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23 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
. about ing _ . poor Boys to read Englifh : But it is expeEted he fhould be a Man

. about ing _ . poor Boys to read Englifh : But it is expeEted he fhould be a Man

of good Morals, careful and diligent, of the Church of England, a good Grammar Scholar, and capable of teaching Loin and Greek, for the Benefit of other Children in the Neighbourhood, for whole 'nitration their Parents are t o pay,him : Any Perfon fo qualified and well recommend
23 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddpman, John Richardson and CO-* p f X and fold at their Prmting-houfe jn

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddpman, John Richardson and CO-* p f X and fold at their Prmting-houfe jn

the Pailiameiit-clofe j where Athartifcmcnu and Subfcriptivns are cak^n v
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

They write from Naples of the loth ult. that Sir James Gray, the Britilh Envoy Extraordinary, received a courier from London a few days befere, and immediately -.vent to Caferta, where he had a private audience of the King, and communicated feme affairs, to which the court had g
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Saturday Night's POST.

Saturday Night's POST.

From tht EVENING. POSTS, Junt 18. t, Eimbeek, June I . MM/^CM H E officers of the Englilh guards gave lately a 38( t2s Brand8 rand mafquerade, fiw which they collected 9 H 20 » 000 "owns. &&&& Ha P-* 7"'" it. Wf (hall fend out this year ?? for the herring-filhery, 78 (hips; and
23 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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Ships taken by tht French.

Ships taken by tht French.

The Newcaftle, Botenham, and the Sarah, Robinfon, both from Pifcataqua, are taken in the Welt Indies. — The Favourite, Holeran, from Africa, is taken and lent to Mar- tinico. — The Rofe, Tardiff, is fent by a Bourdeaux priva- teer, to Bilboa.— The Two Sifters, Campbell, from Hal
23 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
£ £ £ Z> 5. The SUGAR-WAREHOUSE Remov'd. MR Cookson, Sugar-Refiner, begs Leave iv. v, wr_ , o open'd a

£ £ £ Z> 5. The SUGAR-WAREHOUSE Remov'd. MR Cookson, Sugar-Refiner, begs Leave iv. v, wr_ , o open'd a

more tafcjg^Hfe'^S POST-OFFICE, Lcedes, 10th June 176k. This is to give NOT lCB t THAT from and after the sth- Day of Jul/ next, A Mail, containing Letters for London and all Farts ofthe North-Road South of Ferrybridge, will be fent from Letdes every Day in the Week, except Frid
23 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS, and JLettCW tO t&C Ptllltec, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New- Street-End

ADVERTISEMENTS, and JLettCW tO t&C Ptllltec, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New- Street-End

j Where Printing in general is perform'd in the neateft Manner, at the moit reafonable Prices. ADVERTISEMENTS, &V. are alfo taken in by, and the Paper may be had of, the following Perfons, viz. m. Hinns and Mr. Ebwards, & Mr. Bent, and Mr. Smith, in & Mr. Hir«twood, in Ripponden
23 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

Fiom t-he London Gazette. Whitehall, June 23. The King has been pleafed, upon a cf her Royal the Princcfs Amelia, prant unto John Earl Bute, die his Majeft)'s Principal Secretaries Stare, tV.e Office of Ranker and Keeper his Majefty's called the New Park, near Richmont, otherwif
22 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Rsflsctions on various Subje-lJ

Rsflsctions on various Subje-lJ

[tySoAHt JtRYNS, Efq.] t. it LL ..olilh Peop!.' are wife enoiifh to be X"V loon t.re*d of. ihcii own Company ; and therefore, irhpaticnfoftioliH.de, pcrpttu-tlly id- pile it upon tht ii unfortunate Acquaintance t. Tl.'ilV wh^ are extremely civil, ate leldtm foe. able ; becaufe t
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England