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From the Monitor, August 20.

From the Monitor, August 20.

Political Cathechifrn. -j H.'r, me hear how thou art intitled ad- heKi"g-"•iv 1 ar> King live for ever! They that ho, hy throne with deceit and falfe- nn»u' God and the King : And u . lln ftiall be hid from thee. We cry Hiti° ' lee> the father of thy people, A en We thou art in
29 August 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Thursday's Post.

Thursday's Post.

Arriv'd the Mails from Holland and Flanders. From the LONDON GAZETTE. TUESDAY, Auguft 23. Ratifoon, Augufl 14. vacanc ' es the Diet were declared on the IJ th inlt. and are la.lt till the 7th of November 1 H _M. de Steinberg, Minifter Plenipotentiary from his Majefty as Eleftor
29 August 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Country News.

Country News.

Chatham, Augufl 19. This day at noon we had violent ftorm of thunder and lightning, hail, and rain. The fky was darkened fomuch, that it appeared like an almoft total eclipfe of the fun, the hail ftones were in the fhape of buttons. The thunder began about twelve noon, and conti
29 August 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
London, Tuesday, August 26.

London, Tuesday, August 26.

The bankruptcies Holland aieeltimatea at thirty-two millions of Dutch florins, or 2,566 000 1. fterling, which is great blow upon the hank of Amsterdam has alio greatly affected that of Hamburgh, where great care is taken to fuppoit the bank currency. The bank of AmfterdaitT was
29 August 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
tic Lett, And entered upon at MICHAELMAS next, For a Term of Years, PPER - ITCHIN FARM, together with the

tic Lett, And entered upon at MICHAELMAS next, For a Term of Years, PPER - ITCHIN FARM, together with the

Glebe and Tythes of the Paiifh of ltchin-Abbas. Th? Lands in pood Proof, and properly fown with St. Foin and Grr.fs Seeds. The Rent of the Whole amounting to 2*Bl. per Ann. Itchin-Abbas is four Miles from Winchester, and three from Alresford. Enquire Mr. Durnford, at Winchefter;
29 August 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 

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The SECOND and LAST STATE LOTTERY for 1763. ALL Perrons inclined to become Adventurers in the fecond and latt S

The SECOND and LAST STATE LOTTERY for 1763. ALL Perrons inclined to become Adventurers in the fecond and latt S

TAT E LOTTERY tor this IS, m a be "'" h ,l™* Uah>„, Quarters, ttghths, and Sixteenths, at the following low Prir^ By BENJAMIN COLLINS At his State Lottery-Office, on the New-Canal, n Salifbury. SHARES. CHANCES. i. d. 1 A who'e Ticket 5 0 A wlinto n, „S' Half a Ticket o Half ' "
29 August 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Edinburgh, Wedwfday*, Augufi 31, 17^3- [Num. 6 j 16] f 4*7 1

Edinburgh, Wedwfday*, Augufi 31, 17^3- [Num. 6 j 16] f 4*7 1

31 August 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMERIC A.

AMERIC A.

tSe-a-Tork, ft Ay 1 1 . _,FE General AIP-mblv of Pennfylvania have i^l lately refolved, that it be recommended to the Governor and provincial Coromii- JL fioners, 10 take into pay 700 mea (exclu- J tiiofe already in the fcrvice of that govern- "V to be employed in protecting the
31 August 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extr atl of a letter front Car life, July 12, 1763.

Extr atl of a letter front Car life, July 12, 1763.

" I embrace this firft: leifure, to tranlrmt you a brief account of our prelent flate of affairs here, vvhich indeed is very diftrefling ; every day almoft affording fome frefh objea to awaken the compal- fiisti alarm the fears, or kindle into refentment and vengeance, every fen
31 August 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
i c Sir David Cunynghame intends to ?? r€ ferve the GAME, onthe baronies of Li- j ftal a t

i c Sir David Cunynghame intends to ?? r€ ferve the GAME, onthe baronies of Li- j ftal a t

Brcich, and Whitburn-, no perfon 1 f vtr Vill„be allowed to fhoot upon any part ! , j-, baronies* without a written licen.e, and all ' ' l lhall beprofecuted withi -he utmoft rigoun. \ -fyffft GIBSOr-^ of Durie, Elq; intends J ■ nteferve the GAME, on his eilares inihe ftfoes of
31 August 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland