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AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

MONTHLY REPORT FOR JULY. The conftant heavy rains during the latter part of the prefent month, though they have greatly contributed to the tilling of the graincrops/ have, at the fame time, been injurious in tome of the more forward difirids, in beating down and lodging them. Fr
August 7, 1802 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
DIED

DIED

US, tins city. JTrs. Alkinron siiiow of Mr. Edmund Atkinfon, tanner, aged 55. At V/ig, Mrs. Dinah VVitlon, mother <il Mr. Norman, toil place, rtcaard Sir F. F. Vane Bart. fi-’nniiiM, Blrncogri, tlie 30th year of hi* use, John Ha>ton, VVii;toii,fiUtchi-r. On the ‘29>h alt. at VVo
August 7, 1802 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
FOR THE FACE AND SKiN.

FOR THE FACE AND SKiN.

A pleafiug Appearance i» the beft Letter Recom- No. 55, Long-Acre. TKE celebrity of GOWLAND’S LOTION a certain Specific for Hie mod obftinate CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONS, for removing Pimples and all unpleafant appearances from the PACE and SKIN, and thereby .improving (Tie complexion,
August 7, 1802 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
FARMS TO LET.

FARMS TO LET.

TO LET, by PRIVATE CONTRACT, And entered *t CANptCMAS, 1S()3, TH following compact and eligible FARMS, the property Iheßiijhi Vlfcount LowtMER, the County Weflinorland,. viu WOODHOUSE DEMESNE, in the Panftt of Barß ton, containing .about Acres. SOCKBRIDGE DEMESNE, the faid Pnom,
August 7, 1802 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ntL CARLISLE JOURNAL his letteys Ids Agents the ifland. The Colonial troops have been incorporated with the French army ;

ntL CARLISLE JOURNAL his letteys Ids Agents the ifland. The Colonial troops have been incorporated with the French army ;

and considerable progrets feems to making in the gfCar work of relioring ti anqnillity to the whole Colony. Friday morning, Had field, the |nTton who fired the piliol a! his at Drury-lane Theatre, about two ago, was apprebended public-houte in Ueal, the Bowlireet Officers, and t
August 7, 1802 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
STATEMENT

STATEMENT

THE mSTKlßirriONiftht UkITISU naval force £/nt..ill’s.( Fr/.f fcH port fitting - It! thiard Ships,' - - - the ami Irilh Channels -~~S In the and North > q Seas - - , At theVVefl InlialOands, / ami palT ," \ On the Jamaica Si iiion ) attri the pallage Aimrira Nostouiid- ) land It
August 7, 1802 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CARLISLE,

CARLISLE,

AUGUST 7. Friday fome the c!iilj of aMr. Robert Alkinfon, Shill reet) • Klrklinton, were playing on the banks of the Lync, one tliein, a fine boy, (even years age, fell into the ri er, and before aliifiance could procured, drowned. On Monday evening, Mr. the Theatre Royal, Coven
August 7, 1802 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Tuesday's Post Continued.

Tuesday's Post Continued.

,.7? C. ugobaff;, IN , 0 , , ft tontintla., L.1 I ?? A frigate which' failed from the Cape' on tile -0th of Junte lias arrived at I3relt. Shle briings tile inoft i.aliory accounts front St. Dominlgo. 'l'he malady which' prevailed at tle Cape had diminifihed its ravages. Tile difa
August 7, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

-To- be t j;>l~o j: &U1N-tN) " J1.- - ' 'By. Mr.. P. 311C W ;T ?? E 'On the Premiffes, on Saturday the zsf of Aiggf, x~oz, at Three ?? in the Afternoon, in trite Los,-lThree RICKS of excIlent- MEADOW HAY , anding bo the 0'otinds belonging to Little Marlow Houfe- iii ths County ??
August 14, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Saturday's Post. By Erprels.

Saturday's Post. By Erprels.

WatumDap~o p0oft. - V rprefo* L ON D O N, Augufl r3. H E Aloniteur of the 7th irift. has reprinted the Articles of the Senatus Confulitu, which is given as the formt of the new Conrfitution of France, and the Law of the Republic. It is of courfe not to be fubmitted to the affent
August 14, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England