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THE.DERBT MERCURY:

THE.DERBT MERCURY:

THE DERBT MERCURY: Thursday, December t 3 . t 7i9 ; To be continue Weekly. y OLUME Vlll, JJUMB. fy
December 13, 1739 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Monday's Post.

Monday's Post.

From the St. Ja m c sj s Eve n i ng- P o s t, Dec. 8. An Exttatt of A Letter from the Hague. < Tk r Van Hoey, the Dutch AmbafTador at Paris, in his laft 4 XVL* Letter to the States General^ mentions a very remark- * able Affair • He writes, that being in Conference with Cardi- *
December 13, 1739 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From Wye's LETTER, £.c. 8.

From Wye's LETTER, £.c. 8.

Gibraltar, the 6th pafl, Admiral Haddock arrived here fome D^ys fince on board of the Sower fit, with the Lamafler, Edin im>JpWch, and f if mouth, the Grampus *p r hate, Salaman- ierßomb, and the Mercury Dmket, ?? Gaty^rl ips, the relief that Admiral's Sauadron, continues trilli
December 13, 1739 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, Dec, n.

London, Dec, n.

whi h cannot conveniently he till after ChriumaT PP ° mted ' Laft Week a melancholy Accident happened at a Houfe m Eaft- Dean in SufTex: A Bomh Sh-n »iJ*£ J l a "< )U!e| n For Mr. Souihwell , ggl Mr. Combe . .Jo. T.s expend that the EleAion will end this Day. Ibe Letters from Co
December 13, 1739 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AD VERT I S E ME NT S. There being awy fniall Number left of Mr. POPE's HOMER' s ILIADS,

AD VERT I S E ME NT S. There being awy fniall Number left of Mr. POPE's HOMER' s ILIADS,

infix Volumes, Folio, in large and fmall Paper, as alfo in Quarto, large. Paper, in This large Print. The Subfcription Price of which was for the large Paper one Pound one Shil- ing; for the fmall Paper twelve Shillings in Sheets each Volume, now offers them to the Publick at th
December 13, 1739 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, May 15. On Saturday lift Mr. Smith, Keeper of Newgale, with fome Con- ftables, went to the City Mirfhalfea to de mand one Crosby, a Prifoner there, who was charged with a Rape committed on a young Woman at Donnebrook on May- Day laft ; but the Ptifoners refufing to let h
May 26, 1739 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
FRIDAY'S POST..LONDON, May 24.

FRIDAY'S POST..LONDON, May 24.

FRIDAY'S POST. LONDON, May 24. From Wye's Letter. By the Fiench Mail Yefterday, we are told, it was currently reported at Vienna, thatthe Porte will fpeedily fend thither an Atnbaflador, to treat of Peace with the Em- peror, which may be chiefly attributed to the Apprehenfions fh
May 26, 1739 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To he LET T, And enter'd upon at Michaelmas. THE FIGHTING COCKS, awell- accuflom'd Inn, in St. Hei Jen's Parifh,

To he LET T, And enter'd upon at Michaelmas. THE FIGHTING COCKS, awell- accuflom'd Inn, in St. Hei Jen's Parifh,

IpUich, with a French Billiard-Table, a Brew- Houfe, a large Yard, Stables, and all other Conveniencies : Enquire of John Fowler, at Mr. Roger Bean's in Ipi w ich. Aifo to be SOL D, a Houfe on the Back- fide of the Wool- Pack in St. Margaret's Panfli, now in the Occupation of Mr
June 9, 1739 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
fek ID A V's POST. j.LONDON, June 7..A tir • .... -. r .t*i

fek ID A V's POST. j.LONDON, June 7..A tir • .... -. r .t*i

fek ID A V's POST. j LONDON, June 7. A tir • ?? -. r .t*i A War is now talk d on as unavoidable, and moft of the Spanifh Merchants are faid to have wrote to their Agents and other Correfpondents how to a<st. And we hear, that Admiral Haddock's Squadron is to be forthwith re-infor
June 9, 1739 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, Friday-Morning, June 8.

LONDON, Friday-Morning, June 8.

The Parliament will rife next Thurfday The following Ten Regiments are or- dered to be embark'd with all Expedrion from Ireland, viz. Guife's, Onflow's, Bla- kenby's, Wentworth's, Howard's, Bland's, Duccarie's, Campbell's, Handafyd's, and Lord James Cavendilh's ; Five to be land
June 9, 1739 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England