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SHERIFFS, nominated for the enduing Year.

SHERIFFS, nominated for the enduing Year.

of John Lentfiail tlie Younger of Burford, Jchn Farmer Bo.eler of JU'thtrfudd-Greys, Efqrs. ttuitawdfbirt. John Tcmlin of Edith W<?flon, Thomas Falkner oi Morcott, John Ha» kins of Hroc ke, Efqrs. Sbrofpirc. Wm. Chdd of Kinktft, Edward Williams of Lcigl
November 17, 1783 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
CALCUTT

CALCUTT

ned, by pitblAing the Allowing Head: of Orders by the Emperor of diva, and ix the me pofitrve terms to be enforced by hit Edith to the executive Officers throughout hit domittont. t@.—Exgo Merchants and their Agents have free liberty to g o to any pert
January 21, 1796 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
~' tr Mil" AToI li. .'- Coft., hewer, D. D. Rcflor of Houghton-lc-fpring, tilt county of Durham. Robert Thorapfon, Hnii

~' tr Mil" AToI li. .'- Coft., hewer, D. D. Rcflor of Houghton-lc-fpring, tilt county of Durham. Robert Thorapfon, Hnii

Lloyd, Lb-, of Brecon.—Mr. Daniel Packer, Pamwick, Glocefterfliire.—Mr. Skinne, Attorney Law, at t e fame place. At Stoke Edith, in Herefordflnre, the Hon. Mrs. Foley, Lady of Tnoma* Fo.oy, r,tH, Knight the Shire for the county of Hereford, and daughter
November 9, 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
<tlni lr(fonfallGtstlsmt.*, and Others, That the n ewcastle Old Broad\\ h el'd Common S' AGE ft-ts forward every Monday 'rori

<tlni lr(fonfallGtstlsmt.*, and Others, That the n ewcastle Old Broad\\ h el'd Common S' AGE ft-ts forward every Monday 'rori

uirleis entered as Inch paid for accordingly. This •si.y ts publicised. In Felh, P'scc Hr fcvicil, boned iu Calflhs. The SECOND EDITH 4, with the Addition of great Variety new Defigns, Plans, and Elevations, of elegant Buildings, Green homes, Hot-houfes, Temples
April 26, 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WILTSHIRE

WILTSHIRE

letters from St. Peterfburgh, dated the id inlt. ftate, that the aid ult. his Maiefty the Emperor of Rullia figned the following Edith which was publiflied a few days after " Whereas we have remarked, for time part, in the Government of Hamburgh, a difpofition
April 29, 1799 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
even quarters, by detachments •©? 1 or men each. " The commerce of the enemy in the country to interrupted,

even quarters, by detachments •©? 1 or men each. " The commerce of the enemy in the country to interrupted,

Bedford tow. DIED. In his year, the Right Hon. James Hamilton, Earl of Clanbufiil. His in 17*3, daughter of Mr. Foley, Stoke Edith. Having left no iffuc, the title becomes cat art!, "and the heir his fortune is the Ear) of bout'e in May-Fair, the Eat I of
February 19, 1798 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
:MtiiAf < foft*

:MtiiAf < foft*

nper, and (lopfoller. Jamei Robinfon, Troto, Cornwall, ihopkeeper. Sampfon Booker, Hinley, tttffotdfhirt' llr.en-dr.ip'.'i . Edith Brookl, town ol t'oolo, mertlwnt. Wm, Brown, Aldgate, London, chinaman, John Rlehmin Webb, Chetlfey, Suny, s'lxcr. Aia.ri.*
February 13, 1790 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.EXTRAORDINARY.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.EXTRAORDINARY.

Clifton of Clifton, Bart. Ralph Knight of Langold, John Bell of Colfton Bafl'ett, Efqrs. ' Ruilandjlire, John Ridlington of Edith Wcftorf, Tho- mas JrJuUivatit of Aflnvell, Samuel Kirby of Bulmerf- thorp, Efqrs. Strff'ofd/k'rc. Thomas Hoo of Karr, Edw.
November 21, 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Stamford, Friday, April 25.

Stamford, Friday, April 25.

widow of the late Mr. Hudfon, cooper, of this place. Same day mairied, Mr. W. Pridmore, of Morcot, Rutland, to Mifs Bellaers, Edith Weiton. On Wednefday fe'nnight died at Treeton, rear Retherham, aged 68 years, the Rev. John Sorbie Wheatley, A. M. Reftor
April 25, 1794 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FORT WILLIAM.

FORT WILLIAM.

mentioned, by publAing the Plowing Beads of Orders ilia by the Emperor of Ava , and diresed in the polka term: to be enforced by Edith to the executeve Officers throughout domizioses. ift.—Englyb Merchant: and their Agents law free liberty toga to any part of
January 28, 1796 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India