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DUBLIN.

DUBLIN.

’ctUr from A/r. Field, of Dublin, THINK tnyhlfliound in duty join my rettimony. with many others, favour go.id. I was afT.idled ten years with a confuniptive couyh, which much incrcafcd the Jail twcl .c monlbs, even make file a burden; ol a* tlir head, back and fide-, con it anr
October 9, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ENGLISH and IRISH LOTTERIES.

ENGLISH and IRISH LOTTERIES.

The IRISH LOTTERY begins drawing the l*th Noverober, and the PITKY the *ii March. The TlCKETS,Halves,Quarter*,Eighths, and Sixteenth (hares, are fold and rerillu Mr. NICHOLSON, At his State-Lottery Office, No. 16, LONDON, Remarkable for the fate CAP! PAL PRIZE* y for the prizes
October 9, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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10SDOS. TUESDAY OCT. 7.* THE icquifirion cannot too highly appreciated j—in a military point ofucw it is .the key the Mediterranean; in a naval, it is one the finell harbours • he univeile;—in commercial, it commands e Levant and die Archipelago, and we may add fliort, with Gibr
October 9, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

Devi it i, 03. Wheat ifcoj. Hurley 43* to 74* oJ. 34« 4tm. ed. Keans 601 Sbs. Ktm-uiy, 03. 156* oJ. Barley 56* oi. beam 7o§. PfJifc 64s to 73a. » >i 43*- Warmin/fer, 03. 25. Wheat 151s. Barley 64 to 76a, Oats 32* 10 Beans Reading, Off. ic. Wheat 90s 142s od. Barley 48s 70s oJ. B
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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LONDON- TUESDAY OCT. 38. THE nieafure juft adopted by the French Government refneiting the Emigrants is wife and lilwral; there are lew exceptions to the pemtiflion of returning, . t, cirCumft.inces of the cafe could have «oefled. Thde moderate proceedings flTconful are felt , m
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ac Mtotioiw tW fttnic. Nor kat th!> ilirmint 4Mkab|b tea cxpcricneril Milf from the booict iaak>,tHil feoni tkofe in coaifidenMe

Ac Mtotioiw tW fttnic. Nor kat th!> ilirmint 4Mkab|b tea cxpcricneril Milf from the booict iaak>,tHil feoni tkofe in coaifidenMe

ftMkuu, iraoi «h<Mi bet ter fcafotiing end more patient eonduA, under focb elrcum-. >eTfi, miebt bare bees eipeeted. But (bit csperieocc from Bill Amber the policy of btmnaffJy. The popular cry again (I ftruuUm, Xtrrtlm, &c< erfl be beard, in praportirn to the icaatincie the nat
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED, Mr. William Warren, ace«mptane, to Mils Gibbons, bo«h of Brillot—W. Wblftlcr, of Fairlight-pbcc, Suffcs,to Mifs Mackay, of Dover-Rrret. —T.

MARRIED, Mr. William Warren, ace«mptane, to Mils Gibbons, bo«h of Brillot—W. Wblftlcr, of Fairlight-pbcc, Suffcs,to Mifs Mackay, of Dover-Rrret. —T.

fc», Bcnfon, efq; of Horflydown, Mlfs Newhury, daughter the Mr. Newbury, brewer.—C. O. Shee, eiqi to Mift veil, of Scotney-caflle, Kent.—Lieut.- Col. Elliott, of 'be King** draft, guards, Mtfs Malcby, Norwich.—Rev. OeorscOft)orne, of Teigh, Rutland(hire, Mifs Latham, of London.—
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A. HOLMES.

A. HOLMES.

(SUCCESSOR TO MR. GAWCM) R EfpeftfnMy informs his Friends and the Public, , thst it Jult letutned fn>m l.ondon, where he purcufed • wry Urge Aflbrtmcnt of eeeey Article b> the •, , LINEN-DRAPERY LIKE; Famcv Print* and MutuNs, which far t»lt*»nd ftlhinn, flatten hlmlelf. trie not
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Printer of the Bath Chronicle. W7”E have had greater breadth land planted V,V with Poutncaxbu year than any fornier pc

Printer of the Bath Chronicle. W7”E have had greater breadth land planted V,V with Poutncaxbu year than any fornier pc

rid, but the crnpiare rather uuproduelivc, and the ijiulity fueh a* will prevent I beat from keeping well, if the care and the prudence not ufed. I'hc heavy mins, after titeercemvc hut weather, have caufed many yiiune potatoer grow, in almotl every crop, with great luiuiianey; a
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED. Ac Kingltim. Jamaica, Michael Paryt, rfq; Mifs ChrUlic, niece of Fairley Chrillic, efq; member of the Houfe of Aircmbly,-*—Lord

MARRIED. Ac Kingltim. Jamaica, Michael Paryt, rfq; Mifs ChrUlic, niece of Fairley Chrillic, efq; member of the Houfe of Aircmbly,-*—Lord

Vifeoum Corry, Duly j u ij Butler, daughter the Earl of Carrkk. Mr, Tbomat Bfowo,attorney,of Liverpool, Mrs. Davies. DIED. Licut.-Col. W. Montgomery, M. P. for the of Peebles.—Mn.Twigger, of Mr.Twigcer, of Coventry Mr. Wat fun, Birmingham. •-■Mrs. Walton, Item. Mrs Onflow, wife
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England