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A CHEERFUL SONG,

A CHEERFUL SONG,

Humbly inTcribed to >ll hi« Brother Compoutor*, By BIBODt L* ESPRIT. *• Strewn, with one Drop, lofe, ♦* In fweet Forgetfulnefa, all Pain and Woe,** Kliltoh. y ** Ahrabam IST, feeble find flrong, i_j To Jf>i> iu4 Sonj», ToioftruA and encourage the Hearer! The mild Empire Ale Shal
October 8, 1805 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
TURNPIKE ROAD, &c

TURNPIKE ROAD, &c

TVTOTICE 1* hereby given, That Applii n cation U intended to made to Parliament, in the next ScHion, for an Aist for repairing, widen* ing, and altering, and keeping in Repair, the ad, commencing and leading from the Guide Poft, the Top of certain Bank called STANWIX BANK, near
October 1, 1805 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
Twflretelgner* walking ap *n<! down itnffee-roohi in ibe city lately* ore nf ilietn pr. the otliei that the'- (lionl l

Twflretelgner* walking ap *n<! down itnffee-roohi in ibe city lately* ore nf ilietn pr. the otliei that the'- (lionl l

the company they were not totally ignorant of the Enphfli l.'njnaye. Tie latter agreeing, addrefTed the f rmcr in le.ud tone voice, and enquired, DiJit r.ih fo vnrrcw His companion very appiopiiately replied Tei, it vaj" to the no imaii amufement or thefe who were prefent. The f
October 1, 1805 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
—HOUSES IN PHTERGATF. -— - TO RE SOLD BY PRIVATE COiSfTR ACT T^ml^S^S^ 0r X ?? M-s, afid Premises situa'e

—HOUSES IN PHTERGATF. -— - TO RE SOLD BY PRIVATE COiSfTR ACT T^ml^S^S^ 0r X ?? M-s, afid Premises situa'e

in HlfiH PKrERGATE, near Bootham Bar, York the o£ occupied oy Mis. Diusdale, and the other hv TJr I-'isher. * For particulars apply to Wm. EnWAKDs, the owner "Barker Hill, without Monk Bar. owner, TO SADDLERS, BRIDLE-CU ITERS &c — T TO BE LET OR SOLD. AVerv conveni*™ p WEI .LING
October 19, 1805 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
til $fel htvdu

til $fel htvdu

■— - m ?? -s-MMuaa, r^^^ Saturday, October 32, 1805 No. 800. Price 01.
October 12, 1805 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HOME MARKETS.

HOME MARKETS.

Winchester, October 19. Wheat, 201. to 221. 10s. per load. Barley, - - Sfs. to 365. | Oats, - - to 325. Beans 475. to 565. Bread 2s. per gallon. Basingstoke, October Wheat - - 68s. to 80s. I Oats, 20s. 3d. to 32s Barley, - 335. to 365. j Beans, - —s. to 53s Bread Is. B|d. per ga
October 21, 1805 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Bankrupts from Saturday's Gazette.

Bankrupts from Saturday's Gazette.

John Golden, of Bury Saint Edmunds draper. Benjamin Burton, of Houndfditeh, flopfeller. William Cline, of lfling- ton. Green, corn-dealer. Walter Jenkins, of Briftol, broker. Thomas Scott,of Bethnall-Green, broker. Martin Robinfon and John lbbctfon, of Drury- Lane, grocers and c
October 21, 1805 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

LEEDS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Brigadier General Hodgfon has tranfaiitted to Lieutenant Colonel Lloyd the following Brigade Order, and in the letter which accompanies ir the General fays, - I beg leave to obferve that no Brigade Order can convey ftronger approbation ofthe Leeds Volunteers than my verbal expre
October 28, 1805 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CsAITTAIN INGRAM'S ACQUITTAL

CsAITTAIN INGRAM'S ACQUITTAL

We are now enabled to ftate that Richard Ingram, Efq; at the late Court of Inquiry, held in this town, refuted 10 a very fatisfoctnry manner the charges alledged apainft him, and of whic h he was moft honorably acquitted — They ?? as follows : » - a » ift. The Halifax Troop of W
October 28, 1805 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, situated at the of the High-street of Winchester consisting a/arglDwelling-house,

TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, situated at the of the High-street of Winchester consisting a/arglDwelling-house,

Out-houses, and Garden, Cellars, andVvery Convenience for Tiade. For further particulars, apply to. Mr: Charker, Saint Thomas-street, Winchester. Possession may be had immediately. Basingstoke Canal Office, Hamho Wharf, Three Crane Stairs, Committee, October 10th, 1805. THE next
October 21, 1805 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England