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3Dattfe of Commons,

3Dattfe of Commons,

FRIDAY, May 23. MR. PITT laid upon the Table a Copy of the Treaty with Holland, in the Dutch' Language, together with a Translation of it. At the fame Time he gave Notice that on the firft open Day he. would propofe to the Houfe, that the Trade with the United Provinces fhould b
May 22, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE BALL.

THE BALL.

About nine ?? their Majefties, the Prince of Wales* DukeofYock, and Princeffes arrived. After the ufual Ce- remonies the Minuets were' danced, which were followed by the Country Dances. When two Dances were finifhed, their Majefties retired, about iz o'Clock, foon after which th
June 5, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PARNASSUS.

PARNASSUS.

ODE to PITY. ♦afHAT heaven-clai Goddefs, fwtft as new-born light ** From yon blue asther hither wings her flight, And wares her golden pinions in the air ? 'Tit PlTY— from thofe realms of reft Sbe comes, to heal the woui.ded breaft, And footh Atflitftion's Sons, with anxious car
May 26, 1791 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE DERBY iiiiii MERCURY.

THE DERBY iiiiii MERCURY.

THE DERBY ?? MERCURY. This Paper is not only circulated with Difpatch thro* the County of Derby, but extended into all the neighbouring Counties, and by means of the Mail Coaches, to many Parts of the Kingdom. ?? Perfons refiding in tbe Country, at a Diftance from any Market Town
July 16, 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
INTELLIGENCE from BUXTON.

INTELLIGENCE from BUXTON.

A RRI YE D. Lord and Lady Macartney, Lord Bifhop of Kilmore, Mrs Jones, Col. Butler, Col. and Mrs. Myddleton, Col. Lichfield* Col. Barlow, Captaifc Rogerfon, Mr. Owen, M. P. Mr. Johnfon, Mr. BUir. Mr. and Mifs Dubbs, Mifs Craig, Mr. Jones, Rev. Mr. Crewe, Mrs. Woodcock, Mifs Mad
July 16, 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) March 10.

LONDON, (Saturday) March 10.

HOUSE cf COMMON'S, Thurfday, March 8. Mr. Rose brought in three kills; the firft obliges auctioneers, in the cafe of a fuppofed private contract for eftates, &c. after an advertifement for a public file, to make oath that no fale took place ; the fecond to enlarge the power of t
March 15, 1792 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Friday.

Friday.

Mr. Wilberforce gave notice, that on Thurfday the 29th day of March, he would make a motion rela- tive to the abolition ofthe Slave Trade. The Hon. Gentleman faid, it was not now, any more than it ever had been, his intention to move for an emanci- pation of the flaves now in th
March 15, 1792 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
METHOD.PRESERVING FRUIT

METHOD.PRESERVING FRUIT

METHOD PRESERVING FRUIT Of different Kinds IN A FRESH STATE, about Twelve Months, Forvihicha premium of Ten Guineas vuas lately given by ?? Society to Signior Icnacio Buonsegna : . IT is neceflary to pull the fruit two or three days before you begin the procefs. Take care not to
October 8, 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PARNASSUS.

PARNASSUS.

ODE. By Tb-.nfin. 'TELL me, thou fou! cf her I lovr. Ah ! tell me, whither art thou Acd ; To what delightful world above, Appointed for lhe lappy dtaj ? X>r tioft thou, free, at pleafure, roam. And fometimes lhare thy lovei's w«.e _\ Where, void of thee, his cheariefs h.me Can n
July 26, 1792 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The price of CORN, at the Exchange, in Mark-lane |.Dec. 29, 1788.

The price of CORN, at the Exchange, in Mark-lane |.Dec. 29, 1788.

The price of CORN, at the Exchange, in Mark-lane | Dec. 29, 1788. Per Quarter. 1 Hog do. 235. to 255. fid- Wheat 395.* to 475. 6d. Beans 245. to 2.55. 6d. Barley 20s. to 235. od. Tick 203. to 225. od. Rye 22s to 255. od. Tares 245. to 28s. ca« Oats 13s. to 18s. 6d. Per Sack. Pale
December 25, 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England