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Bristol, September 3.

Bristol, September 3.

Leeds, to Wilkinfon, of this city. At St. James's Church, Mr. Oncfiphorus Norman, fenior, Brewer, Haliier's Lane, to Mrs. Edith Allen, widow the late Capt. Allen, of this port. Deaths. At his houfc at Enfield, Thomas Mills, a very confiderable Weft-India
September 8, 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
and begs Leave to acquaint them and the Public, that the and her Son Thomas will continue to eirrp on

and begs Leave to acquaint them and the Public, that the and her Son Thomas will continue to eirrp on

and to be Method' of laying out and in both for Pleafure and Profit. Oa Saturday, the 244 aril - bite Khmer is Marro, The EDITH* ' confide Improved. T H COMPLETE FA OR, A 0111 Didionary of H IN ALL ITS 4 Containing the s out Method In:proving every Spe7
September 13, 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Maraiaci*. At Clifton, Mr. Gardener, of Lon- don, to Mil's Browne.— At St. Plnlip'a-clmrch, Mr, John Dean, farrier, in ihe

Maraiaci*. At Clifton, Mr. Gardener, of Lon- don, to Mil's Browne.— At St. Plnlip'a-clmrch, Mr, John Dean, farrier, in ihe

Clifton, Mr. Gardener, of Lon- don, to Mil's Browne.— At St. Plnlip'a-clmrch, Mr, John Dean, farrier, in ihe Old-market, to Mifs Edith | Johnfon, of Axbtidge. At the Quaker's-mceting- houfe, Mr. Edward Young, of Shipcomb, to Mil* -Saljy Wrtlon. daughter of Mil
September 22, 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol, September 17.

Bristol, September 17.

AtClifton, Mr. Gardener, of London, to Mil's Browne.—At St. Philips-church, Mr. John Dean, farrier, in the Old-market, to Edith Jobnfon, cf At the Quaker's-meetinghoufe, Mr. Edward Young, of Shipcomb, to Sally Wet tori, daughter of Mrs. Wefton, of Hazle
September 22, 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, November 1

LONDON, November 1

500 boats and a valt number of lives. The Amity's Delire, Hunter, from London to Pe- terfburgh, is loft in the Baltic. The Edith, Brooks, and Nelly, Bartlett, which drove on fliore at Newfoundland, are fmce got off. They write from Paris, that lampoons
November 3, 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

beiides 500 boats and a number lives. The Amity's Defire, Hunter, from London to Peterfburgh, is loft in the Baltic. The Edith, Brooks, and Nelly, Barllett, which drove on Shore at Newfoundland, are fincc got off. They write from Paris, that Lampoons
November 3, 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, November 1

LONDON, November 1

the 1 1 th uit. and arrived at Pool the 2 Sth ditto. Capt. Barne aa.'ngs the following Account, that on the icui uit. the Edith, Brooks, and Minerva, Hewlett, both be- longing to Pool, with 13 or 14 other Ships, were driven on Shore at the Bay of Bulls
November 5, 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

away the nth inft. and arrived at Pool the ?? ditto. Capt. Barnes brings -the -following account, that on the 15th ult. the Edith; Bro-oks, and Minerva, Hew- lett, both belonging to Pool, -With tq or 14 other fhips, were drove on Ihore at the Bay of Bulls
November 5, 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
B A T H, December 59

B A T H, December 59

to the , north, and cajl tlv» Our accovintd Trom Here-} tUhire fay, they were Icnfihle or it fhere, pai tleularW at Stoke Edith. It was felt in many other'place! in this county. But ,wc don’t hear any circumftancc has attended it. Bristol, Dec. 18. Game
December 22, 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

with it that they left the hedges. Our accounts from Herefordfhire fay, they were fenfible of it there, particularly at Stoke Edith. It was felt at Newent too, and many other places in this county; but we do not hear of any difaltrous circumftance that has
December 28, 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England