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N0»35*4 READY MONEY WITH ADVERTISEMENTS.

N0»35*4 READY MONEY WITH ADVERTISEMENTS.

N0 »35*4 READY MONEY WITH ADVERTISEMENTS. S>unws 11 'AHE IkO Paris Journal' that Egypt is not 10 be evacuated the Republican troops, and even go far as to fay, that there never cxificd a for fuch a meafure being adopted. They flate, that they have dill remaining there an invincib
August 9, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NEXT of KIN,

NEXT of KIN,

THE next Kin, not further removed than firft couftns. of Mis. EUZ. JOHNSTON, late Bnry St. Edmund’s, deccalcd, are deftred apply Mr. William Dalton, Wellgaie-drcer, Bury.
August 9, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
RADNORSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE Eftate and of Lewis I Nash, and Ann his Wife, One undij

RADNORSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE Eftate and of Lewis I Nash, and Ann his Wife, One undij

vided Moiety (the whole into two equal parts be divided.) of and in all that Meffuage. Farm, and Lands, called KILL MAN NEWYOD and , ERROW VADOG the panfhcs of Rhydithon and Llundeglcy, in the county Radnor. The Eitate is now held adverfcly by another for reafons which can expla
August 13, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
J3RECO NS HIRE AND RADNORSHIRE. TO BE SO! BY AUCTION, IN SEPARATE LOTS, the a Inn, in the town of

J3RECO NS HIRE AND RADNORSHIRE. TO BE SO! BY AUCTION, IN SEPARATE LOTS, the a Inn, in the town of

BnrcoN, On Wednefday, the Twenrieth day of Auguft, rBoo, between the hours Fu-e and Seven in the Afternoon of the fame day, Subject to fuch Conditions ftall be then and there produced, The feveral Freehold Tenements and Lands undermentioned: " ~~ 1, „. ? Tenements. Tenant). Patt
August 13, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
FAR LET. TO BE LET, And Entered at Candlemas next, A Very deferable and improveable Farm, called TRILEY. with a

FAR LET. TO BE LET, And Entered at Candlemas next, A Very deferable and improveable Farm, called TRILEY. with a

Water Corn Grift MILL near adjoining, fuuate within two miles of the town Abergavenny, in the county of Monmouth, near the turnpike-road, now in the occupation ot William Prichard and Arnold Arnold, as Tenants at Will. The above Farm and Preinifes lie within ring fence, comain u
August 13, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 

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MAJESTY', fiflfe' LETTERS PATENT* 'W DR. BRODUVPS Botanical Iff y\ EXTRACT OF THE IPSWICH i/table Cafe was ited 'IL\.' A/.t

MAJESTY', fiflfe' LETTERS PATENT* 'W DR. BRODUVPS Botanical Iff y\ EXTRACT OF THE IPSWICH i/table Cafe was ited 'IL\.' A/.t

.jjc/f, Mi. 1/faith BAKER, market, Suffolk, was adV.Sf* with complication ai ifing I'"*. juvenile inclifcretions. and imrrvd-r.-He \4 oi Mercury; the was general [■ cay mind and body, his welled, bis j ' watted, until* red mod to that degree d*W incapacitated him following rlfi
August 13, 1800 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

LONDON,Th'ursdav, Augufij, THE Hamburgh mail, due Sunday lafl, arrived this morning. The report of a for Settling the general terms of peace full continued—great apprehensions arc entertained that England will, the'principal obfiacle the Speedy completion of it. There mention th
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
OXFORD, Saturday, August 9.

OXFORD, Saturday, August 9.

week Mr. Lamb, of Oriel College, and Mr. Sellwood of Abingdon School were elected Demies of Magdalen College. Abingdon School fpeethes were on Monday delivered in the prefence of Rev. J. Smyth, D. D. Mafter of Pembroke College, and a numerous aflemblage ladies and gentlemen. The
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
, and BUSCOT, BERKS. HENRY BURDEN, (Agent to the Cheesemongers of London), WHARFINGER, APPRAISER AND AUCTIONEER, MOS Frefpeclfully his Friends,and

, and BUSCOT, BERKS. HENRY BURDEN, (Agent to the Cheesemongers of London), WHARFINGER, APPRAISER AND AUCTIONEER, MOS Frefpeclfully his Friends,and

the Public in general, for their favours in the above employ; by whom the ftriilelt attention wilt be paid 10 intereft of c;s. Terms of Selling;— Five per Goods, Fixtures,tied Srocks Trade, every expence; included , (the duty excepted). Two and Half per Cent. 01 Farming Stock, I
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BERKS. TAX on INCOME. NOTICE is hereby given, That a Matting the Appeal acting for the Diviijons of Abincdok, Fakingdon.

BERKS. TAX on INCOME. NOTICE is hereby given, That a Matting the Appeal acting for the Diviijons of Abincdok, Fakingdon.

Was,, lk.cforc, and Wantacx, and the of Asincdok, in the county of Berks, will held New Inn in Abingdon, the iB'h d*v of tins in&ant Auguft, at eleven o'clock the tor el noon, previous which day the Coinmiluoiirr. the general purpofes of the Acts wuhto the Divifions arc rcqucfte
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England