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York Assizes.-Price v. Sandy's.

York Assizes.-Price v. Sandy's.

This was a cause which excited much interest in the North. The real plaintiffs were the Magistrates of the county of Durham, and the defendant was an eminent architect, residing in Manchester-square, London.— About the year 1809, the Magistrates having determined to erect new co
April 8, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARTIN COTTAM, Damask & Diaper Weaver, DONINGTON, Lincolnshire, respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he has

MARTIN COTTAM, Damask & Diaper Weaver, DONINGTON, Lincolnshire, respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he has

fitted looms to weave Damask to any possible pattern of which a drawing can be sent, from three to nine quarters wide. A variety of new patterns of flowers and animals, with elegant fancy borders, in the most approved manner, Gentlemen's coats of arms, ladies' or gentlemen s nam
April 8, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
the next of Kin of the Rev Nathaniel North, deceased. HEREAS the Rev. NATHANIEL NORTH, late Rector of Aswarby, in

the next of Kin of the Rev Nathaniel North, deceased. HEREAS the Rev. NATHANIEL NORTH, late Rector of Aswarby, in

the county of Lincoln, died on the 16th of March last: all persons interested in the state of his affairs, may receive information respecting them by applying to CAPTAIN EYLLS, Loddington, near Kettering, Northamptonshire. Mr. Richard Bullymore's Sale Notes. THE several persons
April 8, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Grantham, April 4th, 1814. To SOAP-MAKF.RS. To be DISPOSED OF by PRIVATE CONTRACT, AN IRON PAN and CURVE, capable of

Grantham, April 4th, 1814. To SOAP-MAKF.RS. To be DISPOSED OF by PRIVATE CONTRACT, AN IRON PAN and CURVE, capable of

bringing off Ton of Soap ; together with 2 Stands of Frames, Portable Lie Pump, &c. Apply to Mr. R. Storr, auctioneer, Grantham ; if by letter, post paid. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, unexpired Term of the Lease (being years) of a capital DECOY, in good repair, with Cottage a
April 8, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT for SEPTEMBER.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT for SEPTEMBER.

The crops of Wheat, on coming to the flail, prove light and thin, as might have been from the genera! blight that preceded their cutting; but few samples have hitherto been shewn in Mark-lane that come up the average weight sound bread corn. The most productive wheat lands of Ke
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

LONDON, THURSDAY , OCT. 6. Strong expectations are entertained that the brilliant 'achievement at Washington has put the finishing stioke to the vain pretensions of Madison and the war party in America. The present state of that country must be dreadful—indeed intolerable; and w
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

LORD YARBOROUGH'S FOX Hounds will meet at " lingham House on Monday the 10th at S<>- merby House on Wednesday the 12th, at Way Dales on Friday the 14th, and at the Kennel on Saturday the 15th—on each day Eleven o'clock.
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Cambridge, Oct. 3.

Cambridge, Oct. 3.

On Saturday last Messrs. Mill and Peacock, B. A. were elected Fellows of Trinity college. Mr. B. Philpot, B. A. of Christ college, is elected a Foundation Fellow ; and Mr. James Law, B.A. a Finch Fellow of that society. Dr. Brown, late Master of Christ's college, has withdrawn h
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
DONCASTER RACES Concluded.

DONCASTER RACES Concluded.

Thursday, Sept. 29, Sweepstakes of 20gs. each, with 20gs. added, for 3-year-old fillies, was won by Mr. Gascoigne's b. by Orville, beating Mr. Pierse's b. by Dick Andrews, and another. 2to 1 and 5t02 on the winner; a good race.—The Club Stakes of 30gs. each, h. ft. was walked ov
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Commercial Herald.

Commercial Herald.

SMITH? n, MondaifcOct. 3. Beef 4s 4d to 4d I Veal'. Od to 7s Mutton...ss 4d Fork Oil to 8> Head of Cattle—Beasts about 2,410. —Sheep and Lambs 17,700.—Calves 180.—Pigs 320. RAW HIDES. —Best Heifersand Steersfper st.) 2s. 9D. to 3s. 4d.—Middling, 2s. 6d. to 2s. Bd.—Ordinary, 2s.
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England