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MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE.

Charles-Henry Talbot, tfq; of the Middle-Temple, a near Relation to the Right Hob. the Lord Talbot, Haflcll, of Great Rullel- Street, Bioomlhury, with 10.0001. DEATHS. The Rev. Dr. Stephens, Vicar of Barking in Effex. The Right Hon, Lady Frances Haftings. Mrs. Cumley, Mother to
2 February 1751 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To he SOLD.

To he SOLD.

he SOLD. AVe-y good Brick Houfe in Kirkley in Suffolk, late in the Occupation of Mr John Fowler, deceafed, with good Yards, Gardens, Stables, Outhoufes, and all other Conveniences, and very large Barns; alfo twenty-one Acres very I. near the Houfe, and about twenty Acres of Mail'
23 March 1751 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
By SEVERAL HANDS

By SEVERAL HANDS

SEVERAL HANDS Printed for Thomas Olborne in Gray’i-Inn Lane, and Wm. Sandby, in Ffect-flrcet j and to be Sold the Boohfe.lers in Townanl Caantry^ Excife Oftce, Lor<?or, Ftb. *s, 175&. by Asi for it Certain Lfon C. dies fa£eJ in the nghlb tier of fbe Riign it* late M.jejly Anne, i
23 March 1751 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To te SOLD tmmei/intely.

To te SOLD tmmei/intely.

To SOLD tmmei/intely. TUP. Materials of large Wind Mill, compleat (now Banding and being at Wickham Bifliops in the County »f FfTtX) as built a Brick Foundation the late Henry Parfons, Hfq; deevafed, with the going Geers theieof; with Pair of large French Stones, and two Sets of
23 March 1751 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SUFFOLK.

SUFFOLK.

lOHN MAYES tl.e yourrer, of near VV in the County Suffolk, went away from hit an-.ly ab the V.ar , hath not fince hert h.ard , ■ tins is inform the flirt J,<A>n Maye. if livirp, that his Fathar , d< - ,1 , irK in. Wife carntltly ikihcs his kiturn to an<l his n .. . nv can til wk
23 March 1751 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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MON D AY's POST.

MON D AY's POST.

Ffttn the Whitehall and tbe G eh ekai Evening Pofts, isc, Auguft 24. lifbon, (tbe Capital City of Portugal ) July 30. THE King has conferred upon Don Antonio Pereyra, the Command of a fmall Squadron, confuting of two Frigates of thirty Guns each, and two other Ships of War, whic
23 August 1751 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
S CO T E AND.

S CO T E AND.

Edinburgh, Ofl. io. Laft Week came in here, and are quartered in the Canongate, the firft Divifion of Wolfe's Regiment, as did alfo the firft Divifion of fikel- ton's to Leitli : The foraier are to march for fcrth, and the latter are to relieve the Companies of the Old Buffs qua
18 October 1751 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THURS D AY's POST;

THURS D AY's POST;

Frem the Whitehall andthe General Evening Pofts, &c. November 5. Conftantinople, Oflober 2 1. THE Plague has greatly ceafed this Month; the great Mortality is over ; there are only fome fmall Remains as ufual ; it has left us a natural Confequence, Scarcity of fome NecelTaries,
1 November 1751 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
This DAY are Publifhed, PROPOSALS For Printing by Subscription, Weekly, At Six-pence each Number, THE UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY 0 F TRADE

This DAY are Publifhed, PROPOSALS For Printing by Subscription, Weekly, At Six-pence each Number, THE UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY 0 F TRADE

and COMMERCE, Tranflatcd from the French of The Celebrated Monfieur S A V A R V, Infpeflor-G eneral of the Manuf aflures for the King, at the Cuftom-Houfe of Paris: With large Additions and Improvements, incorporated through: out the Whole WORK; Which more particularly accommoda
1 November 1751 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, May v.

LONDON, May v.

The Duke of Newcaftle on Wednefday laft ac- quainted the Houfe of Lords., that he had a Meilage under his Majefty's Royal Sign Manual, which his Majefty had commanded him to deliver to their Lord- fhips, and the fame was read by the Lord Chancellor, and is as follows : GEORGE R.
10 May 1751 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England