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LONDON, June 4

LONDON, June 4

Fxetcr'i Chapel at Burgh- barlei Vcre, Efq; Banker, of London, to .1 , rlarrka Lucas, yr-ungelt Daugvcr ofthe Rev. Mr. Lucai of Edith- Werton, in tiie County of Rutland. If, fays a Correfpondent, it be true, that an effectual Method is dilcovered for rendering
June 8, 1771 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, Monday March 23

LONDON, Monday March 23

fngtndum valeat An Magis an Nattira. At Oakham aflizes, Wm.Weldon and Rich, Weldon, for the murder of Mr. Freeman, baker, of Edith Wefton, and Edw, Tones, for horfe-flealbg, received fentence of death. The Weldons were both executed on Monday, and hung in
March 26, 1789 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Efq. of Sherboine, / in the county of Dorfct, and £ ,(:r . „ u ho l'ucctcds bun in his im- Pf ;, He afterwards married Mifs Edith ' daughter ©f Sir Edward Phclips, of Monta- tli county of Somerfet.—This extraordinary e , ' . on of the Rcpiefcntatives for
January 29, 1784 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST

THURSDAY'S POST

of the Rev. Mr. Oder.- -Charlet V*te, Efq; banker of London, to Mifi M. Lucat, yoongelt daughter of the Rev. Mr. Lucas, of Edith- Wefi n. Dud. Mil. Saver, a daughter of tht Right Rev. Dr. Potter, late Arc! bilhop of Canterbury. .""Mrs. Clayton, filler
June 6, 1771 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
O X V 6 R D. hi A a c It 6.

O X V 6 R D. hi A a c It 6.

before, talking vvith her Hulband and divers of the other People at work with her. Lately died, as Hie was making her Btd, Edith Smallcombc, of Bromhill, Wilts, aged ; and the next Evening her Hulband died, who had been ill four Days. had not been fenfible
March 6, 1784 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SUNDAY'S POST.

SUNDAY'S POST.

M. Brazen Nofe College, was elefted Fellow i that Society. / About One o'clock on Sunday morning laft, the houfe of Mrs. Edith Hall, aged gentlewoman, Cricklade, Wilts, was entered the window of her bed-chamber, a couple ruffians with dark lan thorns
October 21, 1782 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY'S POST.

WEDNESDAY'S POST.

dances ai hops, fairs, &c. hadamaffed fortune 30001.- —Mr. Thomas Abraham, Wine ana Timber Merchant, of Southampton.—Mils Edith Scott, Millener, Southampton. Membe* s returned fur tht NEW PARLIAMENT, Monf^meryfiire, Mollyn Owen, Efq.—Carm.tr. then (kite
October 31, 1774 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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mmvs pou.

Oakham, for the county of Rutland, William and Ricbard We I don received fentence of death, for the murder of Mr. Freeman, of Edith Weiton ; they were executed yesterday fe'nnight, antl their bodies hung in chains near the fpot where they committed the murder
March 28, 1789 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

of Brazen Nofc College, was elected Fellow of that Society.^ About one o'clock on Sunday morning laft, the houfe of Mrs. Edith Hall, an aged Gentlewoman, of Cricklade, Wilts, was entered at the window of her bed chamber, by a couple ruffians with dark
October 24, 1782 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
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Heir* or Memoi: of. the Ormond Fa- Mrs. GoKi'-rfal, 2 . '? ■ - ; •' ' „ ' ■'v *t' j !■-, - 2 . that Ends Wd!, novel, v * u* 01 Edith, cr Hermitage the - - - - o '? r o? Philip Waldgrave, novel, Dr. Towers 6 o / r< i'Je , Adventures Roxall Callle, Vols. 6 'Pic
December 22, 1797 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England