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AT Mrs. /orden's COARbfNG- S'-HOO!., in the «»• P' 1. are educated t'LS lul' 'term*: I. *. «1. Il'»<i<l, rrncliitig,anil

AT Mrs. /orden's COARbfNG- S'-HOO!., in the «»• P' 1. are educated t'LS lul' 'term*: I. *. «1. Il'»<i<l, rrncliitig,anil

Necdl.* f Win k, prr Annum, ' Entrance i encll Entrance O I' 6 Dancing, per i£<i;*rter ij - Entrance O MnGc, T f«»r it' Entrance i 1 f and '• J jjy > * Engiifh tnclpng, au»l Needle-work, 0 £ per trance French. and Needle-Work. Eutrance —- —» o *.* The may ' the Pl<n lieing condu
10 November 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ROYAL HORITT. Prepared by DICEY and Co. THE Original ELIXIR, (fsaltd in Wa:i n niargin) only by DictY anc *

ROYAL HORITT. Prepared by DICEY and Co. THE Original ELIXIR, (fsaltd in Wa:i n niargin) only by DictY anc *

London. Thi» certifies that Henry Pile-ftreet, Brillol, wa* about three yean ago yialeatly afHidled with a backiag cough, which occafioned a great deal of toagh phlegm, that brought ma thin and weak that 'twas thought I was a coafumptioa I had alfo a great firaitaef* in my kreai
10 November 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday Night's Post.

Friday Night's Post.

L O N, December Le»i», wr.o was on lift •*> .* l htor a toigety M' firi. D-umroond and Co. <0 .oat exit thr, i, connexions with moll abandoned fenia'e. S. on after with her, fh- rror-- fented him fctuatton, nnd for hi. iflin to net from impending ; conference which (orged draft
15 December 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To Dr. L U() K R, Prefcot Street, Goodman's Fields. Author the LIGNGfIUM ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS. SIR, I Hive the PlcafOre

To Dr. L U() K R, Prefcot Street, Goodman's Fields. Author the LIGNGfIUM ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS. SIR, I Hive the PlcafOre

acquaint von that life y , DROPS, I liave received a perfect Cure * moft inveterate fcorbiuic Humour, li have had upwards twenty years both m> arins, Iron* my finger* At it broke in my hands, and continued f'pi-ei.t-inj; elbow, qotr, raw, and van aflnrp watery mattfcr. The invet
15 December 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ALL Sorts MKMOKANHUM-HOCKS, ami ALMANACKS, lor the Year 17:5,' may now be h.ri T. Hov.oravi the Printer this Paper, and

ALL Sorts MKMOKANHUM-HOCKS, ami ALMANACKS, lor the Year 17:5,' may now be h.ri T. Hov.oravi the Printer this Paper, and

ho carry fame. ALL I'erfons having any Claim Demand nn rhe Kll.ite »:.<1 Kll'crH John I'c! J, lair of I <twtliorpe the I'ai ifli Bourn, i« the Lincoln, Gc.'.llr ai .ire <feli; ed tend Account » forthwith, to Mr. Hum*; ai'orcfuid. Noverr.bar 22-1, 1774. l>e Fold I)) Piivate Corni
24 November 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sunday Night's Post.

Sunday Night's Post.

Ike following Advices came the Mails from France and Holland. Peter/bur gh, Augufi 26. to the moft an- then tie advicei, PugatfchefF is not taken was reported, but •s•}£( after fuffering a new check, is retired towards the Jaik, exercifing in bit root the mod horrible cruelties.
29 September 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Tuesday Night's Post.

Tuesday Night's Post.

(.j The following Advices came the Mails from Holland and Flanders. From the London GAZETTE. Venice, September 9. confideration of the general failureof the crops this State, fe'H the Senate has judged it expedient to open this port for the free importation foreign corn, for the
29 September 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post

Wednesday Night's Post

AMERICA. Conruflicut, September 3. Fitch, ou; prefrnt High Sheriff, has afF.-onteu (he people Windham and Nor wich (by J Scoundrels in not permitting Mr. Green Bolton 10 through their quid)) upon *v>i : ch a number aflembled, and molt folcmnly refotveo adminifler Tar and Feather
20 October 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 12.

LONDON, Feb. 12.

LONDON, Feb. HOUSE LORDS. 9. proceeded in he further hearing Council in the Caufe Literary Property. The Attorney General made a final reply to the arguments the Refponden;'s Council, and after fpeaking for hoar and three quarters, the Chancellor ftated to the Lords the great imp
17 February 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
A!!>erftN j late ille Kl\, tnui County Cainlu idge, m l>u j.> ;i unatick up* wards «1 ears, died there

A!!>erftN j late ille Kl\, tnui County Cainlu idge, m l>u j.> ;i unatick up* wards «1 ears, died there

about the September lalV, fuppofed Will been found. This is to delite the Relations next Kin the laid Alberlus Brimble, to lend their CUhns Writing and letting forth the Degree Kindred which they respectively llaxd; either Mr. Medmore, Merchant at near Stainlord ; or Mr. Jos. Ha
17 February 1774 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England