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Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING, 1800. Monday, Sept. Sweepstakes of 200gs. each, h. ft. far three yr olds, carrying Bst. 31b. Across the Flat. Ld. Grosvenor's b. c. John Bull, out of Nimble 1 Sir F. Standish's brother to Spread Eagle and 3 to 1 on Ld. Grosvenor's b. c. Mr. B. He
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ODE TO PAIN, BY ANN BANNERMAN. Hail! fiercest herald of a Power, Whose harsh controul each nerve obeys! I call

ODE TO PAIN, BY ANN BANNERMAN. Hail! fiercest herald of a Power, Whose harsh controul each nerve obeys! I call

thee, at this learlul hour; To thee my feeble voice 1 raise. Say, d«*es Compassion never glow Within thy Soul, and bid thee kn »w pang , wnh which thou first the breast ? Or dost thou never, never mourn, plant deep the h'dden thorn, Forbdding aid, and blasting rest ? Think'st th
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
new NATURALIST S magazimf (liitb Beautiful Coloured Figuresj The cheapest and most elegant publication ever « ,,a to the woild.

new NATURALIST S magazimf (liitb Beautiful Coloured Figuresj The cheapest and most elegant publication ever « ,,a to the woild.

Every number of the following work (price onlv pence) will contain three beautiful plates Q 1 m „ , plants, &.c. accurately figured and fi„ v coloured' after nature ; with a history and desc, ipt.oi, f the veral objects delineated, printed superfine wru , paper, delicate# hot-pr
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO SOLD BY AUCTION, (Notice the time and place will be given in luture paper, if not in the mean

TO SOLD BY AUCTION, (Notice the time and place will be given in luture paper, if not in the mean

time disposed of by pri- vate contract) . A LL those two several MESSUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, with ihe G \RDENS and APPURTENANCES thereto belonging, situate Tarvin, in the county ot' Chester, and now in the occupations o! Mr. John Jameson and Benjamin Hockenhull, tenants at wil
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE CARDIAC TINCTURE. BY HIS Mijiii 'i p granted unto J.AMES RYMER Geiiard-flreet, Sohu, J |.o„don, inve, of the Cardiac

THE CARDIAC TINCTURE. BY HIS Mijiii 'i p granted unto J.AMES RYMER Geiiard-flreet, Sohu, J |.o„don, inve, of the Cardiac

andNNoWo» Tit. P,<: for difofder. of the head, ftnmach, and bowd'.' s;nuiy bilious, and nervous complaints; indi»el», * ' loft of appetite. heartburn, wind, fp f m , »*<. ' ';■ tiTeneft; for reftoring broken and decayed conft turns, and impa.red hot and unheal'."' climates,free
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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CHESHIRE GAME DUTY.

CHESHIRE GAME DUTY.

|Certificates issued firm the to the ( f September y 1800, both days inclusive. SHTON Geo. Sale, yeoman JL \ Ashley Francis, Frodsham, gent. Antrobus Allostock, gent. Brookes Ambrose, Edge, esq. Blount Jno. Burrell, Harrow, c.'erk Broughton Tho*. Delves, Rode Heath, esq. Cheshyt
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Mail.

Wednesday Night's Mail.

London, September 30. THE anfwer to the laft difpatches Cent to Franee is expe&ed to be fent on Thurfday. . perfotis doubt whether a naval armiftice has t'n will concluded, becaule it can afford < advantages to this country ; and becaufe the < it would all on the fide of France,
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, ESQ.

RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, ESQ.

M. P. for Stafford. MR. Sheridan is Member of Parliament, a dramatic writer, an acute politician, and a grandson of the friend and intimate companion Swift; situation which Dr Sheridan found in every respect not the most desirable, the Dean appears to have considered himself aut
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
< October 3, ISOO. L> !- »'i • *X'«fHtl . J- • -1- .„i> <, MARRIED. Tuesday al St. Oswald's,

< October 3, ISOO. L> !- »'i • *X'«fHtl . J- • -1- .„i> <, MARRIED. Tuesday al St. Oswald's,

Mr. C. Jones, merchant a of Liverpool, M>s»£cktt>£> eldest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Ecking ol Shrewsbury, Wednesday iijst. Middlpv»>c|i, Samuel Kennerley, Gent, place, to Miss .Margaret Wald ton pfCalveley.—The same day at John KennerJey, Gent, Manchester, Miss, C. Steel,
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
* ' PICTURESQUE GARDENING. MR. MALCOLM ' OST peftfully offers his services those e Noblemen and Gentlemen, who, for ornament

* ' PICTURESQUE GARDENING. MR. MALCOLM ' OST peftfully offers his services those e Noblemen and Gentlemen, who, for ornament

j or profit, are disposed to make alterations m their . Grounds, Gardens, or Parks, this season. He begs leave submit various designs in Pleasure 1 Ground, Park, and Forest Scenery, with Decorative - and other Buildings, Water, & c . He will engage to make effectual Plantations
October 3, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England