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RIOT AT DEPTFORD.

RIOT AT DEPTFORD.

. n Saturday m.orning abont three or four hlun- shitikvright s and Caulkers, who for the last Weeks have struckL working in the mer- .banns vards, in consequence of a combination Ro rmise the-r av:ges, collecled in a body, and -rokle open the gates of Randall and Brent's .: at G
September 1, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

er BIRTHS. At Baberton, Mrs Robert Gordon, a daughter. ,d At Novar, the Ladv of Col. R. C. Ferguson, a if- son. At Castle Eden, the Ladv of Rotwland Bur- rf don, Esq. M. P. a son and heir. At Stanmore, the n- Lady of Capt. SirT. B. Thomson, of the navy, a son. At Lo;:don, Lady El
September 1, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, Sep. 18.

Edinburgh, Sep. 18.

Obiour11), aerp. is.- lie CIRCUIT INTELLIGENCE. ad On Tuesday the Circuit Court was opened at Glasgow, by the Right llon. Lords Craig a nd ha Armadale. l John Tassie,veaver in Govan, accused of n-,ur- en der, having failed to appear, was outlawed I es Allan Henderson, for thef* f
September 22, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ORE AT PONTON FEAST. WE, the of Great Ponton, in the County Lincoln, hereby declare our Determination to SCON V

ORE AT PONTON FEAST. WE, the of Great Ponton, in the County Lincoln, hereby declare our Determination to SCON V

F. making ariv FEAST; and that each or any us making ?l after this Notice thai I pay the Sum of ft v E l > M r JOHN for the tif Great Ponton aforelaid. Benjamin Dickenfon I John Porter Richard Evans I Stephen Porter Jofepi Peefon Francis Parker Williflfn Wing J - >hn re William
September 24, 1802 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
X TA N IS a. SITU ATI ON , fteady young V Man, who has been brought up to the

X TA N IS a. SITU ATI ON , fteady young V Man, who has been brought up to the

Farming Bufinefs, BAILIFF or LAND STEW. ARD to any Nobleman or Gentleman.—l-1 e can have an excellent Character,— Enquire jof Mr. GARDIN I R, Stilton, Huntingdonlhire. MR. YORKE, of HRAPSTONjand Mr. SH.ERA RD, OUNDLF, inform their Friends and the PuhPctbat have entered int. I'ar
September 17, 1802 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
be SOLD by AUCTION, * By JOSEPH VVII.COCKSON, Ait the Klafon's /.Irms Inn in Louth, on THURSDAT the Day this

be SOLD by AUCTION, * By JOSEPH VVII.COCKSON, Ait the Klafon's /.Irms Inn in Louth, on THURSDAT the Day this

Infant September, prefifely three o'Clock the Afternoon, Jubjefl to futh Conditions of Sale a Jhall be then and there produced; FREEHOLD ESTATES in LOUTH J. late the Property Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINSON, deceafed, in the following Lots: Lot i. Two Meflbages or Tenements, with a Yard
September 17, 1802 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday's Post.

Wednesday's Post.

Ulonesup'O' P+m5t,,? THURSDAY their Majesties and the Prin- eesses, accompanied by thc Dukes ofGtou- cester adii Cumberland,Priticess Sophia'orGl6u- cester, and Princess Charlotte o(f Wale', went in their carriages on a fishing parly. to Wey a*outh beach. The morhning turnll)g`!o
September 4, 1802 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

' s3 n Suljy the 1iftt (if f Akl!of1t Ilait, e ui~s. ° Alssfh~ottlbwnatct, Fcli E-l.lforihv, a tC s TO A'ICL ;i Vi al ?? , fei I-0 S il Oi wlr, Il ' oll ieerm l~ LF.~ , F ts.wr d ;r but ne Cuf~llrtudYl * it Ibl be found tiley Will bc P indebte to the EsrTAiT Of , L ?? LINI)SEY, o
September 2, 1802 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MANS 1077 JIC.USE, Sept. 9

MANS 1077 JIC.USE, Sept. 9

MANS 1077 JIC.US E, Sept. 9 Mr. Whyte, proprieti r of a large warehouse of shces, in Btshopsgate-streef, brought before the Lord Mayor, John Alsop, his appientice, under the charge of having stolen, at diifereru times, shoes to a great value from th.c warehou.e. Mr. Whyte related
September 10, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I FOREIGN mUUGMci. I

I FOREIGN mUUGMci. I

The plans of the Court of vST^ J/^ U selves by a scries of measures which le ;: t with resped to its future ir.temtors t! C '° ' commanding its troops, assembly ?? e of our country, have received order* to ■!* >:c only the indemnities give-. to the G j Tuscany by the convention
September 3, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England