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Aldflmte Moor, Harrop .A Inwick,Fergufon, innkeeper Annan, Norvel Appleby. Chanpelhowr enardcalile, Nicbolfon ford, Rogers Berwick on Tweed. Davklfon Bilhop Auckland.

Aldflmte Moor, Harrop .A Inwick,Fergufon, innkeeper Annan, Norvel Appleby. Chanpelhowr enardcalile, Nicbolfon ford, Rogers Berwick on Tweed. Davklfon Bilhop Auckland.

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October 22, 1805 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CERTAIN CURE FOR THE GOUT. 117HEREAS, Advertisements daily appear unv v <ler my name, infor ning the Public, that the

CERTAIN CURE FOR THE GOUT. 117HEREAS, Advertisements daily appear unv v <ler my name, infor ning the Public, that the

Patent for Anti-Bilious Deobaruent Pills, may be scon at the Elalontory in Bedford-«treet; if any person, therefore, should induced to request to see the Patent, 1 will'thank them to see legal Assignment, by which they are author, ised, in any manner, to make use of my name; and
October 24, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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W Print-d Piccadi'ly. The Si> STATE of trauilau-d CAR Beauty, H< UTI DEB »r P. H. i Piincesse?, Bedford, G •Host of thi Tliis P.»w tirely fre - •*'»>•» Si tii;* Gums iiSijil etc)',l tuul proven Many era-.iicating > Biet or balsamic Sold, Wli »idf, Come Maddei son, Moss, roy, Manc
October 24, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

nurii v-l.v,kf,. Last night Mr. Eli ag.<in r.in l.x r.u the part of Sir Harry If'i'J.n, in t’;e ; hh.*Jv Couple; it w:u his third appear .ikc that charafter, and he received nach d Je-erwd applause. Mrs. Jordan play d >1 nn, 11 the entertainment of The There Irani, nC'S, ingenuo
October 23, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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Wc? liitv® th? paimni y n iher melancholy in‘ta?.cc > ( ‘•j-c-i!.-, has ... - curred the person ;i ir.-n.li 'fn connexions in the mrrc.i ■;i'• ;i; .u.rifav evening last, about eight o’clock, sn, .1 - companied a man having the ticket porter, called a coach off the stm 1 ia ii;-5
October 22, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
14» 6,1 s.—Avorae? C3<. ; .<‘ lia;i last licfiin. A FI-O From Got. u< t. 11, from tie s <!.

14» 6,1 s.—Avorae? C3<. ; .<‘ lia;i last licfiin. A FI-O From Got. u< t. 11, from tie s <!.

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October 22, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The traverser ansuverej, any von ; but if any person I any •. <- about tl>e lady, you will not

The traverser ansuverej, any von ; but if any person I any •. <- about tl>e lady, you will not

n.cntion h<*r name The witness, at the time, did not know ti tnv.n ,;-r name, but happened to know that the t.niy. d sent the prescriptions, with her name <>u labels. In a few days the traverser called lti-n, a-J told him he need not attend the lady any t-. as >e ';h I now put h
October 25, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RAKING A CAT.

RAKING A CAT.

- Rickei/ and ALxander Hoi'g, with several others, were ind fled for assault upon Humphreys, on the 18th «.f August last. The two former only had seived notice trial. It appeared from tiie evidence of the Prosecutor, that he had taken some premises from the Defendant Rickey, who
October 25, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TV.) BE s )Li. biY AUCT IO'N," "B'y Vr. MERRETT, 3h the Market-Place, Fafehani, on Monday next, at elive'r o'clock, SEVERAL ufeful, Hack and Cart HORSES, a a four-wheeled CARAV4N, a Taxed CART, a Rave GART, with Iron Arms; DRAGS, H'ARROWS, and other Articles.-Odober 25, 180;. C O
October 28, 1805 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
the 4th, 14th, and 23d Regiments, which were encamped at Beachey Head, have marched for

the 4th, 14th, and 23d Regiments, which were encamped at Beachey Head, have marched for

:A SUSSEX. 2h : : ; t.SATURDAtY,. OCrOBER 26. . 'I - bA I' U K OU h . ?? _ The 4th, ,4th, and z3d Regiments, which were . encamped at Beachey Head, have marched fori Deal and ,DoVer, for embarkation. Ge Mr. Hardie has Delivered Galvanic Leaures, til illuftrated by experiments% on
October 28, 1805 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England