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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

15 Feb 1791

praAice of the Bank upon that lubjetl He replied, they adopted the three daya of grace.— ■ Lord Kenyon, Mr. Jultice Alhurft, Mr. Juftice Buller, and Mr. Jullice Crofe, concurred in opinion, and judgment given in favour of three dayt grace. An adion wat

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

5 Apr 1777

was won Mr. Vernon’s Alhcnais. Mr. Hatton’s Gentle Kitty beat Mr. Powell’s Pizarro, Guineas. A Sweep flakes of Guineas each was won Mr. Wentworth’s Black Tom.. Mr. Dunbar’* beat Mr. Douglas’s Mifs Snap, Gs. Mr. Breretou’s Black Mare by beat Mr. o’Ke!lv’<

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

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

17 Jan 1783

j, Jicnctadfion will received by the Rev. Mr. Ranelagh-road the Rev. Mr. Conoliy, No. 3,‘Bl(Kop-li’ Mr. Naih. H<>n End Mr. John Thomplbn, Church-Wartdens ; the Rt. Hon. the laird Mayor; Mr. David Sher- ; Mr. J. E. Moore, Kew-row ; Tluima- Andjtews, Robert

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

18 Jul 1769

Chymift, by Match'em 3 Mr. Vernon's bay filly Coquet, by Compton's Barb a Mr. Shaftoe's bay filly Rotebud, filler to Timidity 14. Farnham, Sir J. Moore, and Mr. Billiton, paid fort. Mr. Blake's Metaphyfirian, by Snap, f ft. 71b. beat Mr. R. Pigot's Darling

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

2 Jan 1790

Linfktll, Efq. Walker Mr H. Mr T. P »wdhch Mr Qgintio Blackburne H t L D S-. Mr Ji>hn Scott Mr John Noble Mr John Fenwick Jamet Smith Mr CJe.iige French Mr WiUimm Curry SOUTH Mi Cutbbert Martk*U Mr John Mr JuSonuoUUoa Mr Heron H I E L I> St View article

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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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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

9 Feb 1793

AA. frmmiingktm Mr. TUo. Crilp Mr. Nathaniel K. Mr.J. Bcnington John Gaol* . Chandler Holl'jj. Mr*. M. Shewing Hru.ifry- Mr. S. Foottnelle Mr. Jon. Wa»pe Mr. Cavell John Moor John Robert Virtue Mr. S. Bayt»*. Jeptha Waller John Mablon Mr. N.Benington LfifJham

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

4 Aug 1761

the Boy was ion, out, and then apt into a little Place fc.in FLANDERS. Mr. Purim works in, broke open his Sbew-Glafs, and the Mail fret HOLLAND and ow Drawer where Mr. Perrins kept his Money, and was tting the tonjimainople, Things into a white Night-Cap

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

7 Jan 1786

Hetfaerii«w,'hi the faid Parjlh Ford, CART HORSE, fix years old, about fifteen hands high, 3£ Black, with brown Hips and mouth, long white ftripe down his forcht-td. White hind with little 3C white on both hi* fore feet, and fome white fpots on his back and

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

8 Nov 1794

perlnot, coufirroed than).. Mr Barkley, Daniel Stuart, Secretary to the Society of the Friendt of the People, Mr John Carr, Mr htephenfon, «taft Mr Alexander Clegg, all gave hint ebaradter far quictafl difpofitlaa. . . Mr Oliver obferved, that being the

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

20 Sep 1786

falntc his anpioaeh—hut his Lortlliiip, on leaving Kendal, returned directly to lajwthvr. Lad week add Is His Majeily was forwarded to London, iigned by the mayor, aldermen, and burgclfcs the borough Kirkby Kendal, to congialulalc His Majefty on his late

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Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

7 Sep 1793

than that of alleviating its diftreffes. T 0 or three of his Nieces in particular experienced the bounty of his purfe, whom he allowed, for the laft eight years pall, 2501. a year. Mr. Walmfley is inconfolable for the miffortune that has fo unexpettedly

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1779

Manner to, the. his Majefty’s Attorney tfthcml, and did threaten take away his 'Life, and \vith'Stones ind other Weapon*l did Very and injure the ,o{ his Majefty’s fuidAttodoey and core-, rut-feveral'othcr Enormities, to the great his Subjects. .:•! >••*

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

13 Jun 1797

M delale and Retail, Mr. Ltgnttm**, 54, Tno»ria*.Hreet, Matthtller; and, hy Ap* point meet, of Mr Wbitei.a*e»; Mr.flt hetd.CarliAri Mr IrMord, WerkitHioo ; hit Walker, Cuc*.erniiM

Mr. and R.chttdfoo, Penuth; Mr. Parker and Mr. W aim Hey, I aw* all*

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

23 Jan 1770

igted G. R.S. came , mutat be iniirted by Reale* of the real Name. S P Mr. ARDEN pretence his Comp Ladies and Gentlemen in Chatter, arm .neigh. hnurhoccl, that are Sublcribers to his Lettuces ; alto to thole who intend to bbleribe, Ind defizes the Favour

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

12 Jul 1788

im- £4 ‘being eonvifted fueh offence, cither by hi. own ovn = . Hi* ExceUeney. tho Marquis Buckingham, hi. of fcvetal peifon* of fortune the town. Mr Sutton fob- ai llc ly replaced, under the penalty of Mr JbV/ivg <1 day feffiu; the view Juftice the Paaec

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

3 Jan 1789

[Price Three Pence.] SATURDAY, January 3, [Number 1862 Regent would have it his power to do what he pleafcd with the perfon of his Maitfty; might remove from about him every one of his attendants, from the noble Lords with the .White Staves (the Lord Chamberlain

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

13 Jan 1789

hoer for a ll o t it by J. Monk, in Cholla, appointed by •hi I England The i t e,t of his Mind was fi nite; and STAIE LO [KY, 17SS, begin' Dravrina of al. be fame for I hire Geduld only, , ins fo his Schemes were to Ergl•nd, not the prate! February 1719 e

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

27 Oct 1797

Gren-I ville, and Mr. Windham alfifled. | Lord Grenville laid before the King difpatehes received from Vienna, tad from the Court For- lU Spencer end Mr. Windham had eudiences after the Council, and Monday next waa appointed for his Majcfty go down to

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

4 Jun 1785

hy the death of Mr AtkinCm, Mr Pift has toft one of his fleadieft friends, and the India Company nsoft noble advocate. The public have the aftive part he took dating the ages of Pox’s India bill; and his iUnefs is attributed to his extraoniiaaly exertions

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