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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

15 May 1793

Surgeon to the Charity, Gray's Innroad, when Mr. John Welbank was unanimoully elected to fucceed Mr. Valentine Jones, decealed. Mr. T. Owen was elected lecond Surgeon, in the place of Mr. Welbank. Yefterday, the Court King's Bench, Mr. Bearcroft obtained

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

3 May 1760

Secretary. IF Silas late of New Elvet, In or neat the City of Duiham, Merchant, now living, ia defiled to inform MelT. Smart and Welbank, Atiotnics at Law, in Gtay’iinn London, ot Mr William Hopper, Attorney Law, in Dutham, of the Place of his Abode, and how

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Mar 1789

Knowtlrop, near this town. The fame day was married, Mr. Thomas Mitchell, wholefale linen-draper, to Mils Welbank, eldelt daughter of Chriltupher Welbank, lilqj of Mount Pleafant, near Northallerton. On Tuefday latt, was married, Thomas Simon Scroope, Efq;

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1798

6,lth year of her age, Mif, Dorothy Adaim, a maiden lady. On Wtdnclday died, at Northallerton, Mrs. Welbank, mother ot the late Edward Dawfon Welbank. Kfq. On Thurfday laft departed this life, in the 36th year of her age, Mri. Matvai.-t Fuller, wile of

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

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

5 Jan 1779

Comjnifl.uy for , Navy Prifomrs, N. k. _ [No. I.J Sir, Niw : nrk,Od. 2i). Gumbier having been informed that pilot of the name of Welbank, lately employed m Hotham (loop, fent with a flag truce the Delaware, now elofely confined dungeon Ph ladelphia, and intended

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

5 Aug 1784

Sept. 6, 7, and iS, at the Windmill Inn, at Upton, near Shiffnall. Attornies, Mr. Gilbert Brown, in Shiffnall ; or MeiTrs. Welbank and Rain, Gray's-lnn. James Wefcombe, of Exeter, Bricklayer and Brickmaker. To appear Aug. 17, 18, and Sept. 8, at Swale's

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

30 Mar 1799

upoo Tjror, Hat er and Hofier, Eankrtipt, to Tam motick, that (bey not inacoi* •tcly pay their rclpcdive Dcbrt to Mr. WilhaM Welbank, Mr. Mitchell'*, Side, Nevcafile, and arlio duly authorised them, Adtooc will be coamcocrd for Recovery tberewf a.dwu; forthi

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Mar 1789

(rem Kcwcaftle. lodultry, Price, (rom Abcratetn. Kingdom, Harper, from Ulverltone. Provi. dence. Hartley, from Bolton. Lark, Welbank, from Ber. wick and Altmouth. Aursra, Seagcr, (rem Lynn. Hope- well, Bidwe.l, (rem Weill. Mary Ann, Haper, (torn Wifbech.

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

28 Aug 1778

William Tolfon, late of Fenchurch-Street, London, Mer- chant. To appear Sept. ?? 14, and Oct. 6, at Guild- hall. Attorney, Mr. Welbank, Dyers-Buildings, Hol- born, London. John White, now or late of Billfley, Warwickfhire, Dealer and Chapman. To appear Sept

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

8 Oct 1765

14 years old, and was bought by Mr. Scott, four years ago, for five guineas, faddle and bridle included. On Wednefday Mr. Welbank, of York, undertook, for a wager of two guineas, to drive a cow fix miles with- in an hour; which he did, on the road leading

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

5 Feb 1779

Ironmafter. To appear Feb. 23, 24, and March 16, at the Golden- Lion, in Afton-Street, Birmingham. Attorney, Mr. Chriftopher Welbank, Dyers-Buildings, London. Williinn Infley, of Mary-le-bone-Street, in the Parifh of St. James, Weftminfter, Middlefex, Se

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

31 Aug 1778

Tolfon, of I'enchurch - Street, London, Merchant : To furrender Sept. 12, 14, and Oct. 6, Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Welbank, Dyer's - Buildings, Holborn. Robert Chapman, of Bofton, Lincolnshire, 3/iopkeeper s To furrender Sept. 4, 5, and Oct. (i

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

8 Dec 1785

and Chapman. To appear Jan. 9, 10, and 21, at the Red ' Lion, in Durham. Attornies, Mr. Richard Scruton,. in Durham ; and Welb'ank and Rain, Gray's Inn, London. John Polley, of. St. Giles's, in the Suburbs of the City of Oxford, Sackcloth-Maker. To appear

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

16 Nov 1776

on each day, at tlie of Mr. John Shaw, the Golden Lion, in the city Durham. Attorney, Mr. John Ridfdale, in Sunderland Mr. Welbank,* Djer's Building*, Hoi horn. Robert Aurtin, Deeping St. the county of Lincoln, Money.fcrivtoc, Dealer and Chapman; furrender

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

2 Jun 1785

To appear Tune 22, 23, and July 16, atthe Red Lion, in Pontefraa. Attornies, Meflrs. Clarkfon, in Pontefraft, or Meffrs. Welbank and Rain, in Gray's Inn, London. Thomas Francis, late of Alverftoke, Southampton, Seeds- man. To appear June 17, 18, at the

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

5 Oct 1765

known; the bell Wheat fold 4s. 6d. and under, per Bufttel, which the Market-Day before fold at s. per Bnftie). On Tuelday Mr. Welbank, of this City, undertook, for a Wager of two Guineas, to drive a Cow fix Miles within an Hour ; which he did on the Road leading

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

4 Jan 1779

DICK, Commjflary for Navy Prifaners, N. Vork. NUMBER I. u ,' . . Ne r 27, having been informed, that a pilor the name of Welbank, lately employed the , iiotnam floop, lent with a flag of truce to the Delaware, now cloiely confined in dungeon at Philadelphia

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

8 Oct 1790

Tuefday the Navy Board made a private contrail for 3000 tons of tranfports, to be ready with all poffible difpatch.—Mefl'rs. Welbank and Co. the Ruffian Brokers, is the houfe with which the contract has been executed. Seven thoufand men, is reported, have

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

6 Nov 1776

of the fame month four in afternoon, and on the of December next, at ten in the foren.on, Guildhell, London. Attorney, Mr. Welbank, Dyer't Buildings, Holborn, London. E N D S to made. William Prentice, of the borough of Southveark In the of Surry, Chee

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

4 Jan 1779

Prifoners at New-York. [No. I.J SjR, New-Fork, Oil. 27, 1778. Admiral Gambier having been informed, that Pilot, of the Name of Welbank, lately employed the Hotham Sloop, with Flag of Mruce to the Delaware, is now confined Dungeon at Philadelphia, and intended

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