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Go to record Hicky’s Bengal Gazette Hicky’s Bengal Gazette
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Date transcribed2017-01-10
Transcribed byPeter Schofield
CommentNames transcribed from the entire run of Hicky's Bengal Gazette, or The Original Calcutta General Advertiser 1780-1782. The table includes all of the volumes held by the British Library and the University of Heidelberg, along with some gaps filled by issues from the National Library of India and the High Court of Calcutta [Courtesy of Andrew Otis].

click to find all other "Surname"s with value "Taylor" in "Hicky" Surname  Taylor    
Rank  Mr    
click to find all other "Occupation or  Status"s with value "Shop Keeper" in "Hicky" Occupation or Status  Shop Keeper    
click to find all other "Location"s with value "Calcutta" in "Hicky" Location  Calcutta    
Summary Remarks  Messrs Williams and Taylor. Selling China Goods, the greatest portion of which were imported in the last Ship Earl Talbot .    
click to find all other "Article  Type"s with value "Advertisement" in "Hicky" Article Type  Advertisement    
click to find all other "Issue  Number"s with value "1" in "Hicky" Issue Number  1    
Issue Day  29    
Issue Month  January    
Issue Year  1780    
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Names transcribed from the entire run of Hicky's Bengal Gazette, or The Original Calcutta General Advertiser 1780-1782. The table includes all of the volumes held by the British Library and the University of Heidelberg, along with some gaps filled by issues from the National Library of India and the High Court of Calcutta [Courtesy of Andrew Otis].
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