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Thursday & Friday's Posts.

Thursday & Friday's Posts.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Constantinople, Dec. 20. the laft meeting of the 18. Divan, when intelligence of a 1 very unpleafant tendency is . ' to been received, orders were given prepare a fleet with the utmoft the Black line *- a P >'is the feveral fhips of the p mme afTemblcd the Cap-
02 March 1791 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

LONDON, January 9. THURSDAY morning, half pall nine o'clock, Her Royal the Princefs Wales was fafldy delivered of a daughter, at Carletonhoufe, Pall-mall. Her Royal Highnefs was taken ill about feven o'clock the preceding evening, when notice of her expected delivery was to his
09 January 1796 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
May 30. HAIR-POWDER TAX. a e P \i^rmed y that i itlls jor wearing Hair-powder are now ihe Siump-GJuc, in

May 30. HAIR-POWDER TAX. a e P \i^rmed y that i itlls jor wearing Hair-powder are now ihe Siump-GJuc, in

Si. GiteA Broad freet, Harwich-, and the undermentioned perfons in the county of Norfolk. Tbe Gommiffioners have defired me to inform the public, that ««though the duty commenced on the 6th inft. no perfon will be liable to the penalties of the aft, who (hall make the entry requ
30 May 1795 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
to ikrr, T. • With immediate Pofft "AT molt capital, convenient, and cuftomed INN,know the name the Maid's Head, &t..S>imon's,

to ikrr, T. • With immediate Pofft "AT molt capital, convenient, and cuftomed INN,know the name the Maid's Head, &t..S>imon's,

Norwich fling feveral very cliambers, fix club ms, one very large dmine room, ca. pable of dining upwards of 150 Perfom. _ Good Stabling for 80 Horfe?. The Furniture may be taken at fair Appraifement., jSSiSrV enquire of Robert Harvey,-Efq. or of Meifrs. Folter, Son and Unthank,
30 May 1795 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
supposed to STRAW Frcm out of a pafturc of CHRISTOPHER s V Mruhurr, Saturday May Brown Bay FI.LLY, the cart

supposed to STRAW Frcm out of a pafturc of CHRISTOPHER s V Mruhurr, Saturday May Brown Bay FI.LLY, the cart

kind, two ft ' 2 a l - and » the off foot behind 'undi'tbVhoVy Wbit *' fal '' giving Information of the fhmay be bad.again, fhall receive a reward ONE GUINEA and ail reafonable cx;.enccs by the faid Smith. Town South Creake, the Hundred croft, in Norfolk. L The Day of MAY, fuppo
30 May 1795 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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TO SOLD, f And may be o n Immetli if, . A HOUSE, in excellent repair, a village m the

TO SOLD, f And may be o n Immetli if, . A HOUSE, in excellent repair, a village m the

county of Suffolk: two parlors, a ftudy, kitchen, ftorc ro m, lour (teeping rooms, and rooms over them, backhoufe, ftable and other convenient offices, garden and two acres and onwards of land adjoining, within one mile of a turnpike to London.—ll required more land may be had u
30 May 1795 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
VEGETABLE TEA. Mr. ciV) IHAVIi experienced tlie happy and filutiry fcf fcftedrs of your jnftiy-celebrated Tea, beyond parallel j confeq'.ie

VEGETABLE TEA. Mr. ciV) IHAVIi experienced tlie happy and filutiry fcf fcftedrs of your jnftiy-celebrated Tea, beyond parallel j confeq'.ie

which b,,..~! recommend id it, -urfe of tics, with common fuccefs. I havj adopted its ufl- ir» o.vn and many of acquaintance have done the give it univetfai praife. I (hill, therefore, tor commend in all cws which have a tendency to N' . v Difeafes and Inward Weakneifes, and hav
30 May 1795 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
To PUBLIC. I CANNOT doubt for a moment, though it might not be perceived by fome at the-time, that my

To PUBLIC. I CANNOT doubt for a moment, though it might not be perceived by fome at the-time, that my

dtfmiflion from the Hants Conftitutional Clfb was obtained to confirm the unfounded and illiberal insinuations recently me and, abfolved by the act of the gentlemen from tj/s Jrhat have hitlrerto reftrained me, urged m/fclf, and to obviate, as far in injurious confequdnces that
02 August 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WHILE the MORN in INVITING to LOVE.

WHILE the MORN in INVITING to LOVE.

Sung Mr. BARLEY, at Vduxhall. THE fun, when arifing, befpangles the dew, And tints with his glory the fkies All nature's motion, how charming the view, When day is beginning to rifel morning lovely, Maria, awake, Let us hafte to the myrtle alcove, ft ray by the fide of the c yft
02 August 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER RACES, THE day of Winchefter Races, A SWEEPSTAKES of TEN GUINEAS each, p. p. for 4, 5, G, and

WINCHESTER RACES, THE day of Winchefter Races, A SWEEPSTAKES of TEN GUINEAS each, p. p. for 4, 5, G, and

aged horfes, thiee miles, 4 years old, 7ft. lolbs. years ohi, Sft. 7lb>. 6 years old, 9ft. and aged 9ft. 1 lb. Mares allowed ?lbs. To name and on or before the ft anuary, j, To Mr. to John Dunn, Clerk of the Courfe, His R. H. the PRINCE of WALES. His G. the DUKE of BEDFORD. yyy
02 August 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England