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MONTROSE RACES.

MONTROSE RACES.

The following report of Montiofe races only came to our hand yelierdav, otl-.et wife we ihouid have been happy m gratifying our fponing readers with" an eatlicr account of them : — Cn Tueiday, Augui't y, sc!. four mile heat,, was Mr Hetchcr's cheinut colt, Logic O'Buchan, by Roc
October 9, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Friday's Mail.

Friday's Mail.

LONDON, (TburfdayJ Oaohcr z OHE Hamburgh Mail, that h-catnedue on Sun- day, arrived this morning. It o-UiJ not ti'ing any intelligence . f :o late a da'e <s that con- tsintd in tfir Pais Papers. Tre En-per r, tr> the day after h s arnval at he-'d <}«nr'e s, ilf.ea ■corral oidcs,
October 9, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

Dtyttes, 0:1. i. Wheat Rarlcy }Ss ‘'ate 4m. oil. 76^. t 01. z. Wheal i-ioiod. Barley lo 59<oJ. Beans 4K lVate oas. Oats li< 4. Wheat 111 I <>»« 3')?. ficaiinx, 0.7. 4. Whc*» to ijzs6J. Barley 40* od. Beaus 675. Peat*6os iu *«s oi. Oats 465. I. *, «c r. 6. There was rhUdav tolera
October 9, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Gout, Palsy, Contraftions, A View of the PERKINEAN ELECTRICITY; or, Enquiry Into tlie Influence of METALLIC TRACTORS; with a Variety

Gout, Palsy, Contraftions, A View of the PERKINEAN ELECTRICITY; or, Enquiry Into tlie Influence of METALLIC TRACTORS; with a Variety

of Experiment* in London, Bath, and Bhttol, which have fully the efficacy the Metallic Practice. C. Cunningham tangworthy, M. D. Sold by J. J'-Union, London, and R. CruttwcU,Bath. Price 2*. Edition. ThcTra<s\<«rs. with dircdlions for utinp them, may had Five Guinea* the fet, of
October 9, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MR. JAMES THOMAS GRANT, of Patna, haying obtained Adminiltratiors of the Eftate of the late Mr. LEWIS M KENZIE, deceafed,

MR. JAMES THOMAS GRANT, of Patna, haying obtained Adminiltratiors of the Eftate of the late Mr. LEWIS M KENZIE, deceafed,

all perfuns having de. minds thereon, are defired to make them known to Mr . JOHN PALMER, the Attorney of Mr. GRANT , thole who are indebted to the Eftate, are requefted to make immediate payment to fail Mr. PALMER. Calcutta, Oftoer, %Soo.
October 9, 1800 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 

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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By M% KIRK, Upon the prrni.es of Mr Tho>. Sotr, of Thulfton, in the county

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By M% KIRK, Upon the prrni.es of Mr Tho>. Sotr, of Thulfton, in the county

of Derby, on M nd -y tr-e 13 h day nf Octob*r next, at 10 o'clock, and continue till all is fold; ALL the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STQrK. cr.fittinj of 13 Meleh Cows. 7 Stirks, S. Calves, and a Bull. 3 (tout Black Draught Mares] in foal, 2 Black Geidin c s, z Fillies and a Hotlej F
October 9, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Monday's Post.

Monday's Post.

, n p o' Aft - .1 LONDON GAZETTE, Oa. 4. ArDmjStALTY.OFFICE, Oa-. 4 ,. Cop aL> 1ier)iom et t. Hal led go Lord Keitk. liii'~t,. Plhornir, at Sea,js,e iSr,¢ S. oo. le.ve to acquaint your Lordlhip. that ,-f ~r y titrtlay tmoriing, beingotf lhe Hjieres. t;J~aii$, and little wind, I &
October 9, 1800 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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October 9, 1800 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
LIGHT and EASY COACH, Wilh THREE HORSES, EVERY Monday and Tlmrl'day Mornings, At Hilf-paft SEVEN o'clock, from the r.REYHOUND INN,

LIGHT and EASY COACH, Wilh THREE HORSES, EVERY Monday and Tlmrl'day Mornings, At Hilf-paft SEVEN o'clock, from the r.REYHOUND INN,

Market-Plicc, and GI.OCESTER INN, Waleot, BA fH, To the BEIJ, INN, SWINDON, through Chippenham, Wotlon-D.ttTcti, and return the next days at Eight. 12s.—Outfides fs. 6d. I.adica and Gentlemen will forwarded Poft- Cliaifer, from the Coach at Swindon, within miles further, at Is.
October 9, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AERIAL EXCURSION

AERIAL EXCURSION

The following is the account 'given by Car— ncrin of his dangerous experiment on the occa- lion cf. the late celebration of the foundation of the French Republic, at Paris : paris — sept. 24. " The weather was never lefs favourable than it was yefterday for defcending by a parac
October 9, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland