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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
 
I the belt BIDDER

I the belt BIDDER

your Matter. I ought to punifh you ~ir the Boldnefi of your Principles. I will be obeyed. Go • ick to Rouen ; regitler my Edith, and that too without Deaf. am more intent than you imagine, upon eating my People, lon the Means to bring it about. They shall
August 26, 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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
 
Gloucester. Peter Hancock of Twyning, John De la Field Phelps of Dursley, James Lamb of Fareford, Esqrs. Hertford. Richard Beard

Gloucester. Peter Hancock of Twyning, John De la Field Phelps of Dursley, James Lamb of Fareford, Esqrs. Hertford. Richard Beard

Vanderlkemin of Kaveclains, Efqrs. Rutland/hirr. George Chefeldcn of Ridlington, William Lawrence of Prcilon, John Ridlington of Edith Wef- ton, Efqrs, Shrofjhirt. Robert Barton of Longnor, Henry Jermyn Grove Pool-Hall, John Smith of Stoke, Efors. Somtrfit.
November 15, 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Lord 3. Orders or h e farther Change of gh at on Sdnday next the Sth Infiant, fee his late

Lord 3. Orders or h e farther Change of gh at on Sdnday next the Sth Infiant, fee his late

where we obtained our Liberty. When we left the Coati of Africa, the Wolf. Capt. Campbell, had purchafed 116 Slaves ; and the Edith, Capt. Jordan, Slaves. All well on board. I R E L A N D. Be/fall, Feb. 17. On receiving an Account lately from Bra, That the
March 10, 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
- • Cali, aid Frani& qrl. are chofen Reire- Et C H E S I 7. r 4.. 4 the

- • Cali, aid Frani& qrl. are chofen Reire- Et C H E S I 7. r 4.. 4 the

Note, Th e Ts* be fold at a reafostable Price and fbe Yefferday Afternoon t Men, draughted from each Company Sir William Me r edith ti mikado's. m a the loth, and Friday the i 7th of April. of the Foot Guards, west from \Vhiseball to the Tower, who, Charles
April 7, 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, May\±.

LONDON, May\±.

Tunisin Africa. It is of an Oval Fi»ure, twenty Miles long, and twelve broad. It is a white foft Rock, covered a Foot deep with Edith 1 , producing Indigo, Cotton, Grapes, Olives, Figs, Lemons, Oranges, and other Fruits; but they have not Corn fufticient for
May 15, 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
■ KstrCAms, Ant-ytt, tfi»: t» SOLD, fimiUt Auction, At the LOK)GROOM, the TLATU OUSE TARO, in this * _• Town,

■ KstrCAms, Ant-ytt, tfi»: t» SOLD, fimiUt Auction, At the LOK)GROOM, the TLATU OUSE TARO, in this * _• Town,

by Mils H. C H U R C H, and Mil's PROOSH AM (being her fiift Apptaiance upon any R A, by Mrs ROBERTSON. EMMA, Mrs FRODSHAM. EDITH, (with all the Song s in Chata«et)by Mil’s ACHURCM. The S H KING, C R 1 S P. To conclude with famous Out, in Hououi of Grkat
August 14, 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BEE tf, Mdcc tic 14.

BEE tf, Mdcc tic 14.

order prevent thefc fatal Evils; to fjpport Religion in our Colonics, and extend its facred Influence the very Ends of the Edith. Much has been done thefe truly pious Bodies, for this Purpolc; but they bad not proceeded far in their Work, before they found
November 6, 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T» ti SOLD te tht left Biddtr,

T» ti SOLD te tht left Biddtr,

ENGLISHMEN. ALFRED, by Mr FRODSHAM. EARL of DEVON. Mr LENG. EDWIN, STABLES, The HERMIT. Mr ORAM. ELI RUDA. Mil's PHILLIPS. EDITH, (•! h the Songs in Cbaiaacr) Mils AC HUR CH. DANES. Danish king, Mr crisp. IVAK, Mr BUCK. conclude wish an ODE. in Hoouuc
June 11, 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England