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The Markets.

The Markets.

A - tZ. CORNWrEXCHAKGE, LONDOQ n -t. *-r':agh ~ l-- I fi 'is ?hec ws o ~Xndar ?? Y-Ige inpplyo not V14At~ both ?? heo i tetd -4runs were fold intiie early: pari6t, tie morning, -a I t pner arather. lower thanzthegpxededing Moaday :bbt' and .the fev ti~at temn~ni ed uinfold beioyr
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GRANGEMOUTH—Oct. S.

GRANGEMOUTH—Oct. S.

GRANGEMOUTH— Oct. S. Oct. 7. Wiiliam and Thomas, ,fram Berwick, bal. Industry, Kmcaid, from 1.-, ndon, -roods. Charlotte, Stoc Ita, from Drum, deals Wind Easterly.
October 13, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CORK LETTER.

CORK LETTER.

Mv.rfc.[.»m*, Oflnlirrft. Their was thi < Jay o ?? large ftf • ftt tf wheat ?? AtffK mni Kent ; mid r.. rhitf of the turn 1. ■•? fail intke tmrlypart of tkt morning Al ffttti ra.-W limitr -*«» tog Monday i but ?? fampln tli.it rematrvJ, fald, befor, tht Jf-.r- ttt fintfktd, at ?
October 13, 1800 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS, OSfoher 13.

LEEDS, OSfoher 13.

ON Monday iaft, at the general quarter fef- lions for this borough, the following pri- l'nner, took tbeir trials, viz, John Green, alias Tinner Jack, Wm. Thackrab, and J. Kitchen, for breaking into the warehoule of Mell'rs. Lupton, Mellin and Slirupe, in this town, and ftealing
October 13, 1800 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

MONDAY, OCTOBER A dispatch was this day received at Lord Grenville's office from France, which is supposed to contain the answer of the consulate to the last proposal of our ministers. Paris papers to the 4th inst. were received this day. The most important intelligence, announc
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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\59 . Persons the Country may be supplied with Tickets or Shares, the same as personally preseut, by sending Post-Oflice

\59 . Persons the Country may be supplied with Tickets or Shares, the same as personally preseut, by sending Post-Oflice

Orders, good Bills at short Dates, Bank Notes, or Cash, Post or Carriage paid, to No. 4, Cornhill, London. Bank, India, South-Sea, Irish, Imperial, and 5 per Cents, 4 per Cents, per Cents, with their several Annuities, India Bonds, Exchequer Bills, and other t Securities bought
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ABVQWSON. TO DISPOSED PRIVATE CONTRAC V, The Perpetual ar « RIGHT PATRONAGE, and to the RECTORY a PARISH, (minted in

ABVQWSON. TO DISPOSED PRIVATE CONTRAC V, The Perpetual ar « RIGHT PATRONAGE, and to the RECTORY a PARISH, (minted in

the north' Devon, the value 1201. and Upwards, a moderate computation. The incumbent between and years of age, accommodate the pmchafer, the whole of? the money may remain, for years, on the fecurity of the advowfon, With other (ecu rity approved; certain proportion the chafe mo
October 13, 1800 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
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FASHIONAPILB FURRIERY, &a. ?? it 1ll211' ?IITRIT'H YJLt ?? LidY TI700/L Dr-aljr, GIR ATVFl'ULL1 B Itobble of the very libocral en- G coiragci ncrt lie Ihs meilt with front the1ai' and Gcntlcicii', of E-lgin -toi its igbrhdbl''trs leave to fity. thtn-cto rx'-ritionl inl ?? XIN-;I;
October 13, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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* -- NAVAL STO7r¢-S. . .? CAYTION. WI I AM S- E e. JKatchtfzw Ft; . . ped in IRisJMjy's DocA-eVrrd,z uas cenvidj *a the Par ~ortfiati Se@2Jdit.~, df naling IronAfran? tenee, ) ad A rn jfewrnced t.b 1pr~jne Si..h; ?? sic ..PI ;& .-cuipt trhe dc Cates. . - JOKArcOOMWES,.,a Garter,
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. On Monday Mr. Otto delivered to our Government the ultimatum of Bonaparte on the long depending subject of a naval armistice. consequence, the communication between France and this country, which has for some weeks been so frequent by means of flags of truc
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England