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To the Worthy liverymen of the City of LONDON. Gentlemen, > |T*HE repeated Inilances I have had the JL Honour

To the Worthy liverymen of the City of LONDON. Gentlemen, > |T*HE repeated Inilances I have had the JL Honour

to receive of your Favour and Confidence, demand my moft grateful Acknowledgments $ but this laft ardent Teftimony of your Regard, lenders Words altogether ineffectual to unhurt hen a Heart labouring with the Senfe of lb fignai an Obligation.—Stig- ?? to my Fellow Citizens, yet
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Againd Evil-Speakinc.

Againd Evil-Speakinc.

O Social Bungs' bonoui d with 4 Tongue, Ne'er ult a Means logit.it to Ends iv. wrung. Wile to improve, or innocent to pit-ale, With ftudioos Caution (bun the due Diiq.fi: ; So Happinefs dull flow fiom F.iend to F.iend, And Speech not deviate from its fii It gieat Bud ; Which Nat
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ttflßittrc and Churfla.*,.i»,o Posts.

ttflßittrc and Churfla.*,.i»,o Posts.

ttflßittrc and Churfla.* , .i» , o Posts. Fr>n the LONDON GAZETTE. Ipo.lanD. H..GVI, March ty. hive jut! received an Acvount from ' jA the A. my, that the Corps o.ider the * ?? J^ t'"inm.i..d of the Hereditary Prince, j«'* *■ was attacked, the till Init. in thcii Xj^xA "ft 1m«" f
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TRANSLATION.

TRANSLATION.

V t^ leir Britannic and f 1 !i lr> K„ ra ' tranquillity of e fteadr and fincere ' ' ce £°. ne any alteration ri'' 1 , t ' which has e- Ji Vn' 1 " l ation of " the 25th / V the oi ertfore ' with fatif * An r r ot lhe aflstnbling V B(bur ß» contained made a. Paris the \ °i\ delive
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
VERSES to the KING. By a Lady. WHile heav'n-taught bards fing loud O darling of the fubjefl's heart, [praifi "What

VERSES to the KING. By a Lady. WHile heav'n-taught bards fing loud O darling of the fubjefl's heart, [praifi "What

are an humble female's lays, An unlearn'd female's, void of art ? Yet all thefe wants, which well might flay trembling pen, prompt me For lure it fpeaks the brighteft day, That makes unfertile ground to fpring. And what fay, O Mighty Sire, Abflra&ed from thy deathle(s name, Not
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

4. This day George Lind efq; lord provoft of this city, was cholen to reprefent this city, in the enfu ing parliament. REIGN NEWS. London Gazette, March 31. Hague, I have juft received an account Mauh 27. W fr orn the army, that the corps under the command of the Hereditary Prin
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A M E R I C A.

A M E R I C A.

Fori Prince George, Jan. 9th, 176 I — ?? T'-e Young Warfiour of Eftatoe with ten other Indians W that town, went down towards the fettlemcnts a- bout the 25th ult. and about two n Ales front Beaver- oams came up with two men, fuppofed to be o ?? ?? rangers, one of whom they fca'
1 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
i t Mopctki.

i t Mopctki.

Mopctki. /. ; j * P» . T. lot AMD; • G A ' E' T I. ty) March before CafTcl of the 17th I made conCdprable Sally Mfethroy Ba|(ciy which Mt they bad been lepidicd Time part held the Port Gottiogeo. baa been Mecca and from Hanover, the fofTofllon of it. men ffom Cdoge advife, elated
4 April 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THURSDAY’* POST. COUNTRY NEWS. Gloccstbk, March ji. Mr» Lam By Deputy laum-CUrk of Gloceftcr. SIR.. jroo have adlmdfiid ia the

THURSDAY’* POST. COUNTRY NEWS. Gloccstbk, March ji. Mr» Lam By Deputy laum-CUrk of Gloceftcr. SIR.. jroo have adlmdfiid ia the

laft Gloacefter Joernal S\, for the Mantram City, I thiak 1 m»y profitly addrefi BayfcTf to 70a. I agree with 700, that many Afperfiont have been caft upon the Magiftratea for their Condo# with regard to the aft Eleftten: Bat they have the Happinen have it ia their Power, if the
4 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
W A N T E D, Immediately,

W A N T E D, Immediately,

AT Flourifhing Gramipar-School, in the Neighbourhood, a Perfon capable of Writing the mfi majlrrlf Hand! in every Chanfter in Great Britain, and thcrugUj qailifnl to teach Youth the in every Branch. The being dulled iu Drawing and Dejtgm.tg will be the lltcnger Recommendation. T
4 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England