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i/,^ dv $tain, and his Brother the Count Touloute, ipaited on the pfike of Bourbon, P^^ very well received, and much^carreff^^huifhe Report, ihttifo U to take hte Place at the Council -Board, '"U % H4f ?? ?? They write from f3stos« thai tf^hdvt4fa c * f/°™ Dantzick, that the fie
December 14, 1723 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
St. ChriftopherS, Od 28.

St. ChriftopherS, Od 28.

Colonel Wikes was laft Week at Do-i minka* where a Spanift Pftvtteer came under EnglifK Colours, andtook the Sloop he was in j but he fufpe-ftd them time enough to get on Shore with 8 Negroes, but the reft was taken in the Sloop and carried away.
January 11, 1727 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From Stanleys News-Letter, September %.

From Stanleys News-Letter, September %.

While the People were fo much alarmed with Ex- pectation of an immediate Rupture between Hanover :.nd Prnfjia, and of moft Part of the Powers of Europe being engaged therein, Advice came yefterday as 'tis sffufed, by Mr, Over the Mcffenger from Hanover, thar by the ?? le Rcprefc
August 30, 1729 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From Mr. W s Letter, June 9.

From Mr. W s Letter, June 9.

We have an Account from Scotland, That a Gentleman and his; Ser- ver, htely coming over the Kairnmcuth, which is eight Miles long N being got near to a Publick Honfe, the Servant went before to feck a Far? ir B to fhoe his Horfe ; foon after which, the Gentleman was ar- ?? b y a
June 18, 1726 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Jan. 21.

LONDON, Jan. 21.

Sunday Morning at 5 ?? died at his Houfe in Surrey Street in tbe Strand, aged fifty one Years wanting twelve Days, Wil- liam Congreve, Efqj who was the Author of feverai Plays. 'Tis wrote from Ireland, that Paul Lid- dy, the noted Munfter Robber, was ap- prehended on his Retreat
January 25, 1729 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From Jones's Letter, May Bj this Day's Holland Mail, have Advice, That an Exprefs front Rome pafjd through Lyons for

From Jones's Letter, May Bj this Day's Holland Mail, have Advice, That an Exprefs front Rome pafjd through Lyons for

Paris, teported, that the Auftrtan part) have got the Up~ hand in the Conclave, having entirely excluded the Family if Albani; ahd that ttbtr Letters import, the Affairs the Conclave are in Dtfdraer Ctu)ufion there bei'g Ammo fines among the Cardinals, that Cardinal Aquuvtva. ha
June 4, 1724 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
From the Whitehall Evening Post, June 2.

From the Whitehall Evening Post, June 2.

Cambray, June 4, The Lord Polwarth returned lalT: IVedncfday from Paris, whither he went to confult Phyficians about his Indifpofition. The Congrefs is like to remain in kind of till the Return of Expreifcs fent to divers Courts. Bruflels, June 5. The Lord Whitworrh has received
June 4, 1724 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Triv* Britain, Yol\ Book ' Pious P"Hl.ioner, n s t c»t Hell, Univ'jilal of Plato. Tale Tub Treafr.ry, Holts 5

Triv* Britain, Yol\ Book ' Pious P"Hl.ioner, n s t c»t Hell, Univ'jilal of Plato. Tale Tub Treafr.ry, Holts 5

Vols the Long "* Nclion's )..(Vice N«rn r ry Tabs. Man f\' Dancing lf w Country P^-Hip's elianies. h; <»t ' toy. » th. late of Buckingham. v. din ami i lovoiih i Vol. ioimn Civil Law re by had the ..'hole S the ~.V the, I'tc itnr. T Sunday the 7rh this July b.tw.cn and con, Watc
July 18, 1728 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
London Bill of Mortality, from Jane 18, to June 25, 1713.

London Bill of Mortality, from Jane 18, to June 25, 1713.

ABortive— Aged 19 Apoplexy ■ i Aithma- 2 Cancer ■ i Childbed Chrifums ■ » ■■ ■ ■ 2 ColTck 2 57 Oropfie Evil ■ 2 Fiver ■ ■■ ■ ■ 62 French Pox ■■ Gout ■ Grief Griping in the Guta H jr(hoehead——- jaundiefr- ■ Loofcnefs Metros- ■■ ■— Mortification 2, Palfie u rifie Rheumatifm ■ Rick
July 4, 1723 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
F*om Baker s Letter, June 29. Letters from Hamburg of nd Inftant fay, That their la/1 Letters from Vienna advifed,

F*om Baker s Letter, June 29. Letters from Hamburg of nd Inftant fay, That their la/1 Letters from Vienna advifed,

that the Diet of Hungary would in all probability broken Confufion, on account of the Difputes that had happened among tie States: The Profpeft of which gave gyeat Uneafinefs to the Proteflants of that Kingdom, who were very apprthenfive that it might prove of dangerous Conferen
July 4, 1723 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England