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LONDON, .Friday) fanuarv 2C.

LONDON, .Friday) fanuarv 2C.

The Count de Grafle, who was taken Prifoner by Admiral Rodney in the Weft-Indies, and brought to England, died in Paris on the 17th Inftant. It is not a Fa« that the Taylor who if faid to have a Claim on Mr. Pulteny's Eftate has been oflered fix thoufand Pounds a Year to relinqu
January 24, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

William Brodhurft, of Walfall, in the County of Stafford, Buckle-Maker. To appear Feb. 8, g, and March 8, at the Bufh, in Dudley, Worcefterfhire. Attorney, Mr. Joha Heeley, of Walfall. Samuel Birke, of Totton, irt* Southampton, Grocer and Draper. To appear Feb. 7, 8, and March 8
January 24, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RESTORATIVE for CONSUMPTIONS. MR. PAGE'S much approved MEDICINE for CONSUMPTIONS, and all ASTHMATIC Com- plaints, Coughs, Colds, &c. &c. It

RESTORATIVE for CONSUMPTIONS. MR. PAGE'S much approved MEDICINE for CONSUMPTIONS, and all ASTHMATIC Com- plaints, Coughs, Colds, &c. &c. It

difiblves congealed Phlegm in the Thorax, cures dry Coughs, and at the fame Time heals the Sorenefs of the Lungs. It removes Pains in the Side in a few Days, without the Torture of a Blifter j it may be fafely taken by Child-bearing Women 5 and it is fo pleafant that a Child thr
January 8, 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Tuefday's Mail.

Tuefday's Mail.

Tuefday's Mail . From ihe LONDON GAZETTE. Kew, January 7. HIS Majefty has had a good night, and is quiet* this morning. Kew, Jan. 8. His Majefty patted yefterday very calmly, has had very little fleep in the night, but was quiet, and is fo this morning. Kew, Jnn. 9. His Majefty p
January 8, 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The ASSIZE of BREAD for the Borough of DERBY,.to continue feven Days from the Date hereof.

The ASSIZE of BREAD for the Borough of DERBY,.to continue feven Days from the Date hereof.

The ASSIZE of BREAD for the Borough of DERBY, to continue feven Days from the Date hereof. Derby, Jan. 14, White. Wheaten. 1 Uoujhold. 1789* lb. ox. dr. lb. ox. dr. lb. ox. dr. The Penny Loaf, 06 2 083 Oion 2-penny Loaf,— 0144 106 156 3-penny Loaf,— 00000 189 sol 6-penny Loaf,--
January 8, 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Sunday's Mail.

Sunday's Mail.

I»AfctslAN INTELLIGENCE. t _ Paris-» Feb. 15. THE Tt t}eum, as a Thankfgiving for his Ma- jefty's appearance, on the 4th inft. at the N.a-. tional Aflembly j was performed only yefterday, inftead of Thurfday l'aft ; all the Members met it the rooms, and went in proceffion throug
February 18, 1790 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) Februarys.

LONDON, (Saturday) Februarys.

HOUSE of COMMONS— Feidav, ?? 19. Mr. Flood gave notice, that as a call of the Houfe ■hacthpen determined »*, y w^irf pn ftpgnfr his Jn fended motion oi\the. fgbjeft of the Parliamentary Re- prefentation rill_£hurfday-the_fau_xh.of March? ?? The Chancellor of the Exchequer called
February 18, 1790 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PAYMENT of LOTTERY-PRIZES in FULL.

PAYMENT of LOTTERY-PRIZES in FULL.

f Hornsby and Co. ever anxious to give their Friends the ftrongeft Proofs of Punctuality and rigid Attention to their Engagements, .beg Leave to remind them, that every Prize purchafed at their Office, will be paid, the Moment it is prefented, without the fmalleft Deduction or D
February 18, 1790 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Saturday & Sunday's Mails.

Saturday & Sunday's Mails.

Frem lie LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. \ THE following Extracts from the abovcGazctte, publifhed on Friday laft, relative to the WAR in India, were received by Government on Wednciday, by the Queen, oneof the Eaft India Company's fhip;, and the Mtßerva, a Danifh fhip. S:r Geokgt
May 24, 1792 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PARNASSUS.

PARNASSUS.

EXTRACT From the Botanic Garden^ part I. •* **OYMPHS ! whofe fair eyes with vivid luftre* glow For human weal, and melt at human woe : Late as you floated on your filver taclls, Soirowing and flow by Diiwekt'i willowy dells : Where by tall groves his foamy flood he fleers Throug
May 24, 1792 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England