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tfeiv Linn-ball, PURSUANT to the eighth article of agreement, the proprietors ire daflred.to general meeting, to be held in ant

tfeiv Linn-ball, PURSUANT to the eighth article of agreement, the proprietors ire daflred.to general meeting, to be held in ant

Ottober, the in the city of Chelter, precifely atieven o'clock, in , the evening. WILLIAM ALL perfons who flood indebted to JOSFPH HOWARD, late the city Che tier, flcinner, arc reouefted to pay their debts Mr. Vincent Evans, of the fame city, the adminittrator his effedls, immed
October 14, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
JOHN MONK, PRINTER OF THE CHESTER COURANT, SELLS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, jn Bctopte=gtj:cct, Chester, BY APPOINTMENT OF THE ORIGINAL PROPRIETORS

JOHN MONK, PRINTER OF THE CHESTER COURANT, SELLS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, jn Bctopte=gtj:cct, Chester, BY APPOINTMENT OF THE ORIGINAL PROPRIETORS

AND PATENTEES, The following MEDICINES and other USEFUL ARTICLES, REALLY GENUINE, AT THE PRICES ANNEXES..... > » .INCLUDING THE STAMP DUTIES. For Disorders of the Head and Eyes. CEPHALIC Pills for the Hearf-ach 9 Infallible Tindure for the Eyes 19 Dr. Clinton's Oil for Deafnefs
October 14, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
- ATO SOLD ! By J. RUTTIiR, On next, the 2Dth-)f this in-a jot Otto*''*”, ’■ .! Ft’RNirUlit*;;l.rowm- *. »ils,

- ATO SOLD ! By J. RUTTIiR, On next, the 2Dth-)f this in-a jot Otto*''*”, ’■ .! Ft’RNirUlit*;;l.rowm- *. »ils,

seven drjiftli6r«cs tteiter,-etto s-f.v Hull, and'sundry articles dt;Husbandry, {-.wantses,- CatTßi. ... . . .. . j The sale will begin ten a’clock inrtbc- tor' • < • -KOAl) From Dovor tJirou%li J)cal fo Sduthrich. v next Meeting the Trustees tin* said road, X will He in tlig Gu
October 14, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, rHAT the comnuflloner' for putting execution the powers of an Act of Parliament, made and puffed the

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, rHAT the comnuflloner' for putting execution the powers of an Act of Parliament, made and puffed the

3jd year the reign his prefent Majefry King George the Third, intitled, "An Act for cleanf. ing, lighting, watching, and regulating the iapes, paffages, and places, within the tawns of Manchester and Salford, the county palatine of Lancafter, for widening and rendering more- com
October 14, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Nctife U "Jonathan R'jgerfm's Creditors. THE Creditors of JONATHAN ROGERSON. who have not executed the allignmcnt his eftate and effects,

Nctife U "Jonathan R'jgerfm's Creditors. THE Creditors of JONATHAN ROGERSON. who have not executed the allignmcnt his eftate and effects,

in truft far their equal benefit are to execute the fame, at the office of Mr. Seddon attorney, Cannon-ftreet, Manch-tter, within one Month from this day, o'herwiie ihcy wif be excluded the benefit of a final dividend, which will, after that time immediately be made hi" truftees
October 14, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUNDAY NIGHT'S POST.

SUNDAY NIGHT'S POST.

From the London Gazette., dfiatcb bat been received by tit Ritbt Hen. Henry Bundai, from Major General pLi, commanding Hit Mc.jeJlj's troopt in the Hand of Malta. * Malta, Sept. —l Boo. SIR, >^_< £<ONCEIVING that it may be of the utmoft confequence that His Majefty's Minifters f
October 14, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PRESENTS FROM THE EAST.

PRESENTS FROM THE EAST.

The crowd at the baggage warehoufe lias been immenfe this week, atrraited by the pre fents for the Royal Family, confining of the wardrobe and other articles taken from the late Tippoo Sultaun. The winter are immenfely heavy and magoificent—the turbans would almoft crulh the fle
October 14, 1800 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
’o, M U T E S, ( oifecfeil from the ancient Records and Accounts, the Chamber CANTERBURY, of Transactions in

’o, M U T E S, ( oifecfeil from the ancient Records and Accounts, the Chamber CANTERBURY, of Transactions in

that Si. lor put., ig -u guilty o. perjury , 4 After my duty of recommendation remembered, it mav pleaw you to know, that this day, in the Star*‘ (’handier, whe.e were no men, but only Ix>rd '* Cardinal’s Grace, and sixteen or seventeen Lords of the Council, the Clerk of the Cou
October 14, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THAT truly valuable CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD, it indifpntib'y the heft nuJiciae for te> Uxstiant, laflitude, tremor*, finking of the

THAT truly valuable CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD, it indifpntib'y the heft nuJiciae for te> Uxstiant, laflitude, tremor*, finking of the

fpiritt, tod *tt tliofe net too* which htrraft and the treat, fedemary, and delicate, thofe who hare been deluded int® a fecrct vice; for in all thefe cafet, it calculated warm aad ftead the cold, tremulous nerve*, to and invigorate the mufcelar fyflcin; to animate the fpitits,
October 14, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

From the Evin;ni Pujis and Daily Papers-. OH. 7- LOLDON, October 7. r T''HEacquifition of Malta (lor the Gazette account A. of which fee our aftpage) cannot betoo highly appreciated ami itary point of view it is the key of the Mediterranean ; —in a naval, is one of the fined har
October 14, 1800 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England