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In all their BRANCHES as Ufual,

In all their BRANCHES as Ufual,

With an intire new and frelh Affortment of (lords which he has laid in 11,,r that Purpofe. All Gentlemen Ladies and Others o his are fo kind as to tour him with thcir Commands, may depend on their being faithfully and I nctually executed on the sery lowed Terms both Wholefale an
10 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Orders iffhed by the Lieutenant-governor of the.Tower, refpciling the detention oj John Wilkes,

Orders iffhed by the Lieutenant-governor of the.Tower, refpciling the detention oj John Wilkes,

Orders iffhed by the Lieutenant-governor of the Tower, refpciling the detention oj John Wilkes, Efr* THA T the Warders, appointed to keep a clofe prifoner, ftiall not prefume to leave him for a mo- Bie.it, alone, either night or day, or to change tbeir duty with otlier Wsrders, b
14 May 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A ,** was fliort Weight, and hoed a Shilling an Ounce, which amounted to jl. Bs. j'hit Bread was ferved

A ,** was fliort Weight, and hoed a Shilling an Ounce, which amounted to jl. Bs. j'hit Bread was ferved

for Nell Gwinn’s Chant)’. Letters from Arafterdam mention an Ac-* count received there from the £aft indies of the debarking 3000 Dutch Troops on the Ifland of Ceylon, by which Force they have not only raifed the Siege of Columbo, but obliged the King of Candy to uke Shelter in
14 May 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
St. James's, May 12.

St. James's, May 12.

This Day the Court of Lord Mayor ( Sir Charles Afgill, Bart, locum tenens ) and Aldermen of the City of London waited ori His Majefty, and being in- troduced to Ms Majefty by the Right Honourable the Earl of Egremont, one of His Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State, James Ey
13 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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Fromthi Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, Qpc. May 17. This Day arrived the M AILS due from Holland and Flanders. Hanover, ( a City of the Dutchy of Brunfwick in Germany ) May 6. THE two Princes of Mecklertbourg-Strelitz are expected here by the 10th Inft. And it's f
13 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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To the ADVENTURERS the prefent STATE LOTTERY. WE beg Leave to prefent you with the Scheme of the Lottery, which

To the ADVENTURERS the prefent STATE LOTTERY. WE beg Leave to prefent you with the Scheme of the Lottery, which

begins drawing the 30th of May, 1763. Alfo'the Scheme of the laft Lottery 1761, thereby to fhew the great Advantage there is this prefent one, than any former one, either as to Number large Prizes, or Valuation Stock, The SCHEME of the LOTTERY 1763. No. Prizes. Value each. Total
9 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
HULL, May 8.

HULL, May 8.

Imports. Rotterdam Merchant, R. Collam, firom Rotterdam, with Brandy, Geneva, Madder, and Wainjeott. Vigilantia, J. Matty fie, jrom Amfierdam, with Old Iron, Madder, Wainjeott, _tc. Laid on. Young Abraham, A. Harmenfe, for Middlebro'. Bri- tannia, G. Littie, Jor Elfineur and Pet
10 May 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Supplies granted by Parliament for tbe Service if the liar 1763. Navy. Sums Voted. Dec. 2. For 30,000 feamen, at

Supplies granted by Parliament for tbe Service if the liar 1763. Navy. Sums Voted. Dec. 2. For 30,000 feamen, at

4.1. per ? , man per month, for 1 3 months J •*s*- >o > c °° o o Feb. 3. Forthe ordinary of the navy, J ?? and half-pay — \ 350,66 i 3 „ Towards completing the hofpital near ) Plymouth — \ 3.000 o o Upon account for feamen who thai] 1 not beprovided for in Greenwich > io.coo o o
10 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
 
put us to fome inconveniences. The idmiral's goodnels fupply'd thefe defects : All the finiths and carpenters in the fleet

put us to fome inconveniences. The idmiral's goodnels fupply'd thefe defects : All the finiths and carpenters in the fleet

were employ'd in making thole inftruments ; and, by their indufiry and difpateh, we were enabled to proceed. The Elizabeth and Falmouth perfevered in their cannonade upon the town, which were returned from the enemy's lealine, withont any clic& Oetober tit and ad. The weather gr
10 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England