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A LL person-i who have any demands on the estate of the lafe Mr. Thomas Horne, of paversham, deceased, •

A LL person-i who have any demands on the estate of the lafe Mr. Thomas Horne, of paversham, deceased, •

are requested to transifttcihcii accovmts Mr. Emmerson, his executor at Sandwich, onto the Faversham Bank, in order that -they may bc-dischargcd,—And all those, who are indebted the said estate, are desired forthwith to pay their respective debts to the said Executor, or at the
October 31, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The following are the fentimenfs of the Duke Portland relative to the prefent high price of Corn, &c. exprefled in

The following are the fentimenfs of the Duke Portland relative to the prefent high price of Corn, &c. exprefled in

a letter to the Lord Lieutenant of the county of Oxford: " MY LORD, Whitehall, Sept. 29. « Have had the honor receive your Grace's letter of the 25th inlt. and very glad to find that thedifpolition to riot at Witney has been fupprefled, and that all is quiet there for the prefen
October 31, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ASSIZE OF BREAD.

ASSIZE OF BREAD.

The following' is the assize price of for this city (after having been baked twenty-four hoars) which took place ; and lie in force levcn Jays.— The the Wjnchefter. buftiel and baking s.' r lit ex di. The peck loaf . . 17 ti Ditto household, .... ,■ . 17 7 The lulf peck loaf whe
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
and Luxiirie? which get the best times, wo, shrtuld -tTTcTlind' mullo j)lent}-.]— unot/ter caii%tysu<i hig/i p/iOe o/'qirovisions. But what is

and Luxiirie? which get the best times, wo, shrtuld -tTTcTlind' mullo j)lent}-.]— unot/ter caii%tysu<i hig/i p/iOe o/'qirovisions. But what is

the consequence such iH-?ottcn pelf ? —Does not too often happen, that this mode of education but ill suited even to the daughter of great farmer ? Religion is forgotten ; even morality and are emigrating from this country. One these great farmer’s daughters has been seen dresse
October 31, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY, October 31,

CANTERBURY, October 31,

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
 

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Spotting Intelligence.

Spotting Intelligence.

NEWMARKET THIRD OCTOBER, OR, HOUGHTON MEETING. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. Mr. C. C. Smith's h. h by John Bull, 9st. heat Lord Milsintown Whitethorn, lOst. 71b. D. I. 50gs. ( to 4 on Bull. I Mr. Heattoote's Popinjay, beat Mr. Wyndham's c. by Woodpecker, out ol Platina, Bst. each. R. M.
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
At our market on Saturday lad, the average price of grain (Winehefter meafure) was as fuiiows :—Wheat Us. Oats 6s.

At our market on Saturday lad, the average price of grain (Winehefter meafure) was as fuiiows :—Wheat Us. Oats 6s.

Bsd. —Nant- the latin? day, Wheat 14s. 6d.— Oats 6s. 8?d —Stockport, baturday fe'iiiiigiit, Oatmeal (is. fid. Friday lalt being the day appointed for the election tif Corporate Officers of this city for the year enfuinsi, John Meacock, Efq. was Mavor; Mr. John Cottrreave and Mr.
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
2C.—Sti r.nrl ms us not hearing from Lord Keith? fro in A for the Spaniards to double their ijreparaUons. Oct.

2C.—Sti r.nrl ms us not hearing from Lord Keith? fro in A for the Spaniards to double their ijreparaUons. Oct.

3. —Spoke an. American ship from Cadiz; Spaniards are usiag-every possible cxei*tions to their fortifications to repel the expected a.ttaclT.—.Af camp of 'BOOO men on Mount Medina, 4.—Break of day presents us with the fleet haveso auxioilkly looked for—a grand spectacle! tomorro
October 31, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
tHEAVAC. liftCß V-lAN'E:. la the play the Onlle Sptrtrt-y on Tue'day night, a Mrs. Taylor, from the Margate Theu.rr, made

tHEAVAC. liftCß V-lAN'E:. la the play the Onlle Sptrtrt-y on Tue'day night, a Mrs. Taylor, from the Margate Theu.rr, made

her first appearance London audience, the representative old Afar, and acquitted herself with considerable degree of credit; Being well acquainted with the business the ilagc, she seldom failed to produce all the effect of which art is capable characters this description. Her vo
October 31, 1800 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
By the King's Patent. PIKE'S OINTMENT, Fur effectually curing the Itch, without confinement or the least offensive smell. THIS Preparation

By the King's Patent. PIKE'S OINTMENT, Fur effectually curing the Itch, without confinement or the least offensive smell. THIS Preparation

is sovereign and ! remedy (never known to fail) for all s and disorders, of ever long • without cor-fiiKmeur, hindrance htnine?s, or e <£fen*ive smell. I. tnrrely roor art! branch, all the and peccant hnm&rs, by insensible perspiration, and the- infallible i ever yet to the .pub
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England