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The following was wrote during thejbort but violent Storm,.on Friday the 191J& Infiant.

The following was wrote during thejbort but violent Storm,.on Friday the 191J& Infiant.

The following was wrote during thejbort but violent Storm, on Friday the 191J& Infiant. FROM whence this fuddcn Gloom! Why ?? the Skies! Hark! diftant Thunders roll, and Winds arife! 'The Gloom increa fes ; it grows darker ftill: Sure Nature labours with fome latent 111. Again it
26 August 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
C 0 VN7 R r N E WS.

C 0 VN7 R r N E WS.

Plymouth, Mg. q. Yefterday we had a grand Meeting of the Gentlemen, &c./of ?? Quarter of the Count,y of Devon, to confult of .proper Meafures to lay before the Parliament, in order to obtain a Repeal of the Cyder Aft. The People in thefe Parts dread the Name of Cyder Excifemen m
12 August 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

Letters from Hanover, of the 17th inftant, advife. that all the palaces in that Electorate are ordered to be repaired and beautified. They write fiom the Hague of the 21 ft inft. that Prince Ferdinand and the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick vveie ex. peeled here in a day or two f
2 August 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Bristol, August 16.

Bristol, August 16.

Came in /tee our ler, from Antig" 3 » ## frfl nl c x, the Polly, •".' W, .M* Bonny, thejuba, jjro'"^ and the Royal Char' Port; Maryland, J at Alicant, the C£»gjifr « the Sally Alexander, Out, V the Pembroke, 0 ""' priori**. Leard, for Dublin ' > for New-York; the y found ; Eliza
18 August 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To a JEALOUS HUSBAND. LOVELY fliines thy wedded Fair, Gentle as the yielding Air; Cheering as the folar Beam, Soothing

To a JEALOUS HUSBAND. LOVELY fliines thy wedded Fair, Gentle as the yielding Air; Cheering as the folar Beam, Soothing

as the Fountain Stream. Why then, jealous Hufband, rail ? All may breathe the ambient Gale, Baflc in Heaven's diffufive Ray, Drink the Streams that pafs away. All may (hare unleis'ning Joy, Why then jealous, peeviih Boy ? Water, Air, and light confine, Ere thou think'ft her only
18 August 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Country Intelligence.

Country Intelligence.

Sherborne, 1763. Wednefdaylaftdied the Rev. Mr. Bowyer, Vicar of the 79th Year of his Age, after fifty-five Years laborious Care tint populous and exteniive Parilh. He was a Clergyman eminent for his Learning, Piety, and Zeal. There were united in him the Gentleman, Scholar, and
4 August 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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2 August 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

We hear that a certain German has invented a method of extracting a fubflance from plantain feed, which anfwers all the purpofes to which cochineal is applied, in dying fcarlets, crimlons, &c. &c. Extrad of a letter from Frankfort, dated July 15, 1763. " There have been fome tra
16 August 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Aug. 13.

LONDON, Aug. 13.

They write from Hanover of the 30th ult that it was moft certainly lettled, that the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick, after his marriage with the Princefs Augufla of England, is to refide at the caftle of Lunenburg, and is to have a company of the Hanoverian grenadier guards to d
16 August 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS, and LettCW tO tljC IPtflttCr, are taken in by G.WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Street-End ' Where

ADVERTISEMENTS, and LettCW tO tljC IPtflttCr, are taken in by G.WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Street-End ' Where

Printing in general is pertorm'd in the neatcft Manner, at the moll reafonable Prices. " * ADVERTISEMENTS,^, are alfo taken in by, and the Paper may be had of, the following Petfons, viz. Mr.BiNNs and Mr. Eowards, Booki'cllers in Halifax; Mr. Scolfield, Bookfcller in Rochdale i
16 August 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England