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Extraß of a Letter from Dintzkk, Oft. 19.

Extraß of a Letter from Dintzkk, Oft. 19.

" We have an Account from Thorn of an Affair unhappy enough in itfelf, and which may be much ?? lb from the Confluences attending it. A Lieu- tenant of the Crown Troops attempting to pafs over the Bridge there in a Carriage, without paying the ufual moderate Toll, was oppoled, a
4 November 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
rjflwut\tf) ttertn ,j,">.i'''''■ '• ■" ' •'' :i'iij.]„.. |fj; ,Reports frfltß the Daily Papers.-.<*b btiont)

rjflwut\tf) ttertn ,j,">.i'''''■ '• ■" ' •'' :i'iij.]„.. |fj; ,Reports frfltß the Daily Papers.-.<*b btiont)

rjflwut\tf) ttertn ,j,">.i ?? '■ '• ■" ' •' ' :i'iij ?? |fj ; , Reports frfltß the Daily Papers. -. < *b btiont) .J^tiowfaid that the Earl of Chefterfield will be ?? of the Council, in the , room' of the late EarJ of Granville, %i „ ?? ' ?? is faidtha't her Majefty, willlie^natW
1 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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Fromlhi Whitehall, General, and other EvBNINo Papers cjfc ■■■April 5. C 0 V NT. R F H E.IVS. Extraß of a 'Later from Leeds, ( Yorklhire ) fated March 16, 1763- -i I ABOUT two M whs ago I had an Oppor- /\ tunity of converfmg with Robert Oglebie, the old Travelling Tinker, and too
1 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday lafi

PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday lafi

Bank Stock, fhut. India Stock flint. South-tea ditto, 10S t i].th a v-Ilalf. Three per cent. Bank Ann: red. .fruit. Ditto conlbl. 04 7 Bths a os- Three per cent, ditto 1 72 c", — — •, Three l-half per cent. .ditto, 17J6, — ~. Ditto 1758, . Four per cent, conlbl. 107 7 Bths a toB
1 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Jn Extraordinary Scoiißuric C A S ti.

Jn Extraordinary Scoiißuric C A S ti.

■ A Lad about rhlf teert years old, who Nad been ( ?? 6 * healthy patents) fioiri) bis b irt h, a ftli dl^d w/th Leprous ?? 4 * butic Eruptions tliat hacfyot yielded to/any means u fed for .his, • recovery, was ?? laflbecomc (o ?? to look au and efle'emed fo ?? a family 'Or* ■'t
4 November 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The next Bradford Affembly will the laji this Winter) Will be the 22d Inftant, the BEAR Inn. begin at Six

The next Bradford Affembly will the laji this Winter) Will be the 22d Inftant, the BEAR Inn. begin at Six

. ■' ■ 1 feolfe, Bath, A light colour'd dun Gelding Fourteen Hinds two Inches high ; canters Heady and well on the Road ; able to great Dej Work, tho* rather thick windeil. * # * inquire any Morning, before Ten o'Ciock, between Three and Five"in the Afternoon, of John Hart, at M
17 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TOnelWtf Pfl)g>C.

TOnelWtf Pfl)g>C.

• From LLOYD'S British Chronicls, May 9. LONDON, May 9. IT is faid that fome rich Prefents are come over from Portugal for a great Perlbnage, in Return for the immediate Afliftance granted to that Kingdom. On Saturday laft Mr. W. applied to feveral Juftices of the Peace, and dem
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, May 10.

LONDON, May 10.

We hear the Merchants of London will addrefs the King on the Peace. This Day a Motion was made in the Court of Al- dermen to addrefs the King on the Peace, and after fome Debate it was agreed to. . We hear that Lord Defpenfer is appointed Lord Lieutenant and Cuftos Rotulorum of
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, &c May j. LONDON, May j, ?? Y.ESTERDAY Morning John Wilkes, Efq; was brought from the Tower up to the Bar of the Court of Common Fleas, Weftminfter, where (as foon as the Court was featedj he made the .fol- lowing Speech : M
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
3Wertifemeitto< WANTED IMMEDIATELY, To look after the POOR in St. Peter's Parijb Work-H.-ufe in DERBT; A Sober honeft Man, that

3Wertifemeitto< WANTED IMMEDIATELY, To look after the POOR in St. Peter's Parijb Work-H.-ufe in DERBT; A Sober honeft Man, that

can Write and Accompt tolerable we.l: Such a one that this will fuit, may apply to Mr. Marshall Killer, and Mr. Joseph Saxon, Over- ?? ofthe faid Parifh, who Will treat with him about the fame. ■ — Co be i(£CC. \." At BURTON upon Trent, Staffiordlhire ; A LARGE handfome HOUSE, S
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England