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Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

foreign affairs. Naples December 21. • fent Orders to augment thofe of Aquila, Civitelia, and feveral other Places: We arc likewife very bufie in catling feveral Pieces of Cannon and ftoring our Arfenals with large Quantifies of all the ncccffary Implements of War. Conferences a
15 January 1736 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

jUrtDOlt, 13. IT fo mew hat furprizing, that # the chief concerning a general Pacification bo already fettled, yet Peace it not be proclaimed before July nexf. The Turks, Teems, hayje chang their continuing the War againft Konli Kan, with whom they are inclin'd to conclude • Pea
15 January 1736 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To he LETT, And Enter'd on at Lady-Day next, A Grafing Farm at Carlton-Scroop the County of Lincoln, late i

To he LETT, And Enter'd on at Lady-Day next, A Grafing Farm at Carlton-Scroop the County of Lincoln, late i

the Occupation of Mr. |ohn dcccafcd. Enquire of Mr. William Jackfen of Holbeach in the faid County, or Job Charlton, Staunton in the County Nottingham. mm.-..., ■ ■ i To be LET T. very Rent , and Entered on immediately, ALargr Farm, Part open Field Arabic Land, and Parr Incloiur
5 February 1736 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
VAjHercas the jth. Day ot January Ufi, the Bioxha.-n, near ; ( nnnru a# V ' W « J Counry

VAjHercas the jth. Day ot January Ufi, the Bioxha.-n, near ; ( nnnru a# V ' W « J Counry

Linco!n was broke open, alio rue Chcfri, from one which WCJC taken Silver Spcons; one marh'd I* K. arciher the other H, K, one Gold Ring, without any Mark, and one Handkerchief Red and bordcr'd with White, In tbc other Che ft were Tome tirncn Apparel, belonging Relation, none wh
5 February 1736 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
AT Great Gunnerby, near Grantham* livech Dr. VViight, Man Midwife, who deliver* Women with all Speed, and Salery that may

AT Great Gunnerby, near Grantham* livech Dr. VViight, Man Midwife, who deliver* Women with all Speed, and Salery that may

and alfo adminiftcri prop4lr Medicines, both before and after Delivery, Occafion requires, and is ready attend the god Women all Hours when defired, and reafonable in his Demands. nf HOMAS Haughton, Uphollter from JL Lonaon, has bought Stock of Gcods of Mr. Alderman Butcher of S
5 February 1736 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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this Day is PulUjh'tf, {'Price One Shilling) Klacci Satira: or, the Satires of A. p the U Schools. In Method

this Day is PulUjh'tf, {'Price One Shilling) Klacci Satira: or, the Satires of A. p the U Schools. In Method

entirely New. h Stirling, M. A. And Muder of Sr. School Holborn, Aljo lately pub'ijb the fame Author. P. VirgiMi Bucolic*. Price n. fticch'd Moralia, See Price (tiich'd 3. Pi Augufti *ru Fabu!«. Price bound. 4. Cordcrii ScJe&a. Price 1. bound 5. Catechifinu. u Eccl. Angl. Price
5 February 1736 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The PREFACE.

The PREFACE.

The PRE FACE. ManBenSadJi, a fervant of God, of W Ifiael, ,o all and nary of , readers, whether Jew or Gentile, greeting- • .r g hiftory of England. it Notvjithflanding that many have taken j things that focdgoodumomealfi, mifi Mellef/cade', ta fit Jorll> tn J happened fince the
3 December 1748 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
II. WILLIAM RUFUS.

II. WILLIAM RUFUS.

NOW Rufus was thirty and one years old when he began to reign, and he reigned over England twelve years and ten months, and his mother's name was Matilda. And he was a very wickcd nun, and his heart was fet to do evil continua y' and he contemned the gods of his and believed not
3 December 1748 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
III. HENRY I.

III. HENRY I.

TOW Henry was a learned man, and a prince of exceeding gr eat WI . infomuch that he was fur name e <iuclerk\ and he himfclf to ena good laws, and to govern his pcop Rifely. And he reftored to the Engli/h the privilege of having lights in their cs, the ringing the curfeu . And he
3 December 1748 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IV. STEPHEN.

IV. STEPHEN.

AND Stephen was a goodly man, and a man great valour, howbeit, as he was not the rightful heir, he bethought himfclf how might obtain the affections of the people ; and he fought by all manner of ways to pleafe them. To the nobles he gave leave to build them forts and caftles th
3 December 1748 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland