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SITTING EDITH

SITTING EDITH

SITTING EDITH The Dreadful Eflefts of POPISH TYRANNY} which may not only prove a Means of preferring our Church from falling into fuch grofs Errors and Enormities} but alfo teach us, and all CliriAians, to let a juft Value upon that Religion, which, the
September 19, 1772 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, June 4

LONDON, June 4

Fxetcr'i Chapel at Burgh- barlei Vcre, Efq; Banker, of London, to .1 , rlarrka Lucas, yr-ungelt Daugvcr ofthe Rev. Mr. Lucai of Edith- Werton, in tiie County of Rutland. If, fays a Correfpondent, it be true, that an effectual Method is dilcovered for rendering
June 8, 1771 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST

THURSDAY'S POST

of the Rev. Mr. Oder.- -Charlet V*te, Efq; banker of London, to Mifi M. Lucat, yoongelt daughter of the Rev. Mr. Lucas, of Edith- Wefi n. Dud. Mil. Saver, a daughter of tht Right Rev. Dr. Potter, late Arc! bilhop of Canterbury. .""Mrs. Clayton, filler
June 6, 1771 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WEDNESDAY'S POST.

WEDNESDAY'S POST.

dances ai hops, fairs, &c. hadamaffed fortune 30001.- —Mr. Thomas Abraham, Wine ana Timber Merchant, of Southampton.—Mils Edith Scott, Millener, Southampton. Membe* s returned fur tht NEW PARLIAMENT, Monf^meryfiire, Mollyn Owen, Efq.—Carm.tr. then (kite
October 31, 1774 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Monday's Post by Express.

Monday's Post by Express.

limber-merchant, after and tedious decline, whofe lofs is moft fincerely his furviving friends. And this morning died Mifs Edith Scott, milliner, this town. This day Mr. Daman, town-clerk, attended with the ufual ceremonies at the Audk-houfe and Old F
October 24, 1774 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

of wind, on a fand called the Swinn." On Sunday night an account was received of the death of Lord Foley, at his feat Stoke Edith, in Herefordfhire. His Lordfhip is fucceeded in title and eftate by his eideft Tho. Foley, member for Droitwich, now Lord Foley
November 24, 1777 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
foaling. The litfvant of Champlin, Efq; of Lincolnlhire, an officer, appeared and fwore, that horfe produced and ihewn to him

foaling. The litfvant of Champlin, Efq; of Lincolnlhire, an officer, appeared and fwore, that horfe produced and ihewn to him

Biddeford, Devonlhire, fhopkeepers. Deaths. On Sunday night account was received of the death of Lord Foley, his feat at Stoke Edith, in Herefordlhire. The fame day advice was recciAed of the death of his Excellency the Prince de MalTerano, many years ambaflador
November 22, 1777 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The are licilrcd lA Nonce, his MAJESTY’S PRINTING'! OFFICE from Black-Friars wF ■ TRtET, in FLEET-STREFI Where all ACTS PARLIAMENT,

The are licilrcd lA Nonce, his MAJESTY’S PRINTING'! OFFICE from Black-Friars wF ■ TRtET, in FLEET-STREFI Where all ACTS PARLIAMENT,

People of England, »4 F.di ion. Price 6s. bound. )1. A Six Weeks Tour to the Sou-hern Counties of Ergland and Wales. Second Edith It, Price 6s. 6d. HI. An F-flay on the Hearing »n t Management for which the- Society Art>, ( gave a a«ld Medal.
February 24, 1770 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

Channel for the benefit navigation. Sunday night an account wa« xeceived of the death of Lord Foley, at his feat at Stoke Edith, in Herefordlhire.
November 22, 1777 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
OXFORD, November i, 1777.

OXFORD, November i, 1777.

eminent Wriling-mader of that Place, Mils Holton. Thurfday was married atChcw-magna, Mr. Prefton, of Stanton-drcw, to Mifs Edith Haffcll, Sutton. Laft Week died at Cralter in Northumberland, in the 96th Year his Age, Daniel Grafter, Efej. who ne'er knew
November 1, 1777 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England