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LOND O N, (Monday) Auguft 31.

LOND O N, (Monday) Auguft 31.

LOND O N, (Monday) Auguft 31 . The Duke of Clarence is much indifpofed. The National Affembly of France have agreed on additional articles to the following effecl . . " free communication of thoughts and opinions is one of the moft precious rights of man :— every citi- zen may, t
27 August 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRICES of CORN.

PRICES of CORN.

AT DERBY. Wheat 7s. od.— to-— 7s. 6d."> Oats 2S . 6d. to — as. 9 d. C the Strike- Beans 3s. Bd. to 4s. od. J Friday, Aug. 2.8. REBECCA WALLIS. AT CHESTERFIELD. Wheat 7s. 2d.— to — 7s. 6d. ■> , „ .- Oats zs. 3d to— 2s. 6d. £ the Strik *» Saturday, Augufi 29. G. GOSLING. AT LONDON
27 August 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PATIENTS admitted and difcharged at the GENERAL.HOSPITAL, near Nottingham, fince our laft.

PATIENTS admitted and difcharged at the GENERAL.HOSPITAL, near Nottingham, fince our laft.

PATIENTS admitted and difcharged at the GENERAL HOSPITAL, near Nottingham, fince our laft. In-patients difcharg'd curd 3 • Out-patientsdifcharg'dcu r'di4. Do. relieved - o ; Do. for non- attendance 3 Do. made-out patients ?? In-patients admitted .. o Do. incurable - - o ! Acciden
27 August 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CONWAY RACES.

CONWAY RACES.

On Tuefday, Aug. 25, the Prince of Wales's plate biT XOOgs. Mr. R. Collin's b. c. Evergreen, 4 yrs. - ail Lord Grofvenor's b. c. Ami-Is, 4 yrs. __ I ft ft Mr. Dennis's eh. h. Ranunculus, aged, - 3 33 On "Wednefday, 501. for all ages. P. K. Heron, Efq'rs. b. f. Maid of Ely, 4 yrs
27 August 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Thurfday) April 3.

LONDON, (Thurfday) April 3.

On Monday a Cabinet Council was held at Lord Carmar- then's Office, which Mr. Pitt came to Town from Holwood on purpofe to attend, as did moft of the other Cabinet Mi- nisters. The Council fat near four Hours, and broke up at three o'Clock. After the Cabinet was over, which was
03 April 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

May? 3. Mr. Nicholas Cloake, of Penzance, in Cornwall, Grocer, at the King's Head Inn, at Penzance, May 29. Thomas Smith, late of Weibeck-Street, St. Mary- le-bone, Coach-Maker, at Guildhall. May 29.. John Hogg and John Fox, of Cockfpur-Street, Cordwainers, at Guildhall. April 2
03 April 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ri« ASSIZE of BREAD for tbe Borough 0/ DBRBT,.to continue Seven Days from tbe Date htriof.

ri« ASSIZE of BREAD for tbe Borough 0/ DBRBT,.to continue Seven Days from tbe Date htriof.

ri« ASSIZE of BREAD for tbe Borough 0/ DBRBT, to continue Seven Days from tbe Date htriof. Dxbbv, April g. White. Woeaten. Houfbol*- -1788. lb. ox, dr. lb, os, dr. Ih. o*. d" The Penny Loaf, - o 6 a o 8 30x01* z-penny Loaf, o iz 41 o 61 5 3-penny Loaf, o 00 00 8 8 Cf z o * |-penn
03 April 1788 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DISPUTE between tbe DUKE of VOWS. and.COLONEL LENOX.

DISPUTE between tbe DUKE of VOWS. and.COLONEL LENOX.

DISPUTE between tbe DUKE of VOWS. and COLONEL LENOX. The following letter, as it is the moft, if not the only authentic intelligence which has tranfpired, relative oh the unfortunate difpute between the Dukeof York and Colonel Lenox, we infert with confidence, not doubting its au
28 May 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The ASSIZE of BREAD forthe Borough of DERBY.

The ASSIZE of BREAD forthe Borough of DERBY.

to continue feven Days from the Date hereof. Derby, June x, White. JVbeatert. \ HouJbold. 1789. lb. ox. dr. lb. oat. dr. \ lb. ox. dr* The Penny Loaf,— 06 2. o 8 3 | o 10 II 2-penny Loaf,— 0124 106 156 3-penny Loaf, — 00000 189 * o Z 6-penny Loaf, — 600 00 30a 40ft X2-penny Loaf
28 May 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
I Militia. County of 7 4 Ta General Meeting of his Majejifs Derby, 5 * /a LIEUTENANCY, of the faid

I Militia. County of 7 4 Ta General Meeting of his Majejifs Derby, 5 * /a LIEUTENANCY, of the faid

County, held at Derby, tbe tiventy-frji Day of ?? Infiant, the Militia of the faid County vcere ordered to attend at the County -Hall in Derby aforefaid, on THURS- DAY tbe tvsenty. eighth Day of MAY next, betvceen the Hours of Nine ?? in tbe Forenoon and Four ?? in tbe Afternoon
14 May 1789 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England