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CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD.

CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD.

IM weak and (battered conllttutions, vveaknefs fight memory, hypochondria, trembling?, horrors of the mind, debility, and all other di'eafes arifing from a relaxed ftate of the nervous fyftem, and often the conllequence of intemperance, debauchery, inattention to the ntceflary c
August 8, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
8 T li A V E D,

8 T li A V E D,

8 A E D, Into the grounds Mr. Thomas May, Deal Court, the beginning of June last, SOUTHDOWN K\\TT>, Male tivorcrl across Jl the loin and down the ruvnp, with ear-mark; and one ROMNEY MARSH J.AMM, with mark whatever. Whoever can prove them to their property may have them again, by
August 8, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
all tho ' tor ships such a ton' least, as the depth ot 'the river would admit ] between Loudon

all tho ' tor ships such a ton' least, as the depth ot 'the river would admit ] between Loudon

Bridge and Ulacklriars Bridge, Resolved, That is the opinion this that an iron bridge, having its centre arch not feet high clear above high water mar answer the intended purposes with the greatest encc, and at the least expence. Resolved, That it the opinion of this Com that th
August 8, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
T SOU) AUCTION, the YORK HOTEL in DOVER, o day the August inst. ton o’clock, Wi;^* °pTWO SISTERS, burthen about

T SOU) AUCTION, the YORK HOTEL in DOVER, o day the August inst. ton o’clock, Wi;^* °pTWO SISTERS, burthen about

4.3 % masts, boom, bowsprit and standing rigging, r, ' lies; also the sails and stores the above vcs<t\t ° > and Dutch-built well Boa*, burthen 42 tons, register, with all her stores in one lot. Pplying to Mess. Latham. Rice and Co. Dover • • / 5 1 i* 6i- s'" 1 ° \V. iun. i x o
August 8, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
RIGA TIMiiKII, BOU't' 200 PI ECES, laying at Chatlmm, to be J7\. sold in floats oi eighteen pieces, at six

RIGA TIMiiKII, BOU't' 200 PI ECES, laying at Chatlmm, to be J7\. sold in floats oi eighteen pieces, at six

pounds per load. Enquire of Air. Samuel Nicholson, shipbuilder SALE POSTPONED. THE Public are respecfully informed, that the Estate, (advertised to sold, by Mr. Bennett, at the Royal Oak, Deal, in the county Kent, Monday the llth inst.) is disposed of by Private Contract. August
August 8, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tu»- >s ssisd i"! i.l q llt

Tu»- >s ssisd i"! i.l q llt

August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Ullt"' f anJ his» Pol* 1 'ole"' 1 Hi* l > 2 August, 1800. .c an entire new, fashionable and

Ullt"' f anJ his» Pol* 1 'ole"' 1 Hi* l > 2 August, 1800. .c an entire new, fashionable and

elegant Millinery, &c. which she trusts, on inspection, approbation of those Ladie.s, who may please to •h their commajtds. , STRAYED, '“ids of Mr. Thomas May, of Deal Court, the , beginning of June last, OUTII DOWN ES, stale tivered across .and down the rump, with no ear-mark;
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LOSS OF HIS MAJESTY’S SHIP TRINCOMALE.

LOSS OF HIS MAJESTY’S SHIP TRINCOMALE.

LOSS HIS MAJESTY’S SHIP TRINCOMALE. The following interesting particulars of the melancholy fate of the above ship have been received at the India House:— Bombay, Jan. 18. Dingey, which arrived a few days ago, a letter has been received from Mr. John Cramlington, late chief offic
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
UISTITRBANCES AT VIKXXA.

UISTITRBANCES AT VIKXXA.

The folloxving extract a letter from ienna "ive? more particular account of' the late disturbances tnut Capital than any that has yet been published*. tranquillity of this city lias boon for a short time disturbed. The circumstance which furnished pretext for this violation of t
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
B U 11 G L A ll V.

B U 11 G L A ll V.

U 11 L A ll V. Thursday niyht si tun in the town of Hjalic, lo Mr. Robert Finn’s, was broke open ami robbed the following articles, \iz. three silver tea-spoons: one pair of silver sugar-tongs; one silver sait-spooa; blue coloured gown, much worn, and marked S ; white muslin froc
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England