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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

lx At Dum'rici, Mr, William Hydop, of Bath, where took refuge about eight veart finee from the troubles on the continrot, the venerable Dr. Maclaine, fifty years tnlniftrr of the Euglifli Church at the Hague, and well known as fhe franflator of Kcclcfiaftical Hioory, the author
December 11, 1804 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
A Choice Cargo of MEMEL FIR TIMBER, and DEALS, Juft Imported. fuiall Parcel of ARCHANGEL FLAX, ARCHANGEL TAR, • Ditto

A Choice Cargo of MEMEL FIR TIMBER, and DEALS, Juft Imported. fuiall Parcel of ARCHANGEL FLAX, ARCHANGEL TAR, • Ditto

PITCH, FIR OARS, SPARS, A BASS MATS, Per the ACTIVE, from AicHAHcrt. V Wanted, few STOUT I ADS, a. API'KEN TICKS to the Sn.—Ainiljr above, Whitehaven, Ang. iSoj. (*f * On* Profrrty.)
December 11, 1804 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
BALL’S ASSIGNMENT.

BALL’S ASSIGNMENT.

TBTHEREAS JOHN BELL, White b<Trn,i« iK« County «f Cumh rlmd. *h«- malu’r, Affijnment bcariny Due iht ftiltb D«y of Decomber. I*o4, bath graalrd, alt ford. tad trantferred all Foroitarc, IB Trade, Book Debit. f Rale aad Effect. onto JOSEPH UAYWOOD. of Wbmhaeco. aforefaJd, Manufad
December 11, 1804 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
»nil much more Mi , . -ill Ihofc culture, which ruppofc .„h J portion in,^^ nnr maii’i thir,- upon ,”7

»nil much more Mi , . -ill Ihofc culture, which ruppofc .„h J portion in,^^ nnr maii’i thir,- upon ,”7

'J*" r«n HAMBURGH MAIL. Manheim, u. ' , IN Switzertand t), «■ in their Conftituiion, ~n Coronation at Am„ things, it that the obtain a higher title. F.Uhr.it't «/ /fanner, ifi _TI, tinmen poll boy was attacked t| le , ',Goton the mountain called Uollerberd, 0,l and llll.r, a ban
December 11, 1804 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
Captain*

Captain*

December 11, 1804 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
t<- ?? s'Y will bewt'-L Wru R Djly next, the Bth of fR** <0N Mr. TAYLOR, President. ' ?? Mr.

t<- ?? s'Y will bewt'-L Wru R Djly next, the Bth of fR** <0N Mr. TAYLOR, President. ' ?? Mr.

EMERY, Deputr. - krtt t** M - ?? _* tle - >0 _ •\, to *• had «■* ' ?? ?? Coffee-house, Cornlull.. "Z ARTE* HOUSE The ANnYveR- iRVME £rING< ' f . tI,eNOBL EMENand GEN- t £Mj e du ated at CHARTER HOUSE SCHOOL ?? heM »t tlic Charter House on Wednesday, December * rivine Service to
December 4, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON,.TUESDAY, DECEMUER 4

LONDON,.TUESDAY, DECEMUER 4

LONDON, TUESDAY, DECEMUER 4 The Hamburgh Mail doe on Sunday, had not arrived at a late hour last night ; but the Master of a Swedish vessel which passed through Admiral Russell's fleet off the Dutch coast, on Tuesday last, and which left the Texel on .he preceding day, communicat
December 4, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FEMALE FASHIONS

FEMALE FASHIONS

jFtr mi er. Kffrning F%. nu*f moriing made of tnl'.iri bonnet ihmti.f i with v ine m.—A round white n ic .*vk and the bn* m, with lace loc*er , o.» ■ vdvct vw th from, fjrmcd c i.Jiimn! all round hat ui , and interred a black f/aiJcr. (if and AcurfV*c hit fcaticr vcUrt.—A white
December 11, 1804 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ANOTHER CHANGE. last week but one. Circus, Chatham-§trcet MONDAY and TUESDAY, December 10th and 11th, 1804, Equestrian Exercises, Clown, Mr.

ANOTHER CHANGE. last week but one. Circus, Chatham-§trcet MONDAY and TUESDAY, December 10th and 11th, 1804, Equestrian Exercises, Clown, Mr.

Belcher. TIGHT KOBE DANCING. Serious Piece, called TUB BLBJCK FOREST; Or, the NATURAL CHILD. ' ' Child the Wonderful Miss H. I.ktton, only , virs old, from the Royal Circus, London, who is greet in her Character the Young Roscius. ']J -c'.i-h -aill L- added, entirely Nenv I’iece
December 11, 1804 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BE LET BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, For the term of twenty-one years, and 'to entered upon the usual times in the

BE LET BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, For the term of twenty-one years, and 'to entered upon the usual times in the

spring of the seat 1 SOo, A LI. that CAPITAL FARM, called Bates’ Ley Farm, situated inAclsvvood vvithinC'headleMoseley, and Bramhall, the county Chester, within the distance of about mife from the market town of Stockport, in the said county, consisting of Messuage or Dwelling-h
December 11, 1804 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England