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The Wilmington mercury. ([Wilmington, Del.) 1798-1798, September 25, 1798, Image 1

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The Wilmington Mercury.
Printed Occafionally and Delivered Gratis
•to the Patrons of The Delaware Gazette—By Smyth.
TUESDAY EVENING-SEPT.
2J, 1798.
[ Colle fled for the Wilmington Mercury. ]
DONATIONS received this Day.
Edward Frame, 61 b. rice.
H annah Mendenhall, 2 dollars.
Caleb Seal, 4 do.
John Nicholas, 1 do.
Hannah Nicholas, I do.
William Venneman, 5 do.
James Kendal, 2 do.
William Brown, 5 do.
Robert Davvfon ^Lancafter) <; do.
John Lea, Efq. 1 o do.
Henry Latimer, 20 do.
jane M'Kinly, 20 do.
John Webfter, bricklayer, 2 do.
A Citizen, 5 do.
Ifaac Stevenfon, 1 doll. 50 cents.
James Hamilton, mercht. 5 do.
John Thelwell, 12 lb. rice.
HEALTH-OFFICE.
WILMINGTON,
Sept. 25—6 o'Clock in the Evening
DEATHS,
For the laß Twenty-Four Hours.
Sulannah Taylor,
Henry Spain, a boy—Hofpital,
Elizabeth Steel,
James Wallace-^a boy,
Sarah Torton,
John Rice—Brandywine,
Rebecca Catherham.
Borough Hofpital Report.
From 24th to 25th September,
Admitted,
Died,
Difcharged, cured,
Remaining in Hofpital,
o
1
Pullif. ed by Order of the Boards
THOMAS MENDENHALL,
Prefident j
JAMES LEA, jun. Secretary.
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12
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TOTAL DEATHS,
From Auguß 7. to September 2 $,
inclufive.
C3" Generous Wages will
be given to Nurfes, of good cha
raéter. Apply to the Board of
Health, near the Town-Hall.
Adults,
Children,
132
9
Tot. 141
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