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T , GENERAL POST-OFFICE, Sffttmber 1792. O prevent the Loft entire Notes or Drafts payable Bearer in Letters put into

T , GENERAL POST-OFFICE, Sffttmber 1792. O prevent the Loft entire Notes or Drafts payable Bearer in Letters put into

Gerard Noel, Efq. Lodge Thomas, Efq. Empingham Fludyer, George, Efq. Tnirtleton Freer, John, gent. Oakham Freer, John, Efq. Edith Wefton Nnmet. Placet of Abode. Glover, WJliam, yeoman, Whiffendine Healhccte, Sir Gilbert, Bart. Normanton Heathcote, John
October 26, 1792 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
RIVER WELLAND DRAINAGE. SPALDING, LINCOLNSHIRE. NOTICE is hereby given, THAT a GENERAL MEETING of the the Proprietors of Estates, and

RIVER WELLAND DRAINAGE. SPALDING, LINCOLNSHIRE. NOTICE is hereby given, THAT a GENERAL MEETING of the the Proprietors of Estates, and

Forty Feet, from the prefent Gate in the boundary Fence of Edith-Wtfton, acrofs Normanton Heath, to the Heath in the Parifh Empingham, along or near the Courfe of the prefent Road leading from Edith-Wefton towards Stamford. One other public Carriage Drilt
September 20, 1793 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
STAMFORD, Sept. 1793. - WIVES WANTED. No. I. \ FEMALE of good Addrefs, who may to join her Endeavours with

STAMFORD, Sept. 1793. - WIVES WANTED. No. I. \ FEMALE of good Addrefs, who may to join her Endeavours with

Gate acrofs the Road, leading from Normanton to Edith- Weßon; and from thence of the Breadth of Forty-fix Feet, over the old Inclofures and open Fields of Normanton, to the End of the Road in the of Edith- Weßon, leading towards Ketton : Which Road "e
September 27, 1793 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Married.] Mr. John _"_i.iclc, aged 76, an Alderman of tvlalmfbury, tn Mifs Edith Ball, aged ?? Rev. Kobcrt Diclcinfon, of

Married.] Mr. John _"_i.iclc, aged 76, an Alderman of tvlalmfbury, tn Mifs Edith Ball, aged ?? Rev. Kobcrt Diclcinfon, of

Married.] Mr. John _"_i.iclc, aged 76, an Alderman of tvlalmfbury, tn Mifs Edith Ball, aged ?? Rev. Kobcrt Diclcinfon, of Newington, to Mifi Adams, of the fame place.— Mr. J. Ban nifter, of Windlbr, to Mifs S. Payne, of tbe fame place.—J. P. Rowe, Efq
January 26, 1799 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD CIRCUIT

OXFORD CIRCUIT

Johnfon, of Houndfdich, woollen- tlraper. lame's Robinfon, of Truro, ftiopkeeper. Sampfofi Booker, of Hanley, linen-draper. Edith Brooks, of Pool, mer- chant. Wm. Brown of Aldgate, chinaman. John Richman Webb, of Chertfey, grocer. Anfelmo Nathan, of St
February 11, 1790 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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BANKKVPrS. Maurice Fonlke*. Rothen, Denbiehlhire, horfe^ealer; July SO. at, Aueuft *», Guildhall: attorney, Mr. Dame*. Snow-btll,London. Alexander Midghall and Thoma*

BANKKVPrS. Maurice Fonlke*. Rothen, Denbiehlhire, horfe^ealer; July SO. at, Aueuft *», Guildhall: attorney, Mr. Dame*. Snow-btll,London. Alexander Midghall and Thoma*

Poynton, Chefliire. carrier j eleven. Old Angel, Maccloficld. II Elisabeth and lane Grace, eleven. Swan, Staftwd. . . . _ . 7. Edith Brooks, Poole, merchant; four. Antelope Inn, Poole. sa. WiHiam PAnfon, PontefraO, brandy-merchant; ten, Guildhall. 6. Riehard
July 23, 1795 - Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

Gregery Williams, ofStCrlby; John Simpfan. of Babworth ; Samuel Ciawkv. of Ragnall, Efqrs. ' Rutlandfhire, Robert Tomlin, of Edith Wefton ; Tho. Forfyth, of Empingham ; Samuel Barker, of Whitwell, Els}rs. -taffordfhire. Matthew Boulton, of Solio ; John Gough
November 21, 1793 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
W NOVELS, i hii day fublijhcd^ By K. No. 4, Gedge, Bury ; and all bouk&ller*. f. the NIVOLENT w,

W NOVELS, i hii day fublijhcd^ By K. No. 4, Gedge, Bury ; and all bouk&ller*. f. the NIVOLENT w,

FI-TiiUtRBERT; Anecdotes Rc.ll Characters, in two Vols. the author the Cafile of Mowbray, and St. Bernard's Priory, 2. THE SORROWS EDITH I « THE HRI- of the Cl ir ts, a Dcfcriptrve Talc, founded fafts, two vols, Mrs. Suike, author Ela, Delufir.us lire Heart. }■
April 4, 1796 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
GLOCESTERSHIRE.

GLOCESTERSHIRE.

tenants thereof, and well adapted for a hatter (that bufinefs being on there many years) or any other trade requiring mom. Wr». Edith Merrill, who In the houfe, will (hew d* of whom fuitlwt particulars may ; «lfo, of Mr. Brakanr, St. Aldate-fauaie, Gloctftcr
June 30, 1794 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
COUNTRY FAIRS.

COUNTRY FAIRS.

Toinlinfon, relict of Dr. Tomlinfon, of Cheltenham, in Gloucefter- (hire. She was the daughter of Thomas Foley, Efq. of Stoke Edith, in the county of Hereford, and great aunt to the prefent Lord Foley.— At Chelfea, of an internal cancer, under which he had
March 2, 1799 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England