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Some account of -what has hitherto appear ad concerning the late transactions at Bengal, and the causes -which are supposed to have produced them, particularly the pamphlets, intitled.

Some account of -what has hitherto appear ad concerning the late transactions at Bengal, and the causes -which are supposed to have produced them, particularly the pamphlets, intitled.

1. Reflcttions the prefent commotions Bengal. 2. A litter from certain gentlemen in the council of Bengal to the fecret committee of the Eafl-India company. 3. yf narrative of hat happened in Bengal in 1760, ■with account of the revolution. 4. An addrefs the proprietors of the E
1 February 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The STREET. PJAppy the man, devoid of many wo, ho, blefs'd with gentler ftars, lolls Within the covering of fplendid

The STREET. PJAppy the man, devoid of many wo, ho, blefs'd with gentler ftars, lolls Within the covering of fplendid

cOach ; Or whom two brawny (who aft Their high defccnt, perchance, from ancient chief, For wond'rous deed and great achievement the rude carol of the bards of old) [fam'd» Bear the fedan ; him nor the fplaili Ofheedlefs fchoolboy, nor die dirty whip Of the proud horfeman, can an
1 February 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ts fie SOL D, fiy AUC 11 b si.

Ts fie SOL D, fiy AUC 11 b si.

Ts fie SOL D, fiy AUC 1 1 si. OaTocrday the nit Day fcbinaty, 17*4, at theHoufeaf Me Thomas Bambtougn. Innkccpct, Ouihsm, hetween the Hours Te and Two, FIVE Hundred and Eighty OAK TREES, now giowing at Elh, nigh Dotham, all milked and and moil them latge aod fit for Skip-building
4 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T» L E ■ ... . These farms, at e a^ ak H.Att, ' now in the Pofl'.-llioo of lines

T» L E ■ ... . These farms, at e a^ ak H.Att, ' now in the Pofl'.-llioo of lines

Smith Shoiton, eitiiet ibgcthci feptuitc. ■»4«’teii at of Matthew Bell, Eiqj in MctrcaftVe. 'i ■ >. . ; ; . 'flljV. f’t'll'l !■ ■■ fuHitly SOLD<‘ ,,: ' LL that M E SSUA'G E, TiiN RELENT, or f AS. lOLD, with (be I»4tllB>S thereto belonging, late the bftaie of Mr William Green, dc
25 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Biiy, and were other Ways in Diftrefs, nothing Init the wonderful Ir.tcrpofitian Prosidence could have faved citlier Ship or Lives

Biiy, and were other Ways in Diftrefs, nothing Init the wonderful Ir.tcrpofitian Prosidence could have faved citlier Ship or Lives

; for according to their Account , they had four Days and four Nights certain Death, being druse near an Iron-bound Lcc-fliore, have nothing left for their Prefervation, hot the uncertain Dependence Anchors and Cables, two of which they lort, and had they not providentially met
4 February 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD.

To be SOLD.

A FREEHOLD ES TAT E, on the South Sideof C.iefwell, in the I'amh Woodhotn. and Countyof NotthombeiUnd. containing about 72 Acres « and the Quartet Part of nnditrided FAR M. the Noitb Side, containing in the Whole about too Aoir<, boih «.» which Fatms are now the foffeflfion Gi-o
18 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
have been favoured witb the following of Letter from John Wilkes, Efq. wilb the Paper annexed. Sir, Paris, Feb. 5,

have been favoured witb the following of Letter from John Wilkes, Efq. wilb the Paper annexed. Sir, Paris, Feb. 5,

17154. I Took the Liberty of transmitting 10 yoj, on the Eleventh of laft Month, the Original of.-a Certificate which was entirely the Hand-writing Monfieur one of the King's Phyficians, and figned by that Gentleman, as well as Mor.fieur Dutouart, a Surgeon of the Army. It was n
23 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
H * For the Benefit of * . . vei'l • On Saturday, Feb. ' ✓ forinM a CoMEP" i

H * For the Benefit of * . . vei'l • On Saturday, Feb. ' ✓ forinM a CoMEP" i

'» ' *jj The R E F V S J :t . Or the Lady's Phi*- 0 , To which will f THOMAS and On MONDAY, For the Benefit 0 Mr. Bates, and Mr. aft W Will be psrform'da Tragedy* DISTREST t To which will .r\\W' Catherine and begin exaElly at tljE ,ftf» A MACHINE for B^ »i fl Sets out from the S
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THURSDAY** and FRIDAY’S POSTS. frm tki ND » BTT E. • VtM-tei, (-'M/y) Jtn. «. Ins been the Senate, that

THURSDAY** and FRIDAY’S POSTS. frm tki ND » BTT E. • VtM-tei, (-'M/y) Jtn. «. Ins been the Senate, that

all Tueh Levant I Goo.H, are or can, be (hipped here on Eaglifli Vcflclr for RagUn(, (hall be exempted from Export Duties, with the R. jtl'.rjiioo ttiofe paid on Importation. ,7 *. it. There ate no faithev Aecoums from Spalatro, whiefi j;iv« R.. a(on to hope that the "Is nbfidin
4 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England