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, . Manch/Jler, Marti 2tj 1763 Frefh Clafles oF grown Ladies and Gentlemen for the TUR E S in Geography

, . Manch/Jler, Marti 2tj 1763 Frefh Clafles oF grown Ladies and Gentlemen for the TUR E S in Geography

and Agronomy, •> fate filling up at the Tbtat't, by A. WALK E Tbefe Leflures convey a familiar Idea of the Niturc and Properties of the fixed Star* and Planets —Of the Situation, .Extent, Government, Produce, Tr*ie, Manners, Culloms, .Religion, See. of every remarkable Place on
22 March 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Saturday, Sunday, Monday, & Tuesday's Posts From the LONDON GAZETTE, March 26. Arrived the Msils from FRANCE, and FLANDERS. Ralishon, March 7.

Saturday, Sunday, Monday, & Tuesday's Posts From the LONDON GAZETTE, March 26. Arrived the Msils from FRANCE, and FLANDERS. Ralishon, March 7.

BY the Accounts which the Diet of Franconia have ordered to be made, of the Forage fumifhed by the Circle to the French daring the War, which is not yet paid for, but which they expe£l the Payment of the Court of France; Ae Arrears amount to Two Millions Eight Hundred and Fifty
29 March 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Ntnagb, March 2. Five of the Levellers, who have lately done great mifchief in many parts of this country, have been feeurcd and lodged in our goal. One of them was taked ma white fhirtover his ctoathi. Dublin, March 8. Letters from the cour.ty of Tipperary bring melancholy acco
22 March 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HDfje LEEDES 3nttllistnttt*

HDfje LEEDES 3nttllistnttt*

- [ Vol. IX. TUESDAY, March 29, 1765. N° 473. Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at Ncw-Street-Eiid.
29 March 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From tbe X-.ONDON GAZETTE. Warsaw, Feb. n. King of Poland's Health is now iff happily le-eftablifhed, the Humour in his Leg having formed Abfcefs, f which has been opened by the Phyficiaos and is now in as fair a Way as can be wilted. The Marshal of the Court has ordered Te Deum
10 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, March 14, 1763* James and Peter Ferry, SILK-WEAVERS, In LONDON,—and the Corner » Leave to acquaint thofe Laij dies

Bath, March 14, 1763* James and Peter Ferry, SILK-WEAVERS, In LONDON,—and the Corner » Leave to acquaint thofe Laij dies

have (h»ll pI~W » honour them with their Commands, that their Las.CE and Fresh Assortment SPRING SILKS, Made for this present Season, is compleated and brought f.om London. Confift.ng; ot many new and elegant Patterns, Gold, Silver, and Silk Flower*d, Figur'd, Enameled, r 'P Spo
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LOndon, March 10.

LOndon, March 10.

» It is that.by the Definitive Treaty, the following Variations are ma.ie ! the filth and tenth Ar icles the Preliminaries; V. The Town and Poitof Dunkirk I be ■put into the State fixed the lall and deitmyed !y alter E» change of the Ratifr- .tioivs the Treaty, well the is and B
17 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Hague, Febrilaiy 15. THEIR Serene Highnefies Prince Charles and Prince Erneft of Mecklenbourg Strelitr, arrived here early this Morning from England. itOttUOfl. Whitehall, March 1. The King has been pleafed to conllitute and appoint the Right Hon. Charle
3 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Year, from a State of florid Health pale and meagre. Philander, who ally lov'd her Diftraftion, took this - of

Year, from a State of florid Health pale and meagre. Philander, who ally lov'd her Diftraftion, took this - of

renewing his Addreffes to her ' band's Barbarity drove her into his irn, » one Evening {he made her Efcape with 1,n * The Day after I heard this News, I .received from her the following Letter My dear Papa, ((TAm not of my Guilt ; bat re-1 fift the fincere and tender Paffion of
3 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HISTORY.

HISTORY.

refpeft to the affairs of Cour., land, we have received the following te rior advices. " Mittau, Jan. 21. Yederday Duke ''fieftus John de Biron made his public here. The magidrates and the ar of burghers refufed to affid at this e niony, or to take the oaths to him, y were compe
7 March 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland