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WHITE LEAD WORKS.

WHITE LEAD WORKS.

TO BE LET, A Capital MILL, WAREHOUSES, and BUILDINGS, wherein the manuJactiiie HITE LEAD has been carried on for some time past, situate at Spring-How, near Kingston-upon-Hull, together with pood DWELLING-HOUSE, suitable for the Residence the Manager the W'orks.—The Mill is »eve
April 30, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TUESDAY, 30, 1816. Printed and Published ROBERT PECK, at his Office, No. 36, Scale-Lane, HULL. The ROYAL PILOT, incrense their

TUESDAY, 30, 1816. Printed and Published ROBERT PECK, at his Office, No. 36, Scale-Lane, HULL. The ROYAL PILOT, incrense their

value labour, bring them to market with less expence, and with the certainty of the best prices. Those States, understanding their interest, will not be diverted from its pursuit. In tire encouragement manufactures, they find a stimulus for agriculture. The manufacturers cotton,
April 30, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
RENDER ani» BUTTERFIELD’S lats COPARTNERSHIP.

RENDER ani» BUTTERFIELD’S lats COPARTNERSHIP.

Partnerkhiji heretofore carried on at Hunelet, in the parish of Lcedkin the county of York, between WILLIAM RE>wEH, of Bishop Thornton, in the said county, and KOREKT BUTTEI?FIELD, of Striven with Tentergate, in the said county. Flax and Tow Spinners, is DISSOLVED by mutual cons
April 30, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

THE Creditors of THOMAS DIXON, of WoodcKiirch, are requested at the George .Inn, Ashford, on TUESDA\ NEXT, the 7tli of May, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, receive a first and final dividend their respective, debts. IVnodchurch, April 29, 1816. Families, innkeepers, &e. GINGE
April 30, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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April 30, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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Cantab Humour.

Cantab Humour.

A ropy of the following paper his been sent every member of the University of Cambridge UTOPIA PSIFEHStTr, 1816. Algebra.— Find the actual value 0, ar.il from hence explain the genera) expression man sending a circular letter to his creditors. Hcwton —find the periodic time of t
April 30, 1816 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
t-j'n I’- nt ir«rks. hi* ALT: 1 lON, I>V .loi'S Wood. ()• Itt; hv *’ie May, I',, ten ‘.lie morning,

t-j'n I’- nt ir«rks. hi* ALT: 1 lON, I>V .loi'S Wood. ()• Itt; hv *’ie May, I',, ten ‘.lie morning,

i til- Premises, occupied burner, Knowles I' >■ per, (. jlico i’ninerr, Tyl,-,Uy Banks, I.; ir !S| I'll] ; Valuable STOCK inters' and D’.cachcti' a. V t>«, ,y.‘ cuitiprisiug cop-tr end iron pai s, wood, .touc. -.i.l m'l i,rris, |-rii• lin >• tildes, nil? opltal cylinder maihme,
April 30, 1816 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
House in Whitehaven.

House in Whitehaven.

House Whitehaven. TO be SOLD Auction, the Rivet tiM. in Whitehaven, WEDNESDAY pint Day May, 1816, (at Scwno’Clockinth* Evenin A Freehold DWELLING HOUSE anJ SHOP, situate in (hr Market Pbee. in Wlalehaecn afonwili, between the Shopa of MV. John Cantfmrait* and Mr. J*«n Motmtar, no
April 30, 1816 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
sAL.Ii i»V By yirtuc of r«mml«ion from the Hon. t,ie , - . r<, Commissioner? Majesty’s Treasury. to .1- l

sAL.Ii i»V By yirtuc of r«mml«ion from the Hon. t,ie , - . r<, Commissioner? Majesty’s Treasury. to .1- l

t ;he’?SnTA ARMS INN. GOSPORT. TUCUSDAY, May !). Eleven, fINHE NAVAL am! ORDNANCE SPORES of the Frigate l Melpomene, consisting Anchors. Cables. Hawsers, Sails, Standing and Running Ktgffn . Junk Panerstuff. Masts. Yanis, Spurs. Blocks, l.cagers, HJt I.cager , Guns. Carrm.a.les,
April 30, 1816 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SALE POSTPONED..

SALE POSTPONED..

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Py CHARLES LEPINF., . THURSDAY, May 9,1816. (instead of the Sd as before advertised), on the Premises, the < . Household Furniture and Stock in Tradry ; of Mr. Pratnv, Grocer, near Charthem: Consisting of four-post bedsteads and hangings, good feather beds
April 30, 1816 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England