Derby Mercury - Wednesday 02 February 1737

Transcribed by G Lamb, for the HRGS.


Canterbury, Jan. 28.  We hear that there was lately found in a Shave belonging to the Estate fo Sir John Hales, Brty. and within his Manor fo Tunstall near Sittingbourn, by a Boy and the Tenant of the said Sir Joh, several Hundreds of Broad Pieces of Gold, which are thought to  be laid up there in Oliver Cromwell's Time, by the Ancestors fo the said Sir John Hales, who now claims the said Gold, as he is Lord Paramount of the same Manor.