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jL ,Watts •' : ...iJj&qtUd fmr Vdlant, PolUtidf .Rotterdam Pr 6 Royal, Coward Oporto Mardig, Martin Lisbon Mary,>l)avidfon 'NBrunfwiek 327

jL ,Watts •' : ...iJj&qtUd fmr Vdlant, PolUtidf .Rotterdam Pr 6 Royal, Coward Oporto Mardig, Martin Lisbon Mary,>l)avidfon 'NBrunfwiek 327

King; George Packet, Lisboa JDidte of‘Kent Packet, Tortola Anderfons, Marley Africa Vigilant, Baltimore Duke of York Packet, I-isbon ‘St. Antonio y Almas,—Oporto lOff EAST arr.fr. Alexander, Gawthorpe Jamaica ’YARMOUTH .arrived fran ay Jofepli, Boulter vChriftiana -.j|D Memel, B
August 31, 1802 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
Household Furniture,

Household Furniture,

plate- jewellery, linen, china, two exceeding good eight by clocks. See. of Mrs. Phoebe Levi, retiring from business. The sale begin each day at ten o'clock . Catalogues to had the auctioneer, his upholstery furniture warehouse*. High-street, Canterbury. ARMY CONTRACTS. C<*nmiti
August 31, 1802 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
1.0 Saturday of the 94tli and 251h insl. They are cliicliy occupied with long details relative to the internal Admmis'ration

1.0 Saturday of the 94tli and 251h insl. They are cliicliy occupied with long details relative to the internal Admmis'ration

of St. Do.ningo. There is nothing peculiarly interesting in these details. The Island is declared to be slili in a stale of siege, and the Police is in consequence entrusted to the Military. This may considered as permanent regulations: for the dan-' ger of internul disturbances
August 31, 1802 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tins DAY'S NEWS.

Tins DAY'S NEWS.

The Monileiir of the 26th, cohlaihs Ordonnance of General Lcclerc, extraeied frgm the Otticial Gazette of Sit. Domingo, which that lllaud declared ina (talc Siege, placed m-the liaudsmf the Militaty. • . ;i r It fluted in the fame Paper,, under th& Paris head’, that bauds Negroe
August 31, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

Sober, diligent MAN. who can drive a Poft-Chatfe, wait at Table, and who will have no ObjeGions to Work occaConallv at a Farm and in the Garden, when not wanted in the lloufe.—Apply to the Printer. NOTICE CREDITORS. • rHereas GEORGE OKD, of South Shields, VV the County of Durnam
August 31, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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GAME. Mil. ILDERTON particularly requcfis Uiat Gcntlcmcn will not fhoot u(K)n the Manor Iluerton, or the Lam's of Fujrr-tli! UosedeK,

GAME. Mil. ILDERTON particularly requcfis Uiat Gcntlcmcn will not fhoot u(K)n the Manor Iluerton, or the Lam's of Fujrr-tli! UosedeK,

and Ncw-Mcor- Ho tst, in the County of Not thiimberiand, without previoufiy appiying for, and obtaining his Confent. And Notice is hereby given, that all unqualified Verfons, trefpaffin? on thefe Grounds in I’uifui: of Game, will be ptofecuted wilh the utmeft Severity.
August 31, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SAIL LOFTS. BELET, And entered upon immediately, TWO, very .large and commodious LOFTS, lately occupied'bv Mr. A. Creighton, Sail-Maker, particularly

SAIL LOFTS. BELET, And entered upon immediately, TWO, very .large and commodious LOFTS, lately occupied'bv Mr. A. Creighton, Sail-Maker, particularly

well litutted for Trade, being lituated near the Cunom-Houle Quay, North-Shields, and extending from the Main Street to the Riyer, with good Landing for Boats, &c. Two pleafant Rooms and an Office may be let with or without the above. The above Premifles are weft calculated for
August 31, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

LONDONc TVCIESDAV, AUGUST 3t. We ?? received the .kouieur of the 26th, uaaccompartied by any of the other Paris Journals. It appears thiat the tew Governmebi of the Ligurian Republic has bee jtitifledat Genoa with 'all faitable Solemnity. Not even the FIRST CONSUL of France, whe
August 31, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DUEL.

DUEL.

ON Sunday morning a meeting took place near St. Alban's, between a Mr. B. of London, and Capt. T. of Cork, in Ireland. This Duel has been pending some time : it arose, we understand, from some words which passed between the parties at a former Duel, wherein Mr. B. was a principa
August 31, 1802 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
;armour'', Amur!. 29.

;armour'', Amur!. 29.

Th:s morning his and the Duke of GLOUCISTIR bathed. Their MAJESTIES and the PRINCTMS, the Duke of Gun/curse, and Princefs SOPHIA, attended divine ferrite, when they heard Mr. preach a fertnon from Mark i. 35. After church his Mat STY, the Duke of GLots(ESTER, Lord WaLstnnoass, C
August 31, 1802 - Star (London) - London, London, England