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LONDON, Ala.y zz

LONDON, Ala.y zz

LONDON, zz This day we received intelligence by a Dutch Mail, which relates the tnovemcnts of the Pruflians on the Rhine, and that the French continucd making fallies from account which has come by the Mail, reprerents the Pruffians as having deceived the French on the Bth 'titia
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, It'lay i 7

LONDON, It'lay i 7

This morning arrived a l)titt:h mail, by it we learn, that tne degraded Munar.th ef Pnltnd has bet n ob'iged to give his confent to the Trituration of tin: permanent Counci : thus the f.crifL e of the Polith to the RuiTian intereft is made to obtain a kind of conilitutional The
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS. May !7.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. May !7.

The Chancellor or the itawbecitter acquainted 'hn Committee, that he deemed it expedient to prop2il aat. the turn of 675,0001. ibould be raifed by me.a. , : of a Lottery, for the fervice of the enftting year. fie laid, that a negociation for tne purcnale of tickets had been let
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF KING's BENCE'.

COURT OF KING's BENCE'.

rams.- PENLINGTOh, V. COOK and Other:. T HE Plaintiff, Mr Penlingfun, I, a chvmift, a furt eon and apothecary, and man midwife.and lives at No. 1, Bridge Road, Lambeth. The De fendant, is a green grocer, and lives a few doors from him. _ . The atlion was brought by the Plaiwilf,
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ADVERTISER

ADVERTISER

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May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LORD RAWDON's BILL.

LORD RAWDON's BILL.

THE following are the principal claufes of the Bill, cnti led, " An Aet for amending the Law of Imprisonment on Mefne Procefi ; for bette regulating the Ltw and prattice of ; and for the relief of qnfortunate, and the puniihment of fraudulent inlolvent Deb-ors. 1. That from and
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. H3LI',E OF LORDS.

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. H3LI',E OF LORDS.

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. H3L I ',E OF LORDS. Tburfday, May 16. AFTER a debate of confiderable length, their Lordfhips agreed to proceed further in the Trial or Mr Hollings. Their Lordfhips then agreed to go into a further Committee on the Dehto• and Crr...iitoi. Bill on Wed nei
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
By the Rev. EDWARD BARRY, L. L. D.

By the Rev. EDWARD BARRY, L. L. D.

This work is not only calculated fir Magi Grates, Barrifters, Attornies, Par;ili Officers, &c. out ado for Gentlemen, Merchants, Tradelrma and Farm. re ; as the multiplicity of :Air impoils render filch a code of LAW a &Cable companKn. z, 3, and 4, will be illuttrated with heads
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ADDRRU TO THE PUBLIC

ADDRRU TO THE PUBLIC

IN the commencement of undertaking of the prefent nature Come ace generally espeeted to be given on what ground or pretence public fupport is foticited. Such martins dre too frequently accompenitd by magnificent promifes which never can be, and, perlups never are intended to be
May 24, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England