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Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. the laft Frcnch Mail wc learn , that the Allies have dropt their Refolution of Mantua Form, which they now think unneceflary,and there fore are determin'd to reduce ic by Famine ; however, they rcfolved to purfuc their Blow the Side of Tyrol, and t.o drive the I
October 16, 1735 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday's Post, by Express.

Friday's Post, by Express.

LONDON. EVENING. general arvitflict.' —At '-ngth the horrorsi of war averted, and the ruin which threatened the North Furope, -dif|Jcl!cd —as arrived yefteroay afternoon; dating, that the Belligerent powers have agreed general armistice for the fpice of turee menths, tor the of
April 29, 1791 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Stamford, Friday April 29.

Stamford, Friday April 29.

the f:/!ivr-fr addition to flfrs. advertifcment, irf rted intb fir/I page, came too to be made in its proper place: " She has juil received of Spruce, in large and fmall I'ots." jTiJ!swi*g alteration in tfce advertifemcnt of Cuttle. taken tv fcijl erring tin Salt Afaij)!•, rcquc
April 29, 1791 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWARK, April 23.

NEWARK, April 23.

Prices of Corn, Sec. ycfterday. Wheat, 475. jn, cd. per qr. PitCo.il, 10s. per for. Rye, 00-i. Yorklhire do. per cliildron. Barley, 25-. 275. od. Salr, til. 10s. pel ton. O.its, tBs. toais. Linfccd CaUcs, per ten. Be.ins, 335. 343. L>ft Tucfday the Reds and Blues this town had a
April 29, 1791 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SALE NOTES. several Persons who gave Notes at Mr. 1. RICHARD BAKER'S Stile, at the RAKES FARM, near S wines

SALE NOTES. several Persons who gave Notes at Mr. 1. RICHARD BAKER'S Stile, at the RAKES FARM, near S wines

head, 011 Ilie twenty-eighth of July last, are desired to pay the same.at the house of Mr. J Essor, the WHEAT SHEAF, on SATURDAY the Twenty-eighth instant, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, where attendance will be given to receive the same. SWINESHEAD, 17th January, 1804. \LI,
January 20, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWARK, December 3.

NEWARK, December 3.

Corn, A'C. yvtcrday. Wheat, -- - 78s. Oats (old), -- - to 2"-- Harley,- - - - 445. JOs :ans. - - - - 48s. to ''» t> ..... scs. tooos RitCoals,! is.od.perton, money On Thurfday lafl: was married at Matlock, the Rev. George Sanders, Wollaton, near Nottingham, to Mifs Catherine Eat
December 4, 1801 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, DECEMBER 3.

CAMBRIDGE, DECEMBER 3.

Tuefday the Rev. William Strong, A. M. of Queer's college, this univerfitv, and Archdeacon or Northampton, was admitted to the degree of D. the fame congregation the Rev. R. B. Dealtry, of Trinity college, was admitted LL. D. ad-en em. fame day Mr. William Wills, of St. John's c
December 4, 1801 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Market Herald.

Market Herald.

MONDAY, MARCH 3. CURRENT PRICE GRAIN. Wheat, 945. to ioBs. Boilers, 80s. to 50s. Pine, 110s. to 120s. Suffolk, 925. od. Rye, 745. to 78s. od. Suull beans, 50s. to64s. Barley 255. 40s. Fine,,6Bs. Vine, 50s. to 60s. Ticks, to 565. Superfine, 645. t® 70s. Vine, 645. Malt, 50s. to -
March 7, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WANTED, AN APPRENTICE to a LINEN and WOOLLEN DRAPER ; one that has ferved Part his Time the molt agreeable.

WANTED, AN APPRENTICE to a LINEN and WOOLLEN DRAPER ; one that has ferved Part his Time the molt agreeable.

Apply tc Mr. HOi.E, Newark. W IM ME ATE A JOURNEYMAN MAKER. —A good Workman lnay have conftant Employ by ■ VSON, Newark.—A married Man the molt agreeable. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AN APPRENTI E TO A SURGEON and APOTHECARY. or further Particulars apply by Letter ( paiifj, to Mtflrs. O
March 7, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Samuel Aliftin, of Cracechurch-fticet, London, man's mercer, and chapman. Jame*. Bell, late Union-buildings, Leather-lane, and finer Holborn, the county Middlesex, carpenter, Knilder, wSer and clwpman. Aaron BroWn, of Barber's-yard, Brown's-lane, the parifh of rbiilUchurch, Spit
February 18, 1791 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England