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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. Cook, On the jit in th, of Verfwn//, and eounry of Stafford, on

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. Cook, On the jit in th, of Verfwn//, and eounry of Stafford, on

Tuefday the of September, and the fallowing days j THE the Fakmino Stock, and elegant Fokituii, of iVMLTF.K HILL COYNEY, Eft. who torcfidc in ano. other part of the kingdom j Thi Farming Stock coriliftl of four famous milking c ™'i fc" fat rows, two draught horfu, ode fadcilr ho
September 25, 1802 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Newcaftle under Lyme and Pottery Agricultural Society. THE next general meeting of this Society, will held at the Roe Buck

Newcaftle under Lyme and Pottery Agricultural Society. THE next general meeting of this Society, will held at the Roe Buck

Inn, Newcaft under Lyme, on Thurfday the day of September, twelve o'clock. WILLIAM SNEYD, President. JAMES CALDWELL. Vice-Preltdent. ECCLESHALL ASSOCIATION. WHEREAS divers burglaries, robberies, larcenies, thefts, and other petty crimes, are frel committed, whereby the injured p
September 25, 1802 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
To be SOLD by AUCTION, fhe Houle *>f Mr. Francis Mycock, the Midway Houft, in Lcveofhulme, in the county of

To be SOLD by AUCTION, fhe Houle *>f Mr. Francis Mycock, the Midway Houft, in Lcveofhulme, in the county of

l.ancafter, Monday the lourth day of October, i8o», tween the hours tour and o'clock the after* ; THE Fee-Simple and Inheritance of and in the undermentioned Prcjnifes, now occupied altogether, and fnrniing a very ratable Ellaie commonly called or known the name of T F.NEMEST, f
September 28, 1802 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CANAL TfNNELLtIx'O. To LKT by CONTRACT, THEfimihiop and making complete for Navigation part of the TUNNEL of the titiUDERSfIKLD ■

CANAL TfNNELLtIx'O. To LKT by CONTRACT, THEfimihiop and making complete for Navigation part of the TUNNEL of the titiUDERSfIKLD ■

CANAL, near Maf.socx, in the Well Kiduijot the County York, for the length Yards Well- I ward, and Yards Eatlward, from the Brook Pit, where two pits fltafts are funk the ietel the bottom the Tbtuitl, and where lonic part 01 the Tunnelliog is ccuiplrated. Red Brook Pit is lunk v
September 28, 1802 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NoTiCh. Friends and Cuftomers ol Meffre G o. Cj a*i Ca are refpcAiully informed, that r On is longer employed

NoTiCh. Friends and Cuftomers ol Meffre G o. Cj a*i Ca are refpcAiully informed, that r On is longer employed

them having quitted their ftrwice the mouth June latt. 31 jl ,1->2 18 1. Nitirrs Calltni & Co disavow any intention attacking the Mr. Egg left on and notwithstanding public notice has thought proper take of the abnvc advertifemeut, they lorceivc thranfclves jollified in what the
September 28, 1802 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED, A CARDER for Muir Fußory. A PERSON every way qualified far the fitu* ion. and of fobcr Heady turn,

WANTED, A CARDER for Muir Fußory. A PERSON every way qualified far the fitu* ion. and of fobcr Heady turn,

who can pro cure a good character from his lall place, will meet with immediate employ and wages. Apply the Printer. WANTED A SITUATION. By a YOUNG MAN, who ha* a genera! knowledge goods, falefmao. a* an aflillatit a connting-houle, refpedfable rrfcrencescati given—A line N. M.
September 28, 1802 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MincHffter Agricultural Society. A GENERAL- MEETING this Society will be held the Unicorn Inn, A.tflncham, Monday the 18th of Odlober

MincHffter Agricultural Society. A GENERAL- MEETING this Society will be held the Unicorn Inn, A.tflncham, Monday the 18th of Odlober

next, at tea o’clock in the forenoon. Dinner two. , order the Society, JOHN ASHWORTH, Secretary. Turtnn. Sep* .18. 1802 TUITION. MONSIEUR HUP-, late French Teacher Mr Hutherf*,’*, Ardwick. and Mrs Harvefl’i,l.ongfight, now employed in the Rev, Wat. Winter’s School, Oldham, refp-
September 21, 1802 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Canterbury, Sept. to.—By the aIB (lance of intelligent correspondent, we are enabled lay before our readers a cor reft liatement

Canterbury, Sept. to.—By the aIB (lance of intelligent correspondent, we are enabled lay before our readers a cor reft liatement

of the hopplamationi throughout the kingdom : That called the Worcefter collection, extends through Worcefterlhire, Herefordlbire, Shropshire, and tome adjoining counties, and comptifes a very confiJcrable number of acres; the duty of laft year exceeded 61,000!.; the blight thro
September 18, 1802 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

From the LONDON GAZETTES. Douning-Street, Sept. 14. A has been received from D'Affaires at the tranfmitting the following official delivered to him the Rris Effendi, on the July laft, relative to the Navigation the Black Sea, of which the underwritten is copy: TRANSLATION. behov
September 20, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
-• * LEEDS. -Attn. RADFORD has the Pleafure toinform his that he has lately vifited Lonoow, Birmingham and Sheffield, where

-• * LEEDS. -Attn. RADFORD has the Pleafure toinform his that he has lately vifited Lonoow, Birmingham and Sheffield, where

hehasiele&ed very'fafhionablc Affortment of GOODS in the ynmUery, Silver and Plated Line, viz. Services of Plate, Plateaux, Epergnes, Breakfaft and Tea Sets, Parifian Medallions, beautiful Frofted Gold Far-Rings, Broches, Real Pearl and Aiaher Neck Laces and Ear-Rings, Plain and
September 6, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England