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L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

From the LONDON EVENING POST, It ia thought that an Affuiat'ion will be fpeedily en- tered into by foinc of tiie Nc Li lity ?? id Gentry who have the Morals of their Countrymen % and the Good of their Country, equally eit Heart, in order to fupprefs the illegal, infamous, and .i
14 December 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be LETT, for a Term of Tears.

To be LETT, for a Term of Tears.

To be LETT, for Term of Tears. THE COAL MINES, Walker Eftate, containing upwards of n«o Actet of Land, belonging to the Corporation of Newcaftle, and adjoining a very navigable Part of the Rivet Tyne, below Newcaille-bridge, with Waggon Wayleave, and Staith-room within itfelf: Th
19 October 1754 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CARLISLE ROAD. This is give Notice, THAT the next Meeting of the Trustees of this Road, will be held at

CARLISLE ROAD. This is give Notice, THAT the next Meeting of the Trustees of this Road, will be held at

the Moothall in the Caftlegatth, on Saturday the »6th Day of Odob;r inft, in order fettle the Treafutet’s Accompts, and on other fpecial Affairs relating to the faid Road. JOHN TWEDDELL, Clefk.
19 October 1754 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
This DAY was publijhed, (Price FIVE SHILLINGS,] Por the USE of young Students in the Art of MED*.- CINE, and

This DAY was publijhed, (Price FIVE SHILLINGS,] Por the USE of young Students in the Art of MED*.- CINE, and

thofe who are put to AHthscarui either in Town or Country, to give them a thorough In- fight into the Grounds of the A R T, -. The Rudiments of PHYSICK Accurately defcrib'd and explained in the mofi eafy and fami- liar Manner,bf Way of Dialooub between a Phyftcian and his Pupa.
29 March 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Newcajlle, April VJ. Laft Week when a certain. Rev. Clergyman, near this Town, had finifhed hii Lectures on the Catechifm, he told his Parifhioners* it was his Intention to eftablifh a School for the In* ftru&ion of 26 poor Boys and Girls, in the Principles ofthe Chriftian Relig
3 May 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

, Caftlebar, April 18. Yefterday the Aflizes ended here, when Thomas Macanally, who was formerly tried for the Murder and Robbery of his Uncle the Rev. Thomas Mullcrone, a Romifh Prieft, but acquitted for want of Evidence, and ordered for Tranfportation, was tried for breaking o
3 May 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DER BY MERCURY.

DER BY MERCURY.

Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at is, 6 d. each ; and continu'd Weekly at 2j.To be paid before publiih'd From FRIDAY July 19, fo FRIDAY July 26. 1754. [Price Two-Petce.] ?? Mil JJumblr il
19 July 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
EPITAPH on the late Lord Bifhop of Durham.

EPITAPH on the late Lord Bifhop of Durham.

Beneath this Marble BUTLER lies entomb'd, Who with a Soul inflam'd by Love Divine His Life in Prefence of his God confum'd, Like the bright Lamps before the Holy Shrine. His Afpedt pleafuig, Mind with Learning fraught, His Eloquence was like a Chain of Gold, That the wild Paflio
26 July 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MONDAY* POST.

MONDAY* POST.

From /^Whitehall and tht G b n c r a ft _Sw»/»/ Pg/fr, (iff. y«/j 27. ?? (/fc. Caf///<7/ Cty of Spain ) July 6. ON E of the chief Points on the Carpet, in regard to the Negociation with England, is to contrive fome Method for getting fpeedy Satisfaction when any Englifh Ships ar
26 July 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, Jan. 15. The Claufes in the Infolvent Debtors Bill are, that all Perfons. who have been really confined before th<: 24th of June laft, fhall be fet at Liberty ; that all Debts not exceeding 50 1, in the whole, exclufive of Litcrefts and Cofts due to one or more Perfons,
25 January 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England