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THE GAME OF WHIST.

THE GAME OF WHIST.

THE GANME OF WHIST, T~O 773.E ADZTO2?. S ?? anfwver to the queffion of ynur cor- refuondent A. B. relative to the-: I'ft a play- r at Whif+ may poff's of calling his ?? cards -it he onlyfee them Without their beingfipr.- (ed-I wvould w ?? ifubnii the followirg olbferrations:-, Th
September 30, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CITY BUSINESS.

CITY BUSINESS.

CITY BUS.ZEs S. Yeferday a Coimmon Hall took place at Gjildhall, for the eleition of a Lord Mayor for., the enfuing ear. Betwixt 2 and 3 o'clock the Lord Mayor, Recorder; Aldernien and Sheriffis, came opon the hillings, when the Hall was prociaimed. The Recorder, according to 'th
September 30, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
*des be auftion.

*des be auftion.

be auftion. dr fold by Public ,:uaion, By Tulloh and Company, At thrir ROOM, Thit.day, THURSDAY, the 3oth Whet. THE EFFECTS A Gentleman, left Calcutta: CONSISTING OF A SMALL quantity of Plate—B oo k s -.- Glafs Ware—A handfome Five-light Lultre A pair of Table Luttres hold Furnit
September 30, 1802 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
ICP

ICP

September 30, 1802 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
► 15 L;).1 art! 4 .3 'I I cap mem! I 9 WA tt4,l R. THACKERAY, AN. P. & P.

► 15 L;).1 art! 4 .3 'I I cap mem! I 9 WA tt4,l R. THACKERAY, AN. P. & P.

r. NOTICE is hereby given, that the LANDS of feveral Perfons, in the Diftritis of BI HAR and MO()RSHEDABAD, will be fold by Public Auuiun, under the fuperintendence of the CoLtEcToits. at the hour of Twelve, on W ESDAY the Loth November, or 26th Cautick next, for the recovery of
September 30, 1802 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 

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, . • , broott' e, the Prefident, Was in the Chair, The Me. dais ,were diftributed to the feveral

, . • , broott' e, the Prefident, Was in the Chair, The Me. dais ,were diftributed to the feveral

fuccefsful Candis dates for fuperior .drilling„ , and dibbling of Wheat and other grain ; 'and afro the annual Prizes to the molt deferving fervants in\ Hufbandry; Male and female. The Rev. Mr. Ray prodticed,, for the infpeCtion the Society, an in'ffrunient calculated to deliver
September 30, 1802 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Covernmenl Advertilinzents

Covernmenl Advertilinzents

IVOTICE is hereby given that Reginets of Diamonels and Precious Stones as alio Regi(lets of Gold anus 1.11 Silver by the Honorable C o mpany 's Ship Britannia an t the Extra Ship Cieneral Stuart are opened this day at the office Of the Secretary to the Board of Trade and will he
September 30, 1802 - Government Gazette (India) - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
- Freehol&rs,, Copy and Borgage Holders of _it the Parilh of liiiiingclOn and Town ot . VXbridge, in the ,

- Freehol&rs,, Copy and Borgage Holders of _it the Parilh of liiiiingclOn and Town ot . VXbridge, in the ,

letsunty of NI lefex.--.Wher&as the. Comptinlatino bttnade Lv Grand J tint tion Cane! Company tor Wade and Common' Lana; oe paritli of Hii town of Uxbride, la - ken and out by them in or about the yrar 1793, din re:wins tolpaid hJUCeia hciehv given,.that a Meeting will be at the
September 30, 1802 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
[FROM ANOTHER CORRZSPONDENT.)

[FROM ANOTHER CORRZSPONDENT.)

The five complementary days, which precede the Fete, were ufbered in with an exhibition of the firtt national utility, and which, from the important benefit it is calculated to produce, I could with to fee introduced into my own country. This is a public exhibition of the prodna
September 30, 1802 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PRIPATE LETTERS

PRIPATE LETTERS

PRI PATE LETTERS PARIS, SEPT. 12. This rmrning the First Consul, accompanied by Midame Bonaparte, hi> brothers, the two other Consuls, the Officers of his Staff, &c. repaired at ten o'clock to inspea the Public Exhibition cf the productions of the national industry, ( Exposition
September 30, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England