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From Jones's Letter, Feb. Yefierday the Lords read a id Time the Land Tax Bill, and in Committee went through

From Jones's Letter, Feb. Yefierday the Lords read a id Time the Land Tax Bill, and in Committee went through

the fame. T*he Commons read a ift Time the Bill for rebuilding the Parifh Church Stl Botolpb's Bijhopfgate, and aid Time that for fini(hing St. Martins Church. Read liVme the Bill for punijhing Mutiny and Defertion : As alfo the Bill relating the Colledge of Phyficians for infpe
February 20, 1724 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
John Rippon at the Cbecquer Inn in Hunt'ngton y had Wind Mill which flood in the Bounds of Fletton in

John Rippon at the Cbecquer Inn in Hunt'ngton y had Wind Mill which flood in the Bounds of Fletton in

the Ccunty of Huntington* near Peterborough Novthatnptonfhire which on Monday Ni%ht the icth of this Irfiant fome malicious Perfons did faiv and cut the faid jMill, fo as fie fell down the Ground. It is fuppofed that one Perfon could not do it; if th*re be two or more, any one o
February 20, 1724 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Advert ifments.

Advert ifments.

February 20, 1724 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To the Freeholder* in the County Lincoln, Gentlemen^ 'T'Here being a Vacancy in this County for the Office a Corou*f|

To the Freeholder* in the County Lincoln, Gentlemen^ 'T'Here being a Vacancy in this County for the Office a Corou*f|

by the Death "Mr. Mumby, and I being encouraged and follicited by the neighbouring Gentlemen to ffand for the fame, the Favour of your Vote and Intereft. William Alfoid.
February 20, 1724 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To hi Sold, John Bnfton's at Pettrbortogb in all forts of Ironmongers Good*. The Sale will be the Fifth and

To hi Sold, John Bnfton's at Pettrbortogb in all forts of Ironmongers Good*. The Sale will be the Fifth and

Sixth of March next* To Sold, AT Horncaftle the County of Lincoln, a choice Library, fonfift* ing Divinity, Law, Phyfick, Mathematicks, Clafficks, Philofophy, &c. Enquift at Mrs. Hamerton's in Horncatfle aforefaid, and know farther* A _ * Ai the Coal-Tard above the Bridge, the R
February 20, 1724 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
From Common Sense, Sept. 22.

From Common Sense, Sept. 22.

Of fame mal-praSiices of Sea-officers. MY military friends muft forgive when fay, that a numerous (landing army, in time of peace, °r trary to our conftitution, and (lent with the liberties of a free However burdenfome to the } expenfive (I may fay ufelefs navy) fometimes been,
September 7, 1739 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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vot. vTI Nu MB. J' I TewnUrau: The Eaft PROSP!-tC?r if DiTß^f. Thursday, April 8. 1736. To be continue! Weekly. EtplanationoftheCu, i. The *W 4 The River Dwent, 4. V P^r's Church. V St. Church. 6. -#S W 7. TU f, Ik-Mills. 8. to, Jfkbatfs Church, y. St. Mkmtnft Church. Mltf T<w«
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Saturday's Post.

Saturday's Post.

From the Whitehall Eve n i ng-P o s t, April i. • 'Paris, (the Metropolis of ali France) April J. ?? tne. 14th. of March, and fay, that Car- ?? r , , , \ wic , h a feW Good-will, 'the Officer Jcsdangerouay wounded; and th,_ Aftair has admimfter'd Occafio.no rhe S Arm WetC § MCn
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Thursday's Post.

Thursday's Post.

Prom the Whitehall Ev e n i n' g - P o s T, April 6: TH E Pacification of Poland feems fo far fecured, that there is a Talk at VVarfaw as if King Auguftus was to hay* an Interview this Summer with the Czarina. The Senatus Con-I- lium have fit, and reprefented to his Majefty how
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From Wye's Letter, April 6

From Wye's Letter, April 6

Extraß' of a private Letter from Paris, dated April il. N. S, 7he i 8 Battalliom of Spaniards already (hipped off for Spain, are foon to,k Mowed by Vj more; but the ?? Battalions of Wal- loons and Italians, are to enter the Service of Don Carlos. Ihe Imperialifis are in juil Mar
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England