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Duke of York has ordered the troops, '"in the garrifons and barracks to be fup* plied with an addiional quantity of coals, i till the of March. [•Murray is appointed to the tommand of the rigatc, in the room Captain Pierrepoint. B. Danvers, is appointed to command the ►Le Blanc
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
applicable many oibef cafes, therein* revertbelefs, wife and benevolent man would think of introducing change. Whether we confider the in

applicable many oibef cafes, therein* revertbelefs, wife and benevolent man would think of introducing change. Whether we confider the in

a political, moial, or religious view, or as lending to the produftion of general happinefs : in all thele hufyltcm would, I appuhend, prove unfavourable. Let it be granted that the bias given to pub'tc feniiment is derived from 'he opinion of authors; then I contend that it wou
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ptu-le, ha« quitted Egypt. Thrtnealure adopted in tnibark, and tlude the veffelg. cruizing on the trom Datnicita, to Alexandria, are

ptu-le, ha« quitted Egypt. Thrtnealure adopted in tnibark, and tlude the veffelg. cruizing on the trom Datnicita, to Alexandria, are

not known, Gen. Klebcr is Commander in Chief, ad interim. The Grand Vizier arrived at Jaffa, about the beginning of September and after few days relt, was to fet out to crofs the ddart of Gaza, in older to enter Egypt. Commodcr- Sir Sydney Smith and Seid Alt Bey, were to combine
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The (fy'rtg, and are praßil'ed j every Have can weave, and every few the Negroes tan and leather with great

The (fy'rtg, and are praßil'ed j every Have can weave, and every few the Negroes tan and leather with great

expedition. Moft the African blacklmitha are quainted with the method gold, and into wire. At Malacotta, very good ts mal'- from the ground nuts. In Kasrta, and Bamharra, the natives make very hats, balkets, and other articles, from rulhes and wd which they (fain of different co
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MONDAY, Dei FROM THE LON DO TO AT ETER Hill, of Piccadilly, uphol binfon, Charter-houfe-fquare. bakkfopi* SU»aEND£I othsrwife Fowie, of

MONDAY, Dei FROM THE LON DO TO AT ETER Hill, of Piccadilly, uphol binfon, Charter-houfe-fquare. bakkfopi* SU»aEND£I othsrwife Fowie, of

W{ and baker. Attorney, Mi. Samuel Tobias Appieyard, Leeds, Yorklhiri hies, Mr. James Lambert, No. 3c Nickolfon and Upton, Leeds. DIVIDENDS AT CUILDI Jan, In. Michael Boveil, Weft S ironmonger, jan, xl, Rob. Taylor, of the High-ftre Jan. xz. John Forbes and Robert houfeman. Jan.
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
(Signed)

(Signed)

** Hooves Bernard ATION OF THE COM OF THE ARMY Commander in Chi ** Soldiers, the Conful#of the to me the Conftitution, tl which, after fo many real Political fiiocks, is to fix the dell This Compact, which, by orga ernmert gives the Citizens a pi their perfons and property, and
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Deal, 26th December, 1799. ALL perfons to whom Mt. John Durban flood indebted the time of his deceafe, and have

Deal, 26th December, 1799. ALL perfons to whom Mt. John Durban flood indebted the time of his deceafe, and have

not yet delivered in their bills, are re-juefted to tranfmit the fame to Mr. Benjamin Durban, Beach Street, Deal, one of the Executors, on or before Monday, the January, 1800. otherwife they will not
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
RUBBERY.

RUBBERY.

WHEREAS on Saturday night, or early on Sunday morning lai*, the fowl-houfe Richabp Baker, of Word, near Sandwich, was broke open, and TEN COUPLE of FO\VL3 (folen whoever will give information againll the offenders, f;> chat they may be convi£led, (hall receive reward of Five Gtn
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
if N IN 1 1 L'. b. THE paridiioncrs of the pariftit-s Swarfcomb and Stone, in Kent, having occafion to

if N IN 1 1 L'. b. THE paridiioncrs of the pariftit-s Swarfcomb and Stone, in Kent, having occafion to

borrow 4COI. towards cumpleating Workhoufe, have ref >lvea to procure tiie fame on ■Annuities 'or Lives to be not the Raiifh Rates, and fecured from the Churchwardens and Overfcers, and a fuflicient number principal Inhabitants the id parifhes. Ferfons, inclined advance the mone
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOR SALE,

FOR SALE,

FREEHOLD ESTATE, contiguous to the town Jx of lovor, confiding cf two capital meffuages, gardens, &c. commanding an extenfivc view the fea and adjacent country Alfo eight well-built cottages, with acre of meadow land adjoining the whi.le.—The fituation on an eafy afeent, and may
December 31, 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England