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A M E R r C A.

A M E R r C A.

Bofton, March 24. Wednefday laft the Great and Ge- neral Aflembly of thi, province met at the Court-houfe, being the day they were prorogued to _ and on Friday his Excellency Mr. Pownall, the Governor, was pleafed to make a fpeech to both Houfes ; part of which is as follows : «
22 July 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CODNTRY.NEW9

CODNTRY.NEW9

_Salifiury, July 12. We are informed that the camp ac Wincheller is extremely brilliant, Lord Effingham's, the 34th, is on the right, and from thence on the left lie the Berkfhire, Dorfetlhire, Bedford, Wiltfhire, and Glouceller- fhire, regiments, who are for the moft part new-c
22 July 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, July _c.

LONDON, July _c.

Lettets from the Nor _h of Germany fpeak with no certainty of the pofition ofthe Ruffian, army. We only know that General Tottleben is between Colberg and Siargard. Some letters from Hamburgh advife that the garrifon of Glatz is retired into the citadel. By a letter from Hantive
22 July 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RED LIOM INN, Alnwick.

RED LIOM INN, Alnwick.

JAmes Hindmarsh having fitted up the faid Inn in very commodious and genteel Manner, for the Reception of the Nobility, Gentlemen, Travellers, and Others, travelling the great Northern Road, See. and having laid a great Quantity of neat Wines, Rum, Brandy, See. Thofe who ate ple
26 July 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To ht SOLD to tht higkejl Bidder,

To ht SOLD to tht higkejl Bidder,

Monday the ajch Day of next, Mr Kanifon’s, the Sign of theGtapes, in Sunderland neat the Sea; (in Lots.) CopyholdKEYS or Wharfs, Messuages, H ousts, and P'eces of GauuNii, in Sunderland afotefaid. For Particulars whereof, enquire of the Rev. Mr Waftell, at S; mondt urn, Mt Stewa
26 July 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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Tt bt Publitkly SOL *hi b*ft BitUtr,

Tt bt Publitkly SOL *hi b*ft BitUtr,

At the Custom- house, Mewcaftle, Wedntfdajr the itfth Inftant, ONE Handred and Forty-four Gallons of Foa BRANDT. Four Handled and Ninety-feven ditto of Foa atox GENEVA. Too Handled, Twenty-two, and One-half Pound* Bohea TEA. Thiee and Tluce-fouiih* ditto Gee cm TEA. And Funy-lla
12 July 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To b* SOLD,

To b* SOLD,

b* SOLD, TWO Freehold Estates, called COTTENSHOPE and BIRDHOPEBURN-FOOT, in the Parilh of Elfdon. and County of Northumbeiland, now lett able Tenants, for the Term of nine Yeats, at the yearly Rent or four Hundred Pounds a Year. Any Petfon willing to treat about the Purchafe the
12 July 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MASQUERADE

MASQUERADE

SCENE. And at the End Act the Foutth, The FUNERAL PROCESSION of JULIET, to the Vault of the CAPULET S. WITH SOL E M DIRGE. The Vocai Paata, Mm GRANGER. Mif* CARY, Mr* Q.U IN, Mif* A U R CH, &c. Act *d, Soho, A Dawn of Hope, (let by Aan a) by Mil's ACHURCH Act A Dtaioouk Sonn, ««
19 July 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WILLIAM ORD

WILLIAM ORD

RED LION INN, Alnwick. having fitted up the laid Inn in very com iiuitiouj and Mannci. lor the Rcceprion «hc Nobility, llentlemen, Tiaveliers, and Oihcrs, travelling the northern P.o.>d, See. and having laid in a great Quantity of tcv.t Wine., Knm, Brand;.’, See. Thole who ate p
5 July 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tt bt SOLD to the hightft Biidtr,

Tt bt SOLD to the hightft Biidtr,

On Thutfday the 31ft Day of July inft. between the Hourt of Three and Five in the Afternoon of the fame Day, at the Houfe of Mr James Moors, fituate at Chollctfotd Bridge-end, in the County Northumberland i A Freeh old Tenement, containing feveral Hundreds of Acres of vety good
5 July 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England