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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
 
LONDON, (Thurfday) November 14.

LONDON, (Thurfday) November 14.

Pendock Neale, of Tollerton, Efq. John Kellet, of Mansfield, Efq. Hut land/hire. John Bellars, of Seaton, Efq. John Tomlin, of Edith- Wefton, Efq. Thomas Wood, of Brooke, Efq. Staffordfbire. Philip Keay, of Abbots Bromley, Efq. Richard Gildart, of Norton,
November 14, 1782 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

Channel for the benefit navigation. Sunday night an account wa« xeceived of the death of Lord Foley, at his feat at Stoke Edith, in Herefordlhire.
November 22, 1777 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
OXFORD, October 19.

OXFORD, October 19.

verfally refpc_lcd by all who had the pleafure of his Acquaintance. About Oue ?? on Sunday Morning laft, the Houfc of Mr 6. Edith Hall, an aged Gentlewoman, of Cricklade, Wilts, was entered at the Window of her Bed Chamber, by a Couple of Ruffians with
October 19, 1782 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
RATH. |iiv iSth, \-yj

RATH. |iiv iSth, \-yj

r»li Moor Ko crt i-v.ir Martl Her ?? ?? lanici Hall Sofhii ?? Tlion,.', Elton. Maria Cay |. ?? rnmbey Ann Hurt M iry AU'oo.l Edith Pitman. AnJ it in li'mirneJ Mtetinn held ihi. day, Sit |OHN PRIiSTWICM, Bart, in the Chair, Itwiiuni immillyn.folvtd, I hat
August 4, 1785 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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about half pad 3 0 clock in the morning, a dreadful fire broke out in the ele- gant manfion of the Hon. Mr. Foley, at Stoke Edith, in Herefordihire; the fire happened inthe lower part of the houfe, and has nearly deilroyed the old- Itcward's room and the
April 25, 1789 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
I DERBY. January 30. MARRIED. j .On Tuefday the zid infr. at Newcaftle-upon-Tyne, I Licutennnt-Colonel Chenev, ofthe iirfl i=k*iment of

I DERBY. January 30. MARRIED. j .On Tuefday the zid infr. at Newcaftle-upon-Tyne, I Licutennnt-Colonel Chenev, ofthe iirfl i=k*iment of

uch, Mr. Hopkinfon, to Mift Wai d, both ..f Alhby. Friday, Mr. John Uoi-Hek, aged 76, an alderman oi Malmelbury, 10 Mil", Edith Bali, a_ed -6. DIED. On "Wednefday laft, Mr. Wilfon, of Markeaton, in this county, aged 63. On Thurfday mornine, in this town
January 31, 1799 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Mafter of an Engliih Vefiel, arrived at Genoa from Bona in Africa, reports, that the Beys of Tunis and

The Mafter of an Engliih Vefiel, arrived at Genoa from Bona in Africa, reports, that the Beys of Tunis and

Hall of Mansfield Woodhoufc, Robert Sutton of Scrofton, Efqrs. Rutlaniljhire. Henry Scott of Prefton, Robert Tomb- lin of Edith Wefton, Robert Larrat of South Luf- fingham, Efqrs. Stafordjhire. George Port of Ham, Efqj Sir William Wolfeley of Wolfdey
November 15, 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

on, Efq; Wm. Phillips, of Culham, Efq. Rntlandjhire, Tobias Hippiflcy, of HaiuLleton, Efq; John Bellars, of John Toiulin, Edith Wefton, Efq. Sbrefjhire, Charles Walcot, of Bitterley, William Lutwyche, of Eaflhorpe, Efqi Ifaac Hawkins Browne, of Badger
November 15, 1781 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, 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