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Thursday's Post.

Thursday's Post.

I- I hi, TiHight'sGazettr. leItv) 1H N UESDAY. OH. 7, OVERIIMI ~q~ed rel~ray inurning dif- G at Isph t Pais. 'hey ;areup- en chnofl th11%l,1~ro h Chief Cotirial. ~laehalowhic brogit hembrouht *is Paris pipers'. ", 4. W ,i, coiit t5 'f which are of considerahle jmportdt* bv~ ee we
October 9, 1800 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Th. Lo&3 Mayor .then came forward, and find thai he in* ?? nfed 'bo hberty tr, call together his fellow

Th. Lo&3 Mayor .then came forward, and find thai he in* ?? nfed 'bo hberty tr, call together his fellow

citizens to ex;. lain to them the fituation | i wl ',;•■ the Sheriffs and hlnifelf ftood, from the rt'" ?? s the Livery had puffed or. Friday the J 3 i ct Oiiobtr. One of thcle was, that the Lord Mayor, together with -he Sheriffs, ihould I preftnt tbe ; rtirlr 1 ofthe Livery in
October 13, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
On Saturday, i.ord and Latiy Pa_.:.:ersto:; arrived at Dumbreck's Hotel, St Andrew's Square. Lad week, the 28th light dragoons, arrivci

On Saturday, i.ord and Latiy Pa_.:.:ersto:; arrived at Dumbreck's Hotel, St Andrew's Square. Lad week, the 28th light dragoons, arrivci

In Glafgow frompier's-hil! barrack::, near Edin. burgh, on their way to Ireland. On the 7th inft. diieflions v.'ere fent to the Commidloncrsof his Majefty's Cudoms, allow- ing the free- importation of foreign hops as 1,.! i 5 ear. A pea, which was accidentally dropped in dimmer,
October 13, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ARRIVED eT STROMNESS.

ARRIVED eT STROMNESS.

Sept. 19— Aiurgurcttu, Lutoman, from Liverpool I to Gotteiiburg, fait. Co — Delight, Sangfrer, from Peterhead for Loch- Madriy, brill-all. Gardner, Crookfhank, from Loch- need for Leiih, herrings. 21— Tweed, M'KciTzic, from BaUaliuiilh for Invei- nefs, Bates. aa— John, Jnhnflon,
October 13, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANECDOTE

ANECDOTE

Lotus 'he XIV. paid Dancourt, the aclor, par- ticular attention. Dar.ccurt was net only at the head of his pVofeffioo, but naturally a u-ell-elifpo- fedman ; 4nd ?? in rendering thof., wi:h wbomheco-opetatey, not only worthy of pa-ro cage in their public walk, bat isfpert-ible i
October 13, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CGM M ON HAM

CGM M ON HAM

Fiiday. a Common Hall was held, to' take into confideration the propriety of petitioning hia Majelly to ?? the Fitiiar_ie.it, on account ofthe high price of provilions. ' At one o'clock the Lord Mayor apprared u- pon the huftings, and opened the Kali by lla'.ina the bufinefs for
October 9, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CAPTURE of the SPANISH FRIGATES at BARCELONA.

CAPTURE of the SPANISH FRIGATES at BARCELONA.

?? A,.* ?? C1gON.MM49 : FRY -, X : :I . . ?? 1- . . to , . itifwUA iO ,hea aair o' , 1 isO e >S p% n avez:y'er Vohf ht'bSousr. Qrenjnen t a ge''t ta, -qxciied fiee'rei accuiiit .6f this event,'andweao not- -oft' :kfi how. to ?? thate fpi'rjt iwlitch .direa.ed. the~contiu&, cof .t
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ARTICLES OF CAPITULATION.

ARTICLES OF CAPITULATION.

ARTICLES OF CAPiTULATION. Between Vaubois, General of Divilion,,Vio-e- Adm. Villeneuve, Comnoandant of the Marine,: cnone part, and Major-General Pigot, Corn- snaodan t if the troops of -his Britannic Majeifiy and his Allies, and Capt. Martin, Conmmandantilt ~fsthe Ihips of his M
October 11, 1800 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AND CRY.

AND CRY.

A BSCONDBD, &t»itWOocc of the upon HsSs?with ** the Exccutert,Vifboit Ac hheulder the flngcff, but eanjtag tUtHortd behind %UI«A. ia hife Vtatge ami ifiie ate rather looc, hi* tieclOed, «id ‘parked with the J Chech*ahfohenrtd.TeliSrof• 4«h brawm«a4whlnTbßt; hi*getran)Drca*Amcifa
October 11, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

JaJentered af the Vttb Day May, lBoi ,fer a Term of Tar Tears, ORNBY-HALJ, FARM, containing 158 Acres; Hornby Dale Farm, containing Hornby Middle Farm, c mtaining 126 Acres; gQorsyke Farm, containing 119 Acre*, situate in the palish of Smeaton, in the North-Riding of the County
October 11, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England