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LEEDES, May 3

LEEDES, May 3

1 Laft Tnefday was married at Newcallle upon Tyne, Mr. John Haigh, Mei chant ol High-Town, near Birltall, to Mifn Soweiby, Daughter of Ralph Soweiby, Efq; an Alderman of Newcaftle. On Thurfday was married at Wakefield, the Rev. Mr. Thomas Comber, eldeft fon of Thomas Comber Ell)
3 May 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
[PriceTwo-Pence Halfpenny.] (which hat a much more extenfive Circulation than any > n the City; and consequently greater Number Readers,

[PriceTwo-Pence Halfpenny.] (which hat a much more extenfive Circulation than any > n the City; and consequently greater Number Readers,

and more bengal f W b y Mr. Newbery, Bookfeller, in London; Mr. Cadell, in Briftol Mr. Collins, at Sal.foury ; Mr. Jackfon, at Oxford ; Mr. Kaikes, aiiGlouceiter ; Mr. . '* Mr. Coney, Bridgewater Mrs. Chaulklin, p Taunton Mr. Spencer, Exeter ; Mr. Bxurough, at Devues Mr. Stroud,
12 May 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the p ] ER of the ' Vee kly Gazette: iha',['f more generally dif- Sphere! the Peo- 6 tho^e fashionable

the p ] ER of the ' Vee kly Gazette: iha',['f more generally dif- Sphere! the Peo- 6 tho^e fashionable

11 their can . flt with be * that in u P r, °rs} rot that an , . li all i., P ra ife-worthy Accom,r U,t, y S " e,Et o{ Reproach, lt } Su dabl<. aviQu rcanin any Rank t0 With° r 3bfuril! ~ b when l .9n El eil i an Eagle, orajack-afs iv!' l^e F nt ' our Contempt mull the r o»n an
26 May 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
VCi* T, v f Pnce Two_F£NCE Halfpenny.] V ' ' Ts / or l^'s Paper, (which ha* nbfolutely a much

VCi* T, v f Pnce Two_F£NCE Halfpenny.] V ' ' Ts / or l^'s Paper, (which ha* nbfolutely a much

more extenfive Circulation than any other in the City; and confequentlv a rrenter Number T?p-r?pr» 1 -i - Cafe t3 in by Mr! Newbery, Bookfelltr, in London Mr. CadtM, ,n Bnftol Mr. Coll,ns, at Salifbury Mr. Oxford Mr MC f Wells » Mr. Coney, at ; Mrs. Chaulkl.n, at Taunton , Mr. S
26 May 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
©old, immediately, A House in the King's Circus, Late in Poflelfion of Lady HAR TOP. Enquire of Mr. Thomas Telly,

©old, immediately, A House in the King's Circus, Late in Poflelfion of Lady HAR TOP. Enquire of Mr. Thomas Telly,

Carpenter, or Mr. John FoRD Mafon, in Charles-Street, in the City of Bath. JOHN BRYANT, Upholder and Cabinet-Maker, At the Upper End of the Market-Place, Bath, Performs all Manner of Upholftery and Cabinet Work, and fells the various Articles belonging thereto, the very loweft P
26 May 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Epigram on Mr. Wilkes. ONE Wilkes was famous on the Tragic Stage, Another the Glory of this Age : But

Epigram on Mr. Wilkes. ONE Wilkes was famous on the Tragic Stage, Another the Glory of this Age : But

which of them dei'erves Applaufe f—why fee— For Pay one afted—This furLIBEKTY. Bath, 176}. T. S. Truth on both Sides. Doll, quoth Roger, now you're caught, I'll never let you go, 'Till yon confent to ! what Doll What! zounds! Doll, don't you know f She faintly fcream'd—yet flie
26 May 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
at night, when we recommenced our fire from the mortars, increafed them to four, and placed a fix-pounder on our

at night, when we recommenced our fire from the mortars, increafed them to four, and placed a fix-pounder on our

flank, as a further fecurity for our poll at St. Jago's church. As the capture of the galleon, and her treafure, might be well etleemed a national objeft, Mr. Cornilh propofed lending the Panther and Argo from the fquadron to intercept her, which was confented to; and the others
3 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
arrived at Spits,- Col. Foireiter, late governor of Belleifle, knitted in the afternoon, as did molt of the gentlemen. The

arrived at Spits,- Col. Foireiter, late governor of Belleifle, knitted in the afternoon, as did molt of the gentlemen. The

colonel with his regiment is to proceed from hence to Southampton ; the reit of the troops are, we hear, to land here. The troops .aretnoilly in good health. Col. Forretter's candour, justice, affability, and humanity during the time of his government• is highly extolled by,all
31 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ro the PRINTER.

ro the PRINTER.

the PRINTER. SIR, MET HINK S, it was not the unreafonablenef , of the • new EXCISE on Cyder, that was fo much the caufe of c;amour, as the impofing, at the end of the war, when we m i g ht have hoped to have had our heavy borthen fomewhat lightened, any new tax at all. For were w
31 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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10 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England