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The fall of Wheat at Mark-Lane for fhe two Mondays, the decline its price at feveral other markets, and the

The fall of Wheat at Mark-Lane for fhe two Mondays, the decline its price at feveral other markets, and the

large arrivals fpcedily expected from abroad, afford the pleating profpeet that the price bread will foon be materially and the dillreffes of the poor confiderably relieved. The lute favourable weather has alfo enabled the growers of potatoes to lecurc them much better than was
09 December 1799 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
UNPARALLELED BENEFITS the ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY. To be gained for.only 15/. iy.—uz. Sixty Thoufand Pounds Fifty Tboufand Pounds Forty Thoufand

UNPARALLELED BENEFITS the ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY. To be gained for.only 15/. iy.—uz. Sixty Thoufand Pounds Fifty Tboufand Pounds Forty Thoufand

Pounds , Thirty-five Thoufand Pounds Thirty Thoufand Pounds Twenty-five Thoufand Pounds Twenty Thoufand Pounds Ten Thoufand Pounds Five Thoufand Pounds ; Prizes of 20001. ioe>ol. 5001. and 16730 Prizes from io»l. to 18!. £.8 2 will gain half the above furr.:, one quarter ditto 1
09 December 1799 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
For the Bcnejit of Widows. THE Half-Yearly Meeting of this Society 'will held at Rcvill's Hotel, in Penzance, Monday the

For the Bcnejit of Widows. THE Half-Yearly Meeting of this Society 'will held at Rcvill's Hotel, in Penzance, Monday the

diy January next, five o'clock the afternoon precifely, for the purpofe of receiving fubfcriptions, admitting members, and the other bufinefs of this focioty. Wm. REYNOLDS, Secretary. Penzance, December 2, 1799. A LADY of refpectable family, who has for feveral years been employ
09 December 1799 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
MUSEUM LOTTERY. A SCHEME the (hid and LIST or the PRIZES, arranged in the Order of Determination by the State-Lottery,

MUSEUM LOTTERY. A SCHEME the (hid and LIST or the PRIZES, arranged in the Order of Determination by the State-Lottery,

the Number and Amount the id Prizes, and comparative Value of the Tickets, are by Mr. Cox> Appointment delivered the in Wei. lingbot ough, Kettering, Tin action, Oundle, Peterborough, Towcefter, Brackley, Higham-Ferrers, Huntingdon, Stamford, Mar-' ket-Ha: borough, Lutterwouh, N
08 November 1773 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
\ « TO be Sold, The Perpetual ADVOWSON of a REC TORY in the County of Northampton : The Income

\ « TO be Sold, The Perpetual ADVOWSON of a REC TORY in the County of Northampton : The Income

is near 3001. a Year, and ckpable of confiderable Improvement. Tiie Situation is eligible, near a very good Market- Town and Turnpike-Road, and in a fine Sporting Country. The prefent Incumbent very old. Further Particular may be had of Mr. Roberts, Attorney, in Kettering or of
08 November 1773 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Per the Stone and Gravel. Medicinet P'rris Lainles incidere praftat. E ARY, a Medicine O prov'd from a long Serf

Per the Stone and Gravel. Medicinet P'rris Lainles incidere praftat. E ARY, a Medicine O prov'd from a long Serf

s private Practice to the Efficacy in giving immediate in the molt excruciating Fits of the Stone and Grave!, and curing that painful and melancholy It is to take, having no naufecus or difagreeable Talte, fits eafy on the Stomach, and is fa fafe and bi lis Operation that is tak
08 November 1773 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
This Day is [u'diftjid, A COLLECTION of PRAYERS, for the Ufe of Private Perfous, Families, Ch ldren, and Servants. By

This Day is [u'diftjid, A COLLECTION of PRAYERS, for the Ufe of Private Perfous, Families, Ch ldren, and Servants. By

JAMES STONHOUSE, M. D. The Second Edition. Printed and foid by S. Farley, Caftle- Green; fold likewife by E. Palmer, Bookfeder, Wine Street, Briftol; W. Frederick, at Bath; J. and F. Rivingcon, St. s Church- Yard, and T. Cadell, in the Strand, London, Price 3d. fingle, zs. 6d. D
08 November 1773 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Sunday’s Post.

Sunday’s Post.

Saturday, Sept. 13. From the LONDON GAZETTE, St. James's, Sept. 12. I evening Dnid V the d< fi>itive treaty between X 9 his majeity and the United of America, which t»y c plenipotentiaries of L'e *Jlantinople,Aug.%. The weatuer ftill continues v% little varhtion, but the martali
19 September 1783 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
. WILLIAM HARRIS, SIGN and H 0 IfSE-i' R, Leave inform the Nobility, Gcmry, aid Others, that intends carrying .

. WILLIAM HARRIS, SIGN and H 0 IfSE-i' R, Leave inform the Nobility, Gcmry, aid Others, that intends carrying .

the at Mr. Lawrbncfs, Coachrf) in - .«;> Hat hmenrs pain ed, piflures cleaned and replied, and in o U D, And entered en immediately, l\ ftood Public Houfe, known the Sign of the alii. the Eures St. Mary, in the coun.y Suffolk, late in the occupation of Mn. deleafed, wi'.'i good
19 September 1783 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. May 16. H E Court removed to Nymplcftbourg, the i4\th_inft. and the ' next day the Elector Treves ar- T rived there. After a with this Electoral Family his Highnefs fropofes palling a year his diocefe of Augfbourg. Whitehall, 25. The King has been pleafe
31 May 1773 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England