IRELAND,

... Mary How, Widow, aged 112 Years; her Death was occafioned pulling a Codling oft' a Tree, the Limb of which breaking, fell her Arm and broke it: It is remarkable that about two Years ago, {he cut a new Set Teeth, and that her Hair turned from Grey to a beautiful ...

the i*L>' vpw former of which Piaces he carries Letters informing Regency th« Electorate of the King’s ..

... jCjoncerning the AlTairs of he Empire. ji COUNTRY NEWS. [ Jhl/101, Ftb. i. Laft Monday were commitcd to itc John JackCun, Sugar-Baker, and John Jones, Tyler, for fcveral Rubcrics on the Highway, in and near this City. Among other Robberies they have committed ...

LON DON, February 20

... the faid Vdlcl. They were all three acquitted. 5. Tie Trials of Thomas Haggerfion, charged with the Murder of John Johnfton, on board the St. John Baptift, Merchantman. And 6. Of Henry WoodclifF, charged a!fo with a Murder, committed on the High .'•'eas ...

X3atfi, ipa:u 7

... Charity, via. James Caulet, Efq. Sir John Hartopp, Bart. Sir Ed- ward T r - er, Bart. Walter Long, Philip Stephens, and Samuel Cafe, El'qrs. Yefterday it was currently reported here, that $00 French were landed near Cardigan, in South- Wales , that they had ...

London, June 30,

... Lady Mary Brudencl Mon- tague, Daughter to the Earl of Cardigan. — \f York, aged 55, Sir H. Ibbetfbn, of Leeds, Bart. Bankuvfts. Archibald Murray, lat- of Plymouth in the County of Devon, Chapman — John Dickens, late of Weft-Smithfield, Lon don, Innbolder ...

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts

... Soveriign in his own Apartment •and being called over Garter King of Arms, a Procelliou was made from thence the Great Council Chamber, in the following OrJer : Earl Bute. Earl Cardigan. Earl of Lire >!». Duke of Bedford. Duke Leeds. Kis Royal Prince William ...

Afilftants to the Chief Mourner, viz; Earl of Petcrborow, Earl Talbot, (kd. Stew, of his Ma- Earl of Dartmouth, ..

... Richard Selwood, of Bright Walton, Efq; John Waddon, of Tonnacombe, John Elliot, of Treburfey, Efq; Thomas Trefry, of Fowey, Efq; DcTjonJiin-, Charles Hale, of Ingfden, Efq; (ames Hamblyn, of Court, Carmxall, John Jones, of Halden, Efq; Dorjctjbire, Henry ...

COUNTRY NEWS

... 9*8, and and 20,2+0, prizes too 1. each. Friday No, +3,771, and 109, were draw prizes of tool, each. Ycfterday Sir John Fielding, Knt. John Spinnage and William Kelynge, hfqrs. committed to Newgate, from the Public Otiice in ow-ftreet, Mr. J G n, Attorney ...

Published: Monday 16 December 1765
Newspaper: Salisbury and Winchester Journal
County: Wiltshire, England
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Lonton, g

... at Newfound^ / landi the Sentence which' made them legal Pule* a t St. John's Island, heint deemed foflicient. An Eftimatc of the Value of foreign Teas, taken by hi* Majefty'* armed Cutter*,, from on bourd foreign and dom-ltic Smugglers on the Coaft of ...

THOMAS STEVENS

... Tb°® * . ton, John Wallis, Michael Bailey, and others, held Leak* * '■ granted, from Queen’s College, Oxford, for forty Years, at as. Rent of tl. os. sd. r.ecrt two Tenements, in the feveral Occupations of 1 Nichols, Taylor, and John Smith, Shoemaker ...

THOMAS STEVENS

... Occupations McfT. i ton, John Wallis, Michael Bailey, and others, held by ■ granted, from Queen's College, Oxford, for forty Years, as. Rent of tl. Os. sd. r.ecrt two Front Tenements, in the feveral Occupations of i Nichols, Taylor, and John Smith, Shoemaker ...

Published: Monday 20 October 1766
Newspaper: Salisbury and Winchester Journal
County: Wiltshire, England
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CO DC

... Thursday, Oftobcr 30. Si. ‘James’s, Od, 28. The King has been pleafed to grant unto the Right Hon George Montagu Earl of Cardigan, and to the heirs male his body lawfully begotten, the dignities of Marquis and Duke of the kingdom of Great Britain, by ...

Published: Monday 03 November 1766
Newspaper: Salisbury and Winchester Journal
County: Wiltshire, England
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