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The Price of CORN, at the Exchange, in Mark-Lane,

The Price of CORN, at the Exchange, in Mark-Lane,

January 14, 1788. Per Quarter. t Hog do. 245. to 265. od. Wheat 38s. to 463. 6d. J Beans ?? to 2.65. od. Barley 20s. to 28s. 66. J Tick a is. to aas. od. Rye 255. to 265. 6d. j Tares aBs. to 30s. od.~ Oats 14s. to 18s. 6d. j Per Sack. Pale Malt 31s. to 335. od. . Fine Flour 365.
10 January 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STOLEN orSTRAY'D, from the Nun's Green, on Friday Night, or early on Saturday Morning laft,. a DARK BAY GALLOWAY, about

STOLEN orSTRAY'D, from the Nun's Green, on Friday Night, or early on Saturday Morning laft,. a DARK BAY GALLOWAY, about

ti Hands high, a fl, e -t fwitch Tail, if not altered, little or no White on him ; bad a Spavin on the off Leg behind, ?? Whoever will reftore him to Mr. Stenfon, at the Three- Tuna. Derby, fliall be well rewarded for their Trouble, and all reafonable Charges paid. Derby, Off. t
02 October 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) Oftoher 4.

LONDON, (Saturday) Oftoher 4.

The King, we regret to hear, is again indifpofed with a Complaint in his Face. Though the Camp at St. Omer's is broke up, and none of the Regiments that formed it have marched into the Austrian Netherlands, yet we arc aflured, that fuch Orders were actually iflucd at the breakin
02 October 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, October 7.

LONDON, October 7.

From the Promotions now making at Berlin, it is con- jectured that the Pruflian Armies will be in the Field next Spring, acting againft fome powerful Enemy. The St. James's Chronicle has the following Paragraph : Juft as this Paper was going to Prefs, arrived three Mails from Ho
02 October 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Codnor and Heanor intended Inclofure. I JBotfce 10 berebp ®ften> THAT a Meeting ot the Proprietors of Lands and Tenements,

Codnor and Heanor intended Inclofure. I JBotfce 10 berebp ®ften> THAT a Meeting ot the Proprietors of Lands and Tenements,

within the Liberties of Codnor, Lofco, ! Heanor and Langley, in the County of Derby, is intended to 1 be held at the Houfe ol James Wall, known by the Sign of the f Kino of Prussia, fituate in Hi. .nor, on Wednefday the nth Day of November next, at Eleven ?? in the Fore- noon, t
23 October 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MR. DREWRY,

MR. DREWRY,

SIR, PERMIT me, through the Channel of your Paper, to make my Acknowledgments to thofe Perfons, within its Cir- cuit, who have had Confidence in my MAREDANTS DROPS, the-great Sale of which, from tbe known Benefit they produce in all Scorbutic Cafes, has placed me, I confefs, in
23 October 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WEDNESDAYS POST.

WEDNESDAYS POST.

LONDON, (Tuesday) Ottober 28. £__£> ?? £__>ETTERS from Hamburgh, dated Or!l. 14, •^g^-*°^g§gs? fays, "We learn this Day that the King ttf-* of Sweden arrived at Gottenburgh in the _kF j& Night of the 3d Inft. to the gieat Joy of -JjjL j|£ its Inhabitants ; but that Prince Charle
23 October 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Thurfday) Augujl 28.

LONDON, (Thurfday) Augujl 28.

The Populace at Zutphen in Holland, on the 10th Inft. In order to fliew their Joy on account of the Princefs of Orange's Birth-Day, proceeded to the Tomb of the famous Baron Vander Capellen, who was a great Patriot, and died univerfally regretted ; and having provided a Quantity
28 August 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY, September 3-

DERBY, September 3-

This Morning at eleven, our Mufical Feftival commenced with the Sacred Oratorio of the Meffiah. The Company was very elegant and numerous, upwards of One Thoufand Perfons being In the Church. Time will not permit us to enter into Particulars this Week, but the beft Judges allow
28 August 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Thurfday) November 27.

LONDON, (Thurfday) November 27.

Monday Night an Exprefs arrived at the Lord Chancellor's Houfe, in Great Ormond Street, with fome very important Bufinefs from his Royal Highnefs the Ptince of Wales, at Windfor Caftle, which occafioned the Lord Chancellor and Mr. Pitt to fet off Yefterday Morning to Windfor, wh
27 November 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England