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KING's BENCH.—-the king, w. jonas booth

KING's BENCH.—-the king, w. jonas booth

KING's BENCH.— -the king, w. jonas booth EXTRAORDINARY CRUELTY AN indiftment was preferred at LeeisSeffions, 1794. againft the defendant. The indift- ment was tried at the York affizes. The evidence on which this ?? and fteel-hearted _ de- fendant was convifted, may be thus brief
January 7, 1796 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY, January 6. MARRIOTT'S SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY, Fvli-Strist, Derby. W MARRIOTT is forry that his intention of • opening hii LIBRARY

DERBY, January 6. MARRIOTT'S SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY, Fvli-Strist, Derby. W MARRIOTT is forry that his intention of • opening hii LIBRARY

on the ifi of January has been prevented by an unf.irefeen delay in the arrival of his Boots ; the lectipt ofwhich will te announced in a future advcitifcn._.:*.r. F-r the accommodation of his Subfcribers he ha< ap- propriated a Room adjoining to the Library, a; a READING ROOM,
January 7, 1796 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON,—(Thurfday J June S.

LONDON,—(Thurfday J June S.

LONDON,— (Thurfday J June S. Letters from Berlin, of tbe 27th u't. mention that the health of his Prufiian M-jeHy was re- ftored. It is withgreat fatisfsit'on we announce, .ror.i the m_tt certain authority, that advices ofa very lav _ nrable nature indeed h?.ve been re- ceived fr
June 15, 1797 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MUSICAL FUND.

MUSICAL FUND.

The Grand Selection from the Works of Handel, which, under the patronage of Their Majefties, is annually performed for the bene- fit of the Royal Society of Muficians, and their diftreffed Families, took place yefterday morn- ing in Whitehall Chapel. Their Majefties and five of
June 15, 1797 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OLD BEN BLOCK'S ADVICE

OLD BEN BLOCK'S ADVICE

TO THE BRAVE TARS OF OLD ENGLAND. A _ "-ou rite new Song, for every True and Loyal S _man in his Majefty's Navy.— Tune, "Hearts of Oak." Jiff IND v.'>r bearings, brave Boys, and beware how * ?? you freer, Rocks aod breakers abound, {boats and quickfand. are near, Nov, like fool
June 15, 1797 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE ORPHANS.

THE ORPHANS.

[IICM SOWI.CS'S C'CHIF. ELLEN.] \ MlObT the cages, and fcaice difecrn'd folii^!., J * Hangs here and there a Ihrep, by it's faint bka: Difcavei'd, whiui the ?? eye looks up. And marks it on die precipice's brink Pick its fcaat l.tfta' ferine : — And Tares it net E'en fj with you
August 29, 1799 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ELEPHANT HUNTING.

ELEPHANT HUNTING.

liiraft of a letter from an officer at Tanjore, dated the ?? January, " j have frequently been hunting with the Nabob, 1 who is particularly fond of the fport. The Elephant ?? great vauety in the purfuit. I ac- companied him the other day. We hid lamed feveral Elephants, and dif
August 29, 1799 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BANKRUPT.

BANKRUPT.

William Churton, late of Hodr.ett, in Shropfhire, Shopkeeper. To appear Sept. 10,1», and O&. 8, at the Talbot Inn, in Dray ton. Ar.omics, Meffrs, Dicken and Warren, in Dray ton. STOCKS Bank Stock— Three per Cent. Red. 6 7 | 68f Three per Cent. Conf. 67$* I- Four per Cent Com. 84
August 29, 1799 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SUNDAY'S MAIL.

SUNDAY'S MAIL.

PARIS, November 1 4. DREADFUL, indeed, was the con ftern ation here, yefterday ! The caufe and effects were as follow :— M. Charles de Lameth, who is one of the moft zealous and eloquent defend- ers of the people's caufe, was, on Friday evening, pro- voked to a duel with M. de C
November 25, 1790 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AT CHESTERFIELD.

AT CHESTERFIELD.

frheat 51- J °*— J"-!! "Jj-f the Strike. Oats 2s od.— to-r-2s. ad. j Barley 295. od.— to— 3ls. 6d. per Smarter. Saturday, Nov. 20. G. GOSLING.
November 25, 1790 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England