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WEI.LAND SLAIN AGE and NAVIGATION. A very numerous and respectable Meeting of j Estate, and other persons interested lie l>.

WEI.LAND SLAIN AGE and NAVIGATION. A very numerous and respectable Meeting of j Estate, and other persons interested lie l>.

.linage and Navigation by the river Wetland, fiohjcn « kail on the J 4ih f .-k-pv ber, 1814, pursuant to adjournment from the last; The Hon. LORD the Chair; Resale.: unanimously, that the new cut or canal, sluice, other works, to be executed under the authority <>f the proposed
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SCOTTER, Lincolnshire. To he SOLD by AUCTION, At the house of Mr. James Morley, the Sun Inn, in Scotter aforesaid,

SCOTTER, Lincolnshire. To he SOLD by AUCTION, At the house of Mr. James Morley, the Sun Inn, in Scotter aforesaid,

Wednesday the 12th of October, 1814, at the hour of Six o'clock in the evening, subject such conditions of sale as shall then and there produced; AVery valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, Tithe-free, and in a good state of cultivation, in the following lots A. R. p. Lot 1. All that Piece
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
KESTEVEN GAME DUTY. IST of persons who have obtained General Certificates, at the rate of Three Pounds Thirteen Shillings and

KESTEVEN GAME DUTY. IST of persons who have obtained General Certificates, at the rate of Three Pounds Thirteen Shillings and

j Sixpence each, for the year 1814, in the parts of KESTEVEN, in the county of Lincoln, to the Sept. 1814. Name. Residence. Name. Residence. Name. Residence. Allix Chas. Esq. Ancaster Atkinson M. Esq. Fulbeck Ashlin R. Skellitigthorpe M. West Deeping Addy William ditto Brownlow
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

(From Saturday's Gazette—May 11.) Peter Crompton, of Manchester, co. Lancaster, merchant, d. & c.—Thomas Houghton, late of Manchester, co. Lancaster, but now of Newton in the Willows, said county, merchant, d. & c.—James Bradock, of Manchester, co. Lancaster, merchant, d. and c.
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
George Heneage, Esq. attended the Prince Regent's Levee on Thursday the 20th inst. and was presented as the High Sheriff

George Heneage, Esq. attended the Prince Regent's Levee on Thursday the 20th inst. and was presented as the High Sheriff

for this county. On Saturday last were cut from one root, in the garden of Mr. George Winks, painter, of Gainsborough, two cowslips of the following large sizes:—one stalk measured inches in length, of an inch in circumference, and produced 55 flowers the other measured length 1
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRIAT poor RACE.— No sporting event, since the great Barclay match, ha* engrossed much attention that commenced at midnight on

GRIAT poor RACE.— No sporting event, since the great Barclay match, ha* engrossed much attention that commenced at midnight on

Friday, on Sunbury Common, betwixt Rainer, a Kentish butcher, and Cross, Captain Barclay's groom, the latter of whom had been six weeks in training, under the direction of the Captain, and was in perfect condition ; as was Rainer also, who was managed R. Grinley. A marquee for t
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WINCHESTER GAOL.

WINCHESTER GAOL.

the 'Taunton Courier of May 20$.] When Sir Francis JJurdett was questioned in the House of Commons a few weeks aj*o, by Mr. Dickinson, to his intention of adopting any further proceedings, founded the petition the bath rioters, who were confined in flchester gaol, his answer gav
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLN, MAY 27. MARRIED. On Monday the 24th, (by the Rev. Sir Charles Anderson, Bart.) Mr. Betham, of South Carlton,

LINCOLN, MAY 27. MARRIED. On Monday the 24th, (by the Rev. Sir Charles Anderson, Bart.) Mr. Betham, of South Carlton,

to Catherine, fifth daughter of the Rev. George Jepson. the 14th inst. Mr. Edward Fowler, of Binbrook, to Miss Turner, daughter of Mr. John Turner, farmer and grazier, of Doddington, near Sleaford. At Louth, on Monday last, Mr. Chas. Caley, wharfinger, of Hull, to Miss Ann Rands
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MONEY. , , T.TIE Sum of =£7ooo wanted, on a very ample ana highly-cultivated Freehold Estate, the county of Li:

MONEY. , , T.TIE Sum of =£7ooo wanted, on a very ample ana highly-cultivated Freehold Estate, the county of Li:

.coin, either in one sum, or in two separatesumsot £ and *£3ooo.— The interest will he paid reguh try half-year, or as the mortgagee d rect. For further particulars apply at the alto of Messrs. and SON, solicitors, Barton upon Lumber. N.B. Several smaller Sums are ready be advan
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
I peculiar pleasure we have t<» remind our r'.-aders that M*r. WILLIAMS, the Oculist, From don, will BE at LINCOLN

I peculiar pleasure we have t<» remind our r'.-aders that M*r. WILLIAMS, the Oculist, From don, will BE at LINCOLN

tl 29th iiist.; i- TATORD the Ist j MARKET DEETING the 2d June; TB'E 4thand sth; COVENTRY th.e and Uth; the city of V ARWICK T E JQTH and 11th; NOKTHAMPJ 0 , I ' 3th; BEDFORD the 15th; and HERTFCRD 1,1 —in order to give his opinion to those who cannot ma ke it convenient to atte
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England