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W.d ad MARY. PAYNE, wi'w and Ade'Winei/ratrix of the late y 0 2IN PArNE, UPHOLDER;, CABINET-MAKER, &c. HIG 0 STAERTB OXaORD, . E;GS Leave'to inform her Friends and the . Public, that flee has engaged fome experienced Aififtantsj and intends to carry en the Buhinefs of her late Hu
November 6, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.

FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.

i' ASTIOR-S FOR NoVEMB1ER. , WALKsING DxqRrS.s.--x. Atounddrefsofthidk lwhite muffin, the body full, and drawn clotf round the bofoin; full hing leeves. A fur tipnet of brown bear. 4<p finali black velvet bonnet ?? withi a black fea- ther.-A. A pelice of dark filk, .madequite hig
November 6, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, November 16.

LONDON, November 16.

L O NID O N, Noqvenbee i6. The Chief Conful has been infpecfing minute- lythe ports of Havre, Honfleur, Dieppe, Fe. ramp, and Treport. Every necenary work has teeti otderid to be done, for the purpofe of re- foring thern to the fituation in which they were :en vears ago. He left
November 20, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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VALUABI E U IC. This Day ispubh/hfted, in Score, irice li. ItS. 6d. THE JiASSIONS; VdN ODE WRITTEN Bi-E C6LLINS, AND irt Jr MOtS5C ty WILLIAM HAYES, Mus. Doc. Formerly PrcfriJgr of `XlMufic in the UniverJiev of Oxfotid. N. B. This much-ad mired Work, vvilen firft corn pofed, was
November 20, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Post.

Wednesday & Thursday's Post.

?? ,I-r-buicatiaplo lp(a. IfPE RIAL PAULLIM E~NT. HOUSE OF 1:EERS, Novie;d'ly, Nov. 17. ql-1S day the Riflht Hon. Charles Abbott, T 1illanillolu fly cholkn Speaker of' the Houfe ,,f Conillnons, by the Mvembers of that Afrenisbly, yetIcerdav, i it ?? in the uitful formn to tle B i
November 20, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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Sunday and Tuesday's Post.

?? ?? Clunbaplo POR. - Fgog THE DUTCH MAIL. HAGUE, Nov. 19. ITNCg ?? Legiflative Body has reje.'ted the 6r..lationi plrefented by the Government re. S to tlhe elections of Members for the Le- ,1racre, and for departmental direclions-there beel open war between the two corps.- por
November 27, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, November 23.

LONDON, November 23.

L 0 N D 0 N, No~vember 23. The Gazette of Saturday contains a notice, that thirteen more of his Majefly's fhips, con- fifling of file (hips, brigs, anld gun velfels, ares fbortlv to be put uip to fale. His Roval Higyhnefs the Duke of York at- tended yesterday at the Secretary of
November 27, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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-WOODSTOCK, OXON. ?? be LETT, anid entered upon imme- T.diately,-All that well-known and go'd-acculoromed INN, called the OLD ANCEL, in Woodftockj Oxon, late in the Occupation of Mr. CHARLES STATES.- The Furniture and Stock to be taken at an Appraifement. Apply to Mr. North, in W
November 27, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Post.

Wednesday & Thursday's Post.

Maincoap i cbutopawo 1pon. IrMP-EPR1AL PARLLY ifENT. 'HOUSE OF PEEtRS, Twefdal-, A.uo. 23. TAS. Nlaieftv Piroceeded in itate to the floufe .k.Lof Peers, %N here, being feated on the Throne, and the Conmmon3 in attendance be- lo* the bar, he delivered the following inoft iracious
November 27, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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BEAUTY OF PERSON. Nothing is a greater orn'anaent than a white fet of teeth. TROTTER's ASIATIC. TOOTH POWDER, or ORIENTAL DENTIFRICE, which has met with uni- verfail encouragement from the firlc personages of fafliion and diffinclion, during a period of eighteen-years, is re. com
November 27, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England