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LONDON, SATURDAY, JAN. 26.

LONDON, SATURDAY, JAN. 26.

of Mil's Mary Dangerfield, t of Coaley, in'this county. '.? . Friday was married, Mr. John Garlick, aged 76, an alderman of Edith Ball, aged 26. Lad week died at Cirencefler, Mr. Brown, formerly an eminent grocer of that town. On the inltant, at his in
January 28, 1799 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Monday's Post by Express.

Monday's Post by Express.

limber-merchant, after and tedious decline, whofe lofs is moft fincerely his furviving friends. And this morning died Mifs Edith Scott, milliner, this town. This day Mr. Daman, town-clerk, attended with the ufual ceremonies at the Audk-houfe and Old F
October 24, 1774 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
GI.OCESTERSHIRE.

GI.OCESTERSHIRE.

which leads from the faid city Hereford over Froom's Hill, the city of W'orceftcr, place called the Nnutvum, in the of Stoke Edith and Yarkhill, in the faid county Hereford ; and from thence join the LedburyDiflriffof which for Glocefter, at a Bridge u;*>n
October 3, 1796 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
MARK I A G E S, Edm. Rolfe,Efq; of Heacham m Norfolk, to Mils Dolly Folkes. Gilbert Franklyh, Efq; of

MARK I A G E S, Edm. Rolfe,Efq; of Heacham m Norfolk, to Mils Dolly Folkes. Gilbert Franklyh, Efq; of

A G E S, Edm. Rolfe,Efq; of Heacham m Norfolk, to Mils Dolly Folkes. Gilbert Franklyh, Efq; of Throgmorton-Street, to Mifs Edith Ot- ley, Daughter of Wm. Otley, Efqj of Hengrave in Suffolk.
March 31, 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Edinburgh, January 27

Edinburgh, January 27

The London mail yefterday di.l not arrive ■ about nine o'clock at night. The great ?? been in England, as from Berwick to Edith the coach did nut lofe two hours. At two o'tiock the London Mail Ant „ had not arrived ; therefore, in order not ta . point
January 27, 1794 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CAMBRIDGE, May 1.

CAMBRIDGE, May 1.

the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn. Yefterday was married, Mr. John Eyere. farmer, at Blunham, Bedford (hi re, to Mifs Edith Nevvmtn, daughter of Mr. T. Newman, of Bottifliam. Wednefday d-ed Mr. Richard King, couk s.f St. Peter's college. Upwards of
May 2, 1795 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
A CRAN'D

A CRAN'D

Miiccllancous Concert. Principal Vocal Performers. Madam MARA. Mrs. CROUCH. Mrs. HUDSON. Mr. HARRISON. Mr. Kt'.LLY. And Mr. MLR EDITH. Principal Inilrumental Performers. Messrs. ASHLEY & SONS. FISHLR. PATRIA. SARGANT. BOYCE. MAHON. And the DOUBLE DRUMS, &c
August 12, 1791 - Sheffield Register, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, & Nottinghamshire Universal Advertiser - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHERIFFS,

SHERIFFS,

Young, the younger, •f Orlingbury, Efq. Nottingham/hire— John Wright, of Nottingham, Efq. Rutland/hire — Robert Tomlin, of' Edith Wefton, Efq. Shropfhire — Ralph Leak, of Longford, Efq. s' taffardjtire — Henry Vernon, of Hilton, Efq. Warwick/hire— Poflponed
February 11, 1796 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NEW NOVELS.

NEW NOVELS.

CVPHON, or the Bsnivo. ixar jaw, a Move), In jvola. price 9*. fewed. Walker, author the Hoofc Tynian, dec, a The SORROWS OF EDITH { or, the HeauiTAOe of tbe Ctirrs, Defcriptive Tale, founded on fads, in vols. Price 6a. fewed. Mr*. Burke. —AUGUSTA FITZHERBERT
January 3, 1797 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
COUNTRY-NEWS

COUNTRY-NEWS

with the greateft Violence in the Fenns, and it is lately brought into the County of Rutland by an overgrown Farmer, near Edith Wefton, who has not only been a Terror to the poorer Sort of People, but endeavoured even to bully the Maeiftrates, by frequently
October 1, 1754 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England