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7 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • For Years: 1750 - 1759
  • Type: Illustrated

Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

8 Aug 1758

News that his Majetty was in extreme good Health, and had not been ill for a Tingle Day. A Mellinger was Yefterday difpatched to Embden, in his Way to Prince Ferchaa.cd's Army, after which he is to proceed to Berlin. This Morning a Loan to his Majcfly,

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Type: Illustrated
Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

27 Dec 1757

For Fairicalars Enquire of Mr. &fonds id. . LUT - 1 and edited :rpm May-Vey convenient Brick Houle iituaf:d in !fisher Ptovat R widdn two Miles of Roanlord. now in the Rs.. Mills. neatly laird op with Paper. and other hied Furniture-for a frail Peedly

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

23 Aug 1757

lie was the Perfon. The Boy, who belonged to Mr. Ireland in Piccadilly, and was guilty of the imprudeti Aa of quitting his /ionic and the Mail at she the Time it was able, is, we hear. in Cullody. Lait Nigh; Mr. Tanner, a llaberdafher in Piccadilly, was

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

27 Sep 1757

Marthal, a lt s 4 ;fter Icar-tag the Latin Tongue from Mr. kuridiman, of tie aim Grammar that go by his Name, Mt to c retle or Aberdeen, whist, was founded by one of treat Are-liors, Auno ;O. His Tutor was Mr. ft co'aert Lent,: commonly called Bahop. who wrote

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

29 Jul 1755

a Window two Stories high, the firli of whom efcaped unhurt. she fecond had his Scull fraftured, and the third his Leg broke. The fourth kept the Garrifon with a Pißol in his Hand, which obliged the Renters to retreat. COUNTRY N E W S. t. We are upon

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Pue's Occurrences

Pue's Occurrences Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Feb 1756

â??ln Gcorgcâ??s-I.ane, the W ,te Mr. Keys. Brulhmaker.â??ln Chequer-Lane, Mr. John Coats. Merchantâ??(2s.) In Dame-Strcct, Mr. W,|, l liam Poe, Supcrvifor of Hearth Moneyâ??C ! Back-Lane, the Wife of Mr. Edward Mangan, Linnen' Draper. COMMITMENTS

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Pue's Occurrences

Pue's Occurrences Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Sep 1758

for Carria— underneath, with five Acres of Ground laid down ! Scafon for Meadqwing. lionuii Mr. Edward of Portarlington, or Mr. Rowe the CUilom-Houfe, or at his Hoiife in Strect, Dublin. I .''REDERICK GORDON in Smitlilield, Apothnary, cootinues to JC Import

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Type: Illustrated