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Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

Sun day and Tuesday's Posts. December 11. ' VJJ morning we received French le C ' S -° 2d » and Dutch to the 7 th mat. jV Government, with a resolution - • CRUse have length Pow * of p Unst "" tyrannous exercise of the J*j • c, affairs purely commercial. Us issu. °' Bata™an Repub
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
KEYSOE INCLOSURE.

KEYSOE INCLOSURE.

VV are "^underwritten, :« a » named and appointed and by Act passed m the last Session Parliament, entltUled. Art for ;r, i«. • « '-.v, J,, ' ,„ flll rtctior inclosing Lands the Parish KEYSOE, in the Count of Bedford," hereby give Notice, that have set out and appointed pnvate C
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
.Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Admiralty-Office, Dec. 11. a Him fr»" Captain Dun las, of the Baiadj

.Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Admiralty-Office, Dec. 11. a Him fr»" Captain Dun las, of the Baiadj

the Hon. Admiral Cornwall is, Lommundcr in Chirf, fyc. SIR, Naiad, off Brest, Nov. 57. I Bog "leave to acquaint you, that at daylight this morning, seeing some small vessels at a short distance from us, and shortly after perceiving a tire musketrv from them the boats his Majesty
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
PALM It, LINEN WOOLLEN-DRAPER, fife. ' BEDFORD, just purchased a new Collection „., "wst fashionable GOODS in the above vnnc

PALM It, LINEN WOOLLEN-DRAPER, fife. ' BEDFORD, just purchased a new Collection „., "wst fashionable GOODS in the above vnnc

he,, tor the Winter Season, informs bis Friends MJWk. that they are opened for Sale, ar.d 1o them on the most reasonable Terms, ir Millinery, Murrs, and Tip™ai«coats, Coatings, Salisbury VV VRSEN '"s, Sec. n»ct*inn< ? V A »> of respectable Con. Apprentice. November 30th, 1801. M
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
' COUNTY or NORTHAMPTON, DIVISION TOIFCESTER, wit! t "II7"!?, whose Name's art' hVretinto subscriber], His. Justice-* rt»c Peace the sold

' COUNTY or NORTHAMPTON, DIVISION TOIFCESTER, wit! t "II7"!?, whose Name's art' hVretinto subscriber], His. Justice-* rt»c Peace the sold

Comity, acting for DIVISION' of TOW- \ CESTER aforesaid, Do hereby give Notice, j That we have reason believe large Quantities of BASE or COUNTERFEIT SFCVER COIN arc CIRCULATION, brought from Ireland, \ and frequently stamped, the better to deceive the Public.—ln order much poss
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 

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THE FIRST COUNTY ASSEMBLY \ ILL be at. the Gr/jnoi Inn, V on Monday the 17th ot Pact use*. Person

THE FIRST COUNTY ASSEMBLY \ ILL be at. the Gr/jnoi Inn, V on Monday the 17th ot Pact use*. Person

admitted but by Tickets 6d. each), which may be had at the Bar of the Inn. Sir W 4.X ? EDWARD BOUVERIE, Esq. Stewards - NORTHAMPTON VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. above Corps is requested to meet, for Exercise, on Monday the 17th of December, at One o'Clock, preparatory to Inspect ion Lieu
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A GOOD SOUND SET TEETH CHi only i>t permanently acquired by v.ins; RESTORATIVE TOOTH POWDER, patronized and used their AfUESTIES,

A GOOD SOUND SET TEETH CHi only i>t permanently acquired by v.ins; RESTORATIVE TOOTH POWDER, patronized and used their AfUESTIES,

&c. &c. Sec. Seven Years Experience has proved to the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public in general, that NEWTON'S TOOTH POWDER has the latest Pre -eminence overall other Dentifrice used for the Teeth and Gums. Its Virtues are so well known the in general, that the first Physician
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
CANZONET. Cam'oens.-Bv Lord CANST thou forget the silent tears Which have shed lor thee? And all the panes., and doubts,

CANZONET. Cam'oens.-Bv Lord CANST thou forget the silent tears Which have shed lor thee? And all the panes., and doubts,

and fears, Which sr Uter'd o'er bloom ot years The blights of misery never close languid eye, Unless to drcr.m of thee; every breath but the sigh, Mv every sound the broken cry, lasting misery. ! when in boyhood's happier scene plcdg'd mv lore to thee, How very little did 1 ween
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NO R THA MP TO N Saturday Evening, December 15. BIRTH.] Sunday last, at Orlingbury, in this county, the Lady

NO R THA MP TO N Saturday Evening, December 15. BIRTH.] Sunday last, at Orlingbury, in this county, the Lady

Allen E. Young, Esq. of a daughter. MARRIED.] Lately, Mr. William Mason, Huntingdon, to Miss Catharine Hudson, of Godnjanchester, Hunts. Thursday se'noigfo, Mr. John Dunn, to Mis, both of West-Haddon, this county. A few days since, Mr. J. Baker, maltster, Miss Elizabeth Adams, B
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Uti Sunday last, at Miss .Allen, eldest daughter Mr. James Alien, farmer and grazier. Same day, at Lutterworth, aged Mrs.

Uti Sunday last, at Miss .Allen, eldest daughter Mr. James Alien, farmer and grazier. Same day, at Lutterworth, aged Mrs.

Elizabeth Marston, late Mountsorrel, lxicestcrslnre. On Thursday last, at Tiekford-Abbcy, aged Ba, Thomas llooton, L&rp
December 15, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England