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COUNTRY FAIRS.

COUNTRY FAIRS.

Toinlinfon, relict of Dr. Tomlinfon, of Cheltenham, in Gloucefter- (hire. She was the daughter of Thomas Foley, Efq. of Stoke Edith, in the county of Hereford, and great aunt to the prefent Lord Foley.— At Chelfea, of an internal cancer, under which he had
March 2, 1799 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Pat-Office, Iffftnotdh, Dec..6, 1784. THE following hand-bill having been diflributed at and the neighbourhood of Weymouth, and rtifed in the

Pat-Office, Iffftnotdh, Dec..6, 1784. THE following hand-bill having been diflributed at and the neighbourhood of Weymouth, and rtifed in the

dangerous Cancer in bis under lip. Mrs. Stone, of Bradnllh, near Exeter, cured of Cancer In her left breaft. Mrs. Sorrol, of Stoke Edith, near Rofs, Hereford (hire, cure€ a Cancer in her right breaft. Mrs. Green, of Capuchin-lane, Hereford, cured of a Cancer in
December 13, 1784 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
COU NTRY NEWS.

COU NTRY NEWS.

with the greateft Vio- lence in the Fens, and it is lately brought into the County of Rutland by an overgrown Farmer, near Edith Wefton, who has not only been a Terror to the poorer Sort of People, but endeavour' d even to bully the Magiftrates, by frequently
September 27, 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HEREFORD, Thursday, Feb, 22.

HEREFORD, Thursday, Feb, 22.

Saturday laft the Rev. Charles Dunfler, M.A. was the Right Hon. and Right Rev. Lord Bilhop of this diocefc to thc RetStorv of Edith, in this county, on thc prefentation of thc Hon. Edward Foley. On Thurfday laft the Rev. Mr. George Evans, Mr. James ToldcTyey
February 22, 1787 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
PLAN OF THE SACRED GLASSICS

PLAN OF THE SACRED GLASSICS

To unite eley?nee with and utility, have been the primary the Proprietor. has therefore the Public THREE EDITIONS. Tirfi Edith* —' This Edition, from its dirtinguifhed magnificence, adapted accommodate thole who admire DECORATIVE ELEGANCE ; is printed
January 11, 1796 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
* CAMBRIDGE. Tulv ic.

* CAMBRIDGE. Tulv ic.

Harrifon, who lately efcaped from "Ely gaol, has been apprehended, and fent to his old'apartrnei.is. At Cambridge allizes, Edith Netherwood, Frances Matthews, and Mm. Hills, for ftcaling 'bread out of the. cart of VV*m. Allen, of'Harftoh, were fined 6d
July 16, 1796 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, Nov. 13.

LONDON, Nov. 13.

on; ohn Lenthall the Younger, of Burford; ohn Palmer Botclcr, of Rotherfield Greep, Efqrs. "Rutlandjhire. John Tomlin, of Edith Wefton; Thomas Falkner, of Morcott; John Hawkins, of Brooke, Efqrs. Shro/Jhire. William Child, of Kinlett; Edward Williaim
November 20, 1783 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
I TAYLOR, Gentleman's Hair-Cutter,

I TAYLOR, Gentleman's Hair-Cutter,

on with the jtricleft punctuality, [GBO9 Lately was married at Cheddar, the "Rev. Samuel Evans, of Sliepton-Mallet, to Mils Edith Bull, only datighterof tiie late Mr. John Bull, rj-cntlcnian farmer, of Dracot, near Wedmore. Thurfday diet! after a long illnefs
February 2, 1786 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
anil Free-rtiinkcrs that have lately the chat ms trulli atid realon all over the world ; and the peaceable Men

anil Free-rtiinkcrs that have lately the chat ms trulli atid realon all over the world ; and the peaceable Men

Weldon, who is confined in that prifon, together with his brother Richard, charged with the murder Mr. Foreman, a baker, at Edith Wefton. It appeals that Mr. Lumlcv, agreeably to his general cullom, carried the priloners their dinners, when William Weldon
February 25, 1789 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

ut acw minmcs talking with her hulband and others of »P p'e who were at work with her. le, died, flic was making her bed, Edith mbe » of Bromhill, Wilts, aged 43 and the da Vs her hufband died, who had been ill four °" had not been fen Abie for fome time
March 11, 1784 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England