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This Day is fubJtfh’d, Catalogue KOOKS. Amongfl which arc the Works ADDISON MILTON PRIOR SHAFTESBURY PLUTARCH POPE SWIFT STACK HCUSI

This Day is fubJtfh’d, Catalogue KOOKS. Amongfl which arc the Works ADDISON MILTON PRIOR SHAFTESBURY PLUTARCH POPE SWIFT STACK HCUSI

HtRV Y sheri.ocr JOHNSON IDEAL*' locre SH AKESPEAR CAT YOUNG * CHAMBERS ROSCOMMON BOYLE VERTOT And gftat many more hell Frglijh Author*, 2!! in good Condition, molt them being neatly hunt, grit, and lettered. With Bibles and Common Praven, Map and Prints; which began to Sold Auc
25 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To Told by publick voluntary Roup, within the Houfc of Campbell Vintner in Aberdeen, upon Friday the aclh Day of

To Told by publick voluntary Roup, within the Houfc of Campbell Vintner in Aberdeen, upon Friday the aclh Day of

June next, betwixt the Hours of 3 and Afternoon, p Manor Houfe Office, Houfcs, Gardens and Lands of MUCHALLS, in the Shire Mearns, compre- Lending the Mains of Muchalls, Miln Muchalls, with the Multures and Sequels thereof; the Milntown and Lands of Denabuck and Strathlethen ; t
25 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Edinburgh Evening Courant, March 22. 6. a private Letter from London we are told, that in a terrain Houfe the

Edinburgh Evening Courant, March 22. 6. a private Letter from London we are told, that in a terrain Houfe the

Debate was very warm upon the Subjeft of extending the Militia Laws to Scotland. The Queftion was very fully dilcufled, and the Debate, tho’ unexpected, carried on with great Keennefs and Spirit; die Superiority, however, both of Argument and Lloquence was manifeltly on the Side
25 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
In troth I was glad to Butler mended, Who had fuffer'd (ogreatly before he defcended. Old Dryden tells ntftar, excellent

In troth I was glad to Butler mended, Who had fuffer'd (ogreatly before he defcended. Old Dryden tells ntftar, excellent

dram, And Shadwell is kept by a wealthy old dame; > was always lover, you know, of that Rough Wychcrley felts penknives, razors, and (ciftars, And Otway fine pinculhioHS, eflence, and tweezers. . Tom Brown's a black (hoe-boy, and carries A lad dirty whore's bird, and lies in a f
3 March 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY’s POST.

TUESDAY’s POST.

TUESDAY ’s POST. FOREIGN intelligence. arrived'a Hon.and. Petersburg, inßufiia) Jan. 22. HEY write from that that unhappy Kingdom not only continues to be rent inteftine Divifions, but Fa mine and begin to make Havock Tome its principal Provinces. Jan. 25. EveryThing here (hews t
3 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
DADA -WE EKLY

DADA -WE EKLY

DADA - WE EKLY
4 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
rTo be SOLD, Together or in Parcels,

rTo be SOLD, Together or in Parcels,

r To be SOLD, Together or in Parcels, ins. called FU a NI 91. ys.—And a Leal BAILICei "IZNIK ' Caetwtight at the f'' Z. ADA M S, Its iiiivertifements are tak Purfuenet to an Order of the Court of Exchequer at Wore Charter Taylor, Effeeire, Dow, of the field Court, at the Excheque
11 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
This is to give NOT ICE,

This is to give NOT ICE,

THAT KEMP’S Flying Machines go fix Times Week, and will continue flying every Day except Sunday, during the Summer Seafon. Thel'e Machines Inn the Belt and Crown in Hothourn.
22 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
9C3SiBi»SS®9tSSa«a»««««»«SS«B®3 SATURDAY’S POST. 13rought down Exprefs from London.] This arrived a ATail from Ireland, which brought the following Advices, dated

9C3SiBi»SS®9tSSa«a»««««»«SS«B®3 SATURDAY’S POST. 13rought down Exprefs from London.] This arrived a ATail from Ireland, which brought the following Advices, dated

Feb. 23. YESTERDAY an Exprefj arrived at the Caille from Belfail, on which the Privy Council were fummoned, and a Report immediately prevailed, that M. Thurot landed the Day before at Kilroot, near Carrickfergus, with nine hundred Men, fome fay fifteen hundred ; that they were i
1 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MALVERN

MALVERN

WATERS. The Price for Lodging and Boarding Fifteen Shillings per Week each, nclufive of Tea, Coffee, Fire, and Candles, in their refpeftive Rooms and Seven Shillings and Sixpence per Week for each Servant. * * There will two publick Days in the Week in the Long Room ; Monday, a
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England