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LONDON, Augujl 1.

LONDON, Augujl 1.

A confidcrable Quantity of Stores are (hipping the River for Nova Scotia. Great Quantities Rum are arrived from Jamaica, Barbadoes, &c. by which its expefted the Price of that Commodity will greatly fall. It is faid that lome of the Ships fitting out have been iate countermanded
10 August 1754 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SO L D,

To be SO L D,

be SO D, AC argo of DEALS, imported from Euflia, of one Inch and a half to three Inches thick, and fiom ta Footto 19 Foot long, and good Breadths. Enquire of Mr tax Garrick, in Neacafile. ' WHercas on Monday Mowing about One o’clock the Fifth inft. Andrew B. u th ro !>, Butcher;
10 August 1754 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MU LTV M IS P A RV O.

MU LTV M IS P A RV O.

Filmed for, and fold by R. Baldwin, at the Role Paternoftei-iow, (where Lecieis to the Author, Poft-paid, ate taken in) and by all Bookfellets and the iu Biitaiu and Ireland. Of whom may be had, Compleat Sets from the Beginning to this Time, Or any fingie Month. N. B. The mod be
10 August 1754 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CVUNTR V N E WS.

CVUNTR V N E WS.

Newcaftie, Jan. 12. Laft Night, between Seven and Eight o'Clock, the four Smugglers, who have been confined for fome Time paft, made their Efcape out of the Goal of this Town. They fawed the Iron Bars of one of the Windows quite through, and got clear off. On Wednefday an Expref
18 January 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman who took Paffage.in the Paragon, Capt. Joell, from Jamaica,

Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman who took Paffage.in the Paragon, Capt. Joell, from Jamaica,

Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman who took Paffage in the Paragon, Capt. Joell, from Jamaica, * I fet fail from Port-Royal on the 22' d of September * laft, on board the Paragon, Capt. Solomon Joell, * and on the 4th of Oclober we met with a hard Storrrt ' in the Windward PafT
18 January 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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This Day is Pubiifhed, .Neatly Printed in a POCKET VOLUME^ (Price, Three Shillings, bound in Calf) Dedicated to Juftice Fielding,

This Day is Pubiifhed, .Neatly Printed in a POCKET VOLUME^ (Price, Three Shillings, bound in Calf) Dedicated to Juftice Fielding,

The Fifth Edition, with fome Additions, and A Print of Mr', Bampfyldc Moore Carew, engraved from an original Ri&ure in the Poffejfion of Thomas Carcw, Efq; An APOLOGY For the LIFE of Mr. Bampfylde - Moore Care<w } Who has been for more than Thirty Years paft, and is at this Time
18 January 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
tttURSD A T's POST.

tttURSD A T's POST.

trom tht W h i f c h a l l and the Gi. n c R a L Evening Pofts, &c. January 22. Mcfcow, December 17. Otjß Miniftry have received Advice frorh the Ukraine, that the Garrifon of one Ofthe Forts on the Frontiers of that Province had formed a Defign' to revolt; but that the Governor
18 January 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the Hague Gazette.

From the Hague Gazette.

London, Jan, n. A new Projecl is on the Carpet In England for granting the Jews eftablifhed in that Kingdom fome Privileges in Trade, on Condition of (their paying annually a certain Sum,- to be applied towards paying off the National Debt.
18 January 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

Frm the Whitehall and General Evening Pofis, &c. February 14. Amfterdam, ( Holland) February 5. S.g|||ll|||jj|j|fl H E Affairs of the Englifh feem to go ?? the Murattcs are in- l__f_S^u«^ conftant by Nature. Letters brought by the Frigate ?? advife, that the Province of Condavis
15 February 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, juiyts.

London, juiyts.

On Tuefday laft there was an elegant Entertainment at White's, when Were prefent a great Number of the Nobility and Gentry of the firft Rank and Station, and the large Turtle of three-hundred Weight, before-men- tioned in the publick Papers, was then drefled. It is remarkable th
26 July 1754 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England