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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Ex trail of a Letter from Dublin, March ai. ** We are threatened by the White Boys, or Levellers, in the fame manner we were lad Year. I wi(h his Excellency had caufed Grofs or two of them to be hanged when he was here, probably in that cafe we fhould not now have been in the Si
19 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

A Captain Ship, the Peace from the of Bay«nne France, gives the following Account the cruel Treatment of the En* Prifoners of War that place. N our firft being brought j the Cattle, whatever little • Baggage thePrivateer'aOf ficers hail been to us, rum aged under the pretence fe
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
RDEEN JOURNAL,' ior Scotland, from the fouth. Lord Panmure’s are cxpefted here on Wednefday, and will be quartered in the

RDEEN JOURNAL,' ior Scotland, from the fouth. Lord Panmure’s are cxpefted here on Wednefday, and will be quartered in the

Canongate, &c. Gen. Conway’s will ar- rive fame time, and will be quartered at Mufleburgh, Prcftonpans and Haddington. iq. On Monday the curt; died at London, Mrs. Smith, fpoufe of Mr. Henry Smith, late this place, now merchant in London, and daughter of the late ftr William Nai
18 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERD E E N.

ABERD E E N.

•A VERT I S M E T S 3y Order of the Managers of the Infirmary of Aberdeen, WHEREAS many Purifies 'within the Bounds of the Synod of Aberdeen, have, notvoithfanding repeated Appointments by the revd. Synod, fill negleSed to make the CoHefiions for ‘Support the Infirmary at Aberde
18 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wednefday Poft. Foreign Mails this Poji. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, March 24. Charles'Town, January ig. ;E the 9th inftantj

Wednefday Poft. Foreign Mails this Poji. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, March 24. Charles'Town, January ig. ;E the 9th inftantj

ien we received an ;ount of the prelilarics being fignrice is rifen from to 40 per C. and igo in general is y high. The pofion of Florida, to river Mifliflippi, ft open a prodigiextenfive and be-1 Mobile, with nu:he Creeks it muft ill be quiet. The numerous nations before could
4 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
cacuncoUap"s and ■£BuroUa_?,s posts

cacuncoUap"s and ■£BuroUa_?,s posts

?? and ■£BuroUa_? , s posts From tbt LONDON GAZETTE, April 16. Whitehall, April 1 6. N Thunday night, Lieut. Col. Scott, ar- <> -j» rived with the tollowing letter to the Earl W f\ ** of Egremont, from Brigadier General *3? **J *§• Draper, who alfo arrived himfelf about & A the f
26 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
■Kletmesnap's and CtytctiM'j ff.o st s.

■Kletmesnap's and CtytctiM'j ff.o st s.

■Kletmes nap's and CtytctiM'j ff.o s t s. From tbi LONDON GAZETTE, April 12. «5- Arriv'd the MAILS from Holland, France, and Flanders. Vienna, March 23. isni f * : te*%t%> HE Pruflian Officers, after having been f£ *3* admitted to kifs her Imperial Majelly's •j* * hand, are fet o
19 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Henry Barfley, of Hagworthmgh.m in the County of Lifl* coin, Grccer. Samuei Bateman. of Plymouth Doik, Victualler. Bank Stock, 126 a 117. India ditto, 167 i-lialfai-_. Souik Sea Stock — Ditto Oid Ann. ihnt. Ditto New — J j>cT Cent. Bank reduced, flint. Ditto Cental, 94 c-Bths. a
19 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Heads of the Cyder Bill.

Heads of the Cyder Bill.

Mi y *761, additional S,'tt ?«r, * «<• P'rrr. viz. W 1 ", 1*" and v'" td 5 ' T°" » teC * l|C r (~>t being i n feXfecl ' ofls '- fo, " c " j Dd Perry made in Owners andManageiK'w\k and Officers ofEx' X b d » "der like Of- r ' rs appoint a fuffi- and l^e Duties (hall 1 Cr a a, £ f
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On APRIL. SfcE thro' yonder verdant Vale How the Lads and Laffes hail Xnfant Spring, with all its Joys Rural

On APRIL. SfcE thro' yonder verdant Vale How the Lads and Laffes hail Xnfant Spring, with all its Joys Rural

never cloys. Vivid Nature clad in Green, A'l i« one enchanting Scene. April comes with genial Showers, L'jjigthen'd Days, and budding Flow'rs ; Sweet, I fweet the Suckling blows, The I'ink, the Daily, and the Rofe, Drelt in her Vermilion Dyes the balmy Breezes rife, Waft their O
7 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England