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HARWICH, Dec. 28.

HARWICH, Dec. 28.

Laft Saturday the Carteret Sc Harrifon and the Dolphin Packet- Boats put to Sea with two Mails- but were obliged to return on Sunday Ni<*ht. The Dolphin had two Gibs and her Fore-fail fplit by die Violence ofthe Wind. Four Meffengers, four Mails, and aU the Packets are detained
29 December 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
• THE following elegant and ingenious remarks " privately attributed to the eelebnted Abbe iTin- gtfliiin Director of the Cabinet

• THE following elegant and ingenious remarks " privately attributed to the eelebnted Abbe iTin- gtfliiin Director of the Cabinet

of Cardinal Jttx- J Alban't ; and were communicated to us by a friend of approved tafte and literature, now refident at Rome* . r-i THOUGHTS concerning the imitation of the Grecian Artists in Painting and Sculp- ture. /" • feries of Leiters. L E T T E R L I*-*i RUE tartre may be
29 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Co fcc Lett,

Co fcc Lett,

fcc Lett, And entered upon ut I.adv-Da¥ next 9 Ti IE IVhcatJheaf and Anchor Inn, in St. Alil-itc's, OXFOKT), now in the Occupation Mr. Tliotna* Caltrn, who will then remove to the Himl's-Hcail Kingllon Inn, in the County of ; now in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Taylor.— The Whca
29 December 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Co Oc §o!D bp aufttun.

Co Oc §o!D bp aufttun.

aufttun. the While Inn, in Wuiwkk, o* 'iurj'.lay the 15/ A Ptij next, liturs ci.l Fiji the Ajlirn^n, ALL that the Manor or Northbrookei, with it-eloM Farm 'ailtdNorhlirockr* Farm, l)jng the the County Warwick cnnliiliny a cwnveriier.t Farm H.4fn%, an«) ail other 1' •nvcnin-eics,
29 December 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Ds c. aa. Day's Flanders Mai) brought no Italian Letter*, the Roods not being paffable iolralv. occafioned by the great Raini. Commodore HarriTon has obtained from the Dey of Algiers full Satisfaflio# for tbe fome late Infults to the Britilh Flag, alfo feveral beneficial Article
29 December 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOREIGiN NEWS.

FOREIGiN NEWS.

Li/lon, Net, io. This morning fire broke out board a man of war of 64 guns, which arrived io the Tagus the 17th Lift month from Goa, but had happily landed all her cargo. This is the lecond man of war that has < been burnt within a very Ihoi t fpace of time. Katifbon, Dec. rh. O
29 December 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CAMBRIDGE. Dec. 21.

CAMBRIDGE. Dec. 21.

A few Days fince Mr. Winter, A. B. was chofen Fellow of M-andfor- .nerlJ of Queen's College, was admitted ?? ofthe lame Socie- Z Jn ?? of the F.fhmonger's Compmy.
29 December 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DEATH. At ?? in Naiwicli, in the 9tK Yea!" of bis Age, the lion. Win. WaJpole, fecond Son of the

DEATH. At ?? in Naiwicli, in the 9tK Yea!" of bis Age, the lion. Win. WaJpole, fecond Son of the

Right HOn. Lord Wal- polc, of Woiterton in Norfolk.
29 December 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
•,.Ta& @ • • FREEHOLD ESTATE, fitua’e nt A E acm w tea. in the of Heddon the Wa!l. 'he

•,.Ta& @ • • FREEHOLD ESTATE, fitua’e nt A E acm w tea. in the of Heddon the Wa!l. 'he

County of Northumberland, cpoCftiog of 103 Actes of At»- ble. Meadow, and F-ftute Ground, well and o.cd. lying within Mileand a Half of Draw ln l ime, and 1.0 M.l« and Half of Coal, now in the Occupation o* and lofeph Bowdor, and pays aMod.ts for HayTtihe. i.n ;ujre John Ritbatd
29 December 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
,emr a'Uetwf K»e« tors of the Borough of Aylelbury, in the County of Bucks. JOHN WILKES, Bfr, 1 IN this

,emr a'Uetwf K»e« tors of the Borough of Aylelbury, in the County of Bucks. JOHN WILKES, Bfr, 1 IN this

(hort account we only, fab join fuch paluigcs the letter we can with fafety ourfclx cs fubrnit to the infpcflion our Tea* -djii. It may be fome fmall to them to be prefented with the ftilc an.l manner which it written ; but it generally happens in cafes, that the parts which are
29 December 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England