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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

6 May 1748

enjoyed 701. Suppofe Mr Fletcher's country Gentleman to fucceed to 2001. a-year in the common way in Scotland, after having buried father and mother, and let us ftate the cafe between him and a Minifter. Suppofe him to owe for binding his parents, entering

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

2 Sep 1725

tion be-- .«»« ' the Courts France and Spain. The Chevalier fent lately his Secretary to Madrid, with a Commiflion from the Pope to entreat his Catholick Majcfty on the Part his Holincfs, to forget what the Court of France has done concerning the Infanta

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Type: Article
Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

28 Nov 1745

over us. Luke xix. 14. The next Day his Glee's a',l in rhci, proper Cloatbing, Review before him, and Tuefday out rin the reft his Maiefty*. Forces that are forming the Army the Command S r John Ligonier. Tuesday his Grace :he Dolce ot fee out for the

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

7 Apr 1749

Arnhall, Mrs /Emilia Murray, Lady Strowan. Lord George Murray's Lady is her only child. April Mr Edward Minifler at Denny-6. 6. Mr George Blackwell, Miniftcr at Bathgate. was brotlief to Dr Blackwell who was executed Stockholm. [ix. 391.] 6. At his country-feat

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Type: FamilyNotice
The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

3 Apr 1747

executioner did not touch any of his cloaths. After this he took off his wig, ordered his cap to be put on, and putting off his cloaths, delivered them with his wig to Mr Frafer. Then having unloofed his cravat and the neck his fhirt, he kneeled down to the

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

11 Jun 1724

the Evening his went from Sr. James's his Palace at Kenfington, re fide there for Time, and from thence hear, he will Hampton- Ccnir, and fpend Parr of Summer at his Palace there. Lull her Grace the Dutchcfs Montague, with her Daughter the Lady Mary> arrived

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

6 Sep 1746

Macdonald on board the Eltham, both at Stromnef*; the Laird of Mac- kinnon and Lady Mackinnon, Lady to ihe above Mackin- non's Uncle, Capt. Mackinnon, and Capt. Macleod are on board the Furnace in Leijh Road; Mr Macdon.-.ld of Bevvef- dale, Brothel to Clanronald

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

17 Feb 1741

17. Aberdeen, Feb 3. This Day the Honourable the Laird of Macintosh was married to Mifs Farq^uharson, a very handfome and agreeable young Lady, Daughter to the Laird of Invercald, and near Coufin to his Grace the Duke of Athole All the other Letters that

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

17 Jan 1749

nftance; About four o’ clock in the Afternoon, Servant of the Laird of Pitfoddcls mounted his Horie this Place, with His Lady’s Gentlewoman behind him, ana were feen about a Mile from his Miller’s Houfe in the Evening. But at to o’clock, the Hofle came

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

6 Jan 1737

Nonjuiing Clergyman, was lately into of one of his Majefty's Mclieneers, and all his Books and Papers fecur'd. Mr. Nixon, the Nonjuring Clergyman, who was lately taken into Cuftody by one of his Med debarred the of Pen and Ink, and a appointed to attend him

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

23 Sep 1740

Eftate in ArgvL-ihire, was married to the Right Hon. Lady Emilia Mackenzie, Sifter tothe Right Hon. the Earl of Cromeny, and Sifter uterine to the Finn, the Lairds of Mac'eod and Powrie-Fotheringham, a Lady of exqinfice Beauty and Merit, ana a haud- ibme Fortune

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

28 Apr 1743

Kevcition ot Ellate, after his an old Servant, who went dowo with him attend him in his lllnet*. Sunday died at his lioufe Mi. Fountain, a Meichant this City. Tuefday died his Lambeth, Mr. Mar Hers, an eminent reputed worth 1. Latl Tuefday died Mis. Wocton, Ealing

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

8 Sep 1746

Mackinnon, and the Lady Mackiimon, La_y to the above Mackitinon's Uncle, Capt. Mad-inn?* aud Capt. Macleod are on board the Furnace in JL-cith Road ; Mr. Macdonald of Bewefdale, Br. other toClui- ronald, and the Lady Claiironaic, are on board the Hound Sloop

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

1 Mar 1715

Expectation French Succour; and give out, that the Regent hath written Letter to his Swedifh Majefty with his own Hard, affuring him that will contribute what lies in hi; Power to his Rtftotation, even tho' he lliculd. thereby involve France in War with the

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

15 Mar 1739

off with feveral Things fome Days ago from his Service to the Right Honourable the Lady Strathnaver, and has been guilty of other Frauds: Therefore this is to caution every body from trufting him in his Lady's Name, and to promiie One Guinea of Re- ward

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Type: Advertisement
Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

20 Mar 1740

the Treafury. His comes to his only Child, Goodenough Earle, Efq; of the Temple. A few Days (ince died his Houfe in Duke ftreet, in the Year of his Age, Charles Goodall, Laft Week died at his Seat at Brentely Hall the County Suffolk, Mr. Edward Colman

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

29 Nov 1716

of the 22d, fay that his Pruffian Majefty be' fore bis Departure from Havelbetg,' had regulated the Quarters his Troops infuch amanner, that on any Ik may draw together 40000 Men*, •without draining any of his Frontier Garrifons; his Majefty has with hint

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

19 Sep 1745

fr-»m the Huvannah. This Wick d'ed his life in Thrift-Street, Soho, Dr. Batker, very eminent Phyliaian. Yellctday Morning died his I,'otife rhe 7t*?th Yea- of his Age, the Reverend and Learned Mr. Ah'ir Bedford, Chfplain his Royal Highnefsthc Prince Wale*

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

6 Dec 1739

Henry Efq; Pay-Mailer ot his Brother to his Grace the Duke of NeweaftJc. A few Days flßfcdied at the Bath, Harrington, Of County of Kent, and Sunday lail his Corpfe was intterr'd Southflcet in chat Coitnty. This Week died his in Dartmouth-Areer, John

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

11 Aug 1740

GOLDSMITHS, SKINNERS and FURRIERS, went in Coaches to wait on his Grace the Duke of Argyll at his Lodgings in the Abbey, and made their Compliments (eve- rally to his Grace, who received them in his Bedchamber with the greateft Civilities. On which Occafion

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