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  • For Years: 1730 - 1739

The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

4 May 1739

to the Laird of Gairloch. Mafter John Gower, fon to the Lord Gower, about nine months old. Lady Anne Pierpont, filler to the Duke of Kingfton. Sir Cecil Wyche, Bart, his Majefty's Minifter to the cirle of Lower Saxony. John Hollings, one of his Majefty's

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Type: FamilyNotice
Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

23 May 1730

Night, being tne 6.h Inftant, ¦A Gelding belonging to Mr. T^hert t.epbenjon, Herd to Mr. \obert Douglafs, Brother German to the Laird of Cavers, heritable Sheriff ot Thiodcle, and Faftor to his Grace the Duke of n<>t>g'af, in, Jedburgh Forfeit ; The

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Type: Advertisement
Ipswich Journal

Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

29 Jan 1731

Sutor, aged about 37, a Farmer in Mid* die Maufe (belonging to the Laird of Balgown) near Craighall, being 'about the Month of December 1728, in the Fields vvith his Servants, near his own Houfe, over-heard at lome Diftance, as it w re, an uncommon Skreeking

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Type: Article
Ipswich Journal

Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

27 Sep 1735

rhe Dutchefs Dowager cf Portland, the Duke of Berwick, the Lady Vifcountefi Falmouth, the Ken. Mrs. Dunch, the Lady of Robert' Montagu, Lady OxeiDden, the Ccunrefs ol Burlington, Mrs. Sandys, Mrs. Archer, &c. FVom

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Type: Article
Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

4 Oct 1739

for Foundling Children. His Grace the Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlaia of his Mjjcfly's Houlhold, has appointed Mr. Carter, ot Covnecry, to Groom of the Chamber his Maje- Ity, the 100 m of Mr. Thomas Martin, dccea#'d. Lall Week Mr. Saye, Haberdalher in

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Type: Article
Caledonian Mercury

Caledonian Mercury Midlothian, Scotland

26 Jan 1731

Sutor, aged about 37, a Farmer in Middle Maufe (belonging to the Laird of Bal- gown) near Craighall; being, about the Month of December 1 728, in the Fields with his Servants, nesr his own Houfe, over he*rd at fon»e Diftance, as' 'twere, an uncommon Screekmg

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Type: Article
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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Type: Article
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

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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Type: Article
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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Type: Article
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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Type: Article
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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Type: Article
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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Type: Article
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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Type: Advertisement
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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Type: Advertisement
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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Type: Advertisement
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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