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cURIOUS FRENCH LOPE TRIAL.

cURIOUS FRENCH LOPE TRIAL.

ON the 18th of No vem b er , i sot, a curious trial in a love affair was decided by the. Tribunal at Touldme, of which dm following are the particulars : A ybung peasant, of the name or Lay Fay, of the department of A rriegr, fell in love with Mari.t Arigm, in the parish of Cdss
29 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- .• This Day published, In Three m Volues, 12mo Price i 3.5. boards, A DELAINE MOWBRAY; or, the MOTHER

- .• This Day published, In Three m Volues, 12mo Price i 3.5. boards, A DELAINE MOWBRAY; or, the MOTHER

and DAUGHTER. A Tale. By Mrs. ONE. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rtes, • and Orme, No. - 39, Paten-Lester-row. Of whom may he had, lately published, by the same Author, I. The FATHER awl DAUGHTER ; a Tale, with a Fronlispiece.. The 4th edition, price -45.. dd., boards-2. POEMS. In
12 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GRAND SPRING LOTTERY.

GRAND SPRING LOTTERY.

. . SCHEME. • N0..0f Prizes. Value of each. T.;tal. Value. 2 • of - L. 30,000 . are , 2 40,0(10 3 - • 10,000 . 3 • .5,000 " 15,900 , - 5 2,000 10,000 8 I o ,oGO 8,000 _ - - 500 - 7,000 - 100 - 5,000 , ^ ,50 - " 5,000 - 20 - 120,000 50 100 6,000 30;000 Tickets L. 00,000 Tart of t
13 April 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MA R KE T S.

MA R KE T S.

CORN-EXCHANGE, Monday, May 13, 1905. We had but a middling supply of Wheat to-day, and a few picked samples (as was the case last Mcnday,) fetched higher prices than generally quoted. Barley is dull in sale, and Malt equally fiat, and rather cheaper. White Pease have not varied
14 May 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
-4, CORNHILL, and 9, CBARING CROSS. T. BISEL Contractor for the present Lottery, returns his most grateful Thanks to the

-4, CORNHILL, and 9, CBARING CROSS. T. BISEL Contractor for the present Lottery, returns his most grateful Thanks to the

Nobility, Gentry, and Pdblic in general, for their liberal patronage in the late and former Lotteries, and flatters himself the uncommon success that has attended Purchasers at his Offices of late years, added to the punctuality,ob,served in the Payment of all Prizes, will insur
12 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE FIRST PART OF A GENERAL AND CLASSICAL ATLAS, In large Quarto ; displaying in one View the most interesting

THE FIRST PART OF A GENERAL AND CLASSICAL ATLAS, In large Quarto ; displaying in one View the most interesting

Features of ancient and modern Geography. By the Rev. EDWARD PATTESON, M. A. Of Richmond, Surrey. _ _ is now ready for Delivery in the 'following Forms, and at the Prices annexed. L. s. d. Form I. Containing 15 Maps, outlined with Colour, and a popular Treatise on the Principles
12 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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30 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JAMAICA: WINDSOR PLANTATION.

JAMAICA: WINDSOR PLANTATION.

MO he Sold by Auction, by Messrs. SKINNER, DYKE, and Co. at Garrawaf's Coffee-House, 'Change- Alley, .Cornhill, London, on Thursday, the od of May, at Twelve o'Clock, by order of- the-Major Part of the Commissioners narned in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded anrilssued 'hg-ainst
30 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, Friday, March. 29. The arrivals of Wheat since our last are not numerous, but a good supply, with some foreign arrivals ; some little of 'fine old quality at our currency, others heavy sale; good old Dantzic about - was. per quarter.—We have considerable supplies
30 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
tOit.DS.—Fkiidj; karet 29.

tOit.DS.—Fkiidj; karet 29.

tOit.DS.—Fkiidj; karet MI - 1k Oxford having, Moved the ordei of the day, for the commitment of they Bill for . repealing the Act of his present -Majesty; bp,whick the twb Universities were restricted from put,: chase-of Advowsons of Livings, •. The Ihike.of Nojcilk, in .a shOrt
30 March 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England