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1 -1-- . - ?? . I. * L()ONI))ON, TI tJIS1)AY. Or. 27. 3'ei (mmll .()trtrtenburgh ?? icls arrivedl I(.o tiyi, Collttfilnitfie foillowig grafying I ,s,njett froml !hdi~fit. g raifin | 1N a tJ i 12 .-A Couter hii, f rired 1 ?? ill 14 dio s: l1le aarii ot L ar- with I C1i15 to be qon
October 29, 1807 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MARIA; OR, THE MOTHER'S DIRGE.

MARIA; OR, THE MOTHER'S DIRGE.

ANiARXA; Olt, THIEr; MOTlER'S D- lE. I DIRlGE I HE SLCONDS . PY YVLLIAMl CJREY. 'Twas at this hour, this heeavy bour, But velerd ay, 't aus at thlis ?? Tile beams of atoon lerencly thining, V,'hel, Yitjdinl to the eata! Po er, Aly ?? FlowAr 'Droop'd low her bead her lile refignir
October 15, 1807 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY, Wednesday, October 21.

DERBY, Wednesday, October 21.

B I)EIR1'Y, if edies.day, October 6 1. iKMARIED. - 01 OtTseefd tine IS ettiitnli at e rrfli irl; in Lancaflhire, In tiae itev Jamltey Sataley Sir ilomas WWindfor l-unloke, lirt. of vai itaeTolah, ' il his coutlnty, to ?Mill, Eccleitlon, eldetl dauuhter el hlnowas Scarisbrick EccL
October 22, 1807 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WATERING PLACES, ice.

WATERING PLACES, ice.

SCARBOROUGH, Oct 1.-The following are the arrivals since Sept. 241 h : Sir J. Int-.lby and family; Rev. T. C. R. Read • Mrs Read and family ; Major Dickson ; Mr and Mrs E. Smith and family; Kr M'Lean; Mr Daw- bey; Mr Robinson; Mr Ambler; Mr Prince- Mr Emmett; MrCarr; Mr Clifford
October 3, 1807 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
ORIGINAL POETlii

ORIGINAL POETlii

th;: virgin's first love. WRITTEN BY MR. OPTO.V. Let ?? and coquets make of passion a jest, And smile at a l.eav'n-born flame; In the bosom of feeling it surely is blest, Which none but a lover can name. A thousand 50ft raplures.he sen,e,toth impart; A flame of all others above:
October 22, 1807 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PANKKUfTS,

PANKKUfTS,

With thrir Uncriptiinr at in ?? •Vaaattt*. -iA'VRDIY, OCToWUISL Wm, H'sginhirtten, .if rmicnhMn-«onn-toaft, iiawilim' — /eater and >'iia;>in.ti), il.rr. 'J >, ?? ?? t \ ?? j^. it fty Loudon. Att. ruey-i, >!r New ..trit», V rotf-rMietn, t*a .. Mr. Hunt, Surrv-«i cci, Slra J, '.oi
October 10, 1807 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MDOWELaL'a CREDITORSWHEREAS GKORTJE MCDOWELL, late of Lecda, in County Of York, Taylor, hath, by , Indenture bcarusg Date the TweUty-fecond

MDOWELaL'a CREDITORSWHEREAS GKORTJE MCDOWELL, late of Lecda, in County Of York, Taylor, hath, by , Indenture bcarusg Date the TweUty-fecond

Day Irrftant, afltgncd over all'his Eftate and Effect* unto Mr. Hirft, Leeds, Mercer, and Mr. Henry Cooper, j i Lcicgfter, Hofier, Im TtsosT, fo* the Benefit of the v Creditors ofthc faid George M* Dowel!, who fuch flignmcnt withtii Two Months fromthcDate thereof. ■ it hereby gi
October 26, 1807 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thomas TjrLot, Efc No- t TCONSIDER but 0 W to tte Merit, of your LEAKES too the following tSSSt* recently

Thomas TjrLot, Efc No- t TCONSIDER but 0 W to tte Merit, of your LEAKES too the following tSSSt* recently

been Acquairauce cTrninewhohf breaking Venereal Complaint (attended * ton, and although bad the beft Medical Advice which could be obtained, and Nothing could procured to Cafe, or do him any Service; he reaAahatf moft rejhiced and pitiable Situation for Two Yeirs, era** fallow h
October 26, 1807 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

Wednesday, Sept. 30. Dutch Papers have been received to the 22d, but they contain no intelligence of importance. Another vessel has been permitted to sail from Holland, aud she arrived at Harwich on Sunday with a number of passengers. By the Princess Charlotte packet, in 35 days
October 5, 1807 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON,

SOUTHAMPTON,

Saturday, October 3. Monday last died, in this town, Mrs. Sophia Ploughman, aged 66 years, mother of Mr. Ploughman, brewer, of Romsey. The inhabitants of this town have for some time past been under very considerable alarm, owing to mad dog that came into the town on the 7th ult
October 5, 1807 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England