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CORN - LETTERS. MARK-LANE, Monday, Oilober 'There was a conliderable Wheat this morning from Kent, with rather more from ElTcx

CORN - LETTERS. MARK-LANE, Monday, Oilober 'There was a conliderable Wheat this morning from Kent, with rather more from ElTcx

and Suffolk than we have hither, to, and Come quantity from the northern counties; but lcarcely any thing newly in from the continent.—The trade at early hour fymptoms tliil furt her advance the prices; and (elect fampiesof fnperfine were fold as high as 61. 16s. to 71. per quar
October 31, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

LONDON, THURSDAY, 50. Of the fix Hamburgh mails, which were due, the fourth arrived laft night.—Thd intelligence received through this channel has been entirely anticipated by the' French papers. The two Imperial Courts are in a train amicable adjuftment. The Emperor Paul having
October 31, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
T" ; e al who gave Notes the &C> OF JOHN HARVEY, roueh 1 '! ge -' in ,he Pari,h

T" ; e al who gave Notes the &C> OF JOHN HARVEY, roueh 1 '! ge -' in ,he Pari,h

Braceboaredetired u Lincoln, Farmer, deceafed, Atto.nev ay ' hc ameto Mr - TORKINGTON, of Nov FM 3,11 ford,on FRIDAY thefeventh Day neXf ' INK, HISTAM - t, at o'Clock in the Forenoon. JOHN BLOODWORTH, CARPENTER AVINL' 1 "CTIONEEK, Sec Empingham, hasdeelinpft; r!" h-is Father (wh
October 31, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BETSEY'S GRAVE. VXHAPPY has ihe traveler been, Wb., wheie the languid flow* rets wave, The gliu'ring tear of has seen

BETSEY'S GRAVE. VXHAPPY has ihe traveler been, Wb., wheie the languid flow* rets wave, The gliu'ring tear of has seen

On Betsey's grave. Who, when the hour of day, lis fiercest lustre bade him brave, lias shudiier'd near the icy clay Ol" Betsey's grave. Who, when ihe tempest yell'd afar, Has heard the sighing zephyr* wave The grass-green mantle that Betsey's low grave. And sad, with twilight's
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
October 20th 1800, fftit-Kent.

October 20th 1800, fftit-Kent.

October 1800, fftit-Kent. Portsmouth, Oct. 26.—This day arrived the Andromeda frigate from the Eastward; and Empress Mary store-«hip, and Plover sloop of war, from the Downs. Arrived * cutter from Guernsey, with two Irishmen, suspected characters, who are this evening to proceea
October 31, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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DLESEX,

DLESEX,

In consequence of a Requisition signed by several of the Freeholders of Middlesex, and sent to the Sheriffs of the Countv, a Meeting was on Wednesday held at the Mermaid, at Hackney, to consider of the propriety of presenting Petition to Parliament, to entreat it to investigate
October 31, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
verso that 1 King.

verso that 1 King.

October 31, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To be LET AND ENTERED UPON" IM Great Gomerby, near AD' VLLLING-ilOl lors Feet by 14, Chant fame Width, Kitchen,

To be LET AND ENTERED UPON" IM Great Gomerby, near AD' VLLLING-ilOl lors Feet by 14, Chant fame Width, Kitchen,

Cellar for four Horfes, and other with Orchard, Garden, and Ho For other Particulars enquire CU FT, Harlaxton. COMPANY OF S r ATI ONI y November iS, THE FOLLOWING A FOR TIJE YEAR Printed forthe Company of Si George Grcenhiil, Treafnrci at their Hall,in Ludgate-ftreetj PRINTER th
October 31, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Mail.

Wednesday Night's Mail.

London, October 28. I-iIVE Hamburgh Mails are now due—Some of them, we underftand, are to irivc i» the courfe of the day.—Though they cannot communicate :o us any information from Germany or Italy of fo recent a date as that conned in the laft Paris Papers yet it is believed, wi
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
. SAMUEL DA VIES, , UPHOLSTERER, WANTS AN APPRENTICE. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A Number JOURNEYMEN MILLWRIGHTS Apply 10 JOHN MOSE- millwright,

. SAMUEL DA VIES, , UPHOLSTERER, WANTS AN APPRENTICE. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A Number JOURNEYMEN MILLWRIGHTS Apply 10 JOHN MOSE- millwright,

Flookersbrook, near Chester. October 30, 1800. CHESTER CITY BENTS WILL be received at the PENTICE TUESDAY NEXT, the FOURTH day NOVEMBER, where attendance will be given from ten to two o'clock for that purpose. October t ISOO. CARNARVON HUNT COMMENCES on WEDNESDAY the NINETEENTH
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England