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?? The Premium propofcd by the Society, Anno 175-6-, for rheb.it Eiltiy on Tait., being a Gold Medal, was adjudged

?? The Premium propofcd by the Society, Anno 175-6-, for rheb.it Eiltiy on Tait., being a Gold Medal, was adjudged

prefixed to the Book, a. Silver Mesial To Mrfjrt. Robert and Andrew Foulis, Printers to the Vnivtrjity of Olafgow, being their Edith* of the OdyfTey. ?? For the beft Drawing after any Statue, Bufto, or Bas Relieve, by Jtbjt u_t- der twenty Years of Ag^, F«jr
February 11, 1758 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
O X F O R D, April 7.

O X F O R D, April 7.

Elizabeth Trapp; Ann Morgan, for murdering her llaflard Child; Edith Saunders, for dabbing with a Penknife James Short; and William Robinfon, charged with being Accomplice with this Edith Saundera in dabbing the faid James Short; and Sufannah Atkins and
April 7, 1759 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The ABINGDON MACHINE,

The ABINGDON MACHINE,

together, a Proceffion much beyond any former one on the fame Occafion for fome Years paft. And On Affixes ended here, when Edith Saunders, for the Murder James Short, of Berkeley, received Sentence of D eath, and her Body be difTcCled She was to have fufl
April 14, 1759 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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LLOYD'S British Chronicle, ?? CO UNT R T NEWS. Gloucefter, April to. On Monday laft was executed here, purfuant to her Sentence, Edith Saunders, for the Murder of J4.n_.es Short, of Berkeley, in this County : She ?? herfelf guilty, and feemed very Penitent.
April 20, 1759 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
fetch above js. Bd. per Winchefter Bulhel ; good Barley is. Bd. to is. tod. and the bell white Bread

fetch above js. Bd. per Winchefter Bulhel ; good Barley is. Bd. to is. tod. and the bell white Bread

they faid was the fwcetcft hey ever tailed. G/ottJler, April 20. On Monday la!l svas executed here, purfuant to her Sentence, Edith Saunders, for the Murder )f James Short, of Berkeley, in this County : She confefled 'crfelf Guilty, and feemed very penitent
April 21, 1759 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THURSDAY’s POST.

THURSDAY’s POST.

dafhing its Brains out. There is now in «he Workhoufe of St. Chriflophers, in three Nun Court; near the Bank of England, one Edith Spinfter, aged 109 Years, born at Bradford in Wiltshire, who retains her Senfes and 1 acuities and a Degree bodily Strength
January 28, 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LONDON, January 20.

LONDON, January 20.

Kennedy, who efcaped the dreadful Shipwreck on the Rocks of Scilly, when Sir Cloudefly Shovel unfortunately perifhed, and Edith Hannum, now in the Parifh Workhoufc of St. Chrillophct, in Three- Nuns Court, near the Bank of England; one whom Age has made
January 29, 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SATURDATy 2, Mdcclx. The Ceqwyiy of Merchant Taylors bare given 100 1, to the fer the SpUier* Abroad. Toe ipfuctMt

SATURDATy 2, Mdcclx. The Ceqwyiy of Merchant Taylors bare given 100 1, to the fer the SpUier* Abroad. Toe ipfuctMt

efcapcd the dreadful Shipwreck on the Rocks of Scilly, when Sir Cloudefly Shovel unfortunately perilhed, and the celebrated Mifs Edith of Bradford; Lady whom Age has made wife, Infirmities patient, and Poverty meek; Requifites not always found in the Marriage
February 2, 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ratifications thereof fliall exchanged both Sides, within the Term of fix Weeks, to be reckoned from the Date figning the

Ratifications thereof fliall exchanged both Sides, within the Term of fix Weeks, to be reckoned from the Date figning the

the dreadful Shipwreck on tHfe Rocks of Scilly, when Sir Cloudefly Shovel unfortunately perilhed) and the celebrated Mifs Edith Hannum of Bradford a Lady whom Age has made wife. Infirmities patient, and Poverty meek Requifites not always found in the
February 5, 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, Nov. 13.

LONDON, Nov. 13.

Samuel Gordon of Newark, Efqrs. Kuilandjhlre. George Chefelden of Ridlington, Win. Lawrence of Prefton, John Ridlington of Edith Wefton, Efqrs. Stafford. Jeremiah Smith of Fenton, Moreton Wall- houfe of H_ttherton, Efqrs. Sir Edward Littleton of Pillington
November 7, 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England