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September 24, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
f BRIGHTON, Sept. 20.

f BRIGHTON, Sept. 20.

The Bishop of Sr. Asaph ?? yesterday at the Chapel Royal, and gave a brief ?? of the Psalms of David, in which he took occasion to recommend the translation ot Sternhold and Hop- kins, as being nearer to the text and parity of the original, than any other translation. — His text
September 22, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

LONDON, September t€. THE during the laft two months, haa" ttuo- hundred and fevent pounds per <weei, being at the rate'of" above fourteen millions a yeard And the value of Britifh and foreign produce, exported for the half-year, ending the sth July, amounts above fevojiteen rio
September 20, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thomas CUrforth'* IT7HEREAS Bankrupt is VV awarded sod THoJdAS GARFORTH, Braakope, m the Par.fh Otley, to the laid CommifEon named,

Thomas CUrforth'* IT7HEREAS Bankrupt is VV awarded sod THoJdAS GARFORTH, Braakope, m the Par.fh Otley, to the laid CommifEon named,

the major fart -of them, on the Seventeenth sad Eighteenth Day* September next, at Tea o'Clock in the Forenoon, aod the Fifth Day of October Mowing, Six o'Clock the Afternoon, at the cf Mr*. Sarah Wade, the Golden Lion Inn, Leeds, the faid County, and make a fuH Difcovery and Di
September 6, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
•• » * The Rev. Henry Addle - - - Rev. Then:as Woodcock, SwiUington o The Rev. T. R. Guifeley

•• » * The Rev. Henry Addle - - - Rev. Then:as Woodcock, SwiUington o The Rev. T. R. Guifeley

--.xxo The Rev.' Preftcn, Aikham - - - x x The Rev. Kay ley, Otley - - - - x o The Rev. ohn Crofie, Bradford - - - X o The Rev. ames Hodgfon, Barwick-in-FJmet P The Rev. Whitaker, Garfbrth - - 0 The Rev. Charles Kocwlton, Keighley - I O The Rev. Thomas Marfden, - - x o The Rev.
September 6, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Tuesday, Aug. 31.] This day at two o'clock purfuint to his Majefty's royal proclamation, the Lord Chancellor came down to the Houfe, and being fen ted on the woolfack, thp Deputy of the Black Rod, was fent to order the attendance of the Commons, and accordingly t
September 6, 1802 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH,

PORTSMOUTH,

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Captain Uawes, ot the nav-y, secretary to Sir Borlape Warren, on liis embassy to St. Captain tfawes was presented the King the last levee. Pie Lords ot the Admiralty have directed that increase pay should be granted to all the warrant officers his Majesty s s
September 20, 1802 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

Hague, Sept. THE Dutch emigrants arrived from England arc disperse*! throughout the re-,; public Many endeavour find employment trade mantitactiives, but one will engage them. Others have offered to enlist, the army, but the government have forbidden the officers'to accept them.
September 13, 1802 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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Fine - - J4s* I Fa* Pollard o4 Seconds - s&s Common * - Or to Os 04 Third* -

- Horse Tot. mo* Middling, vOa. - • Quarter..} FRIDAYS MARKET. CORK rC. Since Monday the prices any description grain have been but triWig.X Wheat in come* chence of short supplies has decline' either Malt or Barley there hot much Coed Beans, and fresh horse corn, haw * brisker
September 13, 1802 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY'S MAIL.

WEDNESDAY'S MAIL.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE. hslS'KßUl'lS. George Maliinfon and Jofiah Sheard, of Huddersfield, dyers, Sept. it. 22, at the Old Cock, Halifax, Oft. iz, at the George, Huddersfield. Attornies, Mr. Coulthurft, Bedford -row, Mt. Swainfon, Halifax. Thomas Pyne, of Southwark, victualler,
September 4, 1802 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England