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SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

ily7, whlch has lott all-. , -SHiP -Y ?? Thurfday, his Majefly's cutter TjTfsiIW ]-ed from' Shields, 'ith the outwa'id bound . Baltic fleet under convoyg. everal-lfips.are loading for the Baltic, and intend going down to Leith to join convoy. t The London Gazette contains i' lift
October 6, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Saturday's Post. By Express.

Saturday's Post. By Express.

Saturdays POW . Expref. LONDON, OCTOBER 4. jIvR.ERSLETT, a Kijng's Meflenger, is. - .atts'ed from Copenhagen rwithl the ratifi- * i f the Conventlon figrned it that city on tie 2I9th of Ati"grft, by their Excellhtcies Lord Whitworth and Cotint Berrlntorff; on the-part of their re
October 4, 1800 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
EXETER. WEDNESDAY, Oct.1.

EXETER. WEDNESDAY, Oct.1.

I EXETER, WEDNESDAY, Ods 1. | Laft week was married at St. David's church, Mr. T. Kempfion, to Mifs Emma Sanders, both late of the New London Inn, in this city, but now of the Seven Stat's, Tot~aes. .Oo Toefday liaR was married, at the parifli tfiittr bf Ll'.nfipythlid, in thecou
October 2, 1800 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Direct THEm LORDSHIPS, HIS MATESTY's POST MASTER GENERAL Having been acquiefce with Memorial, FROM THE , merchants of Manchester and

Direct THEm LORDSHIPS, HIS MATESTY's POST MASTER GENERAL Having been acquiefce with Memorial, FROM THE , merchants of Manchester and

its Neighbourhood, For Extension of tbe T Chester, (thorough IVarringion) The Public are moft refpectfully informed, the ROYAL MAIL COACH to Chefter, run from A. PATERSON'S, The Bridgewater Arms. Manchefter, (for the frfi Time) Cn Wcduefday the 10th Day of September, loco, four
October 7, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Fevers Agues Small Pox Meafles Sore Throats Influenzas Child bed Fevers Colds Hooping Cough Coughs Pleurilies Anthony's Fire Bilious Complaints

Fevers Agues Small Pox Meafles Sore Throats Influenzas Child bed Fevers Colds Hooping Cough Coughs Pleurilies Anthony's Fire Bilious Complaints

Dyfcnteries Painters Cholic of Urine itflimatbn the Bowels In tbe Yellow Fever too it has proved a cerain Cure as adminiltersd Capt. Colnelt, and as defciibedin bis late Voyage to the South Seas, the Parthulais of which are inferted the Directions for taking the Powder It is ali
October 7, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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Alfo, the following fubjects, all built ol ftone, and complete repair, viz. A MANUFACTURING or WEAVING HOUSE, about 90 feet

Alfo, the following fubjects, all built ol ftone, and complete repair, viz. A MANUFACTURING or WEAVING HOUSE, about 90 feet

long, aud 19 wide (infide meafurement) and three ftories high, which might be readily converted, and at fmall expence, into a mill, being fo fituated as to have an unbounded command of water. A VILLAGE, containing Dwelling Houfes. with gardens, for the workmen, which can conveni
October 7, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

MONTHLY "REPORT I SEPTEMBER. Far the most part during the beginning of the month the season continued favourable for the harvest, and of course most of the grain, even in the northern parts the kingdom, has been reaped and got into the barns or stacks in good condition. the nort
October 6, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
A fresh Supply of the Cordial Balm of Gilead, for emaciated Constitutions, is just received by the Printer of this

A fresh Supply of the Cordial Balm of Gilead, for emaciated Constitutions, is just received by the Printer of this

Paper, and be had of his •Agents and Newsmen. DR. SOLOMON'S CORDIAL BALM is happily calculated for the Weak, the sickly, and the Inform- all inward Decays, Debility, Lowness of Spit its, Weakness in either Sex, whether Hereditary, acquired, or owing to youthful Impraidencies, th
October 6, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Sunday and Tuesday's Mails.

Sunday and Tuesday's Mails.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Foreign Letter-Office, Sept. 14. The Hamourg.i mail this day brings an extract from the Vienna Court Gazette of the 6th tnftant, in which tht Emperor, after exprelling bis inclination and wifli for peace, notifies his intention putting himi'clf at the be
October 4, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
A POST-COACH SETS out from the REYHOIXNI.) INN, M.\RKl'. F-PI,ACF., BAn i, every Afternoon at l our o’clock.-—-Fare. Infule, A

A POST-COACH SETS out from the REYHOIXNI.) INN, M.\RKl'. F-PI,ACF., BAn i, every Afternoon at l our o’clock.-—-Fare. Infule, A

COACH BRISTOL every Morning o’clock, Performed Wm; BF.LL and Co. ~ pi: i‘ " tS T fW. J** IMM f. Tf.l. , AVery Convenient l)efii'iiWe DWKI.UN'GIIOUSH, with large jdcaianc Carden adjoining the fame, and Coacb-boufe, fhrcc-jtailed .Stahle, and Yard detached, fttua,ic Cl JAM JJItRLA
October 2, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England