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Extracl of a Letter front Glouceifcr,; Dec. »6i '■ \

Extracl of a Letter front Glouceifcr,; Dec. »6i '■ \

Northland Eait of this City. Our Accounts from Here-: forclh're fay, they were fenflble of it there, particularly' at toke Edith. It was Hit at Newent too, and marly other Places in this County. But we don't hear of tonjf difaltrous Ciicumltance that has
January 6, 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
?Isis day it publifted,

?Isis day it publifted,

The fecond edith n, in fix large volume, oflavo, price il. 16i. in boards, and a kw wpm; printed on loyal paper, vice 2.1. 141. in ho.adi, A COLLECTION OF THEOLOGICAL TRACTS, BY RICHARD ATSON, D. D. F. R. S. Lord Bilhop of kandaff
April 3, 1792 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Thurfdav’s and Friday's Mail*.

Thurfdav’s and Friday's Mail*.

fliip by which they were imported, became he would not fwcar Lc ecy. All ihis was uifcovei ed manner belonging the veflcU— Edith, Lien. Ci/nrt*nt. The Court Martial held on the mutineer* in the Bounty, have paflUi feulcncc of dealh fix them ; four
September 22, 1792 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SOLD,

SOLD,

rr Wrexham,Deftlrisbfiirt. Vorking-Tools of Edith. and Gate-Maker, lately dcceafeof Iron Gates; the hind Paul two middlz Parr, a Yard and three guaruter wide. For Particulars Enquire is, near Wrexham who will of this Infant February. Fg 6, 4, 1760
February 5, 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

Gregery Williams, ofStCrlby; John Simpfan. of Babworth ; Samuel Ciawkv. of Ragnall, Efqrs. ' Rutlandfhire, Robert Tomlin, of Edith Wefton ; Tho. Forfyth, of Empingham ; Samuel Barker, of Whitwell, Els}rs. -taffordfhire. Matthew Boulton, of Solio ; John Gough
November 21, 1793 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
W NOVELS, i hii day fublijhcd^ By K. No. 4, Gedge, Bury ; and all bouk&ller*. f. the NIVOLENT w,

W NOVELS, i hii day fublijhcd^ By K. No. 4, Gedge, Bury ; and all bouk&ller*. f. the NIVOLENT w,

FI-TiiUtRBERT; Anecdotes Rc.ll Characters, in two Vols. the author the Cafile of Mowbray, and St. Bernard's Priory, 2. THE SORROWS EDITH I « THE HRI- of the Cl ir ts, a Dcfcriptrve Talc, founded fafts, two vols, Mrs. Suike, author Ela, Delufir.us lire Heart. }■
April 4, 1796 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Co Coticz thi«

Co Coticz thi«

from London : Hopewell, Thompfon, from RarnTgate I nomas and Mary, Fiampton, from Lee. Sailed the Diana, arr deavour. Brown Edith. Brooks, for Newfoundland; Endeavour, Eivin, for Lee; Parkfon, Reed; William, Hyde, lor London ; John and Eleanor, Scott, for
May 16, 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
GLOCESTERSHIRE.

GLOCESTERSHIRE.

tenants thereof, and well adapted for a hatter (that bufinefs being on there many years) or any other trade requiring mom. Wr». Edith Merrill, who In the houfe, will (hew d* of whom fuitlwt particulars may ; «lfo, of Mr. Brakanr, St. Aldate-fauaie, Gloctftcr
June 30, 1794 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CONDITIONS. Wrrk v.-ill make large Volume*: In

CONDITIONS. Wrrk v.-ill make large Volume*: In

prepare, fc . , k his Iciture will permit, 'Hi'\oluu.e. '‘■’ueiit \sill fold ately, * w ufers this ami funner hdi- [ i,' ,f Edith* enslaved Mr. Hall, rit'i’i , I", Mr. Ctx.le. c,on * Mr. Trotter, f 'itl' - Mr. Trotter. [cii,-f 1,,,; ."’’,, , Mr.Trotter
May 10, 1793 - Sheffield Register, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, & Nottinghamshire Universal Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, 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