Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
Clear filters
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 43 articles

Unknown

Unknown

18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THOMAS HALE, SCHOOLMASTER, At Laribail. Cksjiirt. HAVING been applied to by fame Genanms, to teach' their Suns Svevel l%t; of

THOMAS HALE, SCHOOLMASTER, At Laribail. Cksjiirt. HAVING been applied to by fame Genanms, to teach' their Suns Svevel l%t; of

LAND ; hr begs Leave to inform Otberi, that he intent's on all Holy-Days, and other vacant Times, to teach the fame padically. having •he molt approved Inllruments for that Purpofe ; and that, during School-Hours, he will initruft his NO in the arcry of that Branch, together wit
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BAMLRUPT.

BAMLRUPT.

Timas Stat ten, bttof vtfkam i» the Count Dr.*r. D'./.r ~i ~„ *' December 23, at Guild London M» 2>*. Days appointed for the Payment of D(v , November it. James Rtvmgun „j y r of Pater-noflerrow, in the City cf London, Both feller -Zl p tiers. —At Guildhall, London. PjrfoSJuZZ?
18 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, November lt

LONDON, November lt

Sunday evening, aboat eight o'clock, his late Majefty's bowels were brought from Kenfington, and privately interred in King Henry the Vllth's Chapel. A party of the horfe guards preceded, who were followed by the Lord Cham- berlain [bearing his ftaff of office) and other nobleme
18 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Novtmbtr 13.

LONDON, Novtmbtr 13.

Yefterday, at three o'clock in the afternoon, 2000 foot g-iarris, and 250 horle, 6$ from each troop of horfe and f-enadicr guards, were formed upon tbe parade in St. James's ark, frcm whence they marched to do duty at the funeral of nil late Majefty, at the refpe&ive places appo
18 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N. A'ovmher 13

L 0 N D 0 N. A'ovmher 13

The Battle between the King of Pruffia and Daun we hear, began at Seven in the Morning with Skirmifhes between the advanced Pons on both Sides ; about Nine the AOion be. came general, and the Aufirians ►living Tome Advantage of Ground, the Pruffians could not for a confiderable
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTR Y NEWS. Nru. 8. His Majefly has been proclaimed with great Demonerations of Joy in all the neighbouring Towns.

COUNTR Y NEWS. Nru. 8. His Majefly has been proclaimed with great Demonerations of Joy in all the neighbouring Towns.

At Cheltenham (among other Feaflings on th s Occafion) a Sheep malted in the Wool, and the Belly of it filed with Fowls, Turkeys, and Docks, Pertfiamab. Nov. t t, Admiral Rodney failed from St. Helens to Havre this Day. At Spithead the Admirals Holbourn and Durell, with 21 Sa i
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
leeneos JSotoembet 18.

leeneos JSotoembet 18.

leeneo s JSotoembet 18. -. 2_r" t ?? r f m Bradf ««l» that his Maiefty King George 3d 0 ?"? d , there 6n Tburfday laft, with the greateft Solemnity, fc«m the Acclamations of a Urge Concourfe of the Inhabitants of that Town and Parti adjacent j that the Procellion being eAn- dutte
18 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To he Sold to the belt BIDDER.

To he Sold to the belt BIDDER.

At the Honfe of Francis Hattiell. the Sign .f the Angel ix .Northnvioh, on Saturday the 22d Day of :hi, Irritant Nowneher, be twee' the Hours of Three and Five of the Cloth in the Afternoon, according to Coseditiont which milt 6e then produced. AMeuage or Tenement, with the Appu
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the GENTLEMEN, CLNECY, and FREEHOLDERS, of the Costaty of Attgbity. HAVING had reafonable EncJuragement, I have refolved to offer

To the GENTLEMEN, CLNECY, and FREEHOLDERS, of the Costaty of Attgbity. HAVING had reafonable EncJuragement, I have refolved to offer

myfelt to be a Candidate to rtprefent this County in the enfding Parliament. I presume therefore to entreat the Favour of your Votes and fnterelt at the Elettion, which I !hall always ufe my utmoft Endeavours to merit. I am. Gentlemen, Of— Your moll obliged And obedient humble S
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England