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TO BK SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BK SOLD BY AUCTION,

SOLD AUCTION, 4: the Skip Bvitilinz Yard of Mr Thornes KmkkUm,jUvalt al t’s Quay, in the fanjk of Bijhop tl'varmotith, in Ilia County of Durham, on -V’. 13th Sap- Liul-cr injlant, lo o'Cloak the f wfioHbed 1i V two Ships -* or Veflels, now ftanding the fuid Buud- tai - l a Uuanti
September 7, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JCCOUhT OR PASWAN OGLOU. tittle I’ring generally- known of the character and tfiioiu ihis'mao.u ho has repeatedly the Turkijh Covrmwent

JCCOUhT OR PASWAN OGLOU. tittle I’ring generally- known of the character and tfiioiu ihis'mao.u ho has repeatedly the Turkijh Covrmwent

at defiance, the authentic account if him may aeceplalle to our mtmirotu Readers.] OGLOU, in Tiukifh, fwnifie* So* : Octoo, that is. Son of Fafuian. Tltc father was Ayam «n- Notable ofWiddin: lie was rich, and enjoyed great confideration among his fellow-citizens. He commanded a
September 7, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
foreign papers which come down to the l/tli inlt.' it ars tiiat t!ie principal topic in the journals plan of

foreign papers which come down to the l/tli inlt.' it ars tiiat t!ie principal topic in the journals plan of

indemnities, ami the temporary impeditncuis thrown rite way its execution, the ualuhd with entertained lorar ot the tliat new modifications, mpte fujted their individual iatcrcfis, Ihor.ld introddl'cJ. It is probable, alfo, that the expefted interview between the King and the Fi
September 28, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
2. HUMOKOUS

2. HUMOKOUS

2. The Life Mr. G. Harveft, Strollinjr Player, an EpiftU on Marriage, the Prefent, Newfpaper Editor, Auctioneer, Story the eke Newcaftle; with Tam O’Shanter, the Pilgrims and tlie Peas, Watty and Meg, Moufieur Ton bn, and Epigrams, in Poetry,
September 28, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LYING-IN HOSPITAL.

LYING-IN HOSPITAL.

S.jtt. 21, 1802. A General Meeting of the Suhfcribers and Benefactors to this Charity will be held Wednefday the 6th of October, at Eleven ©'Clock, A. M. the Ilofpiial. R. Stf.aveuson, M. D. Phyfician." Mr. Bowes Fknwick, Surgeon.
September 28, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CUMBERLAND.

CUMBERLAND.

At the atmual meeting of the Friendly Societies Whitehaven, the worthy Lord Lawther honoured than with his attendance, and gave to each fociety (twelve number) guineas, and allb became an annual dublcriber nf five guineas to each of them.—W hatan excellent leffbn to opulence! _
September 14, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
fdarmoutb, Sept. 20.

fdarmoutb, Sept. 20.

AR-rvrj,. Sept. iOth, Lydia, Nicholson, for Hull, ?? go.-ul_— rath, Selby, Bromby, for ditto, ditto.— 1 ?? and F:.ily, Morley, for Flushing, in -ballast. '■"'-. _pt.'io, Trelawney, Fill, for Liverpool, "its torn.— lB, Potter, Massingham, for Hull, ditto. :. ?,■ James, IVe, for H
September 22, 1802 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Cues.ap's post*

Cues.ap's post*

OnThUrsday their Majesties and the Princesses accompanied by the Dukes of Gloucester and Cumberland, Princess Sophia of Gloucester, and Princess Charlotte of Wales, went in their carriages on a fishing party to Weymouth beach. The morning turning out very unfavourable they were
September 1, 1802 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Or, SUFFOLK, NORFOLK, ESSEX, ««<* CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISER

Or, SUFFOLK, NORFOLK, ESSEX, ««<* CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISER

WEDNESDAY, September 15, 1802 [A r o. 1055. PRICE SIXPENCE.] [READY MONET WITH ADVERTISEMENTS.] PRINTED BY AND FOR R GEDGE, No. 2, HATTER-STREET, BURY ST. EDMUNDS,
September 15, 1802 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
jtimut ___mO.

jtimut ___mO.

jtimut ?? Mark-Lane, Monday, Sept. 13. We had a quite scanty supply of grain in gene- ral fresh up for to-day's market with us - r Wheat in particular, of our own growth,, was here in very small quantities ; the greater proportion of what did come was new, the quality extremely f
September 15, 1802 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England