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THURSDAY'S MAIL

THURSDAY'S MAIL

LOUDON, WEDNESDAY. Yefterday morning failed from Portfmouth •pon the Secret Expedition the Diftator, Delft, •ud Trully, armed en flute, with troops. Monday morning three thoufand men embarked at South-Sea Common board leveral Iranl'ports, which, with the tranfporty containing th
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
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London, Thurftlnv Evening. Stocks this day at twelve o'Clotk. per Cent. Confols j —Omniun 5. One Hamburgh mail, that due on Sunday, arrived this morning. Of military intelligence the Vienna Gazette and the German papers are, of courfe, barren. The armillice in Gerirnny has been
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
OLLA PODRIDA.

OLLA PODRIDA.

The following copied from an American newfpapcr " Juft publifhed, a Sermon on the Duty of Chriftian Forgivcnefs, the Rev. J. Tinley; to which are added, Three Original Receipts for making the beft Spruce Beer." Bonaparte is exerting bimlelf to reftore difcipline & fubordination
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
MARRIED. Wednefday fe*anighr,the Moft Noble Charles Marquis of Winchefter, of AmpoitHoufe, in the county, of Southampton, Mifs Ann Andrew*, lecond

MARRIED. Wednefday fe*anighr,the Moft Noble Charles Marquis of Winchefter, of AmpoitHoufe, in the county, of Southampton, Mifs Ann Andrew*, lecond

daughter of the late John Andrews, Efq. of Shotley Hall, in the county Northumberland. On Thurfday lalt, Wirkfworth, ill Derbyfhire, the Rev. William Evans, of St. Afaph, Mils Goodwin, the former place. On Monday, 28th ult. at Elford, in this county, Mr. Bakewell, of Duffield, D
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
GROWING WHEAT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. Henftiaw, At Swan Inn, Stafford, THIS DAY, (Auguft 9» iSoo, 1 )

GROWING WHEAT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. Henftiaw, At Swan Inn, Stafford, THIS DAY, (Auguft 9» iSoo, 1 )

at Ave o'clock in the afternooD, under fucn conditions as will then be produced : TWO thirds of 29 Acres good FALLOW WHEAT, Tythe-free, now growing on two | pieces of land called the Parks, fituare at St. Thomas, ' near Stafford aforefaid, lately in the occupation of Mr. | Samue
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
By Wrights, Will be SOLD BY AUCTION, AT Mr. William Prefton's, the Sign the Moon, at Almington, near Market Drayton,

By Wrights, Will be SOLD BY AUCTION, AT Mr. William Prefton's, the Sign the Moon, at Almington, near Market Drayton,

in the County of Salop, on Saturday the 16th day of Auguft, 1800, between the Hours of Two and Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, fubjeft fuch Conditions as will be then produced: in the following Lots, or fuch other Lots fhali be agreed upon at the Time of Sale : LOT Shares of all
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Stafford, July 30, 1800. Expreflions made ufe of by me in my the Freeholders this day, having been re prefented

Stafford, July 30, 1800. Expreflions made ufe of by me in my the Freeholders this day, having been re prefented

a reflection upon HENRY take this mode of publicly dcclarmg, that I intended nothing difrefpeflful to Mr. VERNON in any manner whatever. JOS. SCOTT. WANTED. WANTED to Rent at Lady-Day next, FARM from Acres. As Secuniv, Forenina Kent will pud if required.—P.eaic u> A. L. 10 be th
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Advertijements, Orders for the Paper, and authenticated Articles of Intelligence, are received by JOSHUA DREIVRY, Stafford, and by the following-

Advertijements, Orders for the Paper, and authenticated Articles of Intelligence, are received by JOSHUA DREIVRY, Stafford, and by the following-

Agents. Walker. Coach. Derby, Drewry. Liverpool, Gore. Mancliefter, Wheeler. I Poncry, Newfmen. I Tannvorth. By Pofr. I Wjrkfwwtti Salt. Abbot's Bromley, Rill. Conglettm, r>«.n. Etdsft"", Tagg. Leek, Lowe. Cheiler. Rugeley, SiUipfon, Uttuieter, Richards. j Wiilenhjl!,' ByPofl. B
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ELEGY Oh the Death of the Scottijh Poet Burns. BY WILLIAM ROSCOE. REAR high thy bleak, majeilic hills— Thy fhelter'd

ELEGY Oh the Death of the Scottijh Poet Burns. BY WILLIAM ROSCOE. REAR high thy bleak, majeilic hills— Thy fhelter'd

vallies proudly fpread, And Scotia, pour thy thouland rills— And wave thy heaths with blofToms red But, ah, what Poet now tread Thy airy heights, thy woodland reign* Since he, the Iweeteii Bard is dead, That ever breath'd the Toothing flrain ? What though thy vig'rous offspring
August 9, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Saturday Night's Pail.

Saturday Night's Pail.

GIBRALTAR, Junk ti. A General change has of late taken throughout this moft the corp» Rationed here have embarked and -fitted either »'ith Sir Charles Stuart, Sir Ralph Aberrrombie, the latter whom failed hence the other iiav with other Generals the frigate, having taken board a
August 8, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England