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ADVERTI SEMENTS, DR. Abernethy-D rum mond has late- ly begun to WORK a NEW SEAM of COAL, which, upon trial,

ADVERTI SEMENTS, DR. Abernethy-D rum mond has late- ly begun to WORK a NEW SEAM of COAL, which, upon trial,

is found to have 4 much gre.vfir he3t, and to make a more durable fire, and in general, to be every way fitter both for kitchen and chamber ufe, rha-in the fplentcoal hitherto v/roughr in Hawthornden ground, tho" Well known to be extremely good of its faij. ■■ It gentlemen, ther
27 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A M ERICA.

A M ERICA.

Extract f a letter from Bethlehem, Nov. 10. "* Yesterday in the afternoon we received advice from Fort Allen, that Job Chillaway arrived there the night before, and brought word that Papun- chang, aud many more, Iwere coming down, as friends, from Wyaloofing, having determined t
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L ON D O N

L ON D O N

Ex/rail '■■ of a letter -from Petersburgh. Jan. io. ?? For foine weeks paft there have been almoft coniinual feltivals at our courr. Yefterday was reprefented on the New Theatre an Opera, intitul- ed, Charles the Great, in which one of the Ac- trefles performed a cantata in pr.u
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY, Feb e. uatl Mi>cct x i v. Rat him, {Gtrmtnj') Ttb. 6. We have various Accounts of an InfurreAioo

SATURDAY, Feb e. uatl Mi>cct x i v. Rat him, {Gtrmtnj') Ttb. 6. We have various Accounts of an InfurreAioo

Traofylvania and by the frcfheft Advices, it appears, that the Peafants have beat the Andrian Forces, and fet Fire to Caftle in vbinh the Governor had taken Shelter, who faved himfelf by leaping out a Back-window. Nine hundred of thole Peafants, who bad been eolidcd by Force, ar
25 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Dwiham, FfS. t, tr<4. aj ROqUES nd*VAGABONDS, nitil' no* coufiocd »t id the Houle Coirettion lieie, Man hiiiftlf'sTtPH LN a

Dwiham, FfS. t, tr<4. aj ROqUES nd*VAGABONDS, nitil' no* coufiocd »t id the Houle Coirettion lieie, Man hiiiftlf'sTtPH LN a

ucman »ho calls hctlelf ANN MbWKIS, and lay* foe is bis Wife... about Veats of Age, and appeals to V of healthful Conftitution, ftrong and tound made, about fivcFeet eight Inches high, toundilh faced, of blown Complexion, full gtey Eyes, darkcolouied Hair, with light btown Cut W
25 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T« h LET, murid mfm tht nth 0/ May mxt,

T« h LET, murid mfm tht nth 0/ May mxt,

T« LET, murid mfm tht nth May mxt, TootTHta or Saraa ATn.r, •pENWICK SLOOP RIDGE FARMS, in the Fanlta ffmoobnrn, and County of Notthumbetland, now in the FotTeffion Mr Beaumont, conratning •bout twelve hundred Aetca Lend, and capable ot very great Imp ovement, having Lime end Coa
11 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The NE WC AS

The NE WC AS

Printed and fold by J. WHITE, and, T.
4 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Hamburgh, January io.

Hamburgh, January io.

SOME Letters from the North contradict what has been averted in feveral public Papers, about a Declaration of War from the Regency of Tunis againlt Sweden. The Cafe is Hated thus in thefe Letters : The Dey having fent for the Swedilh Conful, expreffed his Surprize that the Court
10 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, Feb. t\. We hear that it is now refolved on, to fend four Regiments of Foot from this King- dom, and two from Engla-nd, td America, fome Time this Spring.
24 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
be Sold » the Hightft r, Wednefday the 28 tb Day if March next, at tht Htuje f John Hallworth,

be Sold » the Hightft r, Wednefday the 28 tb Day if March next, at tht Htuje f John Hallworth,

kneton by the Sign of the Dog and Partridge in Manchtftcr, bet tv ten the Honrs *f Three and Six f:h Clock in tit Afternoon of the fame Day, Conations then and there to be produced, AMrfTuage or Burgage, now divided into two Dwelling. Houfes, fituite in the Cold lloufe, in Manch
7 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England