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TO THE FREEHOLDERS of the County of ABERDEEN.

TO THE FREEHOLDERS of the County of ABERDEEN.

aber1bem. FvaN i2. T O THE- FREEHOLD RS ?? Cowenfy of ABrRDEEiV. L,--noN. "7tl1 MaTY, 1802. Lo;oDO, 7th May, Aloz. Gentlemen, Til Xrbobabitiy that a DiJultdion of Pa7Jiurnont is near at hnd has amadie mne .zvq to pay my perf-nni refpdrR to ron before nzo, Tb tt Ibave teen inavoid
May 12, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS,

HOUSE OF COMMONS,

HJOUSE OF COMMONS, 2h7msday, Ma1ffy 6. Mr Vansittart obtained leave to bring in a such as is usually introduced at the close war, to autborise officers and privates, &c. longing to the army, navy, marines, militia fencibleg, to exercise trades in corporate tolI Mr ?? brought in a
May 12, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOR RHEUMATISMS,

FOR RHEUMATISMS,

FOR RHEUTMATISMS, Rbrinzi.+ Gout, &SCiastkaC, Ls.-.:aso, Hiaee-'nJ, ?? r.ft, Fatly, ISdpd;n,, Ftzoikas, SpsJ or ldyi.:q Pains, ?? Dkti'rty a;.d Relaxalzon of tl- S,?e", ?? ?? P s , Experience has proved the mild fimulating Powv-ere of WHI 1 3HE AD's ESSETNCE bF MUSTARD Pills and
May 19, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE,

THE LONDON GAZETTE,

14isr-Ofli~e, Mayf as. His Majesty has betti pleased to appoint th L ieLtec;,fn-Co!o5s"i. S F. T. Hammond, late 120th foot, C. Vandeleur, ta 46th foot, J. Hamnilton, Sift foot, aI. D. Blake, Nor- thumberland fniibles, J. Barnes, royal artillery, T. re Brownrigg, Id ?? aeon. R. M
May 26, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ZISPOSITIONS IN RkG•RD TO PERSONS WHO HAVE EMIGRATRD.

ZISPOSITIONS IN RkG•RD TO PERSONS WHO HAVE EMIGRATRD.

ART. I. An amnefly is granted 'for the aft of emigratiin to every individual who has bees guilty of it, and who has not been definitively erakd. 11. Such of the raid individuals as are not in France, !hall be bound to return thither, before the of Vendemiaire, Year it, (Sept. 23
May 1, 1802 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 

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Da. JAMES'S ANALEPTIC PILLS. VOR the Rheumatifms and Colds which prrvari at this feafon of the year, no Medicine is

Da. JAMES'S ANALEPTIC PILLS. VOR the Rheumatifms and Colds which prrvari at this feafon of the year, no Medicine is

fo fare and as Dr. ANAL EPTIC PILLS. Their peettli.l tendency to promote Perfpiration, and all the natural Scae tiODS, will account for their lingular virtue: In the'', CompLb :a, as well as in many others to wh;ch the human frame is Ea; le from the viciflitudes of our Climate.
May 1, 1802 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LAIC'I.YTELLIvANCE. COURT or KING'S BENCII. MAY :2. THE KING V. CA roFt, The judgment of th.: Court was moved againa

LAIC'I.YTELLIvANCE. COURT or KING'S BENCII. MAY :2. THE KING V. CA roFt, The judgment of th.: Court was moved againa

the defendant, for Navin; pobll led leveral libels in the form letters, addreiCzd to Mr. and Jacklon, of Beckenham, in Kent. Mr. ADAM, the defendant' Connfel, I dicited the indulgence of the Court till Monday, in order that lArarren Efq. have an opportunity of making an affidavi
May 24, 1802 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
yuNtna 4207

yuNtna 4207

4207 THE ABSOLUTE CONCLUSION. On FRIDAY NEXT. at Seven in the Evening. THEATRE-ROYAL. HAY-MARKET. VTR. WALKER. Jun. laments that the en garments of the Theatre oblige him now to take leave of Audiences fo Battering to his Exertions and his Pride. On this hhght every fplendfd Cane
May 10, 1802 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SWEDEN.

SWEDEN.

STOCKHOLM, APRIL 13.—1 t is now refulved, that the corpfe of the deceafed Hereditary Prince of BADEN is to be conveyed to Germany, and a copper coffin is preparing for that purpofe. The High Chamberlain of the Prince of BADEN, Baron GausAu, who is expelted (hortly from Carlfruhe
May 3, 1802 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

Tuefday morning, at his brotber's houfe, Great Marlboroughftreet. the Rev. Edward Crammer, Reda of Cbendon, Efts, and VI ,r of St. Bride's, London. Tutfiay night, Mrs. Dolignon, of Bleemfbury-lquare. On the Bth instant, at Margate, Thomas Miles, Efq. late of Brentford, in the 53
May 21, 1802 - Star (London) - London, London, England