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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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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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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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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

7 Dec 1787

Colonel North, Mr. Mr. St. John, Sir Gilbert Elliot Colonel Fiupatrick, Mr. Grey, Mr. Wilbraham, Mr Adam, . Mr. Courtney, Mr. Anftruther, and Mr. M. A. Taylor, Sir James Erfkine. Go*t t til of *at ti Itb the Lakdsravi Hesxr. was then moved that the orvler

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

24 Nov 1781

refugees ftatiooed on Bergen Neck, his Royal Highnefs Prince William Henry, on his arrival in America, with the aofwcr of his Royal Highntis by Admiral Dipby, who aflures them, their loyalty and affcdhon (hall reprcfented his Majeftv. Inaufpicious appearances

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

4 Oct 1786

of bis Grace the Duke of Norfolk, add his relation Mr. Howard, Lord and Lady Malden, Sir George and Lady Corncwall, Sir Hunjerford and Lady Holklu the Right. Hon. Thomas Harley, the Hon. Mr. Foley, Mr. Price Lady Caroline, with [. other families didinttioo

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

8 Jul 1786

Hand-writing.^—•lt alto fold Mr. Fidfcri Pcrfqmcr,, in Oxford ; Mr. Page, in Banbury ; Match wick, Maidenhead , Mr. George Bradford, Wallihgtoid ; Mrs. in Reading; Mr. Minors, at Stratford upon Avon; Mf.'Wm. Purton, iq Warwick.;' Mr. Allen, Hereford; Gloucerter;

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

20 Apr 1789

feltivity in honour erf hi* Majefly. private letters from Vienna learn, that the Emperor was in reduced llate, that hi;-, phyficlans had hope of his recovery. had font for his brother Leopold, Grand Duke his preemptive heir, prcfent his demifc, in order that

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

1 Mar 1783

and an Allowance from Government fubllitutcd in Lieu. Ycßerday Afternoon laird Hcwe had an Audience his Majefty, on the of foch Ships his Lordfhip found in State Mutiny, on his late Viftt to Portfmouth. The Diffatisfaftir.n among many of them, appeared

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 1782

Fury 'tMr. Wjlliams, lives the Laud. Fotttflioa will given. t)tc, aa, twjr WICKLOW. immediately fold, or let -lot ever, derate •6oA. iR;' Wicntati*R Meafurc, the '*■—Wilhin one Mile «t M(v«nt leniently firinfT Mr. Attorney, in Henry-Areeti Mr. Jaof Sandymovnt

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

7 Oct 1786

give their attco- All peridot who (land indebted to the late Mr Shotton, dance, either by thcndelvu* or their Agents. are deiired to pay the fame to Mr A. Reed, or Mi Tof Hnbbuck, at Mr or Mr Geo. Tallentirc, Rad Merchant, NeweaflU, who are duly authorized

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Sep 1780

The winning gentlemen are, Mr. Chile of the grenadier f ld nicda j company _ Mr. cf the light tafan-^ try company I Mr. Johnfon of the firft I company Mr. Findlay of the feccnd V j m - company I Mr. Norris of the third company Mr. P.ilir.e'r of the fotirth

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Mar 1780

F-Noi-tsu t, Ladies ami Gentle snen’s Htur-D ekcr ami Ptruke- M.iker, at his Warehcufe (tiie cnly one this Kingdom) To. 28, Nallau-Strcet, made under his own lnfpeftion, the befl Materials, and of futh Colours is will fuit all Complexions. his Elafticaml

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Jun 1780

the the Houle Lords, during the jndifuofi.ion of the Laird Chancellor, are ftruck with admirstion at his Lord/hip’s powers, who, the very advanced age feventvfx, can preferve the full force’ of his abilities. A General Court of the Proprietors Eaft Inelia

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

11 May 1789

Mefi'rs. Kubinibn, at Saiiibiiry, Mr. Cnthna ; at Wincheftcr, by Mr. Robhins ; Southampton, by Mr. Baker; I'ortfmouth, Mr. Common, hit. Oofport, Mr. Watts; and all other bookfellers. n, in the county of Wilts, unt thereof to Mr. John rforc the Bth of Tune next:

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

28 Jun 1788

Monday, June S], yr old fwcepftakei, aogt. each, p,p. was won by Mr Burdon’s Ticket (1), Lord A. Hamtttou*k bay Coit(s), Mr Braodliog’i Piper Tom (j). Lady LlddaU, Sir Mi W. Ridley, and Mr Grey drew. Bets: Even betting between Lord Hamilton and Ehrden,

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

29 Jul 1788

effitaual Relief. Mr. Ward further thalami, that his Legs and Feet mach fabler', and appareutty lloplical the (welling of his Legs am entirely end Mr. Ward, whole Age his Gary-Gs, spies's in peace Health. April isth, 'OS. Mrs. Mary Wald, Wtle of Mr. ter Ward

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

11 Apr 1787

t4th ult.at the i'hetford, before Mr. Juftice Alhurft, and a molt refpcftable Jury.â??The caufe hinged upon two thingsâ??upon there malict in Mr. IVatfun, preferjng his incUftnjcnl, and proiaUc ground or caufe for his taking fuch aftep. doth the to points

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