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KOVAL-OAK INN, j. fuMv.infnnns lii’s travellers, a\ill puMit. in geiterul,' that having taken the above Inn, .'ivJ-ntfv ihnV iittCil lip

KOVAL-OAK INN, j. fuMv.infnnns lii’s travellers, a\ill puMit. in geiterul,' that having taken the above Inn, .'ivJ-ntfv ihnV iittCil lip

'tvith excellent betk', !zc. bt\hiHly’^’olierrs their patrortage support, assmirig them *>'Or(i»im tn his pow shaft wanting to render tho accommodation agreeable as p()j«ible t those who may please to honour him with tlreHr favours,—The best wines ami oilier lign-ois—■'Good stal
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Bridge, dprit, 1802. LARGE CHALK. PROPOSALS will K'CeivCfV sit the Biitigo Audit Cliamber, llochcucr, oil Saturday Sth May next, for

Bridge, dprit, 1802. LARGE CHALK. PROPOSALS will K'CeivCfV sit the Biitigo Audit Cliamber, llochcucr, oil Saturday Sth May next, for

cun - trading to deliver duniiß tliis siiintncr, sueli. of LARGE CHALK as shall required hy tire thrown out the vessels into the starl’intts at the the contractor. —The tonnage the barges other vessels, to marked inside and out. Such proposals be pealed and delivered on Saturday
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
RiicHisrkx, May the 2d, 180^ Freehold blacksmith's Highiun, Kent. SOU) PRLVATE CONTRACT, Convenient Freehold Flncksuiith's Forge, the Jr\. Chequers, in

RiicHisrkx, May the 2d, 180^ Freehold blacksmith's Highiun, Kent. SOU) PRLVATE CONTRACT, Convenient Freehold Flncksuiith's Forge, the Jr\. Chequers, in

the parish Htgham, Kent, late in the occupation Mr. Stephen Knight, deceased. has been used forge for more than a century, and is situated about the center the parish, in which there is great number of very respectable "gentlemen and farmers customers. * Any' young man, wanting
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
May 4, 1803.

May 4, 1803.

; TO BTC SOLD, AT Mr, John Houus’V.al Lympne, near Ilytiie, ■ Rent— • • • > Three Capital Draught Stallions, ‘.warrnrttccl sound —-one years old, one 6, and one And Threc-ycarUng Bulls. . PRIVATE CONTRACT, Substantial wcll-bu.iU Bfidt Dwelling-house, sashed, .widi the 'jrarden a
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
‘TO SOU) AUCTION, , \ AT the York in Dover, Thursday, the M..y, Idthi, eleven o’cltVck—- 80 Casks Oil Turpentine

‘TO SOU) AUCTION, , \ AT the York in Dover, Thursday, the M..y, Idthi, eleven o’cltVck—- 80 Casks Oil Turpentine

, Wine Ckkcs Yellow’Rosin 8 Ga*ks-OU. af.QliW9 100 Ditto Rosin fliltJs Corks Ca-ks Brandy 1 Chest Salt Meat Chests Spanish Liquorice FT Deals Also for Bales Cocoa Peel. Being the entire cargo of the Prussian galliot Vrieudschap, H. H, Moving, master, detained her voyage from Bay
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PULEUOLD I ARM AND LANDS

PULEUOLD I ARM AND LANDS

AND LANDS l>e Saul Auction, Mr. C. POUT, the Rose Ihn, Sittinghourn,-on Tuesday the 11th May next, four o'clock ;n the afternoon, in seven lots, under (subject :o such conditions will then and there produced) that FREEHOLD FARM, situate, lying and being in the several parishes an
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PROCLAMATION OF PEACE,

PROCLAMATION OF PEACE,

PROCLAMATION PEACE, The cavalcade (described in Friday’s p'<»{»er') arrived Temple-bar about one o’clock. hour before this time the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Sheriffs, had arrived the same place from the Mansion house in prartd procession. The Lord Mayor and Sheriffs tlieir state
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Monday, Mi THE LON DO Admiralty-Office, Apri day in pursuance of ih( following Flag-officer* ■ Janies Pigot, esq.—Right of the

Monday, Mi THE LON DO Admiralty-Office, Apri day in pursuance of ih( following Flag-officer* ■ Janies Pigot, esq.—Right of the

lied, to Vic Alexander Gncnit*, e»q. —Gt the Irhite, to >barl.-s Chamlie/layne, esq.— of the Hint, be lr George Horn**, bart.—Sir C oft he Red, to V J,, Willett Payne, —Sir of the White, to he ‘lis Majesty has been gracious that, consideration ices of the marines during in futur
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Monday, May . From the LONDON gazette. Admiralty-Office, April 1802. pursuance of the King's pleasure, the following Flag-officen* of his

Monday, May . From the LONDON gazette. Admiralty-Office, April 1802. pursuance of the King's pleasure, the following Flag-officen* of his

Majesty’s rfeet, viz, , Times Pigoi, esq.—Right Hon. Lord of the tied, tu be Vice-Adrr.wais the Alexander Grreme, esq.—George esq. qf the White, to be icc-Ad/n.s of the Red. '-harti-s Chaml/erlayne, esq —Peter Rainier, es<p o* the to be V iee-AdTns. ot the kite. George Horn.*, b
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
T. O N D O N.

T. O N D O N.

T. O O N. fuMitjon trt the letter from Lord Hobart, respecting Volotiteer C»tp», the following circular L«;lft has been sent through the medium the Government Agents the Agents the difibnent Corps: a.—Copy.) iVar-Ofice, Tld April, SOC. The Secretary War has received from the Depa
May 4, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England