert A-V Jownc, Lewes, Sussex; the auctioneer, Lower Street, Deal, who will shew ♦he premises. ..
August 19, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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August 1, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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August 1, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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II O 1* s

II 1* s AT General Meeting of the Committee of Hopplant rs and others interested in the plantation of Hops, in thsj county Kent, hidden at the Bfli. Inn, Maidftonc, Thffrfday the 7th instant, pn pursuance of public advertisement, PRESENT, The Reverend Rjcharo Warde in the Chair.
August 22, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FIELD-MARSH ALL SUWARROW.

FIELD-MARSH ALL SUWARROW.

We are at length enabled to communicate some particulars the close of the life of this extraordinary man, which terminated its career in neglect and desertion. The Messenger who was charged with the letters which announced the loss of the Emperor’s favour, met this great man upo
August 5, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The Corrtmitfce of tlic Royalists, which directed the Conspiracy, resided at Paris, whcrice it carried its correspondence with England and

The Corrtmitfce of tlic Royalists, which directed the Conspiracy, resided at Paris, whcrice it carried its correspondence with England and

the interior of the Republic. The Members who composed the Committee were: 1. Hide the cider, known in the correspondence the name of Paul Berri, P. B. and Neuville. 2. Dubois, person consequence, who was the main spring of every movement, and enjoys the confidence of the Prince
August 5, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ations for general Peace opened; which, notwith- There letter from the Russian at standing (we must speak freely) promises but

ations for general Peace opened; which, notwith- There letter from the Russian at standing (we must speak freely) promises but

little sue- Constantinople, agreeing respect the Conv*/tion. cess, Austria, however much disposed towards Peace There is letter from Lord Keith of the 23d April, she may be, is influenced more than ever by the Anglo- refusing to agree to it till he received further instruc- part
August 5, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England