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READING, Satvrdav/ 9- Wiptrfor Camfi, Aur. 7. This morning his Royal Commander in Chiet, accompanied by the Earl of Chatham,

READING, Satvrdav/ 9- Wiptrfor Camfi, Aur. 7. This morning his Royal Commander in Chiet, accompanied by the Earl of Chatham,

Lord Charles Soiperfet, and Officers ot the Camp, infpected the Brigade ot Guards, commanded General Burrard; alter which the troops had a grand field-day. The Cavalry-haye received orders to breajs: their encampment this week, an 4 proceed to the following cantonments, where th
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Country Markets.

Country Markets.

PRICES GRAIN, at the following %k»t». Reading.— to 105 per Quarter. New ditto Barley od | Beans -ja* to Oats to I Peafe od to Niwsusr. Wheat od toios;« prr Q New ditto 93s Barley 3»sod to od I Bean* 44s od t063»0d to j od New to od. H«»n**.—Wheat to Quarter. Barley od to Bean* 6
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Berks Internal Defence. AT a Meeting of the Committee of Internal Defence, held at the New Inn, Abingdon, the of

Berks Internal Defence. AT a Meeting of the Committee of Internal Defence, held at the New Inn, Abingdon, the of

July, 1800, The Committee being of opinion, that it is expedient to comply with the Application from the Reading and Wantage Corps for further Afh (lance in Cloathitig, Resolved,Thatforthisand fuch other purpofes as may be found expedient, further Call oi. pes Cent, on the Origi
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Capita] Pointers and Spaniels. TO SOLD, Six Brace of Staunch POINTERS; excellent, very fall and handfonic SETTER, two years old,

Capita] Pointers and Spaniels. TO SOLD, Six Brace of Staunch POINTERS; excellent, very fall and handfonic SETTER, two years old,

and Three Brace of the heft bred SPANIELS the kingdom. arc properly of a Gentleman, whofc engagements not permit him in fuiurc pay much the field. Tuey may icen.'tiimttd, and (tie price of any of them known, applying A. the Vicarage, Cholfcv, ueai Waihiigloid, Berks. Any Gcntlem
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Bafmgftoke Canal Office, Ckarli s-ftrect, St. Sqr.aiv, .7*7,3*1 THE Proprictoro the Palingftoke Barges refpeftfully inform the Public, that fix their

Bafmgftoke Canal Office, Ckarli s-ftrect, St. Sqr.aiv, .7*7,3*1 THE Proprictoro the Palingftoke Barges refpeftfully inform the Public, that fix their

Barnes properly fitted with clotns, &c and convenient conveyance all Grocery, and Merchandize, continue reguiarb backward* and from BA Nr. to London and from the Wharf, Upper- Tiianies-llrtet, London, Bas-ngstoke, whence the Good* are conveyed w.:h the ureal eft care, rcg.i. lan
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 

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SALT AND COALS. , LAW, and Co. BRIDGES WHARF, READING. THE public .-we refpeftfully informed they may Supplied the above

SALT AND COALS. , LAW, and Co. BRIDGES WHARF, READING. THE public .-we refpeftfully informed they may Supplied the above

Wharf, reedy money, with the CHESHIRE SALT, any quantity, at us. 6d. WF.DNFSBURY COALS, 38a. per Ton. COALS, 551. per Chaldron. the Wharf, and the ufual ingrain given with two chaldrons and a half. Woollen Rags, cut in bundles. JOHN SPICER, PLUMBER, GLAZIER AND PAINTER, WINDSOR,
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
parcel*.—Barey, Malt, and Grey Pcah., arc not demand indeed, almoit any price* would be accepted.—Boding Tick. Bean*, and Oats, are

parcel*.—Barey, Malt, and Grey Pcah., arc not demand indeed, almoit any price* would be accepted.—Boding Tick. Bean*, and Oats, are

in den; iiiri, very reduced pucci.—Hour will tie down Monday. Currgnt Price cj~ Grain ; Wheat For. Hog touted Five —• fart* B. od Eng.Wheat a Suffolk* Very Fine Small Bean* Rye3osto6osod New 00* Tick* ' —2311030* Barley -— 38* Oat* 1410 24* Fine to 00s od Fine 6 to od Malt -— 5*
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FISTULA, PILES, &c. MR. CHARLES STAPLES, No. c, St. Axe, London, Proprietor of COLLItR's INF REME I)Y dreadful Complainti, fubnnu

FISTULA, PILES, &c. MR. CHARLES STAPLES, No. c, St. Axe, London, Proprietor of COLLItR's INF REME I)Y dreadful Complainti, fubnnu

the, Oafi the Public, another proof its excellence . AFFIDAVIT. Martha Thompson, aged 47, the St. Andrew Undeifhaft,in Aldgate Ware, ihis day before me, and voluntarily made oath that (he had been afflicfed more than three years wiih theinternal external and after being a Patien
August 11, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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FFCE: OI} ¢<AEIRCAIOX MMSSII3NERS . FOR tHE YWN Oi PORTSMOtTI-l,. PORTSEA, AND g SP ORT .- - No. 139, 'HG-SAEZ;tTP;ORT~h5M0CTS. HE 'aMMER Ei lhieQ MXS., *L-Slox-ERSfor the 0bQ saltereby .ive tl lNuxce, Tnat,- j: 2uriuance~ot:.Jtverald 4ps~of iariia- snent, tbo grailt'rig certasa
August 11, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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BEDUCATION. MR. BELMONT, - LATELX OF THE PORTSMOUJTR THEATRE, I . ESPECTFULLY informs his Friends,,an ?? tre Public in general, that he intends to Opsen, onMoaD.Nxiy, ?? Inftant, a SCHOOL, at No. 2. Sr. Tno 4^s's-saT ET,nearOvfter-ftrrftt-RLAD t ING, WaItING, and ARsITMrTXc vl,1
August 11, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England