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TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

The liberality of the Inhabitants Norfolk and its Metropolis has long been fo eminently diftinguiflicd, and the which has anien from the exigencies ofthe ftatc has hitherto operated checking the zealous exertions of Charity, that it is feel any hehtat on in again appealing, prop
December 1, 1804 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Commissioners 111 Commission of Bankanri • ear,n date the day July last past, awarded . andl itouedlonlrigamsf"JAMES CLARK, latcof Bursledon,

Commissioners 111 Commission of Bankanri • ear,n date the day July last past, awarded . andl itouedlonlrigamsf"JAMES CLARK, latcof Bursledon,

m the county Southampton, Ship Owner, Dealer and . m( ; Cl ° n lhe eleventh day of December next, . rj, lock in the forenoon, the Coach and Horses Inn* iri Fir °! So tham lon orf,er *»ake First and final Dividend the Estate and Effects of the said U ',> ! i and where the Credito
December 3, 1804 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
' 111 1 I, mi. I I II ■ tmm victualling office, November 19, 1804. ON Thursday, the of December

' 111 1 I, mi. I I II ■ tmm victualling office, November 19, 1804. ON Thursday, the of December

next, I shall be ready my Office receive Tenders in writing fsealed up J, and treat zvith srtchpersons /as may be zvilling to furnish, on contract, what FRESH BEEF man required jQr the rise his Majesty's ships md vessels at St. Helen's, Cones, and Yarmouth, in the lite of Wight,
December 3, 1804 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the Ladies of Salisbury and its P'icinity, BUTLER'S TOOTH-POWDER, prepared from the original Recipe the late Doctor P. H.

To the Ladies of Salisbury and its P'icinity, BUTLER'S TOOTH-POWDER, prepared from the original Recipe the late Doctor P. H.

possesses such wonderful powers in curing the T«>oth-Ach Scurvy Gums, whitening,, cleaning, and preserving (he teeth, and communicating delightflif fragrance lo the breath, to be used and recommended by the Queen, the Princesses, the Duchess of York, Devonshire, St. Alban's, Lee
December 3, 1804 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
~><s_"«- MARRIED. On Monday last, io this town. Dr. Macartney, of Liverpool, to Miss Worswick, daughter of the late Thomas

~><s_"«- MARRIED. On Monday last, io this town. Dr. Macartney, of Liverpool, to Miss Worswick, daughter of the late Thomas

Worswick, of this town, Esq. Lately, at Goosnargh, Mr. John Clifton, to Miss. Mary Holmes, both of Inglewhite. At Garstang, Mr. Abraham James, officer of ex- cise, to Miss Bamber, of Cabus. At Dalkeith House, the Right Hon. Lord Mon- tagu, to the Hon. Miss Douglas, eldest daught
December 1, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
purest hopes. a disconsolate her loss is an afflicting dispensation and combining the fruits o! an affected beneficence with a

purest hopes. a disconsolate her loss is an afflicting dispensation and combining the fruits o! an affected beneficence with a

steady friendship, her memory ill long subsist in the hearts her many friends, who vered her worth. 26. At Perth, Mrs John Greig;, much andjustly regretted. Thorny-barvk, John Go/don, Esq. of Cairnfield. 17. At Inverary, Mr Alexander Campbell, merchant there, much regreted. 28.
December 1, 1804 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ITCH, M certain Cure by Tuo ] fours npplicatim. OHAW's Sovereign OINTMENT, which cures O l;»c most inveterate ITCH, in

ITCH, M certain Cure by Tuo ] fours npplicatim. OHAW's Sovereign OINTMENT, which cures O l;»c most inveterate ITCH, in

so short period, does not contain a particle mercury, or any pernicious ingredient, but may used with perfect safety by women with child, and infants newly born and never fails cure the time d. tollmcivg Letter from Dr. an eminent Physician, is a sufficient proof its and safety.
December 3, 1804 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE GLASGOW COiUILIi, ip Tuesday, Xoi'tmbrr ij, lb*'!. >T OTWI TIIST the great demand for the SOLO MONT DROPS, which

THE GLASGOW COiUILIi, ip Tuesday, Xoi'tmbrr ij, lb*'!. >T OTWI TIIST the great demand for the SOLO MONT DROPS, which

arc estimable for tiie there arc many c« editable attestations then etficacy, we cannot emit the insertion testimonies their never-failing influence over which batile every y.; prescription. A Young Lady Glasgow was, for some time, troubled with a dreadful Scorbutic Comprint, wh
December 3, 1804 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
AtMANsiCK for irtOo.

AtMANsiCK for irtOo.

D«y published, price Twenty-peace, r.;i’'» plaited tine paper, TK E Glotfft, r Royal Shift Almanack, And Complete CALENDAR, For the YEAR, ICu.i. Cohralninj, add.t. * and correct Calendar I aiis, and Setting Sun and A.ot n, fcc. Acc< ir't tlic Mail-L* and Frsti, Stage Couches, oo
December 3, 1804 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TII& CHASE. * . -.■%'*"' f J

TII& CHASE. * . -.■%'*"' f J

TII& CHASE. * . ?? f J . Sir, M. M. SrKnsT*s: FoxHoiijipsi.^rhtle Hounds meet on Monday.' Dec. -t» at Atkeholmi; andon Thursday., .Dec 6, at Mowthop ?? j ; each morning at half-pott mine pun-iually. * ss.' r « CoUnA TiioxKTox'f ?? ' Houndi meet on Tu e » d a* And S ay tjj k • day
December 1, 1804 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England