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TUESDAY'S POST.

TUESDAY'S POST.

From the London Gazette. WHITEHALL, May io. j-^^*i*s^7-fr» ?sfk HlS Morning one of his Majefiy's w*r f,f T^SIS 5 MelTengers arrived at the Office C^-, of the Marquis of Carmarthen, -■ Jpr 1 his Majefty's Principal Secretary -iSjl ?? for Foreign Affairs, wirh ?? the Ratification,
May 8, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Tbe ASSIZE of BREAD for tbe Borough of Derby.

Tbe ASSIZE of BREAD for tbe Borough of Derby.

To continue feven days from the date hereof. Derby, Jan. 20, | White. Wheaten. I Houpold. 1790. • I lb. ox. dr. lb. oz. dr. | lb. ox. dr. The Penny Loaf,— 052 061310 815 2-penny Loaf,- 010 4 013 9j 1 1 14 3-penny Loaf,- 000 146111013 6-penny Loaf,- 000 2.11 | 3 j v 12 -penny Loa
January 20, 1791 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
"AN AUTHENTIC LETTER.ofthe.DtfkE if Pi t_jAm_s, juft fent to the Kino of tie French.

"AN AUTHENTIC LETTER.ofthe.DtfkE if Pi t_jAm_s, juft fent to the Kino of tie French.

"AN AUTHENTIC LETTER ofthe DtfkE if Pi t_jAm_s, juft fent to the Kino of tie French. Sire! A Faithful fabje_-, who has not .he honor of being ?? particularly .nown to your Majefty, thinks it his duty, at this interefting crifis, to lay the homage of his fentiments at your Majefty
January 20, 1791 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FORTUNATE IRISH LOTTERY TICKETS.

FORTUNATE IRISH LOTTERY TICKETS.

Eighteenth-day. Nos. 21,223, and 24,070, prizes of 501. each. Nineteenth- day. No. 4365, iool — Not. 5350, 9392, 17,252, and 32,574, 501. each. Twentieth-day. No. 10,546, :oool.— No. 6131, iool.— Nos. 10,663, 21,210, and 35,617, 501. each. Twenty-firft day. No. 14,216, 5000 L —N
December 15, 1791 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S POST.

FRIDAY'S POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. HAGUE, January 24. the 9th Inftant the Dyke in wfUkim, -- \ the JurifdiflionofWorfbrugge 1 ?? broke, and made an opening ■§ jff/t'ttt'&^K m^T^iwL °* a ?? *^ eet " n Length, and _? ?? Off s "* in Breadtn - The Waters yL GjYJL\ ?? «L • rufhed in with fo much
January 31, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) December^.

LONDON, (Saturday) December^.

LONDON, ( Saturday ) December^. HOUSE of LORDS, Friday, Dec. 26. AT four the Lord Chancellor took his feat upon the woolfack — when Earl Camden moved thedhoufe to go into a committee of the whole houfe, upon the refolu- tions brought up by the Commons. — Seconded by the Marquis o
December 25, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HOUSE of COMMONS,—Thurfday, Feb. 16.

HOUSE of COMMONS,—Thurfday, Feb. 16.

HOUSE of COMMONS,— Thurfday, Feb. 16. BREACH OF raiviLscx. Mr. William Dundas called the attention of the Houfe toa circumftance in which they were deeply interefted. He ftated, that the Speaker's warrant had been iflued fome time back forthe eleftion ofa Member for Kircudbright,
March 5, 1795 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, f Monday J March 2.

LONDON, f Monday J March 2.

On Saturday Admiral Earl Howe arrived ia town from Portfmouth, very ill with the gour. Commodore Payne has at length failed with a fair wind for the Elbe. The Princefs of Wales cleft is expefted in England about the fecond week in March. Thurfday a warrant paffed the Treafury, f
March 5, 1795 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY, March 4. MARRIED. A few days ago, Charles Imhoff, Efq ; fon in law to Warren Haftings, Efq; to

DERBY, March 4. MARRIED. A few days ago, Charles Imhoff, Efq ; fon in law to Warren Haftings, Efq; to

Mifs Char- lotte Blunt, third daughter, of Sir Charles Blunt, Bart. Wednefdaylaft, at Norton, in Durham, Col. Handheld, of Knutsfbrd in Cheshire, to Mrs. Green way, late of Twickenham, Middlefex. Lately, Mrs. Walthew, of Elmhurft, near Lichfield, to her late hufband's brother; f
March 5, 1795 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
GAINSBOROUGH SHIP NEWS.

GAINSBOROUGH SHIP NEWS.

Arrived. The Trades-good-hope, Wm. Woolfey, from Colchefter. Sailed. The Unity, Edward Popplewell j and Ecton, John Sims, for London j Nancy, Dennis Cook, for New- caftle; and Bifhop Blaze, John Hare, for Ipfwich.
May 1, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England