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A BOARDING SCrlooL Forthe EDUCATION of YOUNG LADIES* Is open'd by Mrs. Sarah Moore, late of Norn no- ham, at

A BOARDING SCrlooL Forthe EDUCATION of YOUNG LADIES* Is open'd by Mrs. Sarah Moore, late of Norn no- ham, at

Bramcote, a Village remarkable for its pleafant and healthy Situation, about foar Miles dillant from Nottingham, with proper Afiiltants, on the following Plan and Terms. EACH young Perfon, as Age or Capacity may admit, (hall be carefully indnicled, not only iii Gramma- tical Rea
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L O N D 0 N, Fib. 20.

L O N D 0 N, Fib. 20.

L O N D 0 N, Fi b. 20. Yefterday his Miijefty went to the Houfe of Peers, at- tended by the Earls of Denbigh and Delawar, and gave the Royal Aflent to the following Bills, viz. The Bill to continue the Duties on Malt, Mum, Cyder, and Perry,, for the Service ofthe prefent Year. Th
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ftkttiittatf'if Poff*

ftkttiittatf'if Poff*

Copenhagen, (Denmark J February I. ?? H E 29th pall was his Danifh B T » Q entered into his 18th Year. ?? juft One Year younger than his of the Court, neither of thofe Days was celebrated with the ufual Feftivities. All who appeared at Fridericklberg came drefled in black. The K
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SHERIFFS appointed fof the following Counties.

SHERIFFS appointed fof the following Counties.

Serhlltiri, William Eaft, of Hall Place, Efqs -Bedflrdjhire, Philip Field, of Barton, Efq; SuckUigkanijhire, Geo. Richard Carter, of Chll tofy Efqj •Cumberland, John Chriltian, of Uneriffg, Efq; •Ckejhirc, Peter Brooke, of Mere, Efq; Camh. & Hunt. John Goddard, of Elm, Efq; De-v
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
h O N DO N, Fe \, 24.

h O N DO N, Fe \, 24.

-Friday Morning, by Eight o'Clock,. the Seats in the Houfe of Commons were begun to be taken for the Mem-; be-rs, by pinning down a Ticket with their Names in 'fuch' Seats as they chofe> which Were referved for them till Prayers began. . . 1 The Honfedid not rife till near Three
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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L O N D O N, F c n. it.

L O N D O N, F c n. it.

Thurfday being the Day appointed for obferving her Majefty's Birth-day, the Ode compofed for the New Year, and poftponetl on Account of the Death of his Royal Highnefs Prince Frederick William, was pcrform'd at the Great Council Chamber, St. James's, before their Ma- jefties, wh
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
U&emtefnap'* poff.

U&emtefnap'* poff.

Extratl ofa Letter from Liege, dated Feb. 9. TH E Chevalier Charles Stuart has at laft quitted his long and folitary Retri.lt in the Caftle of Bouillon, fituate in a fmall Territory belonging to his Uncle the Duke of that Name, and was lately, we are told, on a Vifit to old King
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
'■DER B T: Printed and Sold by Sj D R E W R Yj; of whbfri.rnajy'be^ had ail Spits of

'■DER B T: Printed and Sold by Sj D R E W R Yj; of whbfri.rnajy'be^ had ail Spits of

Blank Warrant's,, •£&.' This PAPER is alfo Sold by the following > E R S 0. N Sj, viz. ?? „. o P , A By Mrs. COLE, Wiuksworth, and at A Mr. J. AST IE, ■ Borto^i'on Tiwnv*' Mr. MARTIN', Asirtv-i>B-l* Zdttctt, J li T TR'IMER, ! Mr. TAYLOR'S gIIcLMbNiTU, f Mr.R SMITH, and Mr*. ROE
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

" NcwcajMc, Fti. is. A large Quantity of Roman Silver Coins, lately found near tbe Roman Wall, were brought, to this Town, and difpofed of to feveral Gen- tlemen. • . . Extracl of a Letter from a Gentleman in Cbtfwood Hills, Feb. 14.—" I may perhaps be a Contributor to your Pann
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Canterbury, Feb. 19. We hear from Hunton^bridgC, that a few Days ago, near that Place, a Dragoon having met with a Smuggler with two Calks of Brandy, enueavour'd to take them from him, ana in the Scuffle the Calks were ftaved to-pieees. About an Houi after two Officers of Excife
28 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England