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CHINO’S WORM LOZENGES.

CHINO’S WORM LOZENGES.

is a f.'Ct (he annual llilli Murtalily that one half the children born are cut off before attainiiȣ seven years age, and fruitful source this mortality found exist in that foul state of the stomach and bowels which produces the generation of worms. the safe restorer of infantin
June 7, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
wlaricttftf. THE BOTTLES’ COMPLAINT; OR, THE REMONSTRANCE OF PORT AND HIS FELLOW PRISONERS. Addressed to Mr. F. a Gentleman rather

wlaricttftf. THE BOTTLES’ COMPLAINT; OR, THE REMONSTRANCE OF PORT AND HIS FELLOW PRISONERS. Addressed to Mr. F. a Gentleman rather

tenacious of JVine. Pent like your in their marble homes. Or silent mummies their catacombs; Sunk old saw-dust to the very chin. Hear the dull tenants of your bin. The generous fluid which our bodies hold Would fire saint or make coward bold; Soothe o'er .a l»ankru|ilcy, or doub
June 7, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ar the Karl Dartmouth will appoinlnt V ut-Liciilcnaut this couulj, in the Karl Talhol. '|'he llev. Robert Xare=, Si.A. Arch(b‘4Con

ar the Karl Dartmouth will appoinlnt V ut-Liciilcnaut this couulj, in the Karl Talhol. '|'he llev. Robert Xare=, Si.A. Arch(b‘4Con

‘»f Slallonl, hold hi-i Visilatioii al on. Monday iln* al Slalfonl, Tm-s.liy the ; and al Walsall, ll»e‘2sll* days ol June, IBt7. R. q. M. for ibis borough, pi*! sided , ilje Kill Club dinner, WolverliamjMon ar.d during evening made several elegant, and appropriate Speeches. his
June 7, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

CORRESPONDENTS. Having ueerr found Correspondents form their promises fter the insertion of their communications, l'c»if<; must excuse the omission Ids,; tin same time would recommend him to Vead more (at least and write less.
June 7, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
/n ht wet Xirholn't U.inkruptry.

/n ht wet Xirholn't U.inkruptry.

/n wet U.inkruptry. i.S iia-ilcr.ipt v and i&.>uid agai;o.t no»s. l.»*eiK «o the County L<>uk*-r>M(*t, I •mi r, Dealer a*:d r.au. lie bung t!t-i-iarod Hanlrupt. L-’U-nj rvij .in J -.urr*‘ndei loiiiNtli' <*i - U.e m.«jor I’art U»e«:i. ai»-.i •bo i. j md, a;:{| authoioid. l.'ia Nn*
June 2, 1817 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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S> &

& Thrift nn,l f.u rrpo>J Ca»nl C Till - . l*uMic are re^pfofully tint a new C<Mitra«t VRSSKI.H , d f I.F.r.DS 1.1 It COOK, under Finn •• Th-mut I C>*. at ami oH'i C>. at Uvcrpoid.’* which t»e f«»r. to and Kancadiire. WestaMTidanJ, with <*«r»* and Oi^pa*ch. W-.-fl wi!| on every Wr
June 2, 1817 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The King's Birth—Bee Regatta.

The King's Birth—Bee Regatta.

The anniversary our beloved Sovereign's birth was celebrated in this city with the usual rejoicings -- the ringing of the bells the different churches," displaying the Union Flag on the Castle, and the firing of a salute. About three o'clock, the banks of the River began to occu
June 6, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Cabbage. —There was growing list Thursday se'nnlghtin a Garden at Douglas. Man) seven in height; with a goldfinch's nrst and

Cabbage. —There was growing list Thursday se'nnlghtin a Garden at Douglas. Man) seven in height; with a goldfinch's nrst and

tro eggs ia it!— The cabbage is of the Scotch kale species. Grand !—Saturday, pursuant to an athrertisenient in the public papers for several days, there was to grand dinner of the Gentlemen the Hampden Club, at the Freemasons' Tavern, Great Quoin-street, s Inn Fields. Dinner wa
June 6, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MINE HE A D TUR XPIKE.

MINE HE A D TUR XPIKE.

MINE D TUR XPIKE. TOLLS arijiinjt at the Dtinstor Gatp, Timherfcomht Gate. Gate, F.xlnirtge Gala, Monkfilver Gate, W.itcliet E.ilt ami South Eall Gates, Kob* hery-Lane Gate, and Ragland Caftle G-te, belonging to this Turnpike, not having been let, in auction for titat purpofe. It
June 5, 1817 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
WOODY ATS INN, DORSET. Innkeeper* if Others. -TO be SOLD bv A without 1 and free from ail incumbrances, the

WOODY ATS INN, DORSET. Innkeeper* if Others. -TO be SOLD bv A without 1 and free from ail incumbrances, the

premises, by il.c Assignees «l Charles Wo,ley, bankrupt., o. Wednesday the I lib day June the afternoon,—That well known and long INN called WOODYATS INN, the centre and onlv Postinir Hou'e between Salisbury and which has always been held est, f n » , '°"' the families travellin
June 2, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England