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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

BEDFORD. John Jones, Hughes, for fwme prifoi.cri from was /e:lte:r,c-d , (ranfporicd fur fevtn ytars. Davey John D tvey, Wei!, Jchn for »Vrl!ir>ir. for I. g:»way robbtrry lor bur«i .r> Rob. Merry, John »d and orgt breaKing the day fcr.Jtnce death* - Ja&, for receiv was ordered t
August 12, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE TRIAL OF G. W. IV. MEDHURST, ESQ,.

THE TRIAL OF G. W. IV. MEDHURST, ESQ,.

THE TRIAL G. W. IV. MEDHURST, ESQ,. FOR THE MURDER OF SARAH MEDHURST, IllH WIFE. AT the Caftle York, on Friday, Auguft i, 1800, Baron Graham. Granville William Wheeler Mtdhurft, E(q. was indicted 'or the wilful murder Sarah his wife, in the pariih K.ippax, within tl.e honor of ti
August 12, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LAW WANTS A SITUATION, In a office, PERSON f g-nteel connexions, c*r> procure the molt fatisfaflory recommendations from an office

LAW WANTS A SITUATION, In a office, PERSON f g-nteel connexions, c*r> procure the molt fatisfaflory recommendations from an office

thefirlt repute in London, and acquainted with general bufinefs, but more par ticularly conveyancing, and will.make it his render hivnlelf worthy of the confidence of his employer, paying attention tohisconcei N. B. Letters (potf-paid)' to A. B. at Mr. Fletcher's printing-office
August 12, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE LATE GENERAL MARTIN,

THE LATE GENERAL MARTIN,

who left cotifilterable fortune, had no relations in the world. He was a natural fan ot an" Englifh merchant by a Poituguefe Woman, nnd was brought very early in his life to this country. lhe General, when a young: man, was deemed remarkably hjndlo.ns the Ladies, and, indeed, we
August 5, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
House of Commons.

House of Commons.

Monday, July 18. Mr. Jones faid, he underftood that an armiftice had been concluded between the Kmperor of Germany , and France, and he wifhed Mr. Pitt inform them, whether this country was included in the armiltice. or whether were likely be included in the preliminaries of pea
August 5, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PUNISHMENT OF ADULTERY.

PUNISHMENT OF ADULTERY.

THOUGH for tlie better prevention '.a t.'ry has mifcarried-, we under ae r-,J- is t- 1 be biought before Public, car.Readers may perhaps not lied learn what that crime ■vas formes .y various countries. a,ip,:r. jr. book that, ' K.nt, this way, paid eacli'Bs. 4... Hue of the mm g
August 5, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
lift year't hjrveft t You retort it head that have feme at bad in our trade you in your't, and

lift year't hjrveft t You retort it head that have feme at bad in our trade you in your't, and

that wilt not wafli out the your fins, make your crimes a whit the whiter. 1 condemn them, if fuch there be, as' Ihrewdly as a Meahrian'a confcience Condemns you, and were willing that the t»o trades (hould hang man for man as long as the rogues lalted, had not good reafons for
August 19, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

NOTTINGHAM. the King's Plate for 4yr olds, 10U 41b yr xlit 6lb; and 6yr olds, izft—Four-mile heats. Mr. fohnfon's br c Sir Solomon (late ■ . Sir williamfon's Honeycomb, 4 yrs 2 Mr. Parkhurit's Welter, yr» Mr. Bamlctt's b c Coniac, 4 4 4 Seven to on Honeycomb, 4 to agaiuft Sir So
August 19, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
b BY" i .'N, (If not difpofed of by private contraS) At the White bear inn, Middle wich,Cnethire, THIS the

b BY" i .'N, (If not difpofed of by private contraS) At the White bear inn, Middle wich,Cnethire, THIS the

ot Auguit, isoo, between the hoursot iour and fix the afternoon, in following or fuch other lots, .hall be agreed upon, and to fucn condition* as produced at the time {ale Three imall Mc.6bU • or DWELLING-iiOUSES, now in complete repa r, with irdens, au or croft, barn and cow-ii
August 19, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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August 19, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England