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OXFORD CI&CUIT*

OXFORD CI&CUIT*

Lord Chief Juftice Wiljles, Mr. ■Juftice Cuvi. Berks, Monday July 22, at Abingdon. Oxon, Wedrteiaay July 24, at Oxford. PVorcefterftnre, Saturday July 27, at Worcefter. . CityjfWortefler, The fame Day at the faid City. - Staffordpke, Wednefday July 31, at Stafford. Salop, Monday
28 June 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PROLQ G U E.

PROLQ G U E.

TO this new World, | from fam'd J3ri taenia's Shore, Thro' boifterous Seas, where foaming pillows roar, The Mufe, who Britons charm'd for many an Age, Now fends her Servants forth' to tread the Stage; Britain's own Race, tho' far remov'd to fhow Patterns of every Virtue they fli
28 June 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 N D b N- June ici.

L 0 N D b N- June ici.

On Wednefday Night the new-born Son pf the Lord Vifcouh't Peterfham was baptifed at his Lordfhip's Houfe in Dpwning-ftreet,. Weftrpinfter; bytfhe Name of William Fitzroy : The Earls of Waldegrave and Hertford, and the Countefs of Yarmouth, were Sppnior*. Thfar&lay Theodore Baron
28 June 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, July 2.

LONDON, July 2.

Saturday his Majefty, accompanied by Lord Delawar and the Marquis of Hartington, went from Kenfing- fon to Kcw, and after dining at Richmond Lodge, returned to Kenfington in the Evening. Sunday Night died of the. Gout in his Stomach, at his Houfe in Bell- Yard, Fleet-ftreet, Sol
28 June 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
&> This Paper may be had of Mr. STRINGER, Bookfeller in Wakefield ; Mr. SCOLFIELD, Bookfeller in Rochdale ; Mr.

&> This Paper may be had of Mr. STRINGER, Bookfeller in Wakefield ; Mr. SCOLFIELD, Bookfeller in Rochdale ; Mr.

EDWARDS, Bookfeller in Halifax-, Mr. WILLIAM PULLAN, in Bradford ; Mr. HIRSTWOOD, in Ripponden 5 Mr. NATHANIEL BINNS, Bookfeller in Halifax, and at his Shops at Huddersfield and -SiW ; Mr. ROBERT RICHARDSON, Grocer in Otley ; by all whom, Advertisements, and Letters to the Print
27 August 1754 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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C,OUNT_ V- NEWS

C,OUNT_ V- NEWS

Newmarket, Aug. 16. There are juft finjfhed here in a very neat Manner, at the Stables belonging tb his Majefty's Houfe in that Town, twelve Stalis for Run- ning Horfts ; and on Thurfday twelve of thofe beau- tiful Creatures, belonging to his Royal Highnefs the . Duke of Cumberl
27 August 1754 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

Edinburgh, Aug. 15. On Tuefday laft the Jury re- turned their VerdiCt againlt Nicklas Cockburn, indicted for poiloning her Hufband and her Step-mother, by mixing Arfenic with their Broth and Pottage, finding her guilty, all in one Voice. Alter reading the Verdict, the Lord Judic
27 August 1754 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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cue. nap -3 post. From, the LONDON PRINTS, Aug. 24. j3» Arriv'd a Mail from Flanders. Ex trail of a Letter from AmJlerdam, Auguft 12. tf ■ \HE Province of Zealand has not yet agreed \Q.tt\ the Miniftry of Madam the Governante J. in regard to the Tutelage. It was this that obliged
27 August 1754 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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?? ■■ ~ ItWwfc PO ST.- *fX\ baflfc&srtd ?? ti)Bsut*jetf: of Af- fairs in Ag»eii^:|f9«witiiftaoding whicthit is rtot ?? jmy^tw D««riniiwtitjn isrcoirclu- dedbetween the two Naiioni in. Relation thereto; The laft Letters from Seville advife, that on the 9tfc Inflant.d viofelit Stor
24 December 1754 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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«,. ?? L O N p x> n. r * By a private Letter from Hojbmt*ve|learo thjfc tWQ..V«ff;ls belonging xh ?? Eaft-fndjEv Company, theWimrnariftrf, oirpt. Phifeppi, atjC- the Peace, Capt. Root, «nd a Bark belonging to t Jucatra^obund from Batavia to Stirat, were i£jff tacked by the famous
24 December 1754 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England