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ROYAL, DRURY-1 ANE. EV,-v'INC A TRIP TO SCARBOROUGH 'J" b ?? To ; daa v ith LOVE and MAGIC. '

ROYAL, DRURY-1 ANE. EV,-v'INC A TRIP TO SCARBOROUGH 'J" b ?? To ; daa v ith LOVE and MAGIC. '

,;i ' :1 ' The West Indian ; with Love aim Magic. CO VENT CARD FN. ?? v , vENIN ?? THE ROAD TO RUIN; I'tf. lewis: Sophia, Mrs. Mills; Mrs. Warren, ?? With HARLEQUIN'S MAUI- AS. ?? c ' ?? \ir Cooke will perform Sir Pertinax Mac- •■^''The Man of the World ;Hvith Harlequin's . in i
December 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PLYMOUTH BRIBERY.

THE PLYMOUTH BRIBERY.

IP mdaßi wlio seldom lets any ridiculous ? £TE * lithou! writing a poem on it, has just 4 i iaSS .nn the attempt of the Tinman of 4 one vii i ** w * ■ • t F 1 to obtain from Mr. Addincton, by c*° f 2O OOI. a place become vacant at Ply. ?? . "j L in is the tinman's name, and Pete
December 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Theatres.

Theatres.

performed 1,., „i,h? ViL d.^l ?? ?? 3?" -Md. is .he T i ; rom^,t t' th ° ££*; Indeed the impetuosity of the character, and the sudden transitions from violent affection i» as un- bounded jealousy, require great skill to give the part «■ due effect Mrs. Jordan*. Ft*** highly grat
December 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PL LA DuKlh G VL oHLLS.

PL LA DuKlh G VL oHLLS.

A system of plundering wrecked vessels on the different parts of the Coast has been kept up for many years, and is now arrived at an alarming pitch. The following is a very daiing and singular case of the kind : On the beginning of this month a Dutch vessel, laden with ioo casks
December 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLTICAL PARTIES.

POLTICAL PARTIES.

Perhapa late period can mentioned, in which there ha* been to little ostensible distention, and ao many distinct parties, in the picaeat. The advantages the former circumstance, at far at attend, are all immediate and obviout j thoee of the Utter are not ve»y remote, or eery dee
December 31, 1802 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Poetry, A NEW-YEAR'S DAY TO A LADY, mo* WS&iSD. DBA* heart-, »»4 partner li«r Thou more than bosom friend, Boaom

Poetry, A NEW-YEAR'S DAY TO A LADY, mo* WS&iSD. DBA* heart-, »»4 partner li«r Thou more than bosom friend, Boaom

Wilef j ih« *u grin, the modish meet, For Thee, thine bail» yew Tor Thee, hi' faryWW *ows <" He*»'h ascend. That protecting j"» thy t««P» Thai, West »>h peace and luer, »" H worth, nest foretaste Hea**» ost Earth, Lib calm contentment may gu at, And many a year, eaeeed the At ho
December 31, 1802 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
W ~.. Uirimhtr, 130.'. iIEKE\S advertisements hived appeared lit offering suoit money (or of Places Situations the Customs, inserted either

W ~.. Uirimhtr, 130.'. iIEKE\S advertisements hived appeared lit offering suoit money (or of Places Situations the Customs, inserted either

per'onsnot the serious consequences which attach upon transactions this nature,or pet ions of a dtferent description, with view lo delude the ignorant and unwary The Commissioner his Majetty't Cu,tmi think, it necessary toliave generally known, that, in addition tqphe punishment
December 31, 1802 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LUi. rtruhn. Oak. Sim. t/c. Mi. Ftp. 1. LUnfairDyffrynClwjrd. 102 12 19 3 2. Ditto T> £ T n urt™'

LUi. rtruhn. Oak. Sim. t/c. Mi. Ftp. 1. LUnfairDyffrynClwjrd. 102 12 19 3 2. Ditto T> £ T n urt™'

inPtn 587 29 88 0 3. Clocaenog. . . . Pen v Park. 898 16 0 0 0 ♦. Llanelidan. . . . »*> "50.0 5. Cofwen. .... Ty l^ d * h^ I CTC,,, "♦« 0
December 31, 1802 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I The above timber are numbered with white paint except those of Lot 1, which are scribe-marked. The Oak of

I The above timber are numbered with white paint except those of Lot 1, which are scribe-marked. The Oak of

Lots and 4, are chiefly very large dimensions, fit for ihip-building, and lie contiguous i good carriage-road*, about eighteen miles diitant from the port of Rhyddlan. The Oak Lot 5 are great lengths, well adapted lor building, alto for ■pokes, laths, Icc. and are near good turn
December 31, 1802 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ROYAL EXCHANGE "ASSURANCE, Established Royai dinner, >n the reign of King Geoige tk* fun, lor assuring Hotste** Buildings, Goodi, Hay.

ROYAL EXCHANGE "ASSURANCE, Established Royai dinner, >n the reign of King Geoige tk* fun, lor assuring Hotste** Buildings, Goodi, Hay.

Corn, Live Stuck, Ice. alio fur the o* Lifts, and for granting IKMOiriO ON VIS. Pettuns whose Annual Premiums fall due at Chrittnsjii art hereby informed, thai Receipts are now ready delivered bjr the Company's respective Agents undermentioned, and the parties assuted are reques
December 31, 1802 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England