From the Derby Mercury, 20th November 1767:
BELLINGHAM the Elder, is come from Coventry, and proposes residing for some Time at Derby, to attend all proper Subjects that offer for Inoculation of the Small Pox, in the New Method.
He has already given Proofs in this Town, that this once dreadful Disorder may be now got over without the least Confinement, or Shadow of Danger.
He is at present at the Saracen’s-Head in Derby, and all Letters directed there will be punctually answered.
Mr. and Mrs. DENBY,
Take the Liberty to acquaint the PUBLIC,
THAT as their House in St. MARY-GATE, proves too small for the continuation of their Boarding School for young Ladies, they shall at Christmas next remove to a larger, and more convenient House in All-Saints Church Yard; where, those Ladies committed to their Charge shall, with the utmost Care and Tenderness, be instructed in the following Articles of Learning.
READING, all Sorts of NEEDLE-WORK, and so much of GEOGRAPHY as will illustrate and promote the Reading of History; together with their Board at Sixteen Pounds a Year, and a Guinea Entrance.
MUSIC, DANCING, WRITING, DRAWING, and FRENCH, taught by able Masters.
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