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WESTERN CIRCUIT

WESTERN CIRCUIT

Httr.JufliceVfit.Mor, Mr.JuflieeHott. StmtbamUtn, Monday, June 19, atWinton. WiHs, Tutflay, July 3, at Ntw-Sarum. Dmftt, Wedi_t«ay f, at Dorchefter. Ctietf Bjetttr, Saturday It, at the Guildhall. Dewm, The fame Day, at the Caftle of Exeter. Ctruwall, Saturday it, at Bodmin. Stmt
11 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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A GELDING, Not exceeding 14 Hands high, Pit to cairy - WOMAN. t^i~ For further P.miculais, enquire of Mr. Stlnm r, Grocer, in the Market-Place.
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Shepherd at Sea: A Fa.

The Shepherd at Sea: A Fa.

Wi'b f . lights Reelect ions. O"! : ■'•■■ .ner's Eveninc-, a Shepherd from a litile Eminence beheld the adjacent Sea i the Winds were hushed, the Waves had lolt their Mo-ion ; at a litrle Ditfniice he pcrtfeived Boats ard Velttls, whtclr.feemed in perfect Security to fport upon
4 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

FOREIGN intelligence. This Day arrived the MAILS from Holland (inTurky) Mav2, the 19th of Month the Sultana was delivered of a Daughter; the newt which was communicated by the di(charge of the Artillery, to the Inhabitants of this City. This young princefs is to called Schach Su
22 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

Our Ga?rtre was being this Poll, but underhand there was nothing in it. FOREIGN I F, LLI GENC F. This Day tie MAI I S from Holland and Flanders. Hamburg:?, (in German;) May 23. Several pci c?eJii have receive] ad vie c from Poland, which leave room to doubt that urks e where in
1 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
An original letter of Dr. Burnet to K. Charles II.

An original letter of Dr. Burnet to K. Charles II.

May it pleafe your Majefty, "I Have not prefumed to trouble your Majefly for fome months, not having any thing worthy your time to offer; and now I chufe rather this way, fince the infinite duty I owe you puts me under reftraints in difcou'rfe, which I cannot fo eafily overcome.
1 June 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Quippe nemo qui(q l,a^ ' melius intellexit, C * ' $ Judas, liberalis, benignM ,^.^ i»' t Atque amicus omnibus,

Quippe nemo qui(q l,a^ ' melius intellexit, C * ' $ Judas, liberalis, benignM ,^.^ i»' t Atque amicus omnibus,

Nollot habuit ninllC^]j(l ' l^i Prxter magnos quofdam *' Et declamatores eos ,r '^ cS . e Qui generi humano funt Pacis et Patriae Concordiam, felicem c . In regno fuo confi^'' adeo, Ut nnllus alteri petulanter . Aut nocere 1 Neque, tanquam lib' ta ' In publicum armatus Fuit quan
1 June 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. Wanted at Martinmas next, A Gardiner, 'who is unmarried, and can he recommendedfor his Capacity in the Execution of

ADVERTISEMENTS. Wanted at Martinmas next, A Gardiner, 'who is unmarried, and can he recommendedfor his Capacity in the Execution of

his Bufnefs. Such an one, upon applying to the Publijher of this Paper, may hear of a good Place. THefe are advertifng all Perfons who have, ufe, keep Silver Plate, to renew their Entries, and pay their Duties for the enfuing Year, commencing the sth July next ; and for that end
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By ADJOURNMENT,

By ADJOURNMENT,

To he fold hy puhlick Roup, onWednefday thefir ft Day of July next, at three o' Clock Afternoon, in the Exchange Cojfee-houfe, Aherdecen, THE HO USE, Garden, Clofe and OJpce-houfes, on the North-fide of the Shipra<w, Aberdeen, prefently pojftjfed by Alexander Bannerman Merchant.
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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1 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland