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PORTSMOUTH. E - . : -. . , . _ - % SA'ruRDAY, AUtGUST -23. f NOTICE. THE MAYOR anid MAGISTRATES, after L 'due confidcration, have this Day de- it termined, for the prefent, to defifl al 01 fromn Setting -an Affize for Bread, be- ri ing fully fatisfied that they tthereby d corfult
August 25, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Monday's Post.

Monday's Post.

..1 il 1? ". glhabaf?s Jpda. Frolii the- LONDON GAZETTE, Aq. &3; AISiflUALY.OFF1CE; Aug. 53. Copy o -a Lorr Ilooa tattain Mdrtun, of bis Md * wi,'k ~pFi~ird to Caot. Keai, i ktq Maj s . it Jhtprd Jritt SIR, - .,Prd, at Seia, disC. 3, 1800. . HAV to infoin YoU, that his Ma;ielly's
August 28, 1800 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
NOR7HU MB JUTLAND and DURHAM*

NOR7HU MB JUTLAND and DURHAM*

To be SOLD by private Contxsdk, • SEVERAL FREEHOLD ESTATES, situate in tbe Pariah of Kirkwhripiagton, Alar* peth and Hexham) the County of and in the Towuahip Great Chilton, near Rcskribsd, in the County or Durham, as under; In the Parish o/KIRKWHEL PING K. Lot Ist—TWO FARMS, on
August 23, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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JOHX DREIt'RY. (Price Six-Pence.) THURSDAY, AUGUST 2 8. 1806. No. 357-L. Vol. 70. PRINTED BY
August 28, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
GainjtW Ship Nttvt.

GainjtW Ship Nttvt.

rAJTV ARRIVED.-- Ventriloquift, Clark, fc » r -d Faro, .ite, Skirley, boll, from V&jSb[W& r Ly,m ' Ruth » r'opplewell, from ■ i *armW&sßm Rocr.el.er. Mary, Steward. Ad- venture, hint; and Union, Foppiewell, all from London. SAILED— Roth, Popplewell, for Newcaftle.
August 28, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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D B -» M -A 3. K.

D B -» M -A 3. K.

The following ftatement of the Dani;h land and fea forces, her foreign poffeffibns, S.c. will 'not, we prclumc, be deemed uniotereuing at the preient crifis : — The efieaive Oate cf the Daciih military ?? is about 54.000 men, ol whom ?0,000 arc railed in Denmark, and 24,000 in N
August 23, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRICE OF BREAD !■.:;•"■

PRICE OF BREAD !■.:;•"■

,'■ ;. in the peck loaf, to take •: - DISTRIBUTION Oh Pi:. •" s-mimfh firip Dragon, m ?? wi imp Zeal-ms, began to be paid tbsir sal The crew of tb ■ brig Cr-ilz-a. I s hatch Ore. ?? .. .. ■ ?? ?? Hndragbt. ( bes Brveri theproeca bet Ebc ?? . ?? to,. * the fasd balsa at'T-risiout
August 23, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COITPIsIR OFFICE— Wed <fi ?? We Sop thesprefeto&tetbe. Journals to the ijti «<!. The WocitCCT cr; tteflitnteon gencc. Letters from

COITPIsIR OFFICE— Wed <fi ?? We Sop thesprefeto&tetbe. Journals to the ijti «<!. The WocitCCT cr; tteflitnteon gencc. Letters from

Milan cf the rfijj las Isus changed his poUtsoo, la CW the f«ccefs of Lecourbe in the 1 " has Fallen back on she Adif a. ?? ■ he:, ia rear. of troot.s on their w.iy to c-jinp-s*-' ?? The revic-.v oftro.-.-pe who ?? fi before laft, for tl-.e camp between * Paris, was very brillia
August 23, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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I ss : vf *ii ?? -; c-u I ?? .- 1 o ?? I t„fifi,:,fifififi. ■• ITHE POOS OF THE CH'i AND SUofKBj .Mr Govan, Lawnmaricct * - i.. 2 z 0 j .V.r ?? Stewart, ditto - - I i c | /v * r M««r, primer - - i r * I Mr Grieve - - . ill I . [rlttvid Bridges, mewiaja - I t t J ?? — Martin, Laiv
August 23, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
i ft - « i y Monday ditd at Harwicti, Tlios. Spearman, Son. Esq. one ofthe Aldermen of that corporation.

i ft - « i y Monday ditd at Harwicti, Tlios. Spearman, Son. Esq. one ofthe Aldermen of that corporation.

Same day died, much lamented, I-lr. Wm. Bcdingfield, Needham Market. Tuesday died, aged b7, Mr. John. Lyon, of Colchester, who w as formerly many years hosUcr at the George Inn, in that town; bul from his frugality and industry, saved a sufficiency to live in retirement. We hear
August 23, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England