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LONDON. January t*.

LONDON. January t*.

The lad Letters from Poland advife, that the two Candidates for the Throne, who have declared themfelves, are the Prince Czartorinfky and the Count de Poniatowfky; that the Czarina has declared for the latter; but that the King of Pruflia has not yet made known bis Sentiments. T
14 January 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

William Willun, Stepney 'l'winc Spinner. J;m. 14, Kcb. 3, and March 3, :*.t GuiJahall. James Foil**, Shoe I.me, London, rchant. appear Jan. 31, Ft!), S, artd March 3. Ciidhlhali. Richatd Haile ami William nnw or late of Rail Sinithficld in Grocers ami Confr&ioncis. I'o appear Ja
28 January 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S sad FRIDAY'S POSTS, to* tki LONDON GAZETTE. 8t !*i»■ *’<» 3F«». »6. THIS Efcmng 01« Ccmwey of the Mtrntge

THURSDAY'S sad FRIDAY'S POSTS, to* tki LONDON GAZETTE. 8t !*i»■ *’<» 3F«». »6. THIS Efcmng 01« Ccmwey of the Mtrntge

her Royal Higbneb the Priaceft Aogatta with bit rnoft Screne Highnefi the Hereditary Priace of Bruofwic Ltf entaqrgh. performed the Great Coaocil by bit Grace the Arcbbilhop of Canterbury. LONDON, Ja h. 17. the lift Lettera from Genoa are informed, that it it there reported, tha
21 January 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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P H I L L V S ALDER, WIDO W of Mr THOM Ai ALDCA. Utc the High Stracc, ia SuDdedaod. aad >aAptaa, dcccafcd. B»a L**»• to aatjaaiat the footte, THAT to entj oa B us 1 m st, at fame Shop, t»4 tin fane Manner, ai tot late Hutband did, the Btasiery. and Tin Way. Tto«t «to pieafe to f
7 January 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Extradl of a letter from Portfmouth, Jan. 8

Extradl of a letter from Portfmouth, Jan. 8

" Friday his Majefty's fioop Zephyr and Lion tranfport were drove td here by llrefs of weather ■ they run into the harbour dircfliy from fea : the former was greatly damaged in the giie, having but one anchor lift ; her malts an*J rigging fu tiered greatly : Ibe was bound for ih
16 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Arrived a mail from Flanders.

Arrived a mail from Flanders.

Ftom the London Papers, Jan. 126. Mentz, Jan. 8. THE countries in the neighbourhood of Man- heim, Spire, Worms, and the greateft p3rt ol the country of Hefle Darmftadt, have been en- tirely under water. Thr inundation between this and Francfort has been fo great that the water r
30 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[Num. 657c] Edinburgh , fVedne/?/ay, Jam/ary 4, 1764. 1 s 1

[Num. 657c] Edinburgh , fVedne/?/ay, Jam/ary 4, 1764. 1 s 1

4 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LON DON. January 19.

LON DON. January 19.

His Serene Miglmefs tlie Prince of Brunfwick has little Limp in his Walk, occafioneii l>y a Wound he received lall War. His Perlort is genteel, and of middling Stature. It is faid, that only t.vo Ladies of Quality will attend Royal HighncU the Pnnccfs Augulla alrcad. We lie; - .
21 January 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SM alfo, hy Aypdntmtr.t t at the following Towns,

SM alfo, hy Aypdntmtr.t t at the following Towns,

alfo, hy Aypdntmtr.t t at the following Towns, By W. JACK Abingdon, Mr. Bedwcll. Bath, Mr. Leake. Buckingham, Mr. Seely. Bircrter, Mr. Stevens. Birmingham, Mr. Kuilon. Briftol, Mi. Cadell. Bafmgftokc, Mr. Shipton. Banbury#: Mr. Calcot. Coventry, Mr. Luckman. Dcvixes, Mr. Burrough
21 January 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
On the Firjl of February will pubUJhed f Moft humbly Dedicated to His Royal Highncfs George, Prince of If'ales. Price

On the Firjl of February will pubUJhed f Moft humbly Dedicated to His Royal Highncfs George, Prince of If'ales. Price

One billing, the Fjbst of H E Tale s of the GENII: OR THE Delightful R A The Son of A S MAR. from Per ft an Manufeript, in the Pofleflion ofSir Charles Morei.l, formerly A flador from the Britiih Settlements in India the Great Mogul. Adorned with an elegant Set of Copper*plates,
21 January 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England