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Thursday's Post.

Thursday's Post.

Axrived the Mails from FRANCE, HOLLAND, and FLANDERS. From the LON D O N GAZETTE. TUESDAY, April 26. , Nuremberg, April 5. E hear, that Major Wolfling, Imperial Commiffa)s( ry> ai?d Lieur * Gen * W,Mich » Pmffian Commiffary a Drefden, have agreed on the following conrenl l ' on
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Paris April u. The Duke Bedford*? embafly is not end ed. gone over to London only on his private affairs,

Paris April u. The Duke Bedford*? embafly is not end ed. gone over to London only on his private affairs,

lilts nobleman, though very rich, throws 110 money out ar windows; nor his houfe-keeping i'o as it' was ex to be. Every thing isccndufted with a prudent ceconomy. HisGracc gives directions about every thing himfelf, not to intendants, or other officers, ulu&lly enrich themielves
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Country News.

Country News.

Mancbcjlsr, April 19. Laft v*etk ended the when Mary Heald, late of Mere, near Knutsford was condemned to burnt, for poifoning her hulband, after twenty years cohabitation, by giving him arfenick in a of fleetings on the of October laft. They were both of the peop!? called Quake
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Saturday's Post.

Saturday's Post.

Arrived a Mail from FRANCE. Paris, April 20. ERE is treaty of commerce on the .tapis between our Court and England and bpa'.n, the different articles 0} which are d:f-cuiling, and according to all appearance it will be loon concluded. I he King of Spa makes no reform in his infa
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Monday's Post.

Monday's Post.

fror Holland and Flanders. NDON Gazette. AY ' A P ril 3°- April 13. ' o " er Br °' War ' lave P Sentence upon &jf° c orh lan who was arretted for carrying '?• , ( n< *ence with Prince Henry Prufhis (j: ' which, he is deprived his°i'r ,es anc ' honours, and condemned f, ln ri^on
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 

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London, April 26.

London, April 26.

By an abftraft of his Majelty's forces for 1762, with Milan's lifts, the number men employed that year in land and fervice, appears as follows : 4 Troops of horfe and grenadier guards 5 Regiments of horfe ■ 1556 3 Ditto of" dragoon guards ■ -- 1540 Ditto of dragoons - ■ 9764 Dit
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
fie Lett, fU'J And entered upon at MIDSU^ 1 ; > THE angel-inn, racing the Maiket an J Seilions Ball

fie Lett, fU'J And entered upon at MIDSU^ 1 ; > THE angel-inn, racing the Maiket an J Seilions Ball

ment and well aceultomed Houie, with e * ct jf 'J large Cellars, and convenient Out -Houfes a .0 ! ingi with or without Acres good the (aid Inn. B Enquire of Mr, John Hughes, or Mr. rl o Warmifter af'orefatcl. Escaped out of sarum 1 3 Sunday the 17th of April laft, bet vVte o Cl
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

laid, The Duties upon Cyder and Perry, made in England, to be under the Receipt and Management of the Commiflioners and Officers of Excife there and thofe in Scotland under like Officers there." Now, I (hould take it as a Favour, if you, or any of your Correfpondents, would info
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On the Inftability of the brighteft human Perfections. WHEN Winter's Gems of frozen Dew Reflefl the golden Ray, The Sun

On the Inftability of the brighteft human Perfections. WHEN Winter's Gems of frozen Dew Reflefl the golden Ray, The Sun

that gilds, deftroys them too } In Tears they melt away. When Spring's gay Vj'lets bloom Noon, And od'rous Gales fupply, Nipt by the Evening's Froft, how foon Tneir Bloom and Odours fly The Summer's Rofe, in dewy Morn Full blown, the Garden's Plume, Noon fcatters from the naked
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, the Sign oftheHATand Beaver, the tipped End of the Maiket-Piace, Bath, Akes and Sells all

THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, the Sign oftheHATand Beaver, the tipped End of the Maiket-Piace, Bath, Akes and Sells all

Sorts of Hats, vvholefale and Retail. L.kew.fe black and white Beavers, and black and white Ditto f«r young Gentlemen, ioug an atn. Whoever buys Hats of him depend on their keeping out the Rain, and holding their Colour to the hft. , N. B. He ha< juft laid a large Aaortment ot G
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England