Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 6,178 articles

LQND&N- Printed ny D.STUART, ana PuWw '■<*• -* 5- NOTT, No, ?? Strand.

LQND&N- Printed ny D.STUART, ana PuWw '■<*• -* 5- NOTT, No, ?? Strand.

July 1, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
» „ _ CARMARTHEN.. % A having any Claim* DaMtad* £* «a*hp*ia» the late JOHN the Carmarthen, £l4. decerned, tolend

» „ _ CARMARTHEN.. % A having any Claim* DaMtad* £* «a*hp*ia» the late JOHN the Carmarthen, £l4. decerned, tolend

Particular* the tame to ** the Carmartbcn-Bank,one the Executor*, the said Estate, in that arrangement* j *sfce their spndy —And Ytft-, 2** hp "and indebted the said Estate, are required ; GOLDEN VALLEY, Hertfordihirt. SOLD, terthe best Bidder, the Newit J'" dt Hrreford, on Wedn
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Athir.J.J.Ht And rrMr.

Athir.J.J.Ht And rrMr.

Ruti* Lottery Office, , BOOKSELLER, GLOCESTER; 'IERCE*s, BANK, BRECON. ENGLISH LOTTERY Beams Drawing the of' AUGUST, ~lWt, AIM! consists of only 84,000 Tickets, instead of 60,000. The lowest 191. and the Prizes to paid in Sterling. Money. THERE are two Prizes of to.oobl. each, t
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CAMBKAY ON CHARITY.

CAMBKAY ON CHARITY.

hit J)ey it published, neatly printed paper, . price Od. boar-it, THE CHARACTERS AND PROPERTIES OF TRUE CHARITY DISPLAYED. from the original French late Cambray. London: printed for M. Jones, a J. Hatcbanf, Bookseller to her Majesty, ; whom may be lad, just pub.i, ha. dsome:/ ir
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CITY OF GLOCESTVF—TO TViT.

CITY OF GLOCESTVF—TO TViT.

WE, DA VtT) and VV JOHX \fILTOK, Skcrigs'of GUireiter, hating reeeited His blyjctty's-llrit, tinder the Great Seal <f the United Kingdom rf Great and Ireland, to v, directed, .far the Tuo'Cituriir to serve far this City t* the ta beholden at the City of the olst day August next
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
the' Worthy and Independent Frtcmn'ttf the <' City Gloeester. • GENTLEMEN., . ' v J) Y the Dissolution of Parliament,

the' Worthy and Independent Frtcmn'ttf the <' City Gloeester. • GENTLEMEN., . ' v J) Y the Dissolution of Parliament,

tie important Trout, »kh hmr to long held, ttvetU favosa Kncourugcd (At- often I received, ltd to flatter myteff, that Tahiti not act contrary to mr withes, again presuming your support: and, under this impression, 1 cannot, taratcrer age might to the rftiujuifh the hope of reta
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
biiLcox^hiKK.

biiLcox^hiKK.

'T'O be SOLD by AUCTION, Wednesday . the day July, 1802, and the two following days, beginning each day atTwelve o'clock, the Bear- Inn, in the town ot Crrcibowei, in 61 lots, by order of the Assignees; .. The very valuable and desirable FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD ESTATES Mr. H. Wil
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
GLOCESTER MUSIC-MEETING. STEWARDS:— The Hon. Admiral BERKELEY. HENRY HOWARD, E»q. M.IV . -Sir HENRY LIPPXNCOTT, Bart, The Very" Rev. Dr.

GLOCESTER MUSIC-MEETING. STEWARDS:— The Hon. Admiral BERKELEY. HENRY HOWARD, E»q. M.IV . -Sir HENRY LIPPXNCOTT, Bart, The Very" Rev. Dr.

LUXMORE, D<an of Gloc«tet. Ttie Rev. Mr. LF,IGH,-of Addlesthorp. The Rev. Mr. LLOYD BAKER. - THE MEETING the THRER CHOIRS of GEOCESTKR, WORCESTER, and HEREFORD, for the BENEFIT of the WIDOWS and ORPHANS the POOR CLERGY the Three DioeeSi, will beheld OLOCESTER)ca the Eighth of SE
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
G locate r, Monday, July 5.

G locate r, Monday, July 5.

locate r, Monday, July On Tuesday died, at Dursley, Mr. William Weightin his Bist year, Monday next is appointed for the election of Members, to represent thv> county in "the New Parliament and to-morrew the election for the city takes place. Happily no opposition is expected for
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
GLOCESTERSHIRE.

GLOCESTERSHIRE.

TO BE SOLO BY AITCTtON, Mr. PHILLFOTTS, Sen. the Lower-George inn, in the city of Glocester, Saturday, the 24tb day July next, Five o'clock the afternoon Lot». A new-built MESSUACi FARM-HOUSE, with the Outbuildings, Yard, Garden, Orchard, and Appurtenances together with two. Clo
July 5, 1802 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England