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MARRIED. Rev. D.ivM Martin, vicar of l.cyftlown, Kent, Mifr. Clark, of Mr. Hand, rcdlorof Dumon, tflcx.to Vonderzec.'of Bilkricay. Rev. Edward

MARRIED. Rev. D.ivM Martin, vicar of l.cyftlown, Kent, Mifr. Clark, of Mr. Hand, rcdlorof Dumon, tflcx.to Vonderzec.'of Bilkricay. Rev. Edward

Jones, inn. vicar of Rutland, tr» Mifs daughter of the Rev. William U*!g»avc, Uppingham.—G. l‘‘. Harrifon, cfq; Iteut. in *|4th rep. loot, Mif* Pugh, daughter Mr. PuglsofMcrcfoid,——Mr. Nalh.jun. attorney, Ahingdon, to Mils M. Dormer, of Mannay.—Henry Joddrcll, M.P. field, Norfol
September 9, 1802 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
\OTICK CtIEDITOnS. MR. Wm. HAVr.S, Shcptou-Mallft, in the enmity Cjrjtcntor anil Vu'tualli’r, . a »’ • _ . I .

\OTICK CtIEDITOnS. MR. Wm. HAVr.S, Shcptou-Mallft, in the enmity Cjrjtcntor anil Vu'tualli’r, . a »’ • _ . I .

t... ft.lu hjvinj tearing date the Jay of July and afCgncJ all hi* real and Hale I'm licet, for the benefit of hi» CreJitors. executing the laid Deed Notice U therefore herel»y given, that fuch Deed Is lett for execution the Creditors who cometn.md the benefit thereof, the offic
September 9, 1802 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ARUIF.O. The Riv. Thomas Metier, Starcror*, to Str«»llh‘»|>e, Devon .-—At South- I'ctherfon, SomcrlVr, R.'l‘olUt, ef<j; t>* Mrs. At ChcpJlow. Capf.

ARUIF.O. The Riv. Thomas Metier, Starcror*, to Str«»llh‘»|>e, Devon .-—At South- I'ctherfon, SomcrlVr, R.'l‘olUt, ef<j; t>* Mrs. At ChcpJlow. Capf.

Win. Brown, the royal-navy, Mil* M. ——Mr. Thn.«. Ham's, Rrocer, Con* f. I, «*f 11. iiigfjs, .SfMckton-h**ufe, MiJ** Baiflem.only t»f f*. W. B«n Hi m. • the Briory, —Mr. Geo. Kan lalt. Wilton, of Miiftml,Wilts Rev. I luKl.ich, Spcct., Berks, Mila Durntord. BIRTH. Abttyne-cafile,
September 23, 1802 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LETT. AST) IMMCDIATCLT. Rof>niy HOUSE and SHOP in ■ Michael's C urch-yard i'Hi'prrniifro ire well calculated for carrying eii<nfive rtrail

LETT. AST) IMMCDIATCLT. Rof>niy HOUSE and SHOP in ■ Michael's C urch-yard i'Hi'prrniifro ire well calculated for carrying eii<nfive rtrail

radc, and the (ituatiun elected fiionly to be CiMtQdcr* improved. Enquire of Mr. Cornwell-Buildings. AND INTr.RED UPON JMMEDIATCLT, CAI.TFOfID HOUSE, delightfully fitusted within lh«»rt distance of ihc turnpike-road from lath Bridol, 5 miles from the former, and 7 from the after
September 23, 1802 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FOR Til U CHRONICI.6 T.r-- Bill) arc with the history the i J i!ii«,h in the Ka-t. i»«l riot to

FOR Til U CHRONICI.6 T.r-- Bill) arc with the history the i J i!ii«,h in the Ka-t. i»«l riot to

lie inilcuviOit miirnatcil iiucs as too >c* re.—During' the well-known inon6)x>ly oflUce, •• m some dial rtev. the leugi.tU living Jett the hojic* ** ilieir iiuiiterotts ! YE Orient realm*, where UangiV Witcr* run! GcliH! d niin' the Inn! Jlorv long your tribes bar.' trentbl d,
September 2, 1802 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
' TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 1 By Mr. Henfhaw, On Monday xotk <h September 6 in tie afttmoom, Mr.

' TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 1 By Mr. Henfhaw, On Monday xotk <h September 6 in tie afttmoom, Mr.

Bigi'i, Hitdtrfton,, near Stone, the maty of Stifiiad, to fnk conditions at nu/H tktu ' New bu.lt Brick and DWELLING jt\. HOUSB, and Garden, I at Htlderftonc a'orelaid, aad now the holding ' Meekyatd. * may bad imrnedwefej aad Car ' ,Brtl>cr the Au%anr. HDCITafaL UqH, ESTATE. ro
September 11, 1802 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BATH, Wednesday Sept. 1.

BATH, Wednesday Sept. 1.

ARRIVED HERE, Earl of Warwick, Hon. Mr. and Mr*. Blackwood, Sir G White, Sir Frederick Flood and family. Colonel Baillie, Col. D«ncan, Major Cophlan, Dr. Ftllan. Re». Mr. Bulman, MutKall,Capt. Shuro, Capt, Sheen, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Duff, Mr, Coldwyer, Mr Edwards, Mr. I.indfcy, Mr.
September 2, 1802 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARGATE, Sept. 2.

MARGATE, Sept. 2.

Last night there was a grand Masquerade at. the. Theatre, which was illuminated in the same spier-did^ manner as on former occssions, forming a rs*gj d'egil truly picturesque. The company was not. so numerous as last year, owing to an oreposition. at one ofthe libraries, where t
September 4, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

" COVEVf - • Cooke, in Richard, last nighr, attract d ' a hjirse^s. -QYif attended any of his n^c i% Thesit and. galleries overflowed at fall ". mjnc . the boxes were equally filled after second ' ?? ! Cooke played in his best stile, and w '*"**■ warmly applauded; his heal.h app
September 16, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
':• i''K OF Si..Li b, Sn-r. o

':• i''K OF Si..Li b, Sn-r. o

KaiiK Sock shut. Bk. S.A. i77b-oshut ?? a „ v . 3perC. Imp. 6 7 j63 ?? R«i shut. Do. An. 25 yrs 12 1-16 t per Ct C dm 3 j i; x . Bills 4 ' ci ' t. Co. s shut. 3 Ditto ,- ?? Ct. Navy ioo^l >mnium qi 9 disc c Do. An. 179- shut. Lctrerv Tickets B. : . Ann. shut. inns fur Oct 68ft H
September 14, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England