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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
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

beiides 500 boats and a number lives. The Amity's Defire, Hunter, from London to Peterfburgh, is loft in the Baltic. The Edith, Brooks, and Nelly, Barllett, which drove on Shore at Newfoundland, are fincc got off. They write from Paris, that Lampoons
November 3, 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, November 14.

LONDON, November 14.

—Samuel Gardner, of Hardwicke; Francis Reunion, Cornwell; George Davis, of Benfington, Efnrs. Rtulandjbire. Robert Tomlin, of Edith - Wefton; Thomas Forfyth, of Empingham; Samufl Barker, Whitwell, Efqrs. otaffordjhire.— Matthew Bolton, Soho ; John Gough,
November 16, 1793 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
/pril 20. London gazette. March 24.. I' .i ' Bafhaw of Oczakow, nurneroas fuite, was prefented '"■ i* P er

/pril 20. London gazette. March 24.. I' .i ' Bafhaw of Oczakow, nurneroas fuite, was prefented '"■ i* P er

laft, about half paft three o’clock the morning, a dreadful fire broke out the elegant Manfion the Hon. Mr. Foley, it Stoke Edith, this county; the fire happened in the lower part of the houfe, and has nearly deftroyed the old Steward’s room and the palour
April 21, 1789 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
[Thus far London Gazet/*.]

[Thus far London Gazet/*.]

other neceilary and conrenient buildings, and about IJo acre* ofarab'" meadow, and padure land, now in the occupation Mrs* Edith Vernon, at the moderate annual rent 100 Guineas* Great part of the Land is planted with choice fruittrees. For particulars
January 28, 1793 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

verdict for 10001. Married. Mr. Burcher, of London, to Mifs A. O.ids o: Mr. G.nlick, an alderman Malnielbury, aged 76, to Mils Edith Bail, aged 76. cd. Henry Stephen Metcalfe, M. A. King's college, Captain in Stafford (hire militia, and nephew the Earl of
January 28, 1799 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

of wind, on a fand called the Swinn." On Sunday night an account was received of the death of Lord Foley, at his feat Stoke Edith, in Herefordfhire. His Lordfhip is fucceeded in title and eftate by his eideft Tho. Foley, member for Droitwich, now Lord Foley
November 24, 1777 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Bath, Wa]vmh;y,o:l 11

Bath, Wa]vmh;y,o:l 11

Mifs Dovcr,ouly daughter vi' Mr. John Dover, of tlie Lamb Inn. Same day wasmarried Mr. |obti Clark, attorney al law-, to Mifs Edith Okr, third dan-: liter uf Mr. Robert Oke, merchant of Poole. M.iK-sitD. Mr. Francis Franks, of Widcomb, to Mi ?? Jenny Franks
October 12, 1797 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England