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To the PRINTER of the STAMFORD MERCURYSIR, 1 a great admirer of the style of the late celebrated Mr. BURKE'S

To the PRINTER of the STAMFORD MERCURYSIR, 1 a great admirer of the style of the late celebrated Mr. BURKE'S

writings. It's beauty and energy are peculiarly original, impressive, and" attracting All the arts and sciences ; all the objects of nature ; the heavens, the earth, and the seas, appear to have been ever present his atl-comprehensive mind, obsequiously to furnish him with diver
February 17, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWARK, AUGUST 18.

NEWARK, AUGUST 18.

This morning was married, Mr. Cordoft, hosier; to Miss Hurley, both of this town. On ThuVsday last was married'by special llcen9e, at Grove House, the Hon. Charles Herbert Pierrepont, eldest son of Viscount Newark, and representative of the county of Nottingham, to Miss Eyre, da
August 31, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
YORK AUGUST MEETING conclude.

YORK AUGUST MEETING conclude.

THURSDAY, Aug. i?-3, produce slakes oflOOgs. each- Ld nay colt, by Sir ht?r: Mr. W. N. W. Hewctt's ch. filly, Miss Eliza Overton 2 Duke Hamilton's filly, Walnut Sir T. Gascoigne's bay colt, by Sir Peter 4 Even betting and Mr..Hewett, to 1 and 2 Lord Strathmore, to 1 Sir Thomas G
August 31, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

We, Samuel Fisher, formerly of Sheffield, the county York, but late of Gainsborough, inthecounty of Lincoln, Attorney at Law; Robert Trafford, formerly Kirton, in the parts of in the said of Lincoln, but late of the Bail of Lincoln, in the said county of Lincoln, Farmer; John Da
August 31, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Letters received from the squadron under Com- 0 l '° r Sir E. Pellew, Bart, dated Batancas Bay, of Spain,

Letters received from the squadron under Com- 0 l '° r Sir E. Pellew, Bart, dated Batancas Bay, of Spain,

the ioth mst. state, that Sir Edward just received express overland, via Spain, ®'Ug the agreeable news that the French squadron, •j, some transports, had made their escape.from *®ulon, and were seen by neutrals steering for Na- F e Lord Nelson was seen in chace with his c^uadro
March 2, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CLARK CASS WELL respectfully informs friends the public in general that his SH RAMS will commence onTcnsnAV the of SEPTEMBER

CLARK CASS WELL respectfully informs friends the public in general that his SH RAMS will commence onTcnsnAV the of SEPTEMBER

: day, Or any other Tuesday in the Season, their company will esteemed a favour. ASLACKBY, Augustslst, 1804. SHEW of RAMS. MR. SIMPSON hereby informs his friends and tlie public that hisSHEW of RAMS ill commence on MOJIDAV and TUESDAY the 17th and, days SEPTEMBER. BRENTINGBY, Se
September 14, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
We Lately called the attention of our numerous readers to the fact their being 50,000 tickets sold, out of winch

We Lately called the attention of our numerous readers to the fact their being 50,000 tickets sold, out of winch

28,150 were shared, previous to the State Lottery, 1799, commencing drawing.—On a further investigation, find there were 32,986 tickets shared before the <1 rawing ceased.—This ought to be a stimulus to adventurers not to delay their application too long, as there are only 25,00
September 21, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, October 19.

CAMBRIDGE, October 19.

Wednesday being the first day of Term, the following university officers were elected. Proctors. —Henry Wastell, M. A. Clare-hall, and C. Rushworth, M. A. St John's Moderators. —T. Sowerby, A. Queen's-college, and T. W. Hornbuckle, M. A. St. John's. Scrutators. —T. Barrow, M. A.
October 19, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To the V«II LL V, t i°. NlS E new-invented BT.AGKIKO for the K ' !1 S and Hiv.' l

To the V«II LL V, t i°. NlS E new-invented BT.AGKIKO for the K ' !1 S and Hiv.' l

, -'"A'fier, repels Water, and Boxes, Boots, >- >. fid. tmdlk also ■tß r ° ni Boot tr u d<ig,wilt.tnke out Ink, Ved T;r ' anc! lhl " original colour lk'^'»l iße hto : | Ur at 3M or Liquid for B,®re .bottle. " <VTI IA l and'm >B , KRT 1IA «DV, 3, Bar- V o ? e fff-MORP of ktngdJ-V
October 26, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Elizabeth Leek had at first a small spot, of a brow nish cast, on her wrist, she paid no attention

Elizabeth Leek had at first a small spot, of a brow nish cast, on her wrist, she paid no attention

to it, conceiving it required none:—lt began to spread, producing a Watery humour, accompanied with dry scurfy surface, inflamed, with violent itching. When sheapplied for the medicine, SPILSBURY'S PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, the disease had spread over both arms, and they exhib
October 26, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England