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I their wages, the following*)* «- jeanian belonging to the SufFolk t ■nceirotn England has been nearly course inti tied

I their wages, the following*)* «- jeanian belonging to the SufFolk t ■nceirotn England has been nearly course inti tied

considerable watch for guineas, with * tetal, to which he attached small six feet distance, comtnonlycalled for girl and self, and drove up and iinsclf at one of the windows, as i» wing the lead (the watch), singing is, as if on board ship steering for ne, however, not proving c
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
f:..; IJv.the por-io;i his house m'orhfng, April last,, will to his f-tmily, or any nurqcropi fiicruli wliera hc.at rcsidLes, it

f:..; IJv.the por-io;i his house m'orhfng, April last,, will to his f-tmily, or any nurqcropi fiicruli wliera hc.at rcsidLes, it

will tend,to ey'iniq..the.dieatliu 1 state anxiety which. prcscnt endure ! ■
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SPUING PHYSIC!

SPUING PHYSIC!

THE propriety of taking some alterative medicine at tliis season of the year, to facilitate the efforts nature, must obvious the weakest capacity ; it is salutary practice, founded the wisdom of our ancestors, and by the approbation every medical man: its utility confined to the
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MONEY WAN TED

MONEY WAN TED

WANTED, the sum .t’O'OO mortgage, for certain, on a freehold landed estate. Letters directed to Q. R. MCBarnard, post-master, Sit- will he attended WANTED IMMEDIATELY, ,\ Plum Crazier and Faint er,or Painter and Gla?i<!r only.—One who perfectly understands his busiiv >s may liav
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

A Young man, look after a horse, clean knives, shoes, and to assist wailing at table. Enquire of. Mr.Townson, bookseller and stationer, Chatham. None need apply but such as can have good recom-
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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Turnpike Tolls 'fn Let. NrOTICE i» hereby given, that the Trustee? of the 1 Turnpike leading from Dovor through Deal

Turnpike Tolls 'fn Let. NrOTICE i» hereby given, that the Trustee? of the 1 Turnpike leading from Dovor through Deal

.fth, will meet the Guildhall, Deal, Thnrt'tay the third June next, eleven o’clock, in the forenoon, at which place hetuien the said hour and one o’clock in the afternoon, the Tolls, arising at the four Toll Gates erfccted upon the said Road, will separately let by Auction to th
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Acre Titrttp&e Canterbury fa Sandwich. r l next Meeting the Trustees this ll> h<l will be hoklenatthe Red Lion in

Acre Titrttp&e Canterbury fa Sandwich. r l next Meeting the Trustees this ll> h<l will be hoklenatthe Red Lion in

Thursday next 6th instant, at eleven o’clock’ in the forenoon, • Canterbury, orcLr.of the Trustees, May 3. JOHN HODGES, Clerk.
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PAIIT N LKS HIP EN FIR E D

PAIIT N LKS HIP EN FIR E D

FIR r pilß Public are most resj«.*cttully informed that the JL pattnerslv,p which lias subsisted between Messrs. Jonh Hinpe and Bryan Faussett, Attornies at Miiton next.Sittingbourne and Sittinghorne, is this day expired. Witness our lucid, Ist May, 1802, J. HINDE. BR, FAL’SSCTT.
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Canterbury, May 4.

Canterbury, May 4.

On Thursday tin* Auricula Feast, the And;or, the* Fuzes were won as follows: 1. Mr. Fay, Metcalf's Lancashire Hero;" 2. Mr. Powell, Poppet well’s Conqueror; 3. Mr, Read, by Melcairs Lancashire Hero; 4. M. Wood, by Po|>perwcll’s Goytiqueror;-.5. Mr. Jlolpess, Cbesbire Hero. • Fri
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
lAd'ics' IlalMts and Clothes. , ... - T.iyiqr, g'a R.K+t, A*NTFP«C'RY, 0 infiirms-'tlv that lie has just 1 peccived'in eniuftly

lAd'ics' IlalMts and Clothes. , ... - T.iyiqr, g'a R.K+t, A*NTFP«C'RY, 0 infiirms-'tlv that lie has just 1 peccived'in eniuftly

and! f.nstuon:tWe assottiuent , Superfine* (ivd .Lndirft Habit Cloths, with every other arfTfle jn lljd above lines, vvllith he cflminncs fashlonahle manner. SX’.'pS'iiLS feuirns iliir the v«rv distinguished jiatrohi.'TC he lps’ received, apd-solici'-s a eontiniiaoce the .safric
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England