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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

21 Mar 1746

and the only Junction they have gained there, is fome few of the Mackennies^ headed by the Lady Seafovthj 1 but the Lord of that Name is with Lord Loudoun, as is Mr. Mackintofh, whofe Wife is likewife in the Re- bellion. By putting all the Intelligence we

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

14 Nov 1729

which belonged to the hud Mr Tho**< ■dB tt^^f : ?? ; ?? lJ -~ \ c - il . : . holden of the kii.l of tfl-f That the Lands of Saßer.Harhumheai. of L ?? -&6, ofi Scots ot yearly Rent, with a convenient Dv-eiling- H»>ufe two Storeys hi^h, with good and con

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

25 Apr 1743

Friday laft Mr. Andrew Magdouall an e- minent Advocate was married to Mifs Helen Grant Daughter of Sir Francis Grant of Guiles, late one of the Senators ofthe College of Juftica; an agreeable well accomplilhed Lady with a hand' fome Fortune. His Grace the

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

20 May 1746

Brewing Looms, Milk Vtffch &c. cct* Any Perfon who borrowed Books from the deceaft Mr. George G^bfon late Minifter atColington, are defied to return the fame to his Reiift, or to Mr. Dawfon Profef- for of Hebrew in the College of Edinburgh. By tbe Truflees for

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

28 Oct 1742

LONDON, Octob, 26. Laft Week Mr. Lowther, a wholelale in Fenchuich/lreet, was mariied to the Widow Gilbert r»l cer, a Lady 1. Forci:ne. Lall Wed eft died, his Scat the County ot Son after a lingering Sir Abra Elton, Bait, one the Repreiemativea in Pailian;t;r

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

3 Feb 1743

Jailor.. Tuefday laft James Nimmo, Efq; Receiver- General of Excite, was married to the Rt. Hon Lady Jean Home, Sifter to the Earl of March' mont. That Day died Mr. James Freebairn, an cmi nent Teacherof the French Language. A To-morrow the 21ft Day of the

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

11 Mar 1734

Feuelj asaP:, Entertamment and Liquors at r-a* Rates. Any Gentlemen or Ladies may be fart! Ed by Mir. Nairn of Greenyards; or by writing to Laird at Meigle, Oeccnomi-r, by the Care ot Mr Merchant in Djae-dee. USit fhat- the La no _T WHITERIGS, ?? the Family

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

20 May 1728

Whoever are inclin'd to purchase, may fee the Progrefs of Writs, and be informed ofthe Con- ditions of Sale at Mr. James Bailzie Writer to the Signet his Writing- chamber, above the Exchange Cofteehoafe,

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Ipswich Journal

Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

26 Aug 1749

; Myrtle, Mr, Batttrtt; Cimberton, Mr, Bl.itys Humphry, Mr. Hiekn Tom, Mt. Cm4t\ D «ni*l, Mift Fiiuy. Mr*. Sealand, Mtt.'P/wwrt IfabelU, Mrt. bundtrlatd \ Irsdiana, Mrt. Bw man ; Llicinda, Mrs. Cut,/: ; Ph. Hit, Mrs. Freeman. SINGING by Mr Cumkinoham

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

17 Feb 1741

LETTERS to the Author. A Conference between a Laird and a Earmer concerning Prefentaticns; A Letter to the Aifocjate Presbytery; A Defence of Publick Di- verhons. POETICAL ESSAYS. Delia, a Paftoral; To ? Lady by a Gentleman whom fhe had refufed; To Mifs

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

8 Dec 1733

or at Mrs. Dorothy Potts, at he* Houfe in Newcaftlt. AJU , ?? Jf»- — T' ' '- ?? ' '* ' ]\cw built Brick Meffuage or Tenement, htuaie nigh the Finn, witn a oaiden adjoining to the lame : Enquire of Mr. John Dagnia at South shields, or of Mr. John Ward

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

26 Dec 1743

fevera! 'learned Ge ir-mea have declared, may be juftly caU rd 'hi Chrifan Goliah no one of human Species having been hear-* c ii ;ce chat Time who comes up fo near to that Cha^aftc . N. B. As his Stay in Scotland w :n be bur ihorf,fo iet none who have the

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Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

28 Apr 1735

WILLIAM INNES Writer to -he Signet, at his Houfe in the 3d Door or the fif ft Turnpike of the Clofo at the Back of Befs Wynd. At the Defire of feveral Perfons of DifUntlion. This is to acquaint all Gentlemen Ladies, and others Thatthe Famous CURIOSITIES

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

29 Mar 1735

. TO be Leaped this Seafon at Mr. Richard Hanifon's at Jolby nigh Halnaby in Yotklhire, young Gicy-hound, at 1 Guinea each Mare, and half a Crown to his Keeper. He was got by old Giey-hound; his Dam by Waftel Tuik ; his Gtand-dam by Hoyboy.i and (fhe)

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

1 Apr 1749

Newcaftle, at two Guineas, and one Shilling the Servant, Mr Parke r'i Urown Horft, SNIP- HE was got by the Dukeof Dcvonlhire's FLYING CHILDERS, his Dam by BASTO, his Grand Dam by Mr Pelham's BAY UARB, his Great Grand Dam by SPOT, out ofthe Vintner's Mare; SNIT

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