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EPILOGUE, by Mr. GARRICK.

EPILOGUE, by Mr. GARRICK.

Spoken bv Mrs. LADIES and Gentlemen —-'tis io ill bred—- have Epilogue, I'm dead For he, cur Bard, Frenz 7 ro»ling Eve, Swears you {han't laugh, when he has you cry. At which they gave h»s Sleeve a gentle Pull, Suppofe they fhould not cry, and be dull; In fuch a Cale, 'twould fu
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
fhort Character King CHARLES &c. John Duke Buckingham. ■lAVE pitch'd on this Character K?ng Chab.l- the Second, not for his

fhort Character King CHARLES &c. John Duke Buckingham. ■lAVE pitch'd on this Character K?ng Chab.l- the Second, not for his

being a King, nor my having had Honour to him; the Hrftof thefewou'd be too vulgar Confidera and the other too particular. But think it a Theme of great Variety ,ana whatever is wanting the Writer, may, hope be rec-mpenced in the agreeablenefs of the Subjeft, which jfometimcs en
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Very proper 10 Ik read erery one, nowRobkeriji and Houk breaking are frequent. Tail Day publifhed, Price only 6d. HPHE

Very proper 10 Ik read erery one, nowRobkeriji and Houk breaking are frequent. Tail Day publifhed, Price only 6d. HPHE

Discover JOHN POULTtR, alias A ( who was apprehended for robbing Dr. Hancock Salisbury, and thereupon difcovered a molt numerous Gang of Villains) being full Account ©f all the Robberies he committed, Tricks and Frauds he pra&ifcd for the Space of Five Yean. Written wholly by HI
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
hdii. : r U rgh, January 3 r//, 1763. Tro the PUBLICK. HjPHE Journeymen Taylors, in con- A tempt of

hdii. : r U rgh, January 3 r//, 1763. Tro the PUBLICK. HjPHE Journeymen Taylors, in con- A tempt of

ih- judgment of rhe Vfagiftrates of E- dinbuFgb*, confirmed by the Right Hoi the Court of Sc-ifion, regulating their hours of work andat-en- aance, have, this morning, made a general de- fection: Iris therefore begged by the Mafters, fiat ?? relpeaive cuftomers will excufe any «
31 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER, &c.

To the PRINTER, &c.

SIR, J a °. 28, 1763. Thii Day, Mr. Rice's Sale, Slave was public ly fold by Auction in Britain : whilft (peak it, live may demanded (as was feveral prefent) our Laws permit this Sir tell you was fold whilft quiet the Murmurs, and jultly tailed Indignation the Aflembly, Perfon o
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Printed LEE, where Advertifcments of moderate Length are taken in at 35, 6d. each; and Printing is perf(rmcdin *XftA Manner,

Printed LEE, where Advertifcments of moderate Length are taken in at 35, 6d. each; and Printing is perf(rmcdin *XftA Manner,

Advertisements are alfo taken in by the Men carry this Paper all Sort! are Bound, Gilt, and wall London.
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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31 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mam from France and Holland.

Arrived the Mam from France and Holland.

From the London Papers, January 27. 7 ague, Jan. 20. We hive not yet received any authentic advice of the preliminaries of peace bei.-g figned between the courts of Vienna, Berlin, an."- Drefden, but there's no doubt to be made ofthe exiftence of a negotiation. Franckfort, Jan.
31 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Exiradi of a letter from London, Jan. 27. Tbey write from Hanover of the 1 2th inftant, that the Britifh Legion was ditembodied the latter end of laft month, part of whom are gone into the PrufTian fervice, under Major Udam, who is pro- moted by his Pruffian Majefty to be Lieute
31 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE

From the LONDON GAZETTE

Chamberlain'? Office, Jan. Or* Court's Change Mourning: Sunday . ct for the Moft Serene Arch- SUjo,nnaGa>riela,FifthDaughterof the Em-1 Queen, viz. Ladies wear black Silk: Velvet coloured Ribbon?* Fans and Tippets. Mtn cott'nue Black full trimmed, and M-ear coloured Swords and B
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England