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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

13 Oct 1787

Sawyer; Refuorce, Cipt. Minchm; Ariadne, Cap*. Olborne, and Wtaal* bcW, Capt. Hood. Hi* RoyaTHlghnefi wa* received Lord DoTehcflcT on hi* hading, with *ll the honour* doe to hi* rank—the troops* wete regularly drawn up on the occafibnt m the evening a general

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

3 Aug 1776

Gcorpe, the Head Waiter, the London Coffce-honfe; Mr Brown, at the Angel, in Fleet-Mar* ket; Mr' Peacock, No. If), Nicholat .Lane ; Mr Mar* tin, Shoemaker, Liquor Pord-ftreer. Gray’t 100-lane ; and Mr Axitll, No jo, King rtrcct, Wtll-Smul.field. By the

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

16 Feb 1768

Stabling, a Brewlionie, yin-d, Mr. T ho mas Wickned, the in Nasatwich eve Day, but I again relented, nearly as bad Mat fiat, Legs Garden, anent two Acre, of Lind, of secret:4. been folicited by his Friends to leave his Drops tho ' I used at haft twice

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

12 Apr 1768

fold by Mr. Monk, and Mr, Law ton, in Chace. ; Dlr. Bortaafkill, lancatier ; Mr. Banks, Warrinton ; Mr. Byerley, Newcaft:e, St..trort. ; • Mi. Etiieringt..n, York Mr. Eddoa..,, Salop; Mr. Poole, Mr. ; Mr, worral, l.cclesfie,4 }Wrap, Manchester • Mr. Nc:fma

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

29 Dec 1787

t Monf Bougainville is appo'wted on the part France; the Prqteftanto ham been paffedby Ike Parliament except Mr Rugen, late Secretary to laird Keppel, goes on the three, which are refereed to a Committee. t ' * Jo, v, the part of Great Britain, to France

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

10 Apr 1787

expeCted at t 7. real c0n,,,, took his bell', t ' . far t'. be then and there bringing it to Mr• Gittfiths, King's Head, Croat., ;or to A S eaton, but , twig known, may be de. of frldifrertl A Biatop of Lincoln, his Maietty . s Com- D ARLAND-HALL, in

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Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser

Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser Lancashire, England

4 Jun 1795

(tables for tunc boric*, (addle-houfa, and a double coach-hoOse. . For further particular* apply in Mr. Statham, Leigh-drert; Mr. Leigh, Bafnett-ftrcett Mr. Culchcth, in John-ftreet, Liverpool. - . ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE LONDON, (Eftahliflicd by Royal

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Calcutta Gazette

Calcutta Gazette West Bengal, India

15 Jun 1797

their COal. million Room, THE CHOICE INVESTMENTS of MR. J. HALLIBURTON, CHIEF OFFICER, OF FHB HONOURABLE COMPANY , ' SHIP PHOENIX; MR. WILLIAM STOKOE, CHIEF OFFICER, MR. EDWARD CHAPMAN, THIRD OFFICER, A MD MR. JOHN WHITE, PURSER, THE PITT; The whole forming

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

29 Nov 1791

interfere, will afilft. This meeting is to held at Ai* Chapelle, and Count Fcrfen will attend it on the part of his Swedifh Majefty., Lady Cras’en was to the Margavc of Anfpach, Lifbnn, a few days after fhe received intelligence of the death Lord . Their

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

3 Mar 1773

frequently takes his Lordlhip upon his Shooting parties, and treats him with a degree of familiarity uaufoal with the general reServe his temper. The made who appeared in tbe character Joe Snip the the hit and acquired fo credit for executing his part with propriety

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

9 Dec 1760

for Hyde Patk, where his Majefty and their Royal Highneffes got our, and mounted their Hortes ; but jull as his &lastly was mounting, his Horfe rear'd up and threw him, tho' paovidentially his Majefty received not the leaft Hurt : His Majelly's Coat and

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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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Sheffield Register, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, & Nottinghamshire Universal Advertiser

Sheffield Register, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, & Nottinghamshire Universal Advertiser Yorkshire, England

28 Mar 1794

thedUbculties impofed, Mr. M. A. Taylor never in his life g've vo more unifon with his coaluence, than ihould give his vote to-night favour the motion. A Right Hon. Gentleman (Mr. had laid that acquainted with loudnefs Voice. Now,’* laid Mr. Taylor, •* of the

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

10 Apr 1779

Guinea a Mare, and One Shilling to the servant. wa* bred by the late Mr George Selby, was â?¢â?¢â?¢'t Motob'em, (who cotrer. now at Fifty Guiooi Marc) hi. dam was the above Mr Selbyâ??. well-kn�»n Marc called Creeping Kate, who wa

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

13 Feb 1788

adjoining; lituaic in Slratnongatc, in Kendjl alorefaid The Premifr* may fern by ation to Mr. John IVt/fun « Mr, IVikinfon, both of Kendal. Fnrth 1 Paiticubis may had ol Mr. XJurre//\ t n-ar Wlnt« U*) .uiJ .■Pr'O*'! Kko.4 inn >N 7. 1. Til. Wi.uh M, Fn. a. tnor

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

15 May 1779

the Cicntlemcn Korthum . Bayilv, Capt. Klncir, Mr Hargrave, and Mr Aflley. ~ . Hurworth, near Dar- f; of Durham :Mr John , i here had been many ribbons prepared with dtf,VV 'a' Crown each Mare. lhT1(1 . Mr Thomas R.chard.on tor Durham. Yr.he pLieular friends

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jul 1781

profeffi plan the fame place.— The veftel in which had began his voyage was foon captured * Spinilb lliip. and carried into port of Spin. During this part his capt’vitv, Mr. Hi-key w-s, for reafon or other, treated with more than ordinary Severity; nor

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

4 Nov 1794

Wilkins. Share of THOUSAND POUND PRIZE Mr. ff, Lambert. Share of THOUSAND POUND PRIZE to Mr. f Filliner. Moulded* THOUSANO PRIZE to Mr. Leonard A S h aTH ° USAND POUND PRIZE Mr,. A Share of THOUSAND POUND PRIZE Mr. Johnfon, Salifbury fquare, Fleet-ftreeti

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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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