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MRS. CLOUGH RElpeafully informs the adies of Sheffield, and the vicinity, that the is returned LONDON, with an elegant afrortment

MRS. CLOUGH RElpeafully informs the adies of Sheffield, and the vicinity, that the is returned LONDON, with an elegant afrortment

of FASHIONABLE GOODS, which wfll be open for their infpeftion on Monday, May i 3th, and hope will be found worthy their attention.
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

I. The Work will make fuui - large Volumes in Ot - tavo, hand. lonely printed f-nm a correa copy lett by the author, on a new :etter raper ; and wil be continued in Weekly Number* without intermirlion, till complet”d. 11. Edition will contain (in notes, &Una from the author's te
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Nviwg SHEFFIELD, May 10, 1793

Nviwg SHEFFIELD, May 10, 1793

Yefferday Samuel Fox, Edge tr . :it:J .- maker, in Scotland-flreet, was taken into the cuftody of the Conliable:, and carried before R. A. Athorpe, Efq ; at Dinnington, charged with having, under pretences, obtained goods as well from Manufafturing, as Mercantile Houfes, here.—O
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEzDINUS.

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEzDINUS.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, May 6. The Houle in a Committee went into the confl Aeration of Lord Rawdon's Debtor and Creditor Dill. The debate on the claufe was maintained by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Thurlow. Lord Kenyon, and Lord Rawdan. . . The Commi•tee went through the bill as
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, May 8,

LONDON, May 8,

day and yelterday; fo much has the public attention been occupied b the proceedings ot Parliament on the quefhon of Re arm, that no reports of coafettecnee refpoding the affairs ot tae Continent have been in circulation. The aaions, tjaough terminated to the difadvantage of the
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

At Wirldworth, in Derbythire, liJ ThurfdaY, Mr. 7. Burton, baker.—His wife, who was pregnant of ,her'feventh clild, was fo agitated when the heard the doleful . *nand of the paffirg bell that the milearried ; and on Saturday evening, whillt the bell was tolling for the funeral o
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO THE PUI3GIC.

TO THE PUI3GIC.

THE Editor had agreed to (apply the proprietors of the learned Judge's celebrated Commentaries with Notes and Additions tor A new Ed;tion, which had already gone to the prefa; out would needling have required foetal months to have completed fo large a w ,rk, and circumilances ha
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Wednefday's Poft.

Wednefday's Poft.

From the LONDON G A EDI E. Vienna, .dpril 20. . , HER Imperial Majelly was veftegday delivered of a Prince, who ss as this 'day bnptifed by the names of Ferdinand , Charles, Leopold, Jo leph. Francis, Marcellin. Gaz, rorrmay, Apr:l 29. A fkirmifh yefterday took place between the
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Thurfday's Post. From the LONDON GAZETTE. '7 sagrilay, May 3.

Thurfday's Post. From the LONDON GAZETTE. '7 sagrilay, May 3.

ON the inflant the French attacked the advanced pofts of the left v ing of the Combined Army, but were repulfed in all their attempts. On the fame morning the French also attacked the advanced polls on the center, but were there likewife repulfect : They fuffered in tisefe •feve
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
(Containing as Pofiiirspu of the Ifiednelday Evazing London Papers.)

(Containing as Pofiiirspu of the Ifiednelday Evazing London Papers.)

(Containing as Pofiiirspu the Ifiednelday Evazing London Papers.) Friday's Poll. Fraik/ort, April 29. THE day before yellerday the Saxons ereeted a sconce on the Rhine point. The French endeavoured to prevent it, by a heavy cannonade, but it did not reach the workmen. Meanwhile t
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Public Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England