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[ - State Lottery Office. A «lisrc Prise was iold in tot laft lift Lottery, by Mr. HENRY HOLMES, Bookfclkr,

[ - State Lottery Office. A «lisrc Prise was iold in tot laft lift Lottery, by Mr. HENRY HOLMES, Bookfclkr,

Leeds, where Tickets and Shares arc conftaotly on Sale, In great Variety; Mr. HO MAS BINNS's, Bookfeller, in Briggate, Leeds. Tickets are daily riling, and will be higher, there being only the prd'eni Lottery. ■ Begins drawing the Second- of next Month. THE TICKETS and Stamped S
July 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WHErif AS awarded and iffacd forth WILSON, the Thorn- i»the County York, Lime-Burner,' Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared

WHErif AS awarded and iffacd forth WILSON, the Thorn- i»the County York, Lime-Burner,' Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared

a Bankrupt, it hereby required to Surrender to the in the faid Conimztßon nsnied, or the major Part them, the Seventh and Eighth Days of Jsly, and on the fourteenth Day next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon of each the fame Days, at the Houfe Mr. Jofrph Brammali, known Si
July 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of York. GENTLEMEN, PNCOURAGBD by Proofs your bind Partiality which I

To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of York. GENTLEMEN, PNCOURAGBD by Proofs your bind Partiality which I

have repeatedly experienced, the grateful Scnfc of -which well never erafed from my Mind,. I once more offer myfelf a Candidate for tbe Honor of reprefenting you in Parliament. Should I again be raffed to that high Eminence, I Jhall endeavour difcharge with Fidelity tbe Duties o
July 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Yor*foire>~Weft-Riding. GENTLEMEN and YEOMANRY CAVALRY. South and North Regiments. THE Terms of the Errrohnent, and the Aft of Parliament on

Yor*foire>~Weft-Riding. GENTLEMEN and YEOMANRY CAVALRY. South and North Regiments. THE Terms of the Errrohnent, and the Aft of Parliament on

which the fame were founded, having expired—ar.d the EffablifhtneDt (as regimented) having confequently ceafed, Commanding Officers are requefted to collect any pecuniary Claims which may exift upon their Troops, incurred previous' to the Thirtieth Inftant, and tranfmit the fame
July 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Party of __ , SOLD, by PUBLIC TICKET, In.Lots then agreed upon, the Br»ii n Cow Inn, in Bingiej, im

Party of __ , SOLD, by PUBLIC TICKET, In.Lots then agreed upon, the Br»ii n Cow Inn, in Bingiej, im

Weft Riding the Count;/ York, the Thirteenth Day ef July Inf. at the Hour oflive tbe Afternoon, fuhf-et Comtitiom-mt foot", produced, A FARM-HOUSE, ealkrd Sand-Bfds, with fuitable Outbuildings, and Seventy-fix Days Work of very valuable Land adjoining, in the Occupation John Wil
July 12, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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WITH A GUARD ANI~ LAMPS. PTHE Duke of YorkPOST'- COACH, to - . Bir-n!gham, 'by W'y -f ty~fidge, Amerflsaw, Ayleburvt Winffow, Butckingham, 8Aynho, 'Banbuy, .ineton, and Warwick', fe'ts-out from' the Beql 'i'd Crown . innj 'Hol6rn, ohn.TiJefdaj, Thurfday, and 'Saturday Afternoons,
July 24, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tuesday's Post Continued.

Tuesday's Post Continued.

icucba~ 1t con nu-n jprb ve LONDON GAZETTE, YIy 7' THE King lias beenpleafed to gra 'o the': .L'Right Hon. Horatio Vifcotmtnt and" Baro66'' Nellfn of the Nile, and of BLirliham Tfhorpe, in' lhe county of Nbrfolk' &c' his R&M'1iI~te.' and perhiuflion to: re&eive and we~a- rie'l nI
July 24, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, July 20.

LONDON, July 20.

, LOND.ON, JR y 20 The ?? are fome %particulars of the Nete at Pa i'*-.uly 14,;--About thalf paft twelve Bonaparte camne from the palace and mounted llis favoourite' white, charger, accompanied by 'Generals thtroc,' Murat, &c. and preceded by foutr ai'dndpeCamps, as uufual, rode
July 24, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Saturday's Post. By Erprels.

Saturday's Post. By Erprels.

er Iol jttu?ia?ro ? ? ?? 0 I L ON D O N. Yut 30. MIDDLESEX ELECTION.-z5th DAY. RT'IS contefi,' which has lafted for a period I longer than any in the Annals of Repre. feniation, finilied yefterday at three o'clock, being the expiration of the time allowed by ALR of Parliaient. Th
July 31, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, July 27.

LONDON, July 27.

LoNDosN, ly 27. Yefterday there was a large ftle of vifiualling flores-at the Vidtialling Olfce Plymoiuth, con- lifting of ?? pounds of prime ferviceable cheefe, and zoo,ooo pounds of prime ferviceable Irifh butter, landed from -the different men of war lately arrived and paid of
July 31, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England