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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1794

At a meeting the Governors and the Apothecaries 11, Mr. Thomas A-olioadoy was cn efully arxi letters his open pr.-dii , that art. Ycileiday ari'ved the Qpeen Packer. Capt. .vitn Lady Aiiao, and a great o- p*Ar..- & London Papers Saturday laftcotuaia nothing

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

6 Mar 1793

ne confulted his fafetv by flight. The death of Louis XVI. appears have made but little impreifion his relation, the King of Spain. His Mod Catholic Majefry was preparing to hunt when received the news, he read the difpatch, and mounted his horfe. Two Englifli

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

16 Jul 1785

Work upon the Parchments. The Match between Lady Hcfter, Mr. Pitt’s Sifter, and Mr. Eliott, the eldell Son of Lord Eliott, waits for the Lawyers; fo that the Minifter’s Influence to be by matrimonial Connexions. Mr. Steele, Secretary to the Treafury, is to

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

14 Jun 1799

On-Friday Mr. \V Under Secretary Staie. out from Loudon with the expedition his former ftaiion Switzerland, where, by the prefent very date things, conceived that his knowledge the people, and means of influence. Vnay molt promote the the confederacy

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

18 Apr 1789

the- duty the court to attend his Majefty, he- having tignified his intention of paying his devotions the Cathedral Church Si Paul, the 13d inftant, being St George’s Day, and by proci.imation apart for day thankfgivtng for his hippy recovery; the lame was

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

20 Nov 1773

and miftrelles. ——A Mrs ; who lives in the fame ftrect, politely received the maiks, before going to the ball. Our author received this piece ot intelligence rather too late for his application Sir John l-ielding, who doubt would by his interpolition have

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The Scots Magazine

The Scots Magazine Midlothian, Scotland

1 Apr 1774

Gierilyon, being his wife's uncle, came almol every day, and took his morning-drink his houfe; and that the very night before the {laughter, did play at cards his own quarters with both the brothers. John depones, That old fjlenco his father had invited

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

6 Jun 1787

has lately taken place in the South of Ire laird, in confequence of the marriage of one of their' titular BiQiqps. The perfon alluded to is in his pcrfonal right a Nobleman ; and in very advanced period of his life, having taken an inclination to nialrimuny

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1780

Lift ThurfJay, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon, Stackpole, Efqi nnd Mr. irphv, failed in the Dirtmuu'h picket, Hartwell, for Holyhead; from which place fisc arrived yefterday, with Col. and hi> fon, and Mr Barton. Sunday, the Right Hon. Lord Carlow, Mrs. ic.artney,

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

22 Feb 1798

Wntkins, Mr. and Mr,. Knell -.r, Mr. at d Mrs. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Hayter, Mr and Mri. Hunt, Mr. and Mra. Brook, Mr. and Mrs. Fowles, Mr. and Mrs. Tate, Mr. and Mra Tyndcll, View article

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

18 Jun 1785

Highwayman, who robbed him of Guineas and his Watch ; Mr. Story complained oi his taking his Watch, when the Highwayman rcpll.'.l, it was lodgment on him for travelling on the Lord’s Day, when was not obliged to it; for his part, what did was out of Neceftity

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

13 Jul 1782

Lord of the Treafury. Mr. Fox, great allonilhment i.earing this, his Majclly, If uncer this circumllance, he had any objeftion to his (Mr. Fox’s) naming the new fecretary Hate this his replied, lkat. Sir, is already done.” which Mr. Fox rejoined, then I

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

20 Mar 1798

adopted Mrs. Piatt, of Tottenham Mills, Middlefex. el IT _ r ° v . e themfelves On Friday, aged 73 years, Mr*. Rebecca L atld Ie ,n to execution, wife of Mr Samuel Dowbiggen, of Enfield. .a ' renoble, feveral Jo Lately at Berne, in Switzerland, Lady Keith

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 Jul 1781

To the LADIES. THE greatett Variety fashionable HEAD DRESSES, ENGLISH’! Tete Warehouse, (the only One in this Kingdom) No. aB. Nallau-Strect. His Tetes and Syfteim are of fuch a luperior Quality and Lightners, fcarce ‘elt on tlie Head ; and, his Deceptions

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

15 Jun 1793

refigiutloi-, in her 2*| year, Mr*. Pratt, wife of Mr.Thu. Prau of k. ley, whofe amiable difpofition endeared her iil acquaintance, and the died lirctrely lan'cr.:- J. Monday died, Cncerely in aid year of her age, Mrs. Kcymer, wife of Mr. in, Kcymer, Jun, printer

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Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

13 Oct 1798

he ()leers and femmes. under his command. Mr: Deputy Leeßev oso . ved a congratulatory Addrsfs to his NT:ijelty; on the occation if the Lite glorious Victory of Admiral Net. ; and tbe.tootion being cartied unaninsotifiv. • All the Firft Lieutensats who

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Jul 1783

the Accident of his Rejoicing in Honour of the ill July, Had the Slugs been lodged higher or lower, no Matter Doubt remains, that the Circumll.mce would have proved fatal, from this Gentleman’s Proof of his Loyalty. Vellerc.ay Evening his Excellency the

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

9 Dec 1786

Ncvv-York, to hi* Grace tbe Lord ArcKbilhop of Cintcrbury, to, lie confecratcd Bilhdps for the United States. The Rev. DrGrilfitli Virginia is to be made third, to complete the Government of tiie Epifcopal Chnrth in thofe States. On FriJay laft, Mr Bowes exhibited

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Oct 1775

the Day betoie (being Monday) for Exhibition. O KI.LING firft Colt, Mr. John Kelly’s, Carver and O .Gilder, No. 5, College-green, near the Poll-office, he retiring Dufinef!. account ol his Health, a Capital Artbriment ArchiteH and French framed Glatlef,

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1785

fituateo, *“■ convenient Offices. Apply above. ~ To be fold, a (mall beautiful pied Hone, in his Shapes and Gaits, full Mane and Tail, an® carry young Lady or Gentleman. Apply To be inferted and Saturdays only. TO BE LET, AND CNTCfttO I*MlDI*Ttt < The

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