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MAIN has opened Public DANCING-SCHOOL for Young and Ladies his Houfe • che, on Thu,fd, * ni i A*v Afternoons.,

MAIN has opened Public DANCING-SCHOOL for Young and Ladies his Houfe • che, on Thu,fd, * ni i A*v Afternoons.,

««? He alfo attends Mrs. Boarding- Bchooli and waits upon P Scno,ars as ' ua - To LETT, immediately, And entered on at Old Lady-Day next, STORRIDGE and LAYFIELD Farms, both adjoining and fituated within one Mile of -• srbv a y in the County of Wilts. The faid Farms wnliftof a go
15 September 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SOLD, A NEAT POST-CHAISE, with Lamps, lately fitted up; the Wheels new a Box to take off, and a whole

SOLD, A NEAT POST-CHAISE, with Lamps, lately fitted up; the Wheels new a Box to take off, and a whole

Glafs before.—Duty free, from the loth April laft. Enquire Mr. G. Wiiatley, at the Black Bear in the Devizes. To SOLD, TEN HOUSES in Harris's Court, in llorfe-ftrect, Bath, Nine whereof arc Newbuilt, held by Lcafe for Years, determinable with Three Lives, under the Corporation,
15 September 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the Evening-Posts, and Daily Papers, Feb. 7.

From the Evening-Posts, and Daily Papers, Feb. 7.

Stockholm, Jan. x. A Soldier died lately at Jemftoc, Finland, at the Age of hundred and eleven Years. He fcrved in the War of k.iG.75, under Charles XI. A Woman alfo dead at Weftmande, a hundred and ten.
10 February 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
John sw a i n c, At the Spread Eagle Inn, in Salford, Manchefter, >y, Begs Leave to acquaint the

John sw a i n c, At the Spread Eagle Inn, in Salford, Manchefter, >y, Begs Leave to acquaint the

Public, THAT they may be fupplied on the fhorteft Notice, with fc * new Hearfc, and Mourning Coach; alfo, travelling Coaches, Poft-Chaifes, to any Part of England, either by the Day, or alfo DeSrcs to acquaint Noblemen, Gentlemen, &c. that he 'tnported a large Quantity of the be
10 February 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
For Martin's Chronicle.

For Martin's Chronicle.

REaDinc in youf laft Week's Paper, among the Deaths, that of one Mr Evan Owens, Denbigh in North Wales, the 100 th Year of his Age, who had enjoyed good State of Htahh> 'till Within four Days of his Death, and left Widow to whom he had been married Years ; I was induced to fend,
13 January 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Manebefter, Dec S> ' HENRY Trom Scarborough, Hath taken the OLD COFFEE HOUSE* And opened the fame on Monday the

Manebefter, Dec S> ' HENRY Trom Scarborough, Hath taken the OLD COFFEE HOUSE* And opened the fame on Monday the

loftant, And propofes to fell All Sorts of WINES and SPIRIT* The bed their Kinds, and as cheap can be afforded. Gentlemen who honour him their Favours With the moft obliging Behaviour the Power Their moft obedient, ncft humble Srrvatf, a HENRY To be fold, together feperate, At f
10 February 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Sold, to the bed Bidder, ■I the Day of February 7 7 , and the two following Days,

To be Sold, to the bed Bidder, ■I the Day of February 7 7 , and the two following Days,

ALL the Stock in Trade of the late Thomas Bennet, Timber Merchant, deccafed, confiftilig of a large Quantity ■*» good OAK Trees, ten in a Lot. Alfo a Quantity of Riga, Dam-tick, and Mcmel Deal Balks, in Lots a large Quantity of red and white Deal Blanks, in Lots. Alio a large Qu
10 February 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be SOLD, Commodious Dwelling-Houfe, with two large Warehoufes lately built, adjoining thereto, in the Poffeftion of Mr. Gardner. The

To be SOLD, Commodious Dwelling-Houfe, with two large Warehoufes lately built, adjoining thereto, in the Poffeftion of Mr. Gardner. The

Houfe fronting the Dean/gate, and the Ware- fronting the Back Square, in Manchefter, The whole itry lenient for Manufacturer, .for Particulars Enquire Mr. Lawrence Gardner, or Mr. Chippin- at Law, MancheJier. HERE AS James Plant, of MancheJier, in the County of Lancaftcr, Chapma
10 February 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
On MODERN MANNER.

On MODERN MANNER.

[From tne YOU are to w, bl., bu.k-s w'd me to this city ; ' a ltf v i..y which having neatly f t.yi now loon get down to again. For the manners, the cu:io.:i-S hours of eating, and, the .vr- things turned topfy-turvy forty year, pad, that reahy aid not what make very u u ' li '„
18 January 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
KENT, Baldwins, Jan. 9, 1769. Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders. OF THE c o un rr of k c nr, Are

KENT, Baldwins, Jan. 9, 1769. Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders. OF THE c o un rr of k c nr, Are

dejired to meet at the Court-Houfe, In Maidstone, On Tuefday the Twenty-fvurth Infant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, to conjider of proper CANDIDATE for reprefcnting this County in Parliament, the pre, Vacancy. Richard Sheriff. To be LET, F urn! fried, .On Day next, or Tooner, re-'
18 January 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England