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Adams Weekly Courant (Newspaper) - January 12, 1779, London, Middlesex 4fc January 12, Price the Harp at Viii W inform the That he hath taken aDd to tbe W to fte his far this and by having for On and hope for their and to Public's fill and humble 28, 1778. JOHN N. B. Mourning with and able will be al on TO be fold at tne Swan in in the County of on the 27th Day of January between the Hours of Two and Five in the to fuch Conditions as will be than p The Inheritance of an in in the faid called confining of a new Dwelling convenient and upwards of nine Statute of pood Arable Meadow and now in the Holding of Matthew For Particulars apply to Mr. Hall in be Let for a Term of and entered upon at Old Candlemas Day A complete DAIRY at in the of and about 123 Acres of very now in the Holding of Richard The Whole in a Ring and is within two Wiles of the Town of For Particulars enquire of Mr. Attorney at in Whitchurch j or of Mr. Writing in TO be at the in on tbe 28th of 1779, between the Hours of Three and Six ip the in the following Lots 1 L 1. The and Corn of the of in the Pari ft. of v Lot a. A Tenement and called in the of in the of in the in of Evan at the clear Rent of 47!--This of a large of is fet at a very low asd has a very and Right of Common belonging to it. Further Particulars be had of Mr. Weft or of Mr. Attorney at in be fold by on the on the 1.8 ch Day ot 1779, in the ' A valuable FREEHOLD in in the County of c- that Capita called the and now in the Holding ef Mr. John very eligible and in Point of Situs being ob the great North and the Halfway Houfe from Warrington to to which Inn belong convenient other and a very valuable Piece of The prefect Tenant's Terrs is only three at the End of any may be with a much larger Quantity of very valuable The Tenant will fhew the and for further Particulars to apply to Mr. John cr to in 1 that with the Lands and Late apprentice to Mr. this Method to acquaint his Friends in particular and the Public in Thai he has opened a Shop lately occupied by Mr. in Door to the Theatre Royal where he intends carrying on Ironmongery and Grocery in ail its various who to honour him with their may depend 'the bed and on the N. B. of Smith's viz. &c. &c. To be fold by At the Houfe of known by the Sign of the Sun in in the County ef on the 19 Day of 1779, bet weic the Hoars of fix in the A u 1^ thereto in Alpraham in the now in the Occupation of Mr. George the Owner S and convenient Farm and in and of one handed Acres of and faid is held by tinder a renewing for three a lm yearly The may enter upon the Lands at and the Houfe and Outbuildings at May and he may alio buv the Stock of Carts and Implements of now being on the at a fair For further Particulars apply to Mr. of or td Mr. James Garnett of near and the fame will the To be fold by AT the Houfe of- Mr. Richard the on the 19th Day of Jan. between the Hours of three and five of the in the of in the mean Time by private of which t imely Notice will be given in this to fuch Conditions as will be then and there All the and INTEREST of faid of and in all that Capital called with a double one Stable for nine another three with a good fi and exceeding good Hay over the for nine with other Pig &c. and a large Garden containing upwards of one of two and and alfo onwards ot fourteen Acres of exceeding rich and thereto The Houfe near the center of the and of Drawing nine convenient ' Lodging belides two large Cellars with Wine a good Servants and other The Outbuildings of i. Back &c. The Garden is in exceeding and great Part of it and all of it planted with the Fruit v hich are young and excellent The Land is in excellent having been marled over in 1776. The Houfe is on the Banks of the River from whence it commands a over the adjoining and of the is from and Stockport is in excellent fit for the Reception of a and held by granted bv the Executors of the late of to Mr. for 10 16 of which were unexpired the nth of May of all the either Lady or May Pay next further Particulars miy be had by Applying to Mi. jn The may be accommodated with more Land adjoining the by applying to Samuel of Alfo to be a good with a Pair of and for three a and Other and a Quantity of good TH E POST to and from to Carry FOUR fets from and the Golden every and Saturday Four performs Days and a pare 3I. 3s. and of Luggage Overplus 2d per The MACHINES to and from to carry SIX one by Way of and fets out from the above Inns every Sunday at 6 and performs The other by Way of and leave the faid Inns every Monday and at teven and performs in Two Days and a Fare for Infide 5s. and 2olb. of Luggage is. and of Luggage Overplus 2d per The full Fare to be paid at Booking and Half returned in Cafe the Party does not The Proprietors will be accountable for any Parcel of more than 5). except entered and paid for as Alfo the POST co and from FOUR fets out from the White Lion at and the Eagle and at every SunJay and Performs in Two Fare ill. 6d. and 2o!b. of Luggage all over 2d. prr Places to be taken in all rhe above s at the Coach Office the White Lion N. A Mourning Coach and neat Coaches and Polt to be h id by applying as above on the moll le Any Baggage &c. to Smith and Co's Care be forwarded with the Dec. 28th, 17~8._____________ T A R P O R t. THE Gentlemen are defred to meet their at the Houfe of Jt feph on 7th Day of February Dinner on the I able at Four SMITH near will be at by the Rev. Mr. W. more particular will be in a future Jan. 7, fi ro Creditors of JOHN of in the County of are to fen 1 a particular Account of their Debts to Mr. or Mr. in that the fame may immediately PU be and entered on I All MESSUAGE or with a well planted with choice on the in in the of late in tne of Mr. Richard with or without fix Acres of exceeding good lying nc3r the fairi faid Houfe of a Hall and 0 large with fantry two Par four good Lodging and s two &c. and other C may be taken with or the faid For enquire of Mr. Robert in who ill the proper for the Ufe of his or any other TO be gold to the befi at the Boot in the en Saturday the 6th Day of to fuch Conditions as be then of by private of which timely ' Two Five Hundred and and Afk all regularly a very Number of Oak andAfh marked only with a. d growing on Part of the in the of at the of from Barmouth four Miles from the Town of of the Timber will be accommodated with proper ig the and all other Further Particulars may be had by applying to RO at who will fhew the O be Sold to the belt at the Red in on the 13th Day of January 1779, between the Hours of Two and to Conditions to be Lot 1 and Outbuildings in good with 13 Acres of Land thereto belonging of the Ch in Over called held by Leafe for two under Thomas 2, Another Tenement called in Over of four held by Leafe under the faid Mr. for the lame and 5 Acres of The may be entered upon at Candlemas And on the 14th Day of will be fold the and Furniture of Mr. William Pigott at his late Dwelling Houfe Lot 1, above the Sale to begin at Ten and continue till the whole are of. For further Particulars apply to Mr. in or Mr. John in DOCKS at THE and others mr affected the intended Application to for an to a Dock or Docks at in the Couny of are ves or to meet at the at on the 28th Day of this to further ab ut fuch Application j when a Petition for that be ready to be by all to the And all of becoming Proprietors may have an Opportunity of by applying to at or Mr. in with whom the are TO be fold by on the 21ft Day of January at the King's Head in the County at the Inheritance of the hereafter and being in to Conditions thro to be in the following viz. Lot j. A Genteel or of five Rooms on a a two large a good Stable and and three of thereto now in the holding of Mr. Lot 2. A convenient with a Shop and thereto now in the holding of Mrs. Lot 3. Another or of four Rooms on a with a good Garden thereto how in the holding of Mr. John Lot 4. Another or of four Rooms on a with a and and a good Garden thereto now In the Pof of Mr. William N. B All the above are well built with and are in excellent Lot 5. Another large or built and with the and Appurtenances thereto together containing thiee Quarters of an Acre of now in the ot Mfi John his or Lot 6. Two other or with the Garden and Appurtenances thereto and being in now in the holding of Samuel his or All the above are held by Tenants at except in the holding of William who has a Term therein of fix the Tenants will fhew the and further Particulars may he had of Mr. at in j in rO be Sold to the 1 ejt either together or in the following on Saturday loth Diy 1779, between tbe il five clc ii Afternoon of the Oid Ar- being tbe of in the of to Inch of will be then and theie Lot 1. Four Hundred vvd and h 94 and 17 Ath Lot 2. Two Hundred and and 48 with 43 Oak and fix and and 205 Aft with and 36 Aft which Ate now growing upon tbe of Efq Over and and faid and Afe r Lot 4. Eighty-eight Poplars and 25 Aft now growing upon an called near in the faid in toe Holding of Mr. L igh For father enquire of William ot Over who will attend fuch ai may delire to view fame either or in the TO be fold by at the in in the County of three on 9^h Day of March trie of Four anri Six in Lot 1.-1S95 Trees and 319 Oak on a Farm called in the of in the faid County of Lnt 2.-1940 Oak and 399 Oak growing on a tailed in the or lot 3.-A Coppice of 0�k fit or Mine growing within a Ring fecund All the are within five of Derwen River Dovey for Shins cf Lumley of will the fame and may be had of Mr. in or in Denb i e T I M B E R. TO be SoM to the belt on the 9th Day of 1779, between the Hours ot and o'Clock in the at the uf Mr. being the Swan in in he County of in the following and to fuch Conditions as then and theie be Lot 1. Two Hundred and Oak Trees five 107 Aft and 29 marked and growing on the Farms or in 3unbuTy, in the County of now in the Holdings of William Richard James and George or and in in the fame now in the Holdings of Samuel John John or Lot 2,'�-799 Ouk 100 Cyphers 80 Afh two and 12 Birch marked and on the Farms or in in the County of and now in the Holdings of Widow Thomas John Thomas Thomas Ralph John Hugh Widow Thomas John Widow John Hugh ano or their Lot 3.-788 Oak 61 Cyphers 173 Afh liven Cyphers 31 eight Sycamore 30 Trees and 38 Birch marked and on the Farms or Tenements in n the laid County of and now in the Holdings of George Widow Peter Thorn is John John John Robert homas John George Wil jam Richard William and John or their faid Timber lies near the between and very convenient for TRe Tenants will fhew the Timber j and further Particular may be had by Application to Mr. in T I M B E k. be fold to the beft either ' ther or in the following on the Day of February 1779, between the Hours of two and five o'Clock of the laid at the Houfe of Mr. Job known by the Sign of the three Spread Eagles in the County of Lot 1. 277 27 56 Aft and 6 and growing upon two the one in the holding jf Mr. the other in the holding or Lot 2. 231 38 37 Afh and 13 Cyphers and growing upon two in the holdings of Jane and John Lot 3. 35g 40 59 Aft and 5 numbered and growing upon two in the holdings of Mr. Roger and John Lot 4. 258 35 25 and 1 alfo numbered and growing upon a Tenement in the holding of William Lot 5. 535 66 Aft and 739 as together with a great Quantity of and other growing upon a Tenement in the of in the of in the Holding of William N. B. Lot 123 and 4 are fit for Ship Building being fine and are nearly together all in the of at a from the River great Part thereof may be conveyed to by Water Carriage at an William the Tenant will fhew the Timber and Mr. Randle at will a to fhew the whole or any Parr of that in the of T I MB E TO by at the ia in the County of on the 12th Day of March between the Hours of Four and Six in the Af Nine Hundred and Thirty-eight Oak Trees marked now growing on Farms in the of in the Manor of in the of called Maes y yr Eryn y Tan y Tan yr y Tti yn y Morris of Tan y will fhew which is conveniently for being off the either by Land or may be had of Mr. In 01 Mr. Night's From the LONDON Jan. 5. December 9. N Sunday laft the 6th after ffi a very of about Four 58^ His Serene Louis ef Prince of in cf His Serene was Knight of the Order of the a of the of the Swifs and the Regiment of the and Great and Governor of the City and Duchy of Pera of Nov. The Plague here is confined to the Quarters inhabited by 'the this Night's Gazette tbe of food prorogued to tbe 1 zth cf is f prorogued to the of Ibis Day arrived one Mail from Holland and from Nov. 30. On the 20th of this Month a happened at between the Children cf the black and white who drawing Relations into the in a very little Thue 240 Whites were killed and Many Blacks alfo were but their is not Muley the King's in endeavouring to received a Wound in his and had two killed under has ro with 8000 and the King is waiting for others at in order to march to Dec. 30 Tits new born was baptized the fame Day The was and named Maria Jan. 5. arrived a Mail from t rought to Falmouth in thirteen by the Expedition Packet By the above Packet there is that the Jupiter Man of which has been miffing Tome is put into and remained there the 18th The Admiralty have received the Confirmation of Admiral P Capture of the French Fleet of of and two who were convoying them from Cape Francois to failed from fome Months ago with a Supply of for the French Squadrons in the by the taking of which our own Fleets will be and the French The Caufe of Keppel is now become the Caufe cf the The m the Houfe of had England in his Hands when he engaged the French It is therefore of the the People of to be by what Accident it happened that the inferior in were not entirely in the Engagement off That Admiral Keppel had England in his when the Engagement took Place off uj admitted by all But this alfo be Had not Admiral Keppel France in his as well as England in his Hands That remains to be and if it bi found the French Fleet might have been attacked to Advantage when they broke the the ot fuch an Advantage was lofing a golden may never again occur during the of the A noble it is had an Audience of a Great when his Grace the Admirals Memorial and was admitted into the When the Great received the Jie faid That he always receive the of his Admirals with and this as it fo it certainly receive his Letters from Berlin that the King of has made an Agreement with the Jews in Ivs that they pay down a certain Sum in ready and an annual Contribution long as his continues his Protection to The Forces intended to be fent to America will be ready to embark at the latter End of The Enterprise Man of War has taken a French of 560 from St. with &c. and carried her into On Saturday while the Engines playing at a Man was taken into being detected in cutting off one of the Pipes of an Engine brought from On was to Thomas who charged with robbing Diligence on at theBridge near the Turnpike at again on near in the of The Night he committed tha Robbery he a very good from Mr. of on which he robbed the He was taken in Bed at a in He had no but only apiece of Wood cut in of the principal in America next Spring is certainly intended to carried into Execution as early as the will and Town in will have the and are to be with fuch Vigour as to leave no Doubt of The following are the Wards burnt down at the late Fire at Greenwich viz. Prince of Duke of York's and two or three others damaged that are in that The Walls however of the together with that of thq remain near The grand Hall 153 not the the Fire being fined to the
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