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COUNTRY-NEWS.

COUNTRY-NEWS.

Stamford, March 30. This day thiity men of a company of the eighth regiment, (Barrington's.) including Serjeant and Corporal, together with the yourigelt Lieutenautot each, were d 11 charged.
12 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John Maine, of Liverpool, Dealer. Benjamin Mordecai, of Portfmouth, Silverfmith. John Vincent Baxter, Briiloi, Goldfmith. George Law, of Poulton, Lancalter, Merchant. John Hili, ol Little W a fin pjiam, Norfolk, Corn merchant. William Perry, of the panlh ol bt. Philip and Jacob
12 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Extrafl of a Letter from Leeds, dated March i 6, 1763. About two Months ago I had an opportunity of Convcrfing with Robert Oglebie, the old Travelling Tinker, and took the following Account from him He Items to be healthy flrong Man, and carries his Budget at his Back, and Works
12 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wednefday Poft. Arrived the Utails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. Uenerat. Evening Post, March ir. a£l of a letter

Wednefday Poft. Arrived the Utails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. Uenerat. Evening Post, March ir. a£l of a letter

from the Havannahy Dec. 3. E arc in pofieffion of the la.rgeftand moft,valuable part of the ifland, St. Jap;o de Cuba, the capital of the Spanifh pprt, a poor xtarved place,deftitute oftrade or commerce, and the diftrift belonging it produces icarcely the neceflaries of life. Th
11 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
in facred Wor/hip to the Cod of Day, S-iveeteJi Perfumes in every Age difplay In antient Temples the grateful Scent,

in facred Wor/hip to the Cod of Day, S-iveeteJi Perfumes in every Age difplay In antient Temples the grateful Scent,

And modern Altars tvhere the Knees are bent. arren and Co. Perfumers, At the Golden-Fleece, in Marybone-ftreet, Golden-Square, London j and at Their Perfume-fhop, the upper End of Orange-Grove\ Bath, PRepare and fell the following Articles, viz. His perpetual Essence Flowers, al
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
§oie account of the life of M. De Reaumui

§oie account of the life of M. De Reaumui

R Ene- An thony Ferchauly, Lord of Reau- mur, was born at Rochelic in the yea. 1683 He leai—. "d grammar at the place of his birth, and ftudied ?? a> | lC jefuits College at Poitiers. In 1699 he went from thence to Bourges, at the invitation of an uncle, where be Itudicd the civ
13 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

. The Dukes of Rutland and Marlborough have both kifled Hands upon an Exchange of Places. ?? Northumberland was on Sunday appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. We hear that Norborne Berkley, Efq; is to be a Peer and Mafter of the Great Wardrobe, in the room of Earl Gower, who is
8 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

Vienna, March 16. AConimiffarjr of War Froglick, was murdered Xefterday in hit ownChtrn ber, and the Villains who did it carried off every Thing tbey found of Value* Great Search is mak* ing find them out. March The Diet being the came to a Refutation of addrefting his Majefty a
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
L REDE S, April 12

L REDE S, April 12

On Tuefday lull Peace was proclaimed in this Town, with t'.e ufual Formalities. The Journeymen Cloth -Makers attended ibe Pioceflion, and ihe Evening concluded wiih a grand Ball loi the Ladies. On Saturday and Yefterday, Colonel Campbell's Regimei t ol brave Highlanders ariiv'd
12 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
London, April 7.

London, April 7.

When the Bill for laying additional Duties on Wines, Cyder and Perry, pafled the Houfe Lords, many of them entered Protefts againft paffing the fame into aLaw, as being unconftitutional, the Exteniion of the Excife Laws, and inconfiftent with the Rights and Privileges free Peopl
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England