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PRICK OF SfeKDS.

PRICK OF SfeKDS.

PRICK SfeKDS. , . pj- *an ,n . i * r cwt. 84' *>t) to White MifstariJ, to 40, Brown ditto, ditto >6.to -9 Rape, r < JRY, SATURDAY, APR I!, 24. ;>5 to Uoilmg Peas ... m 4 9 y’. twi ai. i a 41. UH. to 41. Clover, 31 /3,. Jraw do. Sl. Jo*, 01. ° }l ni Meal 3ds. Od. to t 0 * Bi*?» ft
April 30, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

r y' , purchasers of PEIIKINS's PATENT MEJL TaiLLIC TR ACTORS being entitled to tbe New Work, published the stli inst. are invited to apply for it to tli« Pafente;-, I.eicester-squara: sold to others, price Is. J Johnson, St. Paul’s Church yard, London.—Enquire fur PerKmj’s New
April 30, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LTD DING TUN, CALDECOTT, and UPPINGHAM INCimURE. THE Commifiioners appointed for putting into Execution the Parliament for the above Purpofe,

LTD DING TUN, CALDECOTT, and UPPINGHAM INCimURE. THE Commifiioners appointed for putting into Execution the Parliament for the above Purpofe,

will meet at the FALCON INN in UPPINGHAM, the County Rutland, oiv THURSDAY-the Day MAY next, and will then proceed put the Ad farther into Execution. By Order of the laid Cortimiflioners, J. A. PALMER. UPPINGHAM, April 29th. 1802. NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN, THAT a MEETING ot the Pr
April 30, 1802 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE. SEA BATHING. To be LET (ready furnished), for the Season, and entered upon in May next, Commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; consisting

LINCOLNSHIRE. SEA BATHING. To be LET (ready furnished), for the Season, and entered upon in May next, Commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; consisting

LINCOLNSHIRE. SFA BATHING. To be LET (ready furnilhed), for the Seafon, and entered upon in May next, Commodious DWELLING-HOUSE ; confiding of a large Dining Parlour, five Bed Rooms, and everv Convcniency for the Reception a genteel Family, Garden, Yard, Stabling lor four Horfes,
April 30, 1802 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NOTICE Vs GIVEN, THAT the Sale Auction, ihe Furniture, | fcc. THOMAS DELVES HROUGHTuN, E-q. of Rude-Heaih, near Lawton, in

NOTICE Vs GIVEN, THAT the Sale Auction, ihe Furniture, | fcc. THOMAS DELVES HROUGHTuN, E-q. of Rude-Heaih, near Lawton, in

lh« county U |" Chester, which wj« advertised lu the Soil. day of April, aud the folluwiugdays, and postponed fruui thence advertisement, without fixing another lor that purpuj*, will positively take place on Muii. "lay the day Mjv, 18tC>, and the following d*f—And catalogues wi
April 30, 1802 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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l- nt MP ! IQ V OF THE LAND-TAX

l- nt MP ! IQ V OF THE LAND-TAX

l- nt ! OF THE LAND-TAX "< tire, to move f(»r leave t«» bring in a Bill for making riher provision relative the sale of the Land-tax. ile staled the object of the Bill had in view to twofold. In (he first place, prolong the" term appointed by the existing Act for carrying this me
April 30, 1802 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOVSK OF LORDS.—Tuetuitu. Aw

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOVSK OF LORDS.—Tuetuitu. Aw

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOVSK OF LORDS. Tuetuitu. Aw - i.orn nonanti (M.tio'i from certain lii«ol»ent Debtors confined in llchesler gaol.—Ordetotl lio the table. The varKius Bills on the table were forwarded. Ad nurnrd 'SE OF CQ\mO\S.—T*''l V , April 27 OF CO*.NWALL. Mr.Tynrhitt 'fA
April 30, 1802 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The Thomas, Stout, of New- Brunfwick, the Mary, Reed, of GlaPjow ; .Lucy, Ruh, of Boflon ; Perfeverance, Grantham, ofKingftoO;

The Thomas, Stout, of New- Brunfwick, the Mary, Reed, of GlaPjow ; .Lucy, Ruh, of Boflon ; Perfeverance, Grantham, ofKingftoO;

were drove on Shore at Montego Buy, Jamaica, jn a Gale, the 43d of Feb. the Mary is expend to be got off ; the Thomas and the Lucy, it feared, will be condemned; the Per■feveranee is totally loft. GRAVESEND arrived from Topfham Beauty, Philadelphia A ftivc, Delano Niork ■Rahgci'
April 30, 1802 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
PRocLAmiiriAr OF PE.162.

PRocLAmiiriAr OF PE.162.

OF PE.162. being the day appointed for the of Peace, the Officers 3t Arms of His Oesty's H ouse h o ld, t h e S cr j eants , T rum p e t ers , assembled at h a lf past ten, A. M. in the i ik u'e yard, S t . J ames ' s , w h ere t h e H era ld s , &c. , net, c u Th ree Squadron s
April 30, 1802 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

On Monday last, at Bath, in the 79th year of his age, the Rev. Mr. Nelson, Rector of Burnham Thorpe, in Norfolk, and father ofthegallant Lord Nelsgit. On Sunday night last, Lancelot Rolleston, Esq. of %Vat. nail,_ near Nottingham. WHEN ?rofessional Men of Ed ucat i on an d Respo
April 30, 1802 - Sun (London) - London, London, England