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FREEHOLD FARM AT BOBBING.

FREEHOLD FARM AT BOBBING.

TO be Auction, by W. and John Jordan, the George Inn, in Milton next Sittingourne, Kent, Saturday the 16th of August, 1800, precisely seven o’clock the evening:- All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, with bam, barn-yard, stable and convenient out-buildings, and al> .>„« lorty-fou
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
K E N T.

K E N T.

Sold by Private Contract, either together or in parcels, the following valuable FartHoLD Estates j Consisting of Messuage Mansion-house called Crowdlekam, fit for the residence of a gentleman’s family, with good gardens, partly walled and cloathed with excellent fruit, stabling
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tu»- >s ssisd i"! i.l q llt

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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
 

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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
 
SrMM KR ASSIZES —M A IDSTOX F

SrMM KR ASSIZES —M A IDSTOX F

SrMM ASSIZES IDSTOX Monday tlie 4th instant, the Courts were opened for holding the Assizes for the county Kent, before the Hon. Lord Kenyon and Sir Nash Grose; John Larkin?, esq. high sheriff. The calendar contained ninety-seven prisoners, exclusive of eighteciwetnaining in conf
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WOODCOTT NEAR READING, OXFORDSHIRE

WOODCOTT NEAR READING, OXFORDSHIRE

UCTION by Mr. CHRISTIE, at his Great Room in Pall-mall, on Thursday, August the 28th, at one o’clock.:— A capital valuable and desirable FREEHOL® ESTATE; consisting of the extensive manor Woodcott or Rawlings, and the two undivided moieties of the manors of Chackendon and Weycot
August 12, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MANCHESTER, Aug. 12

MANCHESTER, Aug. 12

""g- At the ."card at the Inbrmary the lolJowmj? & admitted, viz. patient, £ Lunatic I-. arged cured ed cured in-patients admitted Relieved «/ Out-patients alio ad 7 Made Out patients week Out-patients difcharged Home-Patier.ts alio cured the week Dead . Accidents in dicto 4' Ma
August 12, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England