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Bristol, January 23.

Bristol, January 23.

Came infwceour lafi, The Concord, Bifhop, from Jamaica, in nine Weeks, with the Lofs her Mafts, which (he cut away three Weeks ago Leagues to the Weltward, in violent Gale of Wind, in which great Part of the Cargo was damaged; the King George, Doyle, from Falmouth j this Veflel
26 January 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
55 s The following are the Words the new Pafloral Dialogue, fung Mr. Be3rd and Mifs Hallam, at Covenf-Garden Theatre,

55 s The following are the Words the new Pafloral Dialogue, fung Mr. Be3rd and Mifs Hallam, at Covenf-Garden Theatre,

befor# their Majefties, the Prince <ind Princefs of Brunfwick, &c. on Thurfday Night laft. COLLIN and PHILLIS. Collin. fJARKI Hark! o'er the Plains 'what glad hear How gay all the Nymphs and the Shepherds appear, With and Rofes new-deck" are the Bower J, And every Bufh bears a G
26 January 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Marriages. W:nhurn Whitchurch, near Blandford in Dorcetjhire, David Robert Mitckel, Efq. to Mifs Afcougb, Half-Sijler to Charles Blair, Whatcoombe, in

Marriages. W:nhurn Whitchurch, near Blandford in Dorcetjhire, David Robert Mitckel, Efq. to Mifs Afcougb, Half-Sijler to Charles Blair, Whatcoombe, in

that County, with Fortune of 20001. per Annum.—At Norwich, Thomas Btrnef Br,*nJione, Efq. Major of the Effex Militia, to Mifs Gardiner, only Daughter of Stephen Gardiner, Efq. —At Denizes in Wilijhire, Mr. George Bowers, Attorney, to Mifs Elizabeth Eofter, with 4.000/. Fortune.
26 January 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
An Epitaph made by a Gentleman that courted a young Lady, ivhtcb Lady dfd far Love of another. HERE lies

An Epitaph made by a Gentleman that courted a young Lady, ivhtcb Lady dfd far Love of another. HERE lies

a Virgin, facrific'd to Death, In Beauty's fofteft Bloom depri v'<i of Breath, tor tuch Lois uncommon Tears are due, Her Charms were many, and hei Fate was new. She fell (hard Deftiny !) in this our Age, what few die, except upon the Stage. Duty and Love contended for the Sway,
26 January 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
7* P R I N T E R.

7* P R I N T E R.

P R I T E R. SI R : I AM a lieutenant on half pay, thrown into prifon lor a fmall debt, which my ncceflities obliged me to contract when I fcrved in America (my fate all laft war) for I appeal to thofc wbo have ferved in that country, if a fubaltern can fubfift on his fmall pitta
23 January 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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perjury, was found by the grand jury for the bounty of Middlefex againll a pcrfon of fome note the profclfion

perjury, was found by the grand jury for the bounty of Middlefex againll a pcrfon of fome note the profclfion

of law and politics, in confequence of evidence delivered tor the defendant in a late important trial before lord chief juftice Pratt at * * 12. It was yeflerday reported,Jtbat warrants arc ifTued out againlt Curry, for traitcrous and treafdnable expreflions againft his Majefty’
23 January 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Hebcrden.

Hebcrden.

IVlr.'Willces prcfents his compliments to Dr. Heherden, and is duly fenfible of the kind care anc concern (he houfe of commons, not only for his •Kea'th, but for his fpecdy recovery. He is attended Dt*. Brocklesby, of whofe integrity and ability he has had the experience of many
2 January 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
modity. 5. His Majefty’s {hip Cemurion, captain Harrifon, with the other {hips ot war which convoyed his royal highnefs the

modity. 5. His Majefty’s {hip Cemurion, captain Harrifon, with the other {hips ot war which convoyed his royal highnefs the

duke of York to Genoa, are to cruize for a limited time in the Mediterranean, whilfthis highnefs takes a tour by land, to the moft capital cities in Italy after which, the fmall {quadron is to meet his highnels at Leghorn. 6. His Majefty’s (hips Pearl, commanded by captain Saxto
16 January 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E RT3 E E N JOURNAL,

E RT3 E E N JOURNAL,

RT3 JOURNAL, 4« ing the neceffity thereoT 5 who, on the firft of October laft, was fo audacious as to fet fail from Parkgate for this city, with upwards of paflengers, (feveral of them refpe&ablc pcrfons) without his complement of hands, candles, frefh water, or tools to cut away
16 January 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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21. The KingofPruffij the lour of his dominions. ’otfdam, from Aug. 6. The Franks quarter of Smyrna was cbhfumed by fire. 17. The Queen was fafcly delivered of prince Frederick. Sept. 7. Prince George of Holftein Kcil died. Odl. 5, The king of Poland, cledlor Saxony, died at i)r
16 January 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland