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The Imaginary Pofleflion, a Dream. WHEN Morpheas o'er the Ball hadftretch'd his Wand, And Night obedient to his dread Command

The Imaginary Pofleflion, a Dream. WHEN Morpheas o'er the Ball hadftretch'd his Wand, And Night obedient to his dread Command

Swiftly approach'd ; incapable of Reft I laid me down to heal my tortur'd Breaft But all in vain, Night brings me no Relief, She, fable. Goddefs, can't afl'wage my Grief j But the revolving Morn, as Light arofe, Brought gently, on its Wings, a (hort Repofe : Soon did a Dream enf
18 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, November 4.

Bath, November 4.

Arriv'd here, The Earl and £° jtfij terfield, Lady Mary Compt°"»> las and Lady, Sir' John R«»$ Windham Knatchbull, Sir 1 Lady, Sir William CMrtaJ^r, Gen. Whitmore, Gen. An« rU n}'\ fan, Capt. Whitehead, Cap £ - - j, Purl and Lady, Capt. Hut'' 1 ' ))'; ley, Capt. Wynn«, Capt. K-'
4 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On hearing a dull Country Chur c TO Read with Dignity *** The Voice muft be an ~jt« M To

On hearing a dull Country Chur c TO Read with Dignity *** The Voice muft be an ~jt« M To

p/oper Paules proper A #i Will add a Force and Grace jtf', i Not fo Difmallo reads,— *A 9 Runs o'er the facred Page t*W. / Nor Grace nor Cadence can 1 Who Tuppince reads, for * Holt -^7 On a late droll Country nte ° JACK Hearty, who ne'er * a with Brains, • h?' With fparkling Ot
4 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WANTED, AM A S T E R, for the Workhoufe Gomerfal, who has a competent Knowledge of Writing Arithmetic, and

WANTED, AM A S T E R, for the Workhoufe Gomerfal, who has a competent Knowledge of Writing Arithmetic, and

the Woollen Manufacture. A fober, honeft* diligent Man, pofTefTed of thofc Qualifications, may meet with fin table Encouragement, by applying to the Overfeers, at the lame Workhoufe, on Wednelday the third Day of November Inil. three o'Clock in the Afternoon. WHEREAS WILLIAM HOL
2 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS, and LettCtS tO tI)C are taken in by G.WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at Ncw-Street-End Where Printing in

ADVERTISEMENTS, and LettCtS tO tI)C are taken in by G.WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at Ncw-Street-End Where Printing in

general is pcrtbrm'd in the neateft Manner, at the molt reafonable Prices. ' are taken by, and the Paper may had of, the following Perfons, viz. Mr. Bixs? and Mr. Edwards, Bookfellers in Halifax; Mr. Scolfield, Bookfeller in Rochdale; Mr. Horsfall, in ; Mr. Stringer, Mr lor© - '
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PLANTATION NEWS.

PLANTATION NEWS.

.V/-» T«ri, Sept. 6. Laft Night arrived Tiar.fporfs from the Havana. There were 30 Sail of left the Havana tor Port; hsv r.g rl.e 17th : ment, the two Battalions of Royal Highlanders, and Mcn'gomeric’s on boatd, mofUy lick; but only fifteen arrive h-re wi’h their Convoy, the Ent
2 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. 16, Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. IhimLurgk , Nov her 9. hear from Berlin, that the King of y. was to crofs the Elbe at Torgau die f(ollant, with fifteen Battalions, in order to reinforce Prince Hen'•*' '}j ry’s Army in Saxony, and th
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, Nov 16.

LONDON, Nov 16.

The Bruffds Gazette gives the following Extrad of a Letter from Paris, dated Nov. I omit ail little Fads, which at another Time might yet deferve fome Attention, to inform you of the moil interciling of all: it is, that in the Night between the 2d and 3d Inftant, about Midnight
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, Nov, 2.

LONDON, Nov, 2.

4 ' 9 • ExtraS of Letter from board tie Clifton, Capt. Smith, dated Brijlcl, OS. 28. We left Breft lad Friday Se’nnight, when there were feven Ships of the Line and two Frigates (of which the Royal Louis, of Guns and 1400 Men, was one) ready to fail; »ve heard they were to take
9 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Saturday's and Sunday's Posts.

Saturday's and Sunday's Posts.

From the Evening Posts, end Daily Papers, Nov. 4. Banks tf the Vtrra, OS. 18. THE Allies began to Fire 00 Caflcl the 16th, and as the Scarcity of Proviftons in the Place is exceeding great, it thought the Place will foon Surrender, notwithllanding that the two Armies in Hefle ha
9 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England