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From the MONITOR. RILE the cOnftitution enjoys it's freedom, i t will alfo enjoy a continual peace and chear-4041... fulnefs

From the MONITOR. RILE the cOnftitution enjoys it's freedom, i t will alfo enjoy a continual peace and chear-4041... fulnefs

:it will be robult and vigorous in all it's member:, and every part will be always ready, and willing to contribute, and to fupet-A port the whole againfi any attack. The great difficulty has been pretended, to know when a conflitution is in danger of lofing it's liberty. This m
31 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Glaateffer, May 23. Thurfday the Hon. and Right Rev. tile Lord fiifhop ot Hereford was welcomed to this City by tinging Bells, the Tcftimony of our Gratitude to his Loidfhip, for his fpirited Oppofltion to the odious Tax on Cyder.—'The Reception of this noble Prelate his Arrival
31 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
in the Star-chamb.T for difturbing his government, and diftrading the mindc of his fubjetts : and his majcfly interfered fo

in the Star-chamb.T for difturbing his government, and diftrading the mindc of his fubjetts : and his majcfly interfered fo

far to influence the Jud Les, as to fend the accusation from himfeif againft the Colonel, on the 4th of May, 1641, but the hoof,: of Commons protefted him ; and then voted, aft. " That the fentence of the Star-chamber given againit Col. John Lilburuc, was illegal, and againft th
31 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Lott or MitUid, Since Friday the 29th Day of April lift, 1763, ...I A Silver Watch, Makcr’i N<mc John Simmon*.

Lott or MitUid, Since Friday the 29th Day of April lift, 1763, ...I A Silver Watch, Makcr’i N<mc John Simmon*.

London, V 1686, has been wore about one Year. Whoever h»» loond it, and will give Notice of the fame, Mr. Tf* Doncafler, Silverfmith, in Wigan, dull rewarded for their Trouble; and if any Watch-maker who may,* clean, will give Notice above, Hull teedve Reward.
31 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

We are adored that in a converfation, a great perfonage lately declared, « I am a friend to freedom, from fentiment; ' and will ever proteft even the meanefl of my fubjefts in their * rights and liberties : but I am determined not to fuffer an * infult, with impunity, though it
31 May 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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Books in Divinity, pubiifh’d this Day, By Edwaid Dilly, in the Poultry, London^ And Sold by Mcffrs. Newton, Clark, and

Books in Divinity, pubiifh’d this Day, By Edwaid Dilly, in the Poultry, London^ And Sold by Mcffrs. Newton, Clark, and

Harrop, Bookfellers, in Mancbcfter, And by all othar Bookfellers Great-Britain and Ireland, I. Works of the Reverend Thomas V Jones, M. A. late Chaplain of St. Saviour, Southwark. To which ia prefix’d A fliott Account of hit Lift, to a Rccom mcada'Oiy preface. by th« Rev. WILLIA
31 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To tie PRINTER. Efc. SIR, MY patience being no longer able to bear with the too frequent tile of the

To tie PRINTER. Efc. SIR, MY patience being no longer able to bear with the too frequent tile of the

word B sr, I beg leave, through the channel of your paper, to obferve, that if we have that which is Goon, we ought to be thankful to Providence for it, and not run the hazard of fpoiling it, by calling it the BEST. It is too well known that the bell of men arc liable to be perv
31 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH PLUTARCH;

BRITISH PLUTARCH;

0 R, BIOGRAPHICAL ENTERTAINER. Being a (cleft Collation of the Lives at large of the molt eminent Men, Natives of Great Britain and Ireland, from the Reign of Henry VIII. to George If. both inclufive; whether dillinguith'd as Statefmen, Patriots, Warriors, Divines, Poets, or Phi
31 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
On the Fit"' of June next .will be Pulliihttl,

On the Fit"' of June next .will be Pulliihttl,

On the Fit"' of June next .will be By J. PAYNE, at the Feathers, in Pater-nofter Row, London, and fold by all the Bookie Hers and News-Carriers in Grcat Britain and Irelan I, In a neat Pocket Sire, illuftrated with Nine Copper-Platcs, The Firft Volume of a New Work, intitled T H
31 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Wtdnclday the firft June will be publittuJ, Price To be contir. ;*d Monthly, And Sold Meflrs Newton, Clark, and Harrof»

Wtdnclday the firft June will be publittuJ, Price To be contir. ;*d Monthly, And Sold Meflrs Newton, Clark, and Harrof»

Boooifellers, in Mancheiler, (Occafionally embcltiflied with elegant Copper-plates, proper for the Work.) Number I. Ot the Young LADY’s MAGAZINE* (On an entire N.w Plan.) Calculated for the Improvement of the Mir.ds of the Fair SeZs in every neccflary anch,of Knowledge; And to p
31 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England