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Cir\'l'Otf‘ 01T. Pr DCArN^o. MU- tV-w-vof .'■-tiifv of r f clr ctly hv,. ■" the require adJii|on r>t , withddin;

Cir\'l'Otf‘ 01T. Pr DCArN^o. MU- tV-w-vof .'■-tiifv of r f clr ctly hv,. ■" the require adJii|on r>t , withddin;

the not t.o Yorkflure, icl 1 j 4j in Huh, wno. * packet the been thoroufhiy may by on# , _ anon ia bottle the OU. the Printer. .rs arc frctjaently ren 'erej worfe th« DiforJcrs •! rcmr ,ties; deaf nets lo lelaom auons, Jl.u many pci funs affivdtei relieved >4lllts therchoote to
July 18, 1816 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WONDSY

WONDSY

A petition w»» presented from some inhabitants of Boclu ster against the return Mr. Barnett, the ground briber” and corruption. d/r. /P. Smith stated that an extent in aid had been issued, under very improper circiimslani c». against a Mr- Smith, of Bdsloli, who was btur to Dalt
July 6, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT,

To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT,

To SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, Security for Filly-Five Founds, seenrei! arising from Toll-tlatop*, Tornp-ko from Itlyllie Mars'i, lo l. Nic, near Ciieroile, in county Stafford, for wliicli sum live pound, per cent, per mimiin, is paid. To Ircnl for'be same apply Mr. BUT I'KHTON,' Soli
July 6, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
T’lfßD DAY.—Wbonrsuay.

T’lfßD DAY.—Wbonrsuay.

DAY.— The morning was nnfoilnnately runy. which prevented that had heen Mr. Coke, to farm Mr. Overinan, Burnham. In llic mean lime, the carcases of prize sheep were e.xhihilcd, the weights of which were follow, viz.— Mr. Kendal's .down shearlmg wclher—Carcase rtst. fit Is;. skin
July 20, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
k. are sorry t > hrar dial owing (o the ign ranee *it [i-inr ramiiies in 1 lit- have refnaeit

k. are sorry t > hrar dial owing (o the ign ranee *it [i-inr ramiiies in 1 lit- have refnaeit

to have their rhi'ilien inornhi'ed with the C'«W|i»x the Sinall|io\ is very general.ami has |iroTctl fatal lu several children. Friday hist empty waggon draw zenttirn, pass 'd through Shrewshnry, reliirn Inwards Wellin-rlnn. The women were slated to tic the wi»es of some of the
July 20, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
IMPROMPTU.

IMPROMPTU.

UXSLCCERSFLL CAYf>II>ATE AOAITCST MR. MOYEY, OTTO BASSET. Old jokes, old saw? and sayings. T , all your store wit, How comes then you Money makes the * More go This seems to strange orthography. One of tho French Journalists consoles his readers for the absence of all tm-an.i qu
July 20, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ARRIVED HERE.

ARRIVED HERE.

Duke of Gordon, Duke Buccleugh, Marquis Marquis Cornwallis, of Shnttefbury, Lord Bray brook. Lord Glaftonbury, Lady Baring and family, Hon. Mrs. Tufon, Sir W. Macltn, Gen. Grenville, Col. IWner. Col. Policy, Col Birch, Lieut.-Col, Gfry, Lieut.-wol. and Mrs. Jon**g, Major Burton,
July 4, 1816 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

THURSDAY—I.ord moved an Addrrf* Regent, (fimilar t<* that recently voted the n* mona). for the ru*pofe the minds the Negroes the W« ft-Indie*. Carried uoanimoully. , * heaver The and Itifh -r Bill went through a Committee, r two amendnient* moved by Earl GaosvrNoa. one f«.r redu
July 4, 1816 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Private classical tuition. 1 * Htv. J. RADCEIFFE receives a limited j)r„ '‘ ,ub <!' private puj not exceeding eight,

Private classical tuition. 1 * Htv. J. RADCEIFFE receives a limited j)r„ '‘ ,ub <!' private puj not exceeding eight,

whose . n)f> in classical knowledge will be the object of his ' Mc, "'n»B atientitin Precincts. Julv 26. 1816. AI ONE SHU LIN J PER MILE, HEAD INN. ROCHESTER h , S. HOT.fiOWAY |®SPF.CTFULLY informs the Public, that contiimts the above price Posting, and trusts that Lulling able
July 30, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT.

To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT.

To be SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT. ALL that new built TENEMENT or COTXIL TAGE, and piece or parcel of LAN D, containing bv estiraaiion two acres, more or less, situate, ing, and being in the palish Womenswould, in the county of Kent, adjoining Lunds where the Beacon stands, and now in
July 30, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England