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CHetJtlESriap's and C|tttoMl?*l POST S.

CHetJtlESriap's and C|tttoMl?*l POST S.

From tbt LONDON GAZETTE, Augufi 30. t^a Arriv'd the MAILS from Holland, France, and Flanders. Spa, Augufi ig. THE laft leti ets from Me.ntz contradicted the account, which we had before re- ceived from various p arte of the death of the Elcftor: They mention, that his Highnefs w
6 September 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. to

LONDON, Sept. to

His Majefly has been pleafed to appoint His Grace the Duke of Bedford. Prefulent o* the Council, in the room of the Eail of Granville, deceafed. — Earl of Sandwich Secretary of Slate for the Southern Department, in the room of ihe Earl of Egie- mont, deceafed. — Earl ot Egmont F
13 September 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
London, September 22.

London, September 22.

This being the Anniverfary their Majeftiet Coronation, there was a fplendid Court at St. James's, feveral of the Nobility being arrived in Town to pay their Compliments to their Maiefties on the Occafion. We hear that Hampton-Coort-Palace is ordered to be thoroughly repaired and
29 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Country Intelligence.

Country Intelligence.

Cambridge, Sept. zt. A few Days ago Mr. Stadderd, Coroner for Huntingdon ire, took an Irquifition on the Body of Mary *n Infant about feven Months old, at Great Catworth in that County, who was killed by a Ferret, the Property of Tlio. Salmon of that Place, Rat-catcher.— The Mot
29 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The WISH. By a Young Lady. lAQc not Wit, nor Beauty do I crave, NorWcahh, nor pompous Titles wifti to

The WISH. By a Young Lady. lAQc not Wit, nor Beauty do I crave, NorWcahh, nor pompous Titles wifti to

have But fince 'tis tioom'd, thro' ev'ry State of Life, Whether Daughter, Sitter, a Wife, That Females mud the ftronger Males obey, And yield relu&ant to their Tyrant Sway Since this, I fay, is every Woman's Fate, Give me a Mind to fuit my Aavifli State. ANSWER. NATURE, perverfe
29 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SAPPHO to DELIA, Who ad<vis'd her not to fpend fo much bcr Tint in Public Places. YOU little know the

SAPPHO to DELIA, Who ad<vis'd her not to fpend fo much bcr Tint in Public Places. YOU little know the

Heart which you j I view the various Scenes with equal Eyes: In crouded Courts, I find myfclf alone, And pay Homage—to a nobler Throne Long fince the V due the World-1 know, Pity the Madnefs—-and dei'pife the Show- Well as I ran, edious Part I hear, And iny Ditmiflion wait—witho
29 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, September 15

Bath, September 15

car» »' "-1 Arriv'd here, J . Hare, ' La«ly, Lady el . Charlotte Ermine, •, D . Hudfo.', Col. B' rip l ; Vv V.o'oins, Capt. "'j,?. Nuno, Capt. I3race, aJl rl 'Ni *' Rev. Mr. Perry, M 1 * inrl Mrs. B nne t, ' 11 J - ' ai;d .s. Roi-erts, ' jvJi and Mrs. Ma' o "' »" j ' Mr. and Mrs
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
But chief flic likes, to tell the truth, dear dear military youth; Who never can to her prove cruel, Unlefs

But chief flic likes, to tell the truth, dear dear military youth; Who never can to her prove cruel, Unlefs

when he declines a—duel. Thefe all, if fortune makes them With equal charm of merit ftrike. . |1, Each thus, tho' pair'd like heav'n and Becomes the other's parallel. Whate'er his colour, fair or brown, With carriage up, or carriage down; Whether coxcomb, fop, or cit, With, or q
5 September 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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26 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEDNESDAY POST. Foreign Mails fits Po/i, NAVAL AFFAIRS. Genera] Evening Poj] Aug. 25. Netv Tork, July r. hoftilltles that are

WEDNESDAY POST. Foreign Mails fits Po/i, NAVAL AFFAIRS. Genera] Evening Poj] Aug. 25. Netv Tork, July r. hoftilltles that are

now carried on with fuch favage cruelty, by moft of the neighbouring Indian nations, againft our back fettlements, feem to have been meditated feme time paft ; tho* but lately brought to maturity, and that by the affiftance of Tome t rench emiflaries, whether with or without aut
5 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland