Nor. lotß. 1709, oMcnrct, In Note, d«»«d May ti. float Mr. Mtftlt’t rciftAM <amßlto>tn« Mr.Pctfeiot.toknnr tofinr M many curra tritk hia Mtußk IrtAanCnee duUofait iMftta. THE REV. MR. TOWNSEND, CktrWa-ftftct, Bath, with ikte far be di(liag«iflKa> commankated the fallowing. tjt,
October 30, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
'26,883, the first-drawn ticket, day, a half,, a fourth, and two eighths shares, j Lottery, 1791, No. 15,507, in sixteen sixteenths, 30,0001. Since lotteries were first established, there have been but three Thirty Thousand Pounds, divided and sold in shares. The above were the
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
TFiE PRICE OF THE PRINCIPAL ?? i'ICIX3 OF MERCHANDIZE. rr.so.-av, octossus 24. Ats.rnp.tn; 1. ss. 1. s ". d. s. d "C'CCC \— -, Oirperton I. s. 1. c ?? g! 1 i-> ?? tTimS" S Eil ii 1 „"'■- -a ° -e> c ?? ?? ■- -^ £ _ ° J CCv-Jlj Till CC ?? ; CC o o vccc^c^ri^n^crr; ?? ?? i». 6 o—6
October 30, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
The Prater frtlt himself particularly in the universal approbation uluch hit readers have been pleated to eipress of the New Type which this pq>er itprinted; and it it but justice to add it was east at the celebrated foundery ef Wm. Cajlo.v, Esq. Salit- bury-court, Fleet-tlrreC.
October 31, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England