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Grange Moor, Iffc. TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LETT. NOTICE is hereby given, That the next MEETING of the TRUSTEES of

Grange Moor, Iffc. TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LETT. NOTICE is hereby given, That the next MEETING of the TRUSTEES of

and for this * ROAD, is appointed to at Houfe of Mr. Oliver Saville, Sign Rofc and Crown, in Barton, Tuefday the Thirteenth Day of April next, betwixt • Hours Two and Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, when and where they propofe to Lett to Farm Auction, to the beft Bidder or Bidder
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DISSOLVED. NOTICE is hefcby That the Copartnerihip lately fubfiftirtg between THOMAS -COOPER, of the Otlry, the County of York; JEREMIAH

DISSOLVED. NOTICE is hefcby That the Copartnerihip lately fubfiftirtg between THOMAS -COOPER, of the Otlry, the County of York; JEREMIAH

RYCRQI-T, Mir, the Parifh of Calvcrley, in the laid County, and MICHAEL ODD V, late of Efirolt deceafod, Scribbling Millers, carried on under the Firm Cooper, and o»dv, was by mutual Confirm diffolved the Twentieth Day of September, 1800. AH Perfons who hand indebted the faid Co
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
„ , and Cos. Rankrurv»rv. THE Commilfioncrs named and authorized and Com million Bankrupt awarded and iftued forth againft CHARLES

„ , and Cos. Rankrurv»rv. THE Commilfioncrs named and authorized and Com million Bankrupt awarded and iftued forth againft CHARLES

Shelf, in Parifh of Halifax, the County of York, • Scribbling Miller CHARLES HEMINGWAY, Leeds, in the faid County, Proffer JAMES HAIGH, of Shelf aforefaid, Farmer ; STOCKWELL, Halifax afcrefaid, Yeoman;' JOHN BAKER, of Leeds aforefaid, Dyer, and JOHN ROGERSON, of the fame Place,
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
a Meeting J. A- Leeds, the Count/oHViV, held t e Moot Hall, on Friday the Second" of April, - iBcz,

a Meeting J. A- Leeds, the Count/oHViV, held t e Moot Hall, on Friday the Second" of April, - iBcz,

confide.- a to to the Honourable the of Commons, praying of the Tax upon Income ' W. COOKSON, Mayor, Refolved Unati -: That the Tax upon Income highly and " unequal, becaofe it makes no whatever, ' between Incomes that are temporary, precarious, ..nd fluctuating, arifing from th
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BURGLARY. EAST-RIDING LANK, MALTON. WHEREAS in the Night of the Fourth, the Morning the Fifth of March Inft. the Houfc

BURGLARY. EAST-RIDING LANK, MALTON. WHEREAS in the Night of the Fourth, the Morning the Fifth of March Inft. the Houfc

of Mr. F TAYLOR, of Yorkshire, (the Cafhitr the Bank R. C. and Company,) waa broke into by" fome | whe, having Secured the by tying him Bed, obtained by Threats The Keys of the Bank and One of the Iron Chefs, And ftole therefrom CASH, BANK of ENGLAND NOTES, and COUNTRY BANK NOTE
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SESSIONS. IVtf-Riding of Yorkft'trt. NOTICE hereby given, That thjcEASTER GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the faid Riding, will

SESSIONS. IVtf-Riding of Yorkft'trt. NOTICE hereby given, That thjcEASTER GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the faid Riding, will

be opened on Monday »6th Day of April next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon; that the Chairman will 'then chofen, and the Officers and Grand and Travcrfe Juries called over, the Grand Jury fworn and charged, and the Vagrants examined; immediately after the Appeals and Traverfes heard,
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NO ITR AM. he SOLD AUCTION, the of Mr. ',V-'ltatn Hargrave, th* Head, in Pari/h of Haiija*, in the County

NO ITR AM. he SOLD AUCTION, the of Mr. ',V-'ltatn Hargrave, th* Head, in Pari/h of Haiija*, in the County

•fY*r* 9* WedneJaScy the Twtn'.y-ftf Day tf Afrit Ik*, hetwtmt th; Heart tf and Pc*.r m the Afternoon, Csr.Jitirr.s of Sate at -.-.'ill tl-en ALL that FARM, called the Small .gh, Situate tbe Parifh oi Halifax aforefaid, conSifbng of that MESSUAGE, DWELLING-HOUSE or TENEMENT, Cot
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BULL and MOUTH INN, BRIGGATE, LEEDS. WILLIAM WARD, begs Leave to return his grateful Thanks to Gentlemen, Travellers, andthe Public

BULL and MOUTH INN, BRIGGATE, LEEDS. WILLIAM WARD, begs Leave to return his grateful Thanks to Gentlemen, Travellers, andthe Public

in general, for the Patronage which they have honored him with, and molt informs them, that he has newly fitted up tbe Said and flatters himfclf a Attention to merit their future Favors. per Mil*. Neat Poft Chaife with Two Horfes is. od. Ditto with Four Horfes 2s. od. Saddle Hor
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RELATIONS. WHEREAS JOHN BURNELL, late Clapham, County of Surry, and one the Aldermen of the City of London, Efquirc, by

RELATIONS. WHEREAS JOHN BURNELL, late Clapham, County of Surry, and one the Aldermen of the City of London, Efquirc, by

his Will gave and devifed of his Freehold Eftatcs, UPON TRUST, after the deceafe of his Nephew JOHN BURNELL, fell and divide the Money arrfing from fucb Sale, among Sons and Daughters of bis late Brother MAR TIN BURNELL, and his late Sifters JANE BOGGETT, ELIZABETH TEBBS, aid HA
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BURGLARY. EAST-RIDING BANK, WHEREAS in the Night of the Fourth, or the Morning of the Fifth of March Inft. the

BURGLARY. EAST-RIDING BANK, WHEREAS in the Night of the Fourth, or the Morning of the Fifth of March Inft. the

of Mr. F TAYLOR, New-Malton, (the in the Bank of R. C. Bro lit and Company,) was broke into by fome Perfons, who, having Secured the Cafh tying bim Bed, obtained by Threats Keys of Bank and On* of tbe iron Chefs, And ftok therefrom CASH, BANK of ENGLAND NOTES, and COUNTRY BANK N
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England