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entertinmet., and we were every whit and our dames as Ilona and joyous, your lordihip's cotempdraries ; but they city

entertinmet., and we were every whit and our dames as Ilona and joyous, your lordihip's cotempdraries ; but they city

resits exceed any thing at court, even that you drink champaigne, burgundy; were the produce of your own country ; fuperb, like princes of the land, that coftly apparelled as the perfons of old ; in turn night into day, and frugality out of ipus profufion is all the tafte, and t
19 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
; , aw>ettifemeiu& ; .Mil's BOULTBEE, Milliner, Takes this Opportunity of informing her FJIIENDSj THAT the PARTNERSHIP betwixt her and

; , aw>ettifemeiu& ; .Mil's BOULTBEE, Milliner, Takes this Opportunity of informing her FJIIENDSj THAT the PARTNERSHIP betwixt her and

Mifs KIRK is now diifolved, agreeable 'to a former Advertifement in this Paper, and that fhe continues'to carry on the Bufinefs in the fame Shop, where their future favours will be gratefully acknowledged, by . .• 1 . their moil obedient humble Servant, , ' • ?? "MARTHA BOULTBEE
15 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, April 12.

LONDON, April 12.

•Y " • *' They write Veifcilles, that according the Order* given for garrifcning Martimco, Guadalupe, Cayenne. Sr. D-» iningo, and St. Lucia, the whole Number of Troops lent thither amounts but to 3330 Men. Extrail of Lttur fren Rome, March 9. *’ Ycllerday I was informed that th
19 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
In facred Worjbip to the God of Day, Perfumes in every Age difpiay ; antient Temples flowed the grateful Scent,

In facred Worjbip to the God of Day, Perfumes in every Age difpiay ; antient Temples flowed the grateful Scent,

And modern Altars inhere the Knees are bent. and Co, Perfumers, the Golden-Fleece, in Marybone-ftreet, Golden.Square, London •, and at 1 heir Perfume-(hop, the upper End of Orange-Grroe, Bath, PRepare and fell the following Articles, viz. His perpetual Essence Flowers, al lowed
21 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
« , —rr- f or [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] Car* 4 ' , Pa cr » (which ha* abfolutely much

« , —rr- f or [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] Car* 4 ' , Pa cr » (which ha* abfolutely much

more Circulation than any other in the City; and confequcntly greater Number of Readers, and more beneficial 'tit U* at Wen r " Newbery, BookfelLr, in London; Mr. Cadcll, in Mr. Collins, at Salifbury Mr. Jacki'on, Oxford Mr. Raikes, Glouctfter Mr. Cone y» 3t Bridgewater ; Mrs. C
21 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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SUNDAY'S and MONDAY'S POSTS'

SUNDAY'S and MONDAY'S POSTS'

l 3» Arriv'd the MAILS from Holland, France, ani I-'lanoek-s Vienna, Blur eh 30. TII E Tufcan troops that ferved in our army are re- turning home. The Queen gives both Officers and private men a month's pay, and to the Colonel, befides this do native, a diamond ring. On the 26th
19 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
lets than four hours it e6n- Hither adjoining to it. Sevenrain, fix tlables, and five tan. the furniture, grain, forage,

lets than four hours it e6n- Hither adjoining to it. Sevenrain, fix tlables, and five tan. the furniture, grain, forage,

effeds, and four perfons.dioit norning colonel Don Edward lifpatched by Don Pedro Ceyrcs, with the agreeable news of St. Sacrament, belonging ad was immediately admitted who was desirous of having s of the expedition and liege, ltat part of the world. Buenos Ayres le.irned Chit
19 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
int of the new Piece called the Elopement ,-.Jed at Drury Lane, on JVeduefdaj night for

int of the new Piece called the Elopement ,-.Jed at Drury Lane, on JVeduefdaj night for

int of the new Piece called the Elopement ,- Jed at Drury Lane, on JVeduefdaj night for ?? benefit f Mr. Havard. ' p ERSONS REPRESENTED. -pboughtlefs, Mr. Havard, Senfible, Mr. ?? L ord Loveall, Mr.Lee, V a _y Candid, Mrs. Hopkins, ft&s. Ttioughtlcfs, Mrs. Davies. ponipone, Mifs
18 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
D, I X E L A N D.

D, I X E L A N D.

1. Thurles, April t.. Yefterday were executed at Burrofo- leagh near this Town, Bdurke and Dwyer, two of the White Boys, among whom the latter ranked as. Standard- Bearer. 2. Extras of a Letter from * Dublin ,"' March 2 1. * We are threatened by the White Boys, or Levellers, inj
16 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The Ants and Bees, a Fable.

The Ants and Bees, a Fable.

Co:irfe T<fProverb, which iS °ffenf a ver y juft one, that j, h| 's holds!; ihe ™rejouJlir the Pal true from the magm- and t0 tlle dirty Path of Noife d & t), bray, and the r % 'Jr»' ein the li? t0 intereft a double l n,n to '!>""• 5 nn'u °* BeCS ' tbe mo^ '^3r. ato , one( * °f
21 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England