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HORSES. HORSES wintered on HAY, in warm Farm Yard, with a Stable to go in and out of, at Pleafure.——Enquire

HORSES. HORSES wintered on HAY, in warm Farm Yard, with a Stable to go in and out of, at Pleafure.——Enquire

of John Tompson, at the Rev. Mr. Bukleigh's, Chilton Candover. WANTED in a large Family, MAN SERVANT, in the Capacity of Footman, and tinder Butler.——Any Perfon qualified, with a very good Character, may apply to Mr. Marcer, at the Star and Garter, at Andover. WANTED to Rent, la
2 January 1775 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

The London Gazette Extraordinary,; Thursday January 7. Horfe-Guards, "Jan. 6. DISPATCHES from Colonel Stuart, of which the following are copies, have been this day received the Right Honourable Henry Dundas, one of his Majefty's principal Se- >cretaries of State. Camp before in
9 January 1796 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Richard Jenkins, now or late of Briftol, moneyfcrtvener. William Hollinlhead Brady, Oxford, butiolk, fhop-keeper. Samuel Mol's, New Buckenham, Norfolk, grocer. Thomas Monday, of *' » vidtualler. John England, of St. Peter's, the Hie Eiv, inn-keeper.
9 January 1796 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
SOLD PRIVA CON TRACT, A Freehold ESTATE; coivffftwig Two Me'luages crTenements, with l)r*t-Honles, in the of St. Paid, in the

SOLD PRIVA CON TRACT, A Freehold ESTATE; coivffftwig Two Me'luages crTenements, with l)r*t-Honles, in the of St. Paid, in the

Town BEDFORD. For Particulars, ai to treat for a| K. v Bedford. ENGLISH) SI ; ATEToT Begins Draining, Monday, February 22. BBPECTPt acq .' Clubs, Societies, and the Pith!., i , general, that they ftill have the plcalm? of adventuring in theenfuing LotteryjOjl Terms e.xceetlingl)
9 January 1796 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
THE Creditors ol M"r. THOMAS late of Old v Stratford, County Noithampton, Corn-Factor, are requefted to attend Thurfday the ztit

THE Creditors ol M"r. THOMAS late of Old v Stratford, County Noithampton, Corn-Factor, are requefted to attend Thurfday the ztit

Day ot" this n.flanT January, at the Mr. Richard Sirett, at Old-Stratford aforefaid, known by the Sign of the fo receive their Stony-Stratfwd, Jan. PRICE ONLY REE-PENCE! CHEAPNESS and ELEGANCE UNITED. AN ENTIRE NEW WORK, Embellifhed with Elegant Engravings, Eminent Artifts. On S
9 January 1796 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Extracl from C.lidmferd Paper. SPILSBURYS ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS. 'THE many convincing proofs of the ■*• efficacy of this Medicine which have

Extracl from C.lidmferd Paper. SPILSBURYS ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS. 'THE many convincing proofs of the ■*• efficacy of this Medicine which have

been laid before the public, are almoft fufficient to induce Proprietor to withdraw her Advertifements, were it not for the many extraordinary Cures of perfons of the utmoli refpectability, which are daily offered, and which fhe is folicited to publifb. The following is particul
25 October 1797 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD. THE Preferver and Reftorer of health to the weak, the fickly, and infirm, is that truly

CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD. THE Preferver and Reftorer of health to the weak, the fickly, and infirm, is that truly

valuable medicine, the Cordial Balm of Gilead. Its warm and renovating quality indifputably Tenders it the beft medicine for relaxations, debility, laffitude, tremors, finking of the fpirits, and all thofe nervous affcaions that harrafs and opprefs the weak, the fedentary, and d
25 October 1797 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
LONDON, July 4.

LONDON, July 4.

Admiralty-Office, Jitlyz. An exprefs is juft arrived With the dilagrecable news, that few days ago, in weather, about 130 leagues to tlie weitward oft the Lixard, the New-York, Halifax, Quebec, and Carolina fleets, under the convoy of Admiral Campbell, a fhip, and two or three f
9 July 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Copy of a Letter frem Lady of Char after, to Mr. Fender of the Beaume De Vie. Sl' r IN

Copy of a Letter frem Lady of Char after, to Mr. Fender of the Beaume De Vie. Sl' r IN

Gratitude to you, and Humanity to the , afflicted, wirti to communicate to the Public the following moil extraordinary Cure Eleven ago was with a violent Pain Side, Back, Joints, Stomach, and Head, attended with fuel* a total Relaxation as deprived me of the Ufe of my Limbe, and
9 July 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, July 6.

LONDON, July 6.

I The Right Hon-. Charles Fox has, arc informed from authority, refigncd* The reafon given for this unexpected revolution is that Mr. Fox infilled on granting independence to America. I Mr burke, the Hon. J. Tovvnfend, Lord Althorpe, Mr Montague, Mr Lee, and feveral other gentle
9 July 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England