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Yefterday Morning his Royal Highnefs the Duke took the Diverfiott ©fShootingin Richmond Park. The Th f ?a W Sg th f licke?I icke ? , in th eprefent Lotterywas comnleated on Wednefday laft, and the Receipts for the Line will be jflued at the Bank with all Expedition On Thurfday a
August 23, 1733 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Saturday's Post,

Saturday's Post,

From the St. James'j Evening-Post, Niv. 4. Edinburgh, Oilober 28. Jk^r^^-""*' ' - ?? E ' Car " ** 0m P en ?? re * c^ ia * vv * iei - ?? c &P3p^l|§ \xjWsS&' Protection; which failing, and confi- Ww Jl I PH^iWba. dei ing they had been difciplmd in like ?? Manner by the Populace at
November 11, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
In Commons of the of Deputy Lit of tie County* T ' ren Pvmnt'f\ft'**+r of *he 'Tax* lie never too

In Commons of the of Deputy Lit of tie County* T ' ren Pvmnt'f\ft'**+r of *he 'Tax* lie never too

Bribes* 1+ fIA Iwguijlfd Years of the PalJle. 11l Befog S.o Tears of Stamford
January 11, 1721 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ft it it give Nettie, THA.T tlx Commiifion ifluing out of the of Chancery, (he Creditors John Bur/1 t late

ft it it give Nettie, THA.T tlx Commiifion ifluing out of the of Chancery, (he Creditors John Bur/1 t late

of the City of Lincoln, Gentleman, have not already proved their Debts before Samuel one of the Mailers the faid Court) will executed on Mon day the September at the Houfc Mts. Holywell, being the Sign of the Rein-Deer in the laid City ot Umofn: And at intend to prove their che
August 21, 1740 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Paris, October 21.

Paris, October 21.

Ordonanceof the King for augmenting the Pay of our Soldiery, particularly of Subaltern Officers, Is now under thePrefs. There is a prodigious Concourfe of People who carry to. the Mint their old Species ahd Bank Notes, tho' they receive but a fmall Part in new coin'd Money for t
October 27, 1720 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Amsterdam, October 25.

Amsterdam, October 25.

!'■ Here is Ad vide from Oftend, that the Ship call'd the Emprcfs Elizabeth, riding in that Port, was on the ipthlnftant carried out by the Violence of the Tide, having loft all her Anchors by the breaking of the Cables, and at fome fmall E)iftance from the Harbour, run upon the
October 27, 1720 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Cadix, Oct. 11.

Cadix, Oct. 11.

Cadix, Oct. & Troops and Provifions arrive here d.iily. Here came alfo from Corunna and Bjlboa 37 Tranfports arwi flat' bottom'd Veflels,.which landed above 5000 Land Forces, finely cloath'd and arm'd.
October 27, 1720 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
London, October 25.

London, October 25.

/- y - Laft Sunday Morning, the BriftolMnl wis robb'd, 4 Miles oa this Side Briftol by one Highwayman and one Foot-pad, who carried away the Mail, which was onlv the Bnftol i£ -. 1 O » Thariday the of Ellex was fafely brought to Bed of a fine Daughter. The Lord Stourton died lat
October 27, 1720 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Fro* tAe 1 0 4 Sept: g. LaR Night tome Rogues broke into the and aridiron; a well-known Publick Houle

Fro* tAe 1 0 4 Sept: g. LaR Night tome Rogues broke into the and aridiron; a well-known Publick Houle

in St. Paul's Church-yard, but being over-heard by the People of the Houle, only robb'd the Till of about (even Pound, and got off undifcoverl. Lad Saturday died at Wefton in Chethire, the Rev. Mr. Robert Pons, Curate of Presbury, and Mace of the School in that Town; a Gentleman
September 7, 1743 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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August 13, 1743 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England