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SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

LONDON, April 1. DEFINITIVE TREATY OF PEACE,. £<t'.L'a tbr French JLefuhlic, Hit King of Si>.;in ard tbe Indies, and tbe BatavtOU Republic, tbe one fart) and His Majefy tbe King Great Britain a-.J Jnlaitdy (on, tie other part), \HE Plenipotentiaries having duly catcd each other
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Edward Aflignment. WHEREAS EDWARD AUSTERBERRY, .of Leeds, tbe County of York, Innholder, hath by Indentures of Leafe and Rtleafo, bearing

Edward Aflignment. WHEREAS EDWARD AUSTERBERRY, .of Leeds, tbe County of York, Innholder, hath by Indentures of Leafe and Rtleafo, bearing

Date refpectivery the TWemy-fifth and Twenty-fixth Day March Inftant, rekafed and affigned over all his real and perfonal F.ftate and Effects to a therein named,**UroN Trust, for Sale, and to pay and apply the neat Proceed thereof, equally amongft all and every the Creditors the
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Bamftey and Grange Metor, TTT TOLLS LETT. NOTICE is herd y given, That the next MEETING the TRUSTEES of ai

Bamftey and Grange Metor, TTT TOLLS LETT. NOTICE is herd y given, That the next MEETING the TRUSTEES of ai

d for this POAD,ii be the Houfe Mr. Oliver Stville, the the and Crown, the. Thirteenth Day April ijext, betwixt the Hours Two and Four o'Clock the Afternoon, when and where they propofe to Lett Farm Auction, to the beft Bidder or Bidders, either together Separate, and for One, T
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL. For CORVNNJ and WIGO, The Brig NEPTUNE, Hf.irtfCOATSs, Majler, ' A - - *t Lloyd's, will Sail in Irvw■«mj»

HULL. For CORVNNJ and WIGO, The Brig NEPTUNE, Hf.irtfCOATSs, Majler, ' A - - *t Lloyd's, will Sail in Irvw■«mj»

Eight or Ten Days. Alfo, For ILBO A, The New Brig INDUSTRY, G. GARDNER, Mafter, Per Regifter Tons, Stands A. x.at Lloyd's, Succeeds the Brig Providence, Capt. Clark, and will fail 14 Days after her. Likenvife, For CADIZ and MALAGA, The Brig BECKFORD, T. WALKER, Maftar, Per Regif
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MONDAY'S POST.

MONDAY'S POST.

(lh LONDON, April 3. YESTERDAY morning Mr. Abraham Newland informed the gentlemen the Stock Exchange, he was authorized to ftate, that the fum wanted by way of loan, for the fervices of the current year, would twenty-fix millions and a half, one million and a half of which to be
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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EGEHTONS' FEE-FARM RENTS YORKSHIRE. NOTICE hereby given. That Mr.TnOm as Skepper, the Receiver the Fee-Farm Rents dee to John William

EGEHTONS' FEE-FARM RENTS YORKSHIRE. NOTICE hereby given. That Mr.TnOm as Skepper, the Receiver the Fee-Farm Rents dee to John William

Egerton, Efquire, and Mrs. Catharine will hold his Audit for the Receipt or" the fame Rents, at the following Plates, viz, York, At his Office Lcndal, oa Monday" the Fifth Ponufraci, the OH Elephant, on Tnef- of day the Sixth . WakefmU, At the White Hart, Wed- ™' the Seventh het
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCHIEF. WHEREAS great Depredations have lately been committed, and many YOUNG TREES dtftroyed, in the feveral WOODS within the MANORS

MISCHIEF. WHEREAS great Depredations have lately been committed, and many YOUNG TREES dtftroyed, in the feveral WOODS within the MANORS

of BARDSEY and BHAMHAM, belonging to JAMES FOX, of Bramham Park, NOTICE it hereby given, That if any Perfon or found cutting, deftroying, o, damaging any the Trees or Underwood in th* Woods, he or they offending will prolecuted for every fuch Gffe&ee; and a Reward of TWO GUINEAS
April 5, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

LONDON, •April YESTERDAY the gentlemen who meant bid for the loan, gave in their respective biddings, which were upon the deferred Hock; they were as follow :—Smith, Payne and Smith, 61. :9s. Committee Bankers, 71. 15s. —Stock Exchange, 71. and Co. its. Baring and Angerftein, 91
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
In HONOR of the PEACE. MUSIC-HALL, LEEDS. MR. PORTER begs Leave to acquaint his Friends and the Public, That his

In HONOR of the PEACE. MUSIC-HALL, LEEDS. MR. PORTER begs Leave to acquaint his Friends and the Public, That his

CONCERT on Friday the Twenty-third of April Inft. The Vocal Parts by Mrs. SHEPLEY, Mr. PLATT and Mr. SMITH. Leader the Band, Mr. LAWTON. Principal Second Viu'in, Mr. PORTER. Principal Oboe, with Concerto, Mr. BRSKINE. Principal Clarionct,with Concerto, Mr, HO Principal Baffoon,
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
KNOWLES's BANKRUPTCY, Commiflioners named and authorifed and by a Commiflion Bankrupt awarded and iflued forth againft JAMES. KNOWJLES, late cf

KNOWLES's BANKRUPTCY, Commiflioners named and authorifed and by a Commiflion Bankrupt awarded and iflued forth againft JAMES. KNOWJLES, late cf

Grecnhead, in Huddersfield, in the County of York, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, infend to meet the Fourteenth Day April next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Houfe of Mr. Thomas Dransfield, the White Swan Inn, in Huddcrsfield, the County of York, in Order to make further
April 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England