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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
 
MARRIKO. Jul.n Port, el'qi ol Hie Stafford militia, to Mil* i'.uket, of EalUSttmeboure,' Devon. Mr. Roll, Kcniuiway, merchant, to Mlfs

MARRIKO. Jul.n Port, el'qi ol Hie Stafford militia, to Mil* i'.uket, of EalUSttmeboure,' Devon. Mr. Roll, Kcniuiway, merchant, to Mlfs

tiij; late of VVtirceiter. — Mr. 1). \V. Acramnn, t„ Mifj Ann i'ltift, nl C.i r.l ill". Mr. Smithiw, ot Hiiltol t.i Mil', Edith Flicker. — HlsSwedilh MaWty, to the el* elclt ?? orMecklenburghScJiii-erin. 1)1 KU. At Hen-ford, the Rev, Rich, Skinner, 11
December 3, 1795 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, 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
 
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Sloca-.e-nbe, of Briftol, linen- draper. 10, Wm.Widlake, of Bath, perfumer. i-,Wm. Tory, of Wimboroe-Minftcr, merchant. 19, Edith Brooks, of Poole, merchant.
July 19, 1792 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, 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
 
The Cabinet, length decided on' the Brft be taken cortcerniag Moofieirr Mcqnertfn's mifljon to this and his deputed Mr, -to

The Cabinet, length decided on' the Brft be taken cortcerniag Moofieirr Mcqnertfn's mifljon to this and his deputed Mr, -to

MARRIED. At Kingfton, Sony, Mr. AvlifTc, of turner to the King, to Mi ft Hill, of K Ipfwich, H. Meyer, of toii-Arccf, to Mifs Edith Bleadon, of ■ —At Iflingtpn, Mr. Sadler, of Alderfgate-ftreet, to Mifs Jetferies, of lllington. DIED. At Erompton, the Right
October 5, 1795 - 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
 
of the L :. neld at the Eagles Monday the mat of November. ~r WHEREAS ' Tv •. of the

of the L :. neld at the Eagles Monday the mat of November. ~r WHEREAS ' Tv •. of the

neld at the Eagles Monday the mat of November. ~r WHEREAS ' Tv •. of the City of Chetter, Linendraper, hails ..• dilate anJ Edith to John Bent of Warringfbn, in the Coo''.; • fler, Meickant, William Kirkman, of the City of London, I.• John Orange, of the
November 15, 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Married.3 At Manchclter, William Tate, F.fq. to Mifs Hulmc, only niece of Thomas Hodgfon, of Salilbury, Elii. Banker.—At Oargeny, in

Married.3 At Manchclter, William Tate, F.fq. to Mifs Hulmc, only niece of Thomas Hodgfon, of Salilbury, Elii. Banker.—At Oargeny, in

Toinlinfon, relift of Dr. Tomlinfon, of Cheltenham, in Gloiicefter- fhire. She was the daughter of Thomas Foley, Efq. of Stoke Edith, inthe countyof Hereford, and great aunt to the prefent Lord Foley.—At Chelfca, of an internal cancer, under which he had laboured
February 2, 1799 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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. George Davis, of BenCngton; Win Lowndes Stone, of Bartholomew Churchill, Deddmgion, Efqrs. Rutland/Lire. Robert Tomlin, Edith - Walton • Samuel Baiker, of Whitweil; Thomas Hunt, of Wing, Efqrs. Warvnickfire. William Wilberfoicc Bird, of Kennilworth
November 14, 1795 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England