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

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Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

6 May 1797

at a neighbonrin3 houfe, laird forth. Their firft at of villainy, as 111C3ii as it sv,,s d.abolical, was to take, tile both-pin out of a carriage, in which were ladies only ; the tat ;nage was nearly overturned, and the ladies were much frightened, titongli

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

24 May 1768

in Taroorics Mr. Edwards. Mercer, in Wrtaharn; Mr. Cofneti, Mr. and Mr. Tipton, in Salop Mr. Taylor, bookfinks, in Nareprivich Mr. Turner. in FrodNam: Mr. Banks. in Warrington; Mr. Banks, in Wi g to; Mr. Leigh, in Noislivrich; and by she Prints, hereof

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

26 Jan 1771

withdrawn, at Mr Harley was not. prefent to vindicate his own cooduft. Mr (kid, that for bis part, fo far from cenfuring the worthy Alderman, he thought he deferved their thank* That it was his opinion prefs warrants were legal. was anfwered by Mr Merry, who

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

2 May 1769

Vv.,. the Rev. Mr. Warringto n Mr. Barkley. M r . Edward Browne, Mr. William Bickerton. Mr. John 'Davies. Mr. David Mom., Mr. john Fdwards, Mr. Hugh Jones, Widow Jones, Mr. John nnet, Mr. Tho. mat Jones, Mr. Jones, Mr. Richard loner, View article

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumberland, England

24 Jan 1792

Wol&aflwia, Mits Wouler, of ihc fame plan.—At Skclloo, Mr. John Lanesfrr, ul Skrltoa Wood Foot, to Mitt Ann Gtiuiial, —At Mr. Thoout Bell.nf Hrfkn, to Milt Hinaab Wricht, of Csaietownby, —AI CarliOe, Mr. John Grabsai, So Mitt Mary Uolidiy, that flan. ■a —SHatfe*

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jun 1780

THOMAS HEATH, at his China, Glaft, and Earthenware Houle, No. 28, Femplcbar, within two doers of Anajcfea-Stveet, returns his lincere thanks the public iu general lor their encouragement his conimciicement in liulinefs; and thinks it his duty to acquaint

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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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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

24 May 1777

the forgery which he wax convidkcd lad f Son, V **° font thereabout!, Capt. «ht Rev. Mr Boiler. Dr Cogxn, Mr Boekdoue, Mr Hxt- wWSBW . l,^ aaMr ben ham, and Mr Hawei, the onfor- . lunate divine to tbe door of the dock, from whence he f* 1

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

23 Aug 1794

qft. fmr mUti, Mr .I«rMr HwciMafea't Overton foor hen SvittfJlaUi JOCgi. nti, i. ft. ntti ift. jit. flliu 4/4. Mr Dawrim’»Bcn««toii r, Mr Kauicriov 4, Mr P. Deiltrjr'* Hornet $, Mr Omham'x. e. 4

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Calcutta Gazette

Calcutta Gazette West Bengal, India

14 Jun 1787

half on a mortgage, if required, for Laird. Y candle. Tickets for Non Subic at One Gold one year ; any other particulars may be MAJORS. Coll PI tT, Saillie. known of Mr. Oldham. Asr c Mo hur each, to be had pf Mr. CAROldha April tB, t 787. Aird. Alley

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

13 Mar 1773

which occ.ifi'>nid warm debate ; the principal fpeaker* were V.r. Cilvcrt, Mr. .utd Mr. Murton, again!) it; and Mr. Dotvdifwill Mr. Gilbert,and Mr H. Cave ndifli in its fawair. Mr Giihrrl. —Sir, the diDmiV' *>f ’he poet are Hecoirn fd great, proeiliefls

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

22 Jul 1786

alio fold Mr. Fidlcr, Perfumer, in Oxford; Mr. Page, Banbury ; Mil's Matchwick, in Maidenhead , Mr. George Bradford, in Walling.'ord ; s. Pariih, in Reading; Mr. Minors, at Stratford upon Avon; Mr. Win. Purton, in Warwick ; Mr. Allen, Hereford ; Mr. Addis

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

14 Sep 1782

Meynell's Euridice, Mr Davifon’s grey Colt, Mr Ed. Hall's hay Filly, Mr Sleigh’s Prifcilla, Mr Anth. Hall's bay Colt, Millunkc’s h.y Colt, General Eambfqn’i bay Colt, Sir Thomas Duudas’s l»ay F lly, Mr Hamlet's chef. Coir, Mr Boizman’s hay Filly

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

7 Apr 1787

is alfo fold I»y Mr. Fidler, Perfumer, in Oxford; Mr. Pase, in lianhury ; in Maidenhead ; Mr. George Bradford, Wallingford ; Mrs, Parifh, Reading ; Mr. Minors, Stratford upon Avon ; Mr. Wm. Purton, in Warwick; Mr. Allen, Hereford; Mr. Addis, in Glouceltcr;

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

15 Jun 1771

BiOisp Auckland; Mr I. lanfon, in Middleham ; Mr Metcalf, and Mr Ctaggs, in Richmond Mr Hodgfon, in Carfifte; Mr Miles Carney, in Penrith; Mr Cat butt, in Whitby; Mr Pickering, and Mr Chriftopiicti -in Stockton; Mr in Wakefield; and Mrs Weft, in North Shields

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Dublin Courier

Dublin Courier Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 May 1761

the aud of May. Marc-Antony Mr. Barry, Odfavia Mrs. Dancer, and Cleopatra Mrs. Fitzhenry for the benefit of Mr. Glover, Mr. Mahon, and Mr. Hamilton. Right genuine NORWAY Tar, and Tar- Water, prepared and (bid as ufual, at Mr. Heatley’s old Tar-water (hop

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

26 May 1767

On Saturday Anthony Barnwell, a Romith Priell, charged with exercifing his funaion in a private Mafs Mule, in kag-fair, was admitted to bail before the lion. Mr. Jadge Hewitt, for his appearance the hrft day of next term, toanfwer the raid charge, in a

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

20 Jan 1767

poll chaife ; and the young lady, as well as her conduftor, (who by this time became her molt ardent 14gr) thinking it no way advifeable the fhould return without her errand, the was perfuaded to accept of his hand intlead of his matter's. The marriage has

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

21 Nov 1778

Cawdki l ; the Mafic compofed MefT. Shields, Evans, and Ht.dby. Api>eita;it, Mr Cawdell Apollo, Mr Emery ; 5a..0r (with a Song) Mr Baker.—Tragic Mule. Mrs |; ; Comic Mufe, Mrs Hamilton, being her firft Appearance.—Sailors, &c. the Relt the Company- After

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

24 Feb 1776

Wilk. s and Hopkins. The mew hands was greatly in favour of Mr WMltes; bit poll was demanded the friends Mr Hopkins, which began immediately. And at the this day, for Alderman Wilkes 16S. Mr Wilkes, in a fpeech addrefled to the Livery, a (Tit red them

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