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TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION
AT MR. BAKER’S, THE CROSS-KEYS INN, IN THE
MARKET-PLACE, HULL

On Tuesday, the eighteenth day of March instant, at three o’clock in the afternoon, (if not before disposed of by Private Contract, in which case public notice shall be given)

ONE SHARE IN THE DOCK AT KINGSTON KINGSTON-UPON-HULL

Apply to Mr. Martin, attorney at law.


WILLIAM MERCER,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,

BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public, that he has opened his SHOP, the third door in Scale-Lane, next to the Market-Place, Hull; where he intends carrying on the above branches wholesale and retail.

Those who please to favour him with their commands, may depend on having them executed with expedition and accuracy; and that every exertion in his power will be used to merit a continuance thereof.


PATRICK AND WILKINSON,
GROCERS,

Have laid in a large quantity of Red & White CLOVER SEED, TREFOIL, RIB GRASS, SAILFOIN, and HAY and TURNIP SEED, which will be sold on the lowest terms.

NEW PRUNES and FRENCH PLUMBS, just imported.


STOLEN

ON WEDNESDAY, the 23d. of February, 1791, out of the Stable of MRS. HALES, of Sommergangs.

A Black and White GREYHOUND DOG, which answers to the name of Snail; also a Red and White GREYHOUND BITCH, which answers to the name of Whimsey.

Whoever will give information so that they may be had again, shall be handsomely rewarded.

Hull Packet 1791



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