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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

Sunday's and Tuefday s Mails. BANKRUPTS. William Portroui, Chippenham, Wilt?, eoal merchant, Feb. 22, Match 31, at the Three Crowns Inn, Chippenham. Samuel Tiee, Po.tfmou'.h, vi&uallcr, Feb 2,, 23, March 31, Jt the Blue Pofts Inn, Fortfmouth. Patrick Boyle, Vine-ftreet, Piccadil
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

FRIDAY* The third reading of the Irifli Bank Reltriclion bill was put off liii Monday. Sir John Wrotteslbv rofe to fay few words relative to the motion* which had given notice of his intention tobring forward next Monday. Notwithftanding the importance the queftion, and the bene
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thurfday's Mails.

Wednesday's and Thurfday's Mails.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. BANKRUPTS. Richard Yarwood, Stockport, Cheftcr, maker, March 5, and April 3, the Red Lion Inn, Heaton Norris, Lancafler. Henry Balinge Piatt, of Wigan, L4ncafter, calico manufacturer, March 1, and April 3, the Buck the Vine, Lancnfter. John Ncevcs, of Se
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
STAFFORD,

STAFFORD,

Saturday, February 25. Tkl luivtrtifctnfnt eoHi-uning the Stone for the Volunteers, was received too lite lor ,Hfrrt,o» tilt -meek, but /hall appear in our next fafei, On Monday the battalion of Stafford Lcyal Voluntf <.r>, commanded bv the Hon. Lieurenant- Co! -tirl Talbot, wer
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

LOS TH V DA T. 3 Cent. Confols j Omnium difcount- arc happy that accordi»i> to tl.« accurate infoimnt un, his Majes* TY IS AV OF ReCOV FRY. —The bulletin for was, His has had good night, and rather better ih The Bulletin this morning follows " His continues as well as yefterd ly
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 

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FUUNIIURE, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION; ON TKI IIIMIItI, By Mr. Henfhaw, On Thurfdiy. and Friday, the Bih, 9th,

FUUNIIURE, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION; ON TKI IIIMIItI, By Mr. Henfhaw, On Thurfdiy. and Friday, the Bih, 9th,

and days of March, 1804.; THE remaining part the Farming Stock, Hay, Implements and all tbe Houfth"ld Furniture, of the Itte Mr. FLETCHER, Hedgeford tear Cannock, in the coumy Stafford : The Farming Stock confifls two milking cowi, heifer, one gilt, niut rtore pigs, one fix inch
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
SURGERY. WANTED, AS Apprcnticc in the above profelTion, Youth lte.idy and connexions, who has had a luiuhle education. For paiticulark

SURGERY. WANTED, AS Apprcnticc in the above profelTion, Youth lte.idy and connexions, who has had a luiuhle education. For paiticulark

enquire Mr. kct Drayton —As liic fiuntion is defirable, a will WANTED, A GENTLEMAN'S FAMILY, A Man Servant, to look after Horfes and work the (lar.lcns, and occafioually wait at Table, &c. Mai Servant, fifperintend fmall Dairy, and who mull utiderrtand biewing.— Enquire tlic int
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ANNUAL FAIR, At SHENSTONE. STAFFORDSHIRE. To held the Monday February, every year* THE Gentlemen, Farmers, and Breeders of the county

ANNUAL FAIR, At SHENSTONE. STAFFORDSHIRE. To held the Monday February, every year* THE Gentlemen, Farmers, and Breeders of the county

of Stafford, and the neighbouring countics, having had a meeting the propriety of Anmnl Fair at Shenftone, think nece(T«ry inform the public, every encouragement will given eitnblifh fuch Fair upon an Icalc* Shenftone is well known firuated in the centre of a turnip country, the
February 25, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
WINCHESTER. TOB OLD, * A VERY genteel CURRICLE and capital HORSES, with Harness complete. Inquire of Mr. r, High-Street. Feb.

WINCHESTER. TOB OLD, * A VERY genteel CURRICLE and capital HORSES, with Harness complete. Inquire of Mr. r, High-Street. Feb.

26th, I^o4. FIVE ABSCONDED fronTThe Parish of Wa«n-ford, about a since, JOSEPH GREEN, a stout able Man, aged about 40, tive Feet eleven Inches high, dark brown Hair, palt Complexion, and very sour look. Any Person bunging the said Joseph Cittr.i, the Churchwardens or Overseers o
February 27, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
NORTHAM BRIDGE TOLLS LET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the TOLLS arising at the Toll Gates at the West End

NORTHAM BRIDGE TOLLS LET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the TOLLS arising at the Toll Gates at the West End

and n.ar Bridge, and called or kapwr. the Name Serlhjm Bridge Gates, will be let by Auction, to the best B'.dder, the Dolphins Inn. Southampton, on the Second Day of March, b;tween the Hours One Three it* Afternoon, the Corwiiijr.s which will then and there produced, and the M.i
February 27, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England