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LONDON, March 9.

LONDON, March 9.

LONDON, March All the Peers were fummoned to be prefent the Houfe of Lords lull. « Letters from Paris give an account atrocious crimes lately committed in that capital. Amongft others, a young woman, who was difappointed in an amour her mother,, fodnd metfns to poifon her fince w
14 March 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Birmingham, Feb. 25. A fevv days ago, Mr. Dewhuril's port-chaife was returning empty from Afliburne to Leek, a horfe be- "Chajfe was killed by the opening a ancient lead-mine, at leaft twenty fathom or forty yards deep, which was, exactly under the crown of the turnpike-road, a
07 March 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
EDWARD NOTT, In the High-Street, Stamford, CELLS, at the lame Price as r London ' BOOKS and STATIONARY ol all

EDWARD NOTT, In the High-Street, Stamford, CELLS, at the lame Price as r London ' BOOKS and STATIONARY ol all

Sorts, the Particulars which would too tcdioiu to mention ; Magazines and Numbers any Kind delivered the Evening of each Month. Books bound in the ncatelt Mann sr. He has laid in frefh Stock of CHINA, againft the Fair. He alfo lclls, under the Hands of the Proprietors themfelvcs
07 March 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, March 9. Yefterday his lency Lord Vifcount went in (late to the Houfe of Peers, when a was to the Houfe ot Com.nons, who attended, and prefented their Speaker, Edmond Sexton Pery, who made <**• ccller.t fpeech to his Excellency on his being elected the chair, which his E
28 March 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Bill for making a navigable cut or canal frem Id, in the county of. Derby, thro* or near Work

The Bill for making a navigable cut or canal frem Id, in the county of. Derby, thro* or near Work

lop and Ret* ford, to join the river Trent, at near? Stockwith, in the county Nottingham, has patted one branch of the Jegiflative powers. is faid his Majefty will goto the H ufe of Peers on Thurfday next, and give the royal affect to fuch bills as fliall be ready. A letter from
28 March 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE Subfcription ASSEMBLY At STAMFORD, Will be on Tuefday, the Second April next. Stamford, March 27, 1771. To lie LE

THE Subfcription ASSEMBLY At STAMFORD, Will be on Tuefday, the Second April next. Stamford, March 27, 1771. To lie LE

T, And Entered immediately, w HOUSE, with good Shop, X conveniently lor Trade, near the Butcher-row, in the High-ftrcet, Stamford. For further Particulars, enquire of Ann in Stamford S P O T T, Cover this Seafon, at ▼ Stoke,- near Grantham, at One Guinea Mare, and Half a Crown t
28 March 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday and Sunday Night's Post.

Friday and Sunday Night's Post.

The following Advices came by the Mails from France, and Flanders. Frontiers Poland, February 20. ARSH £L Saw a came the iniiaat to Myfock, the head of 1000 hqrfe M d W oft'XV ths Jew? '? p ve,i lar e contribution. ,he l6th '»???' * insart happened between Col. Drewitz and the C
21 March 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

Cloucefler, March 18. At our Affiles which were concluded on Saturday Evening, leven Cri- minals received Sentence of Death, viz. Wm. Teakle, for Shcep-ltealing ; Rob. Summers, for Horfe-ftealing ; John Ward, for breaking open the Houfe of jof.iph Bafs, of Englifli Bicknorj Rob.
23 March 1771 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
For tbe DERBT Mercury.

For tbe DERBT Mercury.

To the PRINTER. / wasfo charm' d with reading in tbe London Papers; as well as in your ufeful Mercury of tbe %c,tb cf February lafi, the WILL of that truly etpofioltc and divine Man tbe Rev. Mp. George Whitefield, ( who died of an Afibma, at New- bery, near Bofton in New England
22 March 1771 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To the Right Hon. Sir FLETCHER NORTON

To the Right Hon. Sir FLETCHER NORTON

Knt. Speaker of the Houfe of Commons. j 1 R, 0N Fl Return „ laft Monday Night from the Country, V whither my Bufinefs had carried me, I was much aftomfhed to be informed that fome Perfons, pretendine to be the Deputy Serjeant and MefTengers of the Houfe of Commons, had called fe
22 March 1771 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England