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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

25 Feb 1738

Btisbanc, Daughter Of tbe Laird of Brisbane, and Niece CO the Marchionefs of Lothian, a joung Lady of gieat Beauty and Merit, was married to Mr. John Mitclieifon of Mitidleton, Advocate. Lafl Week the Right Honourable the Lady Elphing- ftwie died at E

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

15 Jul 1725

and ' the L,le 0f one 0f the S' eattft Divines, y and the Mr. Thomas Cook, Leather-Dreffer on Snow-Hi!!, being diforder'd in his Senfe tlutw out his Garret Window into his Back-Yard, and dalhd his Brains out. ' m''T° Gentleman going to the Bank to flop

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

16 Jan 1746

Valley-field £3o° Mr. of vock ■ Robert Wei wood, Efq; Mr. Blackwood, Pitiivie - Sir Robert Hendeifon, Fordel ——.m. —. ■ Mr. Cunningham, of Balbougie ■■ 200 Mr. Charles Cockran - —too Mr. Colvil, of Torrieburn . . Mr. Black, Clerk, Dumfermline - Mr. Dundai,

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Glasgow Courant

Glasgow Courant Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Mar 1746

likewife acquainted his Sardinian Majelly, that upon his coming away his General had been informed the Parties he had lent out, that Marfhal Maillebois had quitted the Poll of San Salvador, and was drawing by the Mountains towards his Bridges on the Tanaro

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

2 Aug 1745

Netherlands to France, than allow him to keep Silefia. Mean time, his minifter at the Hague declared, that whatever might be the confequence of the war, his matter would continue it with all his forces, 'rather than ever confent to make a feparate peace, exclufive

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

11 Jul 1728

July 9. The Northern Circuit, which was not fettled on Saturday is now appointed follows, viz, . Northern Circuit. Mr, Baron Mr. Jxfii't C'fy T- S urday Area ft the Guildhall. the far,:? Day the Ctfl'e. J.mflny Atgufl 14, at the Ca/lh. NevccaJHe iaj

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

10 Jan 1745

Young Pretender, with his Life-Guards, the Duke of Perth, Marquis of Tullibardine, ( commonly called Duke of Atholj Lords Nairn, Pitfiigo, and Kit* marnock, Monfieur Boycr the French Ambaffador, Secre- tary Murray, Lady Ogilvie, Mrs. Murray, and Jenny Cameron

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

22 Mar 1746

'kewife ncetnn'ntefl his Sardinian M.ii-fty, that upon his ffom'ng away bis General hid been inform'd by the Parties he hid fent, tha< M. Maillebolt hid quitted the Poll of S.in Salvador, and wr.is drawing by the Mount;! ns rowards his Bri'i'es on the Tanaro

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

26 Jun 1733

from Bengal, &c. Mr. Arbuthnot the chief Supercargo, died a Week before they came to China \ aud the chief Mate ofthe Aiflabie was dead. Laft Wednefday Mr. Carfe, of Ware in Helt- fordfhire, Surveyor of the Highways, was (truck from his Hot fe by a Clap

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

19 Aug 1734

Rilling Elder, (who had for- merly protefted again!* this Application) c ave in his Reafons. Then the Rev. Mr. James Gordon Moderator, Mr. Lauchlan Mackintofb Minifter as Errol, and Mr. Wiilifon at Dundee, were appoint- ed to carry and prefent the above Addrefles

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

23 May 1749

Guaftalla that the late Audience the Chevalier de St. George had of his Holhlefs was to procure a Difpenfation for the Marriage of his eldeft Son with the Princes Radzivil j and that his Sardinian Majefty is difpofed to enter into Alliance agaihft Algiers

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

11 Jan 1746

about Six ihe young Pretender, wiih his Life-Guards, the Duke ot Perth, •/iir-jui-; ?? Tullibardine, Lords Na>.n, Piifligoc and Kil- marnock Monficur Buyer ihe French Enibafljdor, Secretary Murray, Lady Oyilvie, Mrs Murr.iy, an 1 Jenn\ Cameron, and others

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

2 Apr 1741

a Charter irom the Crown in his Lordihip's favours, the People ofthe whole neighbouring Count r> of all Ranks and Degrees were in :he utmoft Exctfs of Joy • which they teftified by drink.ng ins Lord- fhip's Health and aU his true Friend.; And at Night

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

28 Nov 1743

EDINBURGH, Kov. 28. His Grace Archioald Duke of Argyll, Patron of the Parifh of Duddingftou, h?.s fent Letters of Prefentation of Mr. Robert Pollock Probationer, to be Minifter of faid Parilh. The 17th .inft. a generai Meetmg of the Society for propagating

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

21 Feb 1745

Seasev; fince his _ outh, and made the late Tour round the Wof with Commodore Anfon as a Volunteer, has at Put n..: lns Anchor here, having been vefternight married to M- Darling Daughter to Mr. Darling Minifter oft' Golpcl; an agreeable young Lady with a compete

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 May 1749

near fo much free money yearly with his own Hand. LAST Week arrived in Town, the famous and noted THOMSON, with a Golledtion ——of Figures in WAX-WORK, big the Life with his wonderful and furprizing Dexterity of Hand. His Time is but /hort this Place, for

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

19 Oct 1742

Minifk young Men, and their Trials were apn ro ?? mine contradicente. Received two Pape* plaining of the Rev. Mr. Adam Gib's I)A which at his Defire were readj and thoV thors, on account of the Heterodoxy and maiity of their Complaints, were found cciv

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

10 Jul 1735

fo that theie is like to be no War in my Opinion on chat Side « for fome time. His Excellency Mr. Titley, his Majefty's Minifter at Copen- hagen,, is in Treaty, with his Dan if h iviajefty, to fettle the Conditions m which the Corps of Troops to* be

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

16 Sep 1742

Accempts'^ the above Order on the F,oot to Mr. Kid at his $m Leith, or to Mr. David Maule Writer to the Signet, twixt and the ift of O&ober n^xt; at \t hich IM% Kid is co raife Procefs for conftituting his own Accof? and any other that lhal] have been

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

27 Mar 1746

illiam. Weft nunft 19. His Majcrty came thi-- Day tothc 0:* Peers, and bring in his Royal Robe*, leafed 011 the Throne with the Solemnity, Sir William Saunderl'on, Deputy Gentlcman-Ui;ier the Brack Rod, w.,s lent with ,1 ..•om hi-. Majcllv tiic lonic Common

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