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lc SOL I). Neat Compact FRE EH O LD E ST ATE, £~\. at Redma Hull- in the County of Oarham, confifling of very commodious Dwelling houfe, an Orchard, two large Batoa the one of them in rh-O tt-grounds, two Fold garth* walled about, two Dead houies fuffictent to hold a great Number
6 August 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N, Aug. 8.

L 0 N D 0 N, Aug. 8.

By a Letter from Guadalupe, dated July z, we hear that fome French Men of War, with Troops on board, were arrived from France, to take PofTeflion of that Illaftd ; and that the Englifh Trbops were to eva- cuate in the sth or 6th ofthe fame Mortthi The Plantations already fold in
5 August 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LEEDES, Aurruft 2.

LEEDES, Aurruft 2.

On Thurfday Morning laft, the following melancholly Affair hiippcn'd at Morley : One Jofeph Ellis, a Fairier in that Village, in very good Circumltances, attempted to poifon himfelf by eating crude Arfnick, of which he afterwards laid, he defigned to have eat fuch a Quantity as
2 August 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

No Foreign Mail arrived. 28. hat has been advanced the News-Papers aboin Encampments Wars between the Turks and the Emprefs-Queen, the King of Pruflia going to invade Hanover, OP and to fall upon the Dutch, &c. is contradi&ed in Several private Letters by laft Monday's Mails. Th
4 August 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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' mlter » mlts y MISTRESS -house. lualifi to any Perfons the place « Brtjhi . , o N' s

tpt u w S!Aiol ' l v >| )er (from One to an 2 e accommodated with * 11 r A Table. 1 te( Notice.—A good v &c. witb <ii- depended Rooms. Lett, abbey ' with Stables and an u hut not firuate d<>ck ° f •» »»°< t>„ *»ver running at the °f f • on all Sides are r ' p ea Miles from Bath
4 August 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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SONNET, Imitated from the Spanljb Lopez a CApricious W** # Sonnet needs muft have ne'er was fo put to't before

SONNET, Imitated from the Spanljb Lopez a CApricious W** # Sonnet needs muft have ne'er was fo put to't before

Sonnet ! Why, fourteen Verfes muft be it good, howe'er t' haveconquerM the firft Stave. Yet I fliall ne'er find Rhymes enough by haJf, Seid I, and found myfelf i'th'midlt twice four Verfes were but fiirly reckon d, I turn back, ort th* hardeft Part and > Thus far with goodSurcef
4 August 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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1 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN J O N A ~ ■ . . and ft, Tran, t~T* Here to be fold without Rf/erve,

The ABERDEEN J O N A ~ ■ . . and ft, Tran, t~T* Here to be fold without Rf/erve,

ly public k Roup J 'in Elfin, . at Haddo~hvufe, Friday the igih of Augufi next, Cli Stuart tj'Feftnurh ,-the Earl s Fad or tn , th f Me belonging to the Earl of Aberdeen, confiftthe Articles of Koup. J id j evm f rom four to two Tears old: the above Colts and Fillies are jlrong,
1 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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1 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From the Hiftory of Lady Julia Mandeville (juft publijh'd.).To Henry Mandeville, Efq;

From the Hiftory of Lady Julia Mandeville (juft publijh'd.).To Henry Mandeville, Efq;

From the Hiftory of Lady Julia Mandeville (juft publijh'd.) To Henry Mandeville, Efq; * Yes, my dear Son, you do me Juftice : lam never fo hap- 4py as when I. know you are fo. I perfectly agree with you as tutgnn-e T«Be far eleg«m Natuie which eivesfceh. • grind Vane., ,o the Ufe
6 August 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England