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F R I D _\ V's PO S T.

F R I D _\ V's PO S T.

COUNTR y N E W S. LYNN, jult 28. ?? a-!""**™ ?? '*■•" *"' nm \ R ,D A v ,aft - rriwed in -■■•■• v ?? k 1 River, the Archangel, from ■5 ?? ?? ?? a* Greenland, Capt. Cook, with 2 UT/tf&^Z^xi-i T-* two Filh. 'It was with mush P ?? t r ?? -C Difficulty fhe 50c fafe hither, ?? %- - *
31 July 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Friday) June 2.7.

LONDON, (Friday) June 2.7.

?? af peers, THURSDAY, June 26. Lord Kenyon took the Oaths and his Seat. His Lordfhip was introduced between the Lords S)dney and Walfingham. The Houfe came to a Refoiution to allow Mr. W. Aldern, one of the Conftables employed upon the Trial of Wairen Haftings, Efq* the Expence
26 June 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Sunday's Mail.

Sunday's Mail.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Petersburgh, July 3.. REAR Admiral Paul Jones being upon the point of going to France, to attend to fome affairs which require his prefence, had the honour to take leave ofthe Emprefs on the 7th, and killed hands upon the occafion ; her Majefty only gives h
17 September 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
1 DO THEREFORE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE

1 DO THEREFORE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE

i nat tne next Meeting of the faid Truftees, is appointed to be held at the Houfe of the faid William Smith, the Black Swan in Crich aforefaid, on Monday the a orb Day of Dec. •Inftant, at n ?? in the Forenoon; at which Time and ■CJ.ace, the faid Truftees will further confider t
11 December 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TU ES D A V's POST"

TU ES D A V's POST"

From the London Gazk; i Ei WHITEHALL, March 29. ' ?? HE Kin S has b een ptealad to gram **|jjp f« *ne Reverend Samuel WefW $S T «?£ Mailer of Arts, the placa z h «L dP Dignity of a Canon or Pr e b cn WS^^Wg of Canterbury, void by theßef**,' nation of the Reverend DoSuL Richard F
27 March 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
F R I D A Y*s POST.

F R I D A Y*s POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. TANGIER 3, July 14. M^t»iKar**i_l* ll ''B>»gEa**K*-. HE Emperor is at prefent at tQs\^Ji±. \ Fez w * t - 1 an Arm y of 20.000 ?? 'T> fu *-*•"-• * 5 a **ernblingfrefhTroops to Vf /V^QN^^J-f X U on -he Eaftern Frontiers of JS) Jy^QCXgSg # • his Empire. The el
04 September 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The ASSIZE of BREAD for the Borough of DERBY.to continue feven Days from the Date hereof.

The ASSIZE of BREAD for the Borough of DERBY.to continue feven Days from the Date hereof.

The ASSIZE of BREAD for the Borough of DERBY to continue feven Days from the Date hereof. Derby, Jan. 21, White. I Wheaten. Houfhold. 1789. Ih. ox. dr. lb. oz. dr. lb. o X . dr. The Penny Loaf, — o. 6 a I o 8 3 o jo _x a-penny Loaf,— oia 4 106 1 * 5 3-penny Loaf,— 000 00 189 a 01
15 January 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Sold by JOHN DREWRY, Printer, Bookfeller, Stationer, and Book-Binder, in the Irongate, to whom Advertisements, &c. are defircd to be

Sold by JOHN DREWRY, Printer, Bookfeller, Stationer, and Book-Binder, in the Irongate, to whom Advertisements, &c. are defircd to be

fent Poft-paid; Advertifements are alfo taken in by Mr. Roome, Derby. Mr. Brown, AJhbome. . Mr. Hilliard, Leek. Mr. Bott, Buxton. - Mr. Staniforth, Bakewell. Mr. Sheppard, Mansfield. ( Meffrs Pearfon, Sc Co. Brm. Mr- Sanders, ditto. Mrs. Walker, ditto. \ Mr. Ward, Sheffield. Mr.
15 January 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Price of CORN, at the Exchange, In Mark-Lane,.Oct. 13, 1788.

The Price of CORN, at the Exchange, In Mark-Lane,.Oct. 13, 1788.

The Price of CORN, at the Exchange, In Mark-Lane, Oct. 13, 1788. Per Smarter. I Hog do, zos. to 225. od. Wheat 38s. to 475. od. Beans . 235. to 265, od. Barley * ?? to ..$« od. Tick' : " ;iqs. to 21s. 6d. -*tye 20s. to 225. od. Tares " ?? 245. to 28s; bd. Oats... _3«. to 18s. od.
09 October 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
APOSTROPHE to FREEDOM,

APOSTROPHE to FREEDOM,

The following fpirited IS TAKEN FROM GALLICK LIBERTY-, A Poem oecajioned by the Revolution in France. « y f"AIL, holy Freedom !"— Let the incipient ftrain, IT. Thus flow fpontaneous.— •'« May thy fceptre rife Powerful among the nations : For thou fway'ft A righteous fceptre, to
05 November 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England