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PEACK (3* COMMERCE.

PEACK (3* COMMERCE.

JOSKPH HEARN and Co. f«le Proprietors of Dr. STOUGHTOITs GENUINE IXIR, coi»cdvc it theli duty to inform Merchant* and Sea ihis, that Ad paffeil the June, no Nollrum Medicines arc tic exported out this kingdom after the firß day of without luvlrg «lamp duty according to the value
July 10, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CELEBRATED CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD.

THE CELEBRATED CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD.

Thlt celebrated Cordial a prefi rver and remoter of health to the weak, tlie fickly, and lolinn. warm and quality, Indifpnrahty renden It the bed medicine for relaxation*, dciaiity, iaiUrude, trelnor*, finking <-1 the fplrits, and all thofenervotu atfevaiom which and the weak, t
July 10, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CURRENT PRICE

CURRENT PRICE

Wheat 56*10 70s Fine oc» Kjre 30* 35< od Birley to iB* Fire to 31. od Matt 46. to 48, Fine co. to 33.
July 10, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, By Mr. HANSELL, AROTerfionary Intercft, in and a FREEHOLD ESTATE, liiudtc iu B»irrii)gh»in, Upon the

TO SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, By Mr. HANSELL, AROTerfionary Intercft, in and a FREEHOLD ESTATE, liiudtc iu B»irrii)gh»in, Upon the

Navigiible rene) in and certain quantity or parcel Moor Land, containing about eight ten Acret. lying Durrlngham Moor, «xpc<SaiiK upon death of a l.«dy aged futy eight. Burrinffhaniiiiiltuatc’hxceen mild* fftiift Gair.lbro*,in l.incoinfhire, from which place there complete water
July 10, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
EAST-RIDING. GREENOAK, WALI.tNOFEN If BISHOP-SOIL. TO. SOLcTbY AUCTION, At th ia Harp^a am Saturday, Jmfy 34, ISoJ, i.tumtm At hurt

EAST-RIDING. GREENOAK, WALI.tNOFEN If BISHOP-SOIL. TO. SOLcTbY AUCTION, At th ia Harp^a am Saturday, Jmfy 34, ISoJ, i.tumtm At hurt

tf txot ftttr I* At afierattm., to fuch fltall be then produced.) FREEHOLD FARM, confifting Mefluage and Farm*h«ufc. >niih Ij6 Acre* inclofcd LAND! contiguou* ti'.ereco, fituat? and being m Green-Oak. Alfo Clofc ofYich Arabic LAND, eamaininf toA. tR. oP. lying iri Blihop-Soil, t
July 10, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO SHIPWRIGHTS.

TO SHIPWRIGHTS.

SHIPWRIGHTS. W-ANTTI), a Pcrfon who is pcrfe&ly acquainted eviih the Building of Ships, and every qualified to take the meat a Ship Yard, carried on c&teiilively, in all its various branches. It being the wifli of the Advertifer to give little trouble poffiblo, thinks it neceffar
July 17, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Driffield navigation.

Driffield navigation.

NO! ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by reafon the non-attendance ftifficient number of the Commiffiooer* the Antral Meeting to do the buflncfaof that day, the faiJ Meeting was and now fUnds adjourned, and will held at the Red Lion foil' in Great Driffield, on Monday, the 19th day this
July 17, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
her legs broken, a man had a leg broken, and two otberi their arms; and another had bit head and

her legs broken, a man had a leg broken, and two otberi their arms; and another had bit head and

face croCaed *n fu dreadful a maimer to leaee little hopes of recoaery. _ Mr, Locker in hia account of thia latl aoyage. faya. •* After throwing out fume of ourbalUft, afeended aery rapidly, and by the ioteraention fame thick cloud*, (which had much the appearance of a Tea of co
July 17, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Rotterdam, June os. A SHIP is arrived at this port from Sumatra, laden with 400,0001b5. weight pepper, which article no prices are at quoted here. The demand for grain from Fiance rapidly diminifhing, fothat we expeft the prefent high prices this article will meet a rcduaion, pe
July 5, 1802 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE COMMONS. day, June Mr. Addington moved his financial refolutions number, which were all adopted, inftcad of Mr. Ticrncy's: the following is a fummary of each :— Mr. T conlidered the permanent public income applicable to the peace eftabhfhmcnt, at and the permanent expendit
July 5, 1802 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England