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SALE NOTES. several Persons who gave Notes at Mr. 1. RICHARD BAKER'S Stile, at the RAKES FARM, near S wines

SALE NOTES. several Persons who gave Notes at Mr. 1. RICHARD BAKER'S Stile, at the RAKES FARM, near S wines

head, 011 Ilie twenty-eighth of July last, are desired to pay the same.at the house of Mr. J Essor, the WHEAT SHEAF, on SATURDAY the Twenty-eighth instant, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, where attendance will be given to receive the same. SWINESHEAD, 17th January, 1804. \LI,
January 20, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

TROIT TIIE LONDON GAZETTE. Admiralty Office, Jan. 7. Immortality, at anchor on the edge of the Bank de Bias, Boulogne, S. E. half S. four or miles, Wednesday,lf 4, 1804. Lory —Having iast night reinforced the crew the Archer with some men from this ship, and panned her in close
January 13, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BALL, tsc.at UOLBEACH. 'INHERE will be BALL and CARD ASSEMBLY at the TALCOT INN Ho EACH, MONDAY evening the 16th

BALL, tsc.at UOLBEACH. 'INHERE will be BALL and CARD ASSEMBLY at the TALCOT INN Ho EACH, MONDAY evening the 16th

inst. *#* Ladies' tickets 3s. 6d—-Gentlemen's tickets J RODGERSON,) W. SLATOR, Stewards J. KLY, WANTED immediately, an APPRENTICE to MILLINER, Enquire of S. MASON, Jun. Market-place, Spalding. WANTED, YOUTH properly educated as an APPRENTICE to a SURGEON and APOTHECARY in exsens
January 13, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
TURNIPS. To be SOLD, PWELYE ACRES of good TURNIPS, upon ■very dry Land, within two miles of LINCOLN. * *

TURNIPS. To be SOLD, PWELYE ACRES of good TURNIPS, upon ■very dry Land, within two miles of LINCOLN. * *

Apply to DRURY, Printer, Lincoln. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, rpHAT tht Trustees for Repairing and Widening JL the Road leading from St. Martin, Stamford Baron, to Kettering, and from Oundle to Middleton Lane, in the parish or hamlet of Middleton, in the county of Northampton, will
January 13, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES

REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES

REMARKABLIE OCCURRENCE.S fltleXn- TINI jR '1si io J A N U.it Y. . Accossts recevxei of the filnal funhjlsation of Swvit- Zerlasd-t1i, AIajetisy' Proclanlation if'ited to prohibit thle exportation of' br'ead-corn from Great Biitaln or IrelandI to any other country, with aceeption
January 7, 1804 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FP0RM THE LOND'D GAZETE.' WHITTEHALL-jan. ao 1a8 4 'The KING has been pleafed to conflitute and ?? he Right Honourable Jo N EARL Of ST V1NCENT, Admiral of the White fquadron of his Majeily's fleet, Lieutenant-General of the - Royal marine forces, and Knight of the Mo{t H~onourabl
January 14, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HAMBURGH MAIL

HAMBURGH MAIL

HAIMBMRGH MAIL VIENNA-DEC. 150 A courier arrived yetlerday frp'm, our Amnbar- fador at Paris, COUNT DE COaENTZE'; and the rumour is now: common in our diplomatic circles; that' the FiRsT CONSUL has' repeated the bafe and inpertinent. fcenes-with LORD WHITWORTH and'COUNT MARKOaFr,
January 14, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE HAMMERSMITH GHOST.

THE HAMMERSMITH GHOST.

THE 2HAMMNRSMITH GHOST.. THE !HAMMERSMITH GHOST. to the fitisfacti6n of moof: of the inhabitants of the town and neighbburhood of HIamnerfmfiinh the real gholt has at laft been .difcovered in the perfon and condudt of a fon -of'Crifpin ? . ' : The much timeented ?? of poor MILL-
January 14, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.

HIGH COTTR'r oF JUsTICTA-y. -TRIAL Op OHN MACFARLANE. Cl yeferday the Court met, and ^proceeded in fe te trial of JoHN' MACFARLANz, late corporal f tn the Stirlingfhire militia, accufed of the -nur- f der Df JAMES ROBERTSON, commonly called Djft j amie, on the -3ch Odober laft, i
January 14, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

j THE Creditors of the deceased JOHN SIME, Esq: | wftter to the Signet, are requested to meet in the Royal Exchange Coffee-house, Edinburgh, on Fri- day the 27th January curt. at two o'clock afternoon, for the purpose of electing a Trustee, in coosequence of the death of Mr Keit
January 14, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland