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for [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] at 11 hy (which absolutely a much more Circulation than any other in the City: and

for [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] at 11 hy (which absolutely a much more Circulation than any other in the City: and

confeouentlv greater Number of c■ ' r b »>- CMh Brittol, Mr. Cm™, a, Salary , *M,. JacMonfa,o^.■ Xtt''*' . ft-Offir on Bridgewatcr Mrs. and Mr. Norm, at Taunton Mr. Spencer, at Exeter Mr. Burroueh, at Devi2es •Mr Stroud ' r-\ r ''« 6teU «* »"W"> 50 Miles of Bath ami the New-Men
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EDINBURG H.

EDINBURG H.

Extract of a letter from London, Sept iy. ?? This djy her Majefty made her appearance for the firft time in ihe dravving room at St. James Once Ihe has lain in, and received the compliments of the nobility, gentry, and foreign minifters, on tlie oc. cafi on. " The fine young Ele
19 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
c, ExtraSt of a Letter from the Hague, Sept. 2.

c, ExtraSt of a Letter from the Hague, Sept. 2.

' Affairs between England and this State (relative to the ' Differences between the India Companies of the two Nations; 'to Trade and Navigation, and to the Sizureaad Detention cf * Dutch Ships during the late War) continue much as they « were: Our Deputies who were in England a
17 September 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
F. LO N D ON, ' Friday Morning, &p*\ 16.

F. LO N D ON, ' Friday Morning, &p*\ 16.

1 I . In the Paragraph ?? Evening there was a Miftaki relating to the B apt if in of the Prince. The real Sponfers by Proxy were, the Dukes of S axe Got ha and Tor k, and her Royal High-, neff the Princefs Amelia. SeeDi. - * 2. Tefterday her Majefty made her Appearance for the f
17 September 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
WILLIAM HEATH.

WILLIAM HEATH.

ti. B. He I* thin Lad, about five Feet five high, with curled black Hair, and (baa* what pitted with the Small-Pox, \XfHcrras Bartholomew Tooly, Apprentice to Edward Mill*, Baker, Btvfonl, Oxtoidlhire, eloped from hit laid Malter** Service, about a Month ago, without any juft 'i
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LEEDES, September 20.

LEEDES, September 20.

By a Lift publiflied, it appears, that there are 191 Gentlemen, who have fubferibed to the Refolurion taken by the Grand Jury for ibis County, atthe lad Afftzes, for difcontinuing the Giving of Vails to Seivants, and tlie Lill flill continues open for Sub- fciiptions, A few Days
20 September 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
foundation, are however certainlyiTifdrmed,itiiaton Friday laft the earl of Shelfcumc''refigned his place of fwft Jord of trade and _ The

foundation, are however certainlyiTifdrmed,itiiaton Friday laft the earl of Shelfcumc''refigned his place of fwft Jord of trade and _ The

reafon of the earl of Shelburn’s refighation, we are told, is, his being left out of the intend*ed plan of pacification i wfiich he coaildered, it feems, as an - affront. 6. are informed that the plan for the late intended coalition was drawn up by a noble earl, no lels diftingu
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
i Nurru 6514] Edinburgh > Monday, September 19, 1763. C 449

i Nurru 6514] Edinburgh > Monday, September 19, 1763. C 449

19 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Niagara, July 31, 1762

Extract of a letter from Niagara, July 31, 1762

" Letters from Detroit of the Bth inftant nform us, that the Savages were more numerous than ever abcjut that place ; that tbe garrifbn were in high fpi- rits, and hAO made'a fally, in whkh an Indian Chief and two others were killed ; upon which the father of the Chief took out
21 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
,S, E °f t-. A au ty. to, 11 the lo f"pe- HL* ar e, ® W orld ber '

,S, E °f t-. A au ty. to, 11 the lo f"pe- HL* ar e, ® W orld ber '

ut y And a V"''y«r» W °f el Peft't N u pidly in\*V^H«.°,Uta?ai!!?onand A Fair Sex » - r' c| > 't. Uine nt, they S'\»M°V h ' o p "w»rofE " trail '' malicious > ft % h r lU-N'a% o^ cia" * are the ev?A^itihT" to Lov « and 7 Sue?- t>iflilc e * a e tainted, then , .'5*; .o a****- it:
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England