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The Hamburgh mail due on Sunday has ar rived, but brings nothing fatisfacfory refpee'ting the ftate of the negotiations. It

The Hamburgh mail due on Sunday has ar rived, but brings nothing fatisfacfory refpee'ting the ftate of the negotiations. It

appeals con- firmed that Geneial Duroc was not permitted to proceed 10 Vienna, but waited at General Kray's head quarters for the anfwer of the Court of Vienna ; refpe#mg the nature of that anfwer the mail affords no information. Bonaparte has ernployetl Citizens Frouhet, Poi ta
August 30, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
-* No. 3528] g'linDag’s From Lon. Gaz. Admira'ty Office, Aug. 2.'5. 'lo SOLD* FOUR Assignments or Mortgages of the Poor

-* No. 3528] g'linDag’s From Lon. Gaz. Admira'ty Office, Aug. 2.'5. 'lo SOLD* FOUR Assignments or Mortgages of the Poor

Rates, ot the incorporated Hundreds of Mitford and Launditch, in Norfolk, for the sum of iOO-£. each, bearing interest of four and a luif per cent, reguterly paid half-yearly, at the Bank of Sir Roger Kcrrison and Son, in Norwich. The above will be disposed of ei.her all togethe
August 30, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
J. KING, Ironmonger, Near the CORN-HILL, IPSWICH. RETURNS his sincere Thanks to his Friends, and the Public in general, for

J. KING, Ironmonger, Near the CORN-HILL, IPSWICH. RETURNS his sincere Thanks to his Friends, and the Public in general, for

the encouragement he has experienced in the various brandies of his business, and respectfully informs the Sportsmen of Ipswidi and its vicinity, that he has received a quantity of remarkably strong and good GUNPOWDER, from Dartford Mills, which he warrants genuine. The Propriet
August 30, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
■ TO m SOLD, , , ALL that MESSUAGE TENEMENT, with the shop, o«t}io‘.is<?s, (•liiices, buildings, parden-sround and apphrtertancfes thereto

■ TO m SOLD, , , ALL that MESSUAGE TENEMENT, with the shop, o«t}io‘.is<?s, (•liiices, buildings, parden-sround and apphrtertancfes thereto

belonging, situate and being \Vaimer Street, the parish yf Walmer, in the cotinty of Kent, and iiovv the caicupaiion Mr. William Noakes; For particulars enquire of ; . Wm PfttLPOTTi attorney, at Sandwieh. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, AT the But i. Ixx, at Ynlding, in Kent, on Friday, the
August 29, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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given the tni causes of the scarcity, and that the consolidation of farms is not such evil imagines. August 21, A. /, f- T. W, cannot include swine in what he denominatesjmiaH stock, as that article is raisei as. large as farms.
August 29, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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Mr. WESSELS,

Mr. WESSELS,

Laic House Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and original Proprietor of the PATENT JESUIT’S DROPS, & SPECI FTC P.SMEDY, FOR THE VENEREAL DISEASE, Being just returned from the Continent, where he has bei.n engaged in his professional ca; achy, and finding that his medicines
August 29, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SUNDAY'S MAIL. TROXI THE LONDON GAZETTE. Admiralty -Office, Augujl is. Ex'.rail of a letter from Captain Martin. at Sea, 5.

SUNDAY'S MAIL. TROXI THE LONDON GAZETTE. Admiralty -Office, Augujl is. Ex'.rail of a letter from Captain Martin. at Sea, 5.

SIR, I Ijave .inform that his Majefty's fliip under my command, has captured the following Veffelt fince the :eth of month : St. John Baptift, Spanifli lugger, (burnt) Gironde, fixteen guns, one hundred and fortv#ne men, French privateer —L'Alerte, fouitcen runs, eighty-four men
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

M. Biyan, of Sheernefs, Kent, flop-feller. G. Barry, of Red Lion-fcjuare, Middlefei, haherdaflirr. G. Main, jun. late of Horfham, SufTex, dealer in horfet, P. Pigorr, Oxford-ftreer, Middle Tex, liuen-draper. R. Burford, of Finfbury-fquare, Middlefex, Black well Hall, fartor. G.
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
before one o'clock that day. The owner of eacJi uoile, 11ft fubferibe one guinea, pay Two Guiaeas Entrance, and jos.

before one o'clock that day. The owner of eacJi uoile, 11ft fubferibe one guinea, pay Two Guiaeas Entrance, and jos.

6d. the Clerk for Entering Weights, Scales, and entra Rojies : the Stakes money, to to the I'ei.ond beft horle, itc. N ' J horl 't *«• winning two heats, fliall obliged to Itart a thiid. No lefs than three icputed running t.orfes, ■ t0 " 'rt fat the Subl'cription Purfes. only on
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
TO BE DISPOSED OF, BOAT, nearly new, and very rood repair.— For apply to Mr. SAMULL PERRY, Kami, near Burflem.

TO BE DISPOSED OF, BOAT, nearly new, and very rood repair.— For apply to Mr. SAMULL PERRY, Kami, near Burflem.

WANTED, FOUR FIVB HUNDRED rfet'NDS, upon Freehold La*»d Security, legal Intereft.— line Mr. MASSEY, Port, at the Printer's, •tafford. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A JOURNEYMAN BAKER ; one who perfectly underAinds his bulinefs, and can well recommended from his (ituation, may meet with om
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England