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Manchefteri Warrington, Prt-fcot, & Liverpool Machine, upon Steel Springs, »Q T s out from the BuU's-Htad Inn. kept Mr. Bud-

Manchefteri Warrington, Prt-fcot, & Liverpool Machine, upon Steel Springs, »Q T s out from the BuU's-Htad Inn. kept Mr. Bud-

O worth, in M anebefttr. every Monday, Wednesday, and Fri aay, dines at the Eagle and Child, in Warrington, kept by Mr Mathias. arrives about fix o’Ciock in the Evening, at the Gtldun Lyon Inn, kept Mr. James Wriglty, near the Ex change, Liverpool-, fets out fix o’Ciock every Tu
17 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WILLIAM HOLDSWORTH, Nigh the Old Church in Leedes, Begs Ltave to inform ibe PUBLIC, THAT he makes and fells, Wholefale

WILLIAM HOLDSWORTH, Nigh the Old Church in Leedes, Begs Ltave to inform ibe PUBLIC, THAT he makes and fells, Wholefale

and Retail, COVERLETS and RUGS for Beds and Saddles, Horfe. Cloths, very llout and not of the common fort ; alio a large Kind of CA'%PETS, half-yard, ihree-quaiteis, and yard wide ; and broad CARPETS border'd ali reund in a gen- teel Mannei, madealmoft to any Size, without a Sea
10 May 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, May 21.

LONDON, May 21.

Ex trail of Lttttr from Paris, May 10. The Miniilrv are ilill occupied with the regulations that might naturally have been expected to follow « general Pacification; and which occalion frequent intercourfe by Couriers, between our Court an that of Vienna. The difpatchcs fent by
24 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
. , ,^l in)Ur J r » May j, 7 63' This ts to acquaint the Nt,btbty Gentry, c .

. , ,^l in)Ur J r » May j, 7 63' This ts to acquaint the Nt,btbty Gentry, c .

THAT the next Subscription ASSEMBLY will held on the of May Inlt. at the Afl'embiy-Room, as ufual. (Devizes.) To be LETT A"d entered MICHAELMAS next, E WHIiE SWAN, being a commodious and well accultomed NN, now in the Tenure Mr. Brooks. For Particulars Mr. William Salmon, Attorn
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
THE COMPLE' 1 LETTER-WR 1 Polite EngHfti Sec*s . (Of which NEW EDITION » Price Two Shillings, peatly hound 1,1

THE COMPLE' 1 LETTER-WR 1 Polite EngHfti Sec*s . (Of which NEW EDITION » Price Two Shillings, peatly hound 1,1

6 -j} CONTAINS) T. Directions for writing Letters p1 ,|(jl ner, on the moft common Occafions e ', 11. A great Variety of Letters /, from the beft modern Authors, and n * Sf Turn, for the Improvement young on the Subject yet publifhed. To which is A Plain and Compendious OF the .
2 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Monday's Post.

Monday's Post.

l 'Stk 0 K e ' '^ n arriv'd this Poft. Cna ' N m this Day's Gazette. Kr', ' 1, ' turda y> May 7. br A mornin Wilkes, ot^ni Qn p. ,ror the pwer to the Court ot i , » Weftminfter-hall. The Court l t, u aMr u about half an hour after ten •, r ' (l urged the rijour of his cenfin- t0
9 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
3- Yefterday an order arrived here from the admiralty board, to lay up all the flat-bottom boats as foon as

3- Yefterday an order arrived here from the admiralty board, to lay up all the flat-bottom boats as foon as

they fhall arrive heie, and the fame orders have likewife been fent to Rochefort, and moft of the other ports in France. 4. Toulatty April 22. It is the intention of our miniftry, that the (hips of war fhould be laid up in the ports in which they were built; conformably to this
30 May 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Extract cfa letter from Philadelphia, March J

Extract cfa letter from Philadelphia, March J

" — 1 congratulate you on the glorious »,, v your Miuiftry have made, tbe moft f.dvanta,, V to Britain, in my opinion, of any your annals Jj. recorded. As to the places feft orrcftor^d to I conceive our ftrength will now foon increafe fo grea! a degree in Nortb Americi, that in
16 May 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The PROPRIETORS of '"-• LENOX's TRANSLATION . OFTHE "EM 0 I R s of the DUKEofSOLL V, F-'f-Sbeen invaded in

The PROPRIETORS of '"-• LENOX's TRANSLATION . OFTHE "EM 0 I R s of the DUKEofSOLL V, F-'f-Sbeen invaded in

their property, by a pirat- ?? primed in Scotland, under a preience P . n - being a difterent tranflation, when in effect r* ! --e fame (excep-jng wiiere mu:ilated by the as it is in many place?, which will be ?? ore <- in the prefent edition :) In order to do Nelves ju«t ice fo
28 May 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
oftbe Declaration of his Excellency Campbell.'-i •/;-'. p.'/dt', Efq; Commander in chief of the iji and.c Z'.-adAnpe, to the merchants there.

oftbe Declaration of his Excellency Campbell.'-i •/;-'. p.'/dt', Efq; Commander in chief of the iji and.c Z'.-adAnpe, to the merchants there.

oftbe Declaration of his Excellency Campbell ?? ?? ?? Efq; Commander in chief of the iji and c Z'.-adAnpe, to the merchants there. • Gknti-emen, Igave called this affembly together, to inform •on that I have received the conditions of peace, uthority>by which thefe iftands are to
2 May 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland