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PATRIOTIC FIND.

PATRIOTIC FIND.

LLOYD'S, tn..: :9, 'SO3. T a GENERAL, MEETING of the SNUB. I. SCRIBERS for the RELIEF and REWARD of the DEFENDERS of their COUNTRY who may sufkr, or by their exertions merit, in the Public Service, BROOK WATSON, ESQ. CHAIR; The .Chairman reported, that in addition to the 200031.
August 1, 1803 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
RIDDLES MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-aim DA.,)

RIDDLES MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-aim DA.,)

RIDDLES MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-aim Coirsrmtor AND FItADD.--.-4 Roland was put to the bar on an indictment charging him with having conspired, with a person named Hanson, to defraud Col. Whately, and with having difrauded hint of thirty guineas. The factoof,tfle case were, that in con
October 21, 1823 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
W* ANTED toTURCHASE,- within Thirty or Forty Miles of London, a LANDED•ESTATE, With a suitable Residence for a genteel Family,

W* ANTED toTURCHASE,- within Thirty or Forty Miles of London, a LANDED•ESTATE, With a suitable Residence for a genteel Family,

of the value of from Ten to Fifteen Thousand Poundi: Apply to Messrs. Dann and Teasdale, Solicitors, Tliteadteedle-streer, London. CRANFORD-BRIDGE INN, and POST-OFFICE, Fourteen Miles from London, on the Bath and Oxford Road. ADAMS (from the Grecian Coffee - -house), has begs le
October 6, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 6, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 30, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
AN ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC.

AN ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC.

WlTH,Claims, where Fortune has been most liberal, and constant in her Gifts—and where LARGE PkAZES, in the Five last Lotteries, to the Amount of above °Hundred Thousand Pounds, have been Sold, Shared, i s w rc d, and, Paid on Demand—with these pretensions, E - presumes td solici
December 18, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TO. THE FACULTY.

TO. THE FACULTY.

AGENTLEMAN well qualifiecl.for the Meal. cal P . rofession,-wlshes to enter into PAR TN E RSHI P with a I'ra - di - timer of respectable and' extensive Business in any large **Country Town within too miles ,of London he will have no objection to taking very 'a ye - part in the B
December 18, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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December 18, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
A TRAVELLER.

A TRAVELLER.

APerson Thirty-five-Yearcdf Age, who; has agenerat knowledge of Business, .arut travelled in the TIOSIERI, SOAP, CANDLE, HOP, CYDER, C),OVER-SEED; and,CHEESE Tkt..ADESl.wnitld be happy to engage 'with a respectable 1-louse either in Town or Cotintry. For ability, integrity, Sze.
March 9, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ARCHER and HAUGHTON fiorn Dublin, IRISH . POPLIN and TABIIINET- MANUFACTURERS and MERCERS to HER• Their - Roial,Highne6ses the Prince

ARCHER and HAUGHTON fiorn Dublin, IRISH . POPLIN and TABIIINET- MANUFACTURERS and MERCERS to HER• Their - Roial,Highne6ses the Prince

and Princess of. Wales,' Duke and- Dutchess of -'s drk, Dutchess of Wirternberg, and the i'rincesses, , No; B, , Henrietta-street, Covent-garthn, London. The elevated 'patronage of Her Majesty, the ditti!rent ranches 0 ; the ,Royal lanuiv, and Ladies of •the first 'iank and fa.)
September 5, 1801 - Sun (London) - London, London, England