Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 185 articles

[Numb. 819.]

[Numb. 819.]

WEDNESDAY POST. No Foreign Mails this Pojl. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Pojl, September 9. Churlejlown, July 3. Y letters from Beau* fort, Port Royal, we I are informed, that Capt. Joiner the ■ fcout boat, was returned fromSt.John’s river. The latitude | at the mouth of the f
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

At SbipJhn-upvtt-Sttnver, in tht County c/H'ortfJler, P'o UR Copyhold MeflTuagcs, or Tenements, lying together } with Stables and Outbuildings belonging the lame; held under the Dean and Chapter Worcefter for four Lives, two whereof art in Pofleflion, and two in Rcvcrfion; of ab
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
September 17th, i7<j. JOHN SYMONDS, At the Beau-Inn in Wantage, Berks, DKGS Leave to acouaint his Fricndt, that his next

September 17th, i7<j. JOHN SYMONDS, At the Beau-Inn in Wantage, Berks, DKGS Leave to acouaint his Fricndt, that his next

AS SE MBL V will on Tuesday next, the totUlndent when thofe who will be pleafed honour him with their Company, may depend on the heft Accommodations, and molt civil Treatment, from Their Obedient Humble Servant, JOHN SYMONDS.
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
London September 10.

London September 10.

After a long Conciliation of Political Fliyficians, it was the unanimous Opinion of that refpe&able Body, the prefem n could not polF.biy furvive the Fall of the Leaf. hear a very Enquiry will made in the next Seflion of Pa; b'amrnt, 'frith' repaid a late Difcovery that affects
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A Fragment on Soutude. WHAT are the falling Rills, the pendant Sh,des ' - The Morning Bow'rs, the Evening Colonaues

A Fragment on Soutude. WHAT are the falling Rills, the pendant Sh,des ' - The Morning Bow'rs, the Evening Colonaues

. But fcft Recedes for th' unefy MinJ,' figh unheard in, to the jailing Wind.— So "he (truck Deer, in fom«. fequefter'd Part, Lies down die—.he his There, hid '11 Shades, ai.d wafting Day Day, Inly he bleeds, and pnn;s his Soul away. S.ECRESY in LOVE. HOW pleafant is Love, forbi
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
t r ill' Co be by auftion, On 'no fday tee Lay , 1763, the Houle M. Lig:lout, in 11

t r ill' Co be by auftion, On 'no fday tee Lay , 1763, the Houle M. Lig:lout, in 11

rke Stain d, ietunea :be Bones of Ten Ts:elre in IL (Wow's, AA Freehold Ellate, s‘ , th a Houk, Barns, Stables and other C . nveniencics, now ktt to Henry Howard, at the yearly Rent of Numb:, the Tenant on the Prerpifes will thew the fame.
20 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
i Bttraß of'a Letter from the Hague,'' Sept. i.

i Bttraß of'a Letter from the Hague,'' Sept. i.

i Bttraß of 'a Letter from the Hague,'' Sept. i. <( T? RES H Differences have, it is faid, .arifen ac "J? Dunkirk between the Englifh 'and French. En- : cinders; jttie former jiretefi^inj» ttyt|h.e. kuer. aft f° diluigenuoufly Ih the Filling up of the Cuhette, that the Port. wiH
16 September 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Matthew Wilkinfon, who ( upon Sufpicion of com- mitting fome Robberies ) was taken into Cuftody when he went into

Matthew Wilkinfon, who ( upon Sufpicion of com- mitting fome Robberies ) was taken into Cuftody when he went into

the New Goal to fee Dodd the Coach- man, the Day he was hanged, has impeached twelve Perfons, befides Jofeph Verden, under Sentence of Transportation, for being concerned with him in divers Robberies in Surry and other Parts; three of whom are already in Cuftody, and Warrants ar
16 September 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICAN NE,WS.

AMERICAN NE,WS.

New-Tork, Augufi i. From Albany we-leanvthaf Sip William Johnfon bas held,* Congrefi with five of the Six Nations, %t the German Flats. The Sen** cas refufed to fend ( any bf their WMir grefs. | Jhe five Nations that met Sir Witlianf brightened the Chain of FrienTlfm>, d^cfaring
16 September 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To the P R I N T E R.

To the P R I N T E R.

the P R I N T E R. SIR: MANY and bitter things have now for months paft been vented againft the peace, and Come good things have alfo appeared in behalf of that happy event; but none better than what is in the London Magazine for July laft paft, p. 349, 350* 35 35 » 353» 354* Kve
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland