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PRICE CURRENT.

PRICE CURRENT.

IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEK. Br»con cwt. Ots Bean* 66a { 47 2 Brandy 7'43 a g* 608 ewt Butter tons Ricc *354 303' Rye Flour 5703 Ditto 1 cwr Rum 3 C2 20642 cwt .Sugar cw| Cotton ton* Flour 1430 cwr. Tobacco lb. Hams cut vVhiat r - Lemons Wine Port STOCKS, September 23. Rank Srock Ban
September 26, 1801 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
MR. COOKE. The friends and admirer* the t)rama will learn with regret, that the fudden indifpnfition of this cxeelleitt ailor,

MR. COOKE. The friends and admirer* the t)rama will learn with regret, that the fudden indifpnfition of this cxeelleitt ailor,

which to the return thedifordcr under which he laboured lait win ter, may detain him for fome time ia the country. Thr rircumftance is communicated in letter to Mr. Harris by Dr. Kentilh, of the firft talents and pradice in the north Rngland. Another lette", from a very refpaAab
September 26, 1801 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
PONTEFRACT RACES.

PONTEFRACT RACES.

September 501. Lord Darlington's Haphafurd, 4 vrs. old o Mr. yrs. old. 102 Mr. Sitweif's h. c. Lamplighter, yr%. old 4 Mr. c. Muilcs, Drone 4 4 Three and 1 Haphazard againft the field; heat 8 and 10 t) lon Haphazard and heat 7 and t. k 501. for all ages. Mr. Sitwell's b. Cock'>o
September 26, 1801 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ALL 6e.KTi.KMEp * BLACKKOKL (sf PATENT BOLT IN*} CLOTHS* without seams, ARE recommended an A nick 'hit will cnf»»r the

ALL 6e.KTi.KMEp * BLACKKOKL (sf PATENT BOLT IN*} CLOTHS* without seams, ARE recommended an A nick 'hit will cnf»»r the

purpofe r tf*v arc cUfi the fulled ion (he Miller 4 They ire made the beff materials Hi.it can ; that w til rcgaid to dur..bility, nuihin,; tl« kind can lurpafs them. To add perfetfi-ro, itrcfprfls neatnefs in dtcflirrg, Co .in Sprite thc-m with, ic regularly; lor the foe mvcnti
September 26, 1801 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
SUN-FIR^OPFfCK, Bank Buildings, »nd Craig's Court, Chakin« Cross, Losuos, For Inlunni; HoulcS and other Building*, Goods. Mcrclnniiii*! Ships inHjirboui, U'>.:k

SUN-FIR^OPFfCK, Bank Buildings, »nd Craig's Court, Chakin« Cross, Losuos, For Inlunni; HoulcS and other Building*, Goods. Mcrclnniiii*! Ships inHjirboui, U'>.:k

Building, and Craft from Loft and Damage Fire. WE names are under-wrltfrn, being the Sun-Fiie Office, do infirm all J fans Infured in the faid Olfice, «-lwle ANNUAL PREMIUM becomes due Mich.ielmas next, rhjt Printed Receipts, under our Hands, are ready tor dca lively on the of t
September 26, 1801 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 

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STAFFORD.

STAFFORD.

Saturday, September 26. THE prefent Lai not more of political intelligence than thai -which immediately prec.ilcd it. We have inftrted ir. our pagei cvttjr article unj degree iHienjlt Hg, but ihey are as do not require tttapttulaUd thiiplace. The late frequent meetings of the Ca
September 26, 1801 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
'&9* iBMro Pffi' G-AZETTZEMR*

'&9* iBMro Pffi' G-AZETTZEMR*

'&9* ?? Pffi' G-AZETTZEMR* Price Six-pence. THURSDAY, September 3, 1801. ?? ! 0,252
September 3, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WEYMOUTH, Sept. i.

WEYMOUTH, Sept. i.

The Esplanade, last night, was hut thin of com- pany : l3is Majesty walked for some time, accom- panied-)}' Prince Adolphus, Princesses Augusta and Mary, and Princess Sophia of Gloucester ; Earl Uxbridge, Lord Walsirigharn, the Lord Bishop rf Salisbury, his Lady, and Daughter. A
September 3, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
&VBlj-\\ Atr&. 2s.

&VBlj-\\ Atr&. 2s.

_-^^W^ll%«f*e^Mjg,' C pt. John Atkinson, of the }ie_cw.estabf:-ih'_ient tf this metropolis, assiste<l by Me. .Hvdp, one of His Majesty's messengers, brought in<o town trom Limerick, Denis Fitzge- rald, who had been arrested there on a -charge of being a spy. He appears to be a m
September 3, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

On Tuesday was played a grand Match ofCricker, in Lord's Grjund, Mary-ie-b.-ne, between a selecl prtrty of Gentlemen, consisting of twelve of a .ide, for 500 guineas. Mr. CARTON. M.-ST !NNINCS. SECOND INNINGS. Carton 22 b. Farr.ince 1 stumpt Farrance Proetur z b. Jonson o b. dit
September 3, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England