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Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

HOUSE of LORES, Monday, May 7- MARQUIS STAFFORD'S MOTION'. The Lord Chancellor said, " My Lords, seeing a Noble Lord now iq his place who has given notice ofa motion for tins day, take the liberty to rise to trouble vou with a very few words the subject.—After having given most
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWARK, MAY 10.

NEWARK, MAY 10.

The Trent Vale k oluntecrs, upwards of 180 strorfg, the command of Captain Padley, marched into this town onMonday last, to be trained and exercised. On i ugsdav the regiment of Loyal Newark Volunteers returned from Retford, where they have been some time on permanent pay and du
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Commercial Herald.

Commercial Herald.

PRICES of CORN per Qr. STAMFORD, Friday May 4. Wheat to I Oats 21s Od to 2.3s Barley 24s 2Gs j Beans to 34s Best Sunderland Coals 4 per ch. LINCOLN, Friday May 4. Wheat 36s Od to 60s Rye.........36s to COs Barley to 29- Oats COs Od COs LouTir, Wednesday May 9. Wheat j Oats '..17
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

BOSTON Ship News lie of May. J"jLp IMPORTS. a Wi'helmina, Nielson from Moss, yVf anil Unity. Pederson, from Crag roe. both with deals, &c. tMatabv ARRIVED. Can.brian, Marshall, from Newcastle; Hero, Baker; Flora, Estill; Essay, ; ord Nelson, Hodgson; Hopewell, Salmon; Hazard. Ho
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FRENCH INTERIOR.

FRENCH INTERIOR.

A private letter from Paris, the date April 30, states as follows: 44 Though Bonaparte is detested, never was his Government more firm or more powerful. The people are generally dissatisfied, but tremble under the criminal minority with which he is surrounded, including all pers
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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PURSUANT to a Decree the High Court of Chancery, made cause, against O'BRIEN, the Creditors of LUCIUS O'BRIEN, late ofTixover,

PURSUANT to a Decree the High Court of Chancery, made cause, against O'BRIEN, the Creditors of LUCIUS O'BRIEN, late ofTixover,

in the county of Rutland, Esq. deceased, are, on or before the Ist day of June next, to. come-in and prove their Debts, either personally or their Solicitors, before JOHN CAMPBELL, Esq. one of the Masters of the said Court, at his office in Southamptonbuildings, Chancery-lane, L
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOBNCASTLF. BOOK CLUB. ANNIVERSARY DINNER will be held X the Fic H ! }•• '£u F.SD 22d.0f this instant, at

HOBNCASTLF. BOOK CLUB. ANNIVERSARY DINNER will be held X the Fic H ! }•• '£u F.SD 22d.0f this instant, at

Three o'clock the afternoon.—Subscribers may introduce their friends upon giving previous notice and ladies or gentlemen .-who art- desirous to participate in the advantage of large arid useful Library, are recommended to make their inclinations known to some member the society.
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
T.ST, Lease, frsm the present tUne, GREAT and SMALL iHi 55 JL parish of RING, Wragby pm'" 1 ' contains

T.ST, Lease, frsm the present tUne, GREAT and SMALL iHi 55 JL parish of RING, Wragby pm'" 1 ' contains

740 Acres. For particulars apply personalty to the M HAW, at Mb) ton, Wragby. To SOLD AUCTION, Mr. PRESTON, At the Saracen Head lan, in Lincoln, on Friday the ho f kitty, 1804, order of the Assignees yf Mr. John Francis, PWO good FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES* JL desirably situate fo
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
'A.NYJED immediately, WO JOURNEY* MEN JOINERS, where good hands and steady men ay me t with constant employ and wages

'A.NYJED immediately, WO JOURNEY* MEN JOINERS, where good hands and steady men ay me t with constant employ and wages

according to meiit, by applying to JOSEPH KINGSTON, at Thorpe, near Peterborough. L A IF. ANTED, an established Office, in the Country, YOUNG PERSON, who has been for some time accustomed to the General Business of an Office, and is wished to be conversant Conydyancing in partic
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
STAMFORD VOLUNTEER INFANTRV PARADE, MONDAY, April, ICHAEL LEES ON, of Glazier, WAS this day DISMISSED the Corps for misbehaviour to

STAMFORD VOLUNTEER INFANTRV PARADE, MONDAY, April, ICHAEL LEES ON, of Glazier, WAS this day DISMISSED the Corps for misbehaviour to

duct. one of his Officers, and other disorderly consigned, by ordeT of the Committee, MATTHEW JIUOE. DESERTED, from the BOSTON TROOP OF YEOMANRY CAVALRY, THOMAS WINTER, Trumpeter. He is about feet inches high, has dark eyes, dark hair, and sallow complexion calis himself a" port
May 11, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England