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JfUOap's and &atUCB_U>'i POS T S.

JfUOap's and &atUCB_U>'i POS T S.

From the Daily Tapers, (jfc. Jen. 27 and 28. ?? Arriv'd _ M A I L from Holland. Rome, December 29. ?? N ** ,c *■-.»•■' between the |6 h and 27th there SO 1 . T _^x. * c ?? a vcr - / ' ieav . v t r 'fw, fince which tbe wind Vf W changed to the Nonh. It blew violently, and "Jjafta
1 February 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 8, Whitehall, February 8. . King ha» been pleafcd to conftitute j appoint the Right Honourable \jjtf "%\af Charles Lord Maynard Lieutenant of S and *° l^c County of Suffolk. To « grant unto George Earl of Pomfret, °® ce of Ran 2 or MjCj* Keeper of t
15 February 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
London, February 5.

London, February 5.

His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint his Royal Highnefs Prince William-Henry, Ranger of Hampton-Court Park; and Yeftcrday he was fworn in before the Lord Chancellor, at the Court Chancery in Weftminfter-Hall. It is faid their Royal Highneffes Prince Charles and Prince Erneft,
10 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Moscow, Jan. 6, N. S. Tartars have made lucuroi ' tis' lions into the Borders; but we not hear that any Turks were with j t^iem » or l^at ' 8 coniider'd here as a Matter of any great Confequence. The Great Duke was at Chapel Yefterday ; and is appointed
17 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

0N gazette. JT ,| ■ E » January it. % finally fettled 0 . «eWe'Jand, for tl >at ? Troops C„„ '-"mce, Lifntenant 1 , «»««, i arr,v d A ™- i' a °P'icl ,? ohc ar, the next gU its M that the «ll B, ftw " "'««• e . 0»' hijfp King has been aCe Evelyn Duke n ll Ward ' Keeper, and 3feC^
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
on the TIMEStT,tMa y of ,M«ns Tempers, and the i r Va ln w fame Action l "*t» e °P^

on the TIMEStT,tMa y of ,M«ns Tempers, and the i r Va ln w fame Action l "*t» e °P^

e > unaccountable.-— N i or the : tWo Philofophers, one of oth,.. . av,Qar his Fslldw Crea- Hiloc! a^ a them. in. J ' imagined, might cr»; r Uc a Scene of Polif*« th; ' ®^ nd the prefent 'if fer', Irs Government feem **,• droil upon ' IwaS ''nt r , P ete relin«ui(h my Scheme, A.
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, February 19.

London, February 19.

It is faid a Proclamation will be out for Peace being proclaimed the ioth of next Month. It is faid that Richard Neville Neville, who brought over-tire Definitive reaty, received from the King a of 500 L and that was ratified by his Majefty laft VVednefday. It is faid, that by t
24 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SONG written on a Lady's FAN. To the Tune of Lovely Peggy. OH, for Spark of Pindar's Fire 1 To

SONG written on a Lady's FAN. To the Tune of Lovely Peggy. OH, for Spark of Pindar's Fire 1 To

animate my tunelefs Lyre; tuneful Nine, Voice inlpire, To praife my Lovely Peggy. Permit Mufe, e're mould'ring Time, doating Age", forbids to rhime, loftier Strains, than e'er, climb, To praife my Lovely .Peggy. Theblufhing P.ofe, Buds unfold [More Luftre than the purelt Gold, W
24 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
e'rdee N ©*o RN At, V.. . . 1 n -< ' ExraSl of a letter from Portfmouih, Jan, 28.,

e'rdee N ©*o RN At, V.. . . 1 n -< ' ExraSl of a letter from Portfmouih, Jan, 28.,

• 11. *■ This mcrning fir Charles Saunders arrived at Spithead from Gibraltar, with theThundcrcr and Hercules. W'ednefday the Torrington failed Ter Plymouth with money tor the Dock. u fame day arrived at Spithcad the Rainbow and Albany, and next morning the Rainbow went into har
7 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A C T II

A C T II

This aitt opens with a dialogue between Sir Harry Flutter and his Lady, in which Sir Harry endea- vours to put in practice the Icftons he had received from Medway. After raillying one another for iome time, Lady Flutter btirfts into tears ; Lord Med- way juft then enters, endeav
21 February 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland