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18 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTL C O U R A N t.

NEWCASTL C O U R A N t.

NEWCASTL U R A N t. 'ilgrim-Jireet, Nevv castle upon Tyne. 8, Mdcclxiv. The PARTNERSHIP between commi'ird a diab-colottted Coat, with a (mall Cap.' of the fame Colour, a black tveilafling Waiflcoat Pair ft/ wi'h ahi>« Mr..4! H'l tfci WALKER and NICHOLSON, being now amicably diQcl
18 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Te be SO LD.

Te be SO LD.

AVcry Improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE, pleafanttv filtrated at Smalways, in the County York, srl-bin fia Miles of Earnatdcaflie, and feven of Richmond! with a oond Dwelling liottfe, Bain, Byar, Stable, and other fuitable Convenienc'es theieon. And Three doles Parcels Ground and Ga.th
18 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Hanover, ( a City of the Dutchy of Brunpick in Germany ).February 1.

Hanover, ( a City of the Dutchy of Brunpick in Germany ).February 1.

Hanover, ( a City of the Dutchy of Brunpick in Germany ) February 1. A Company of Merchants of this City are prepa- ring to go in Cavalcade, all ?? in Uniform, to meet their Royal' and Serene Highnetfes the Prince and Princefs of Bruufwick, who are foon ex- peeled here. Berlin, (
17 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERM: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by MeiTrs. Roe, Trimer, Fox, Sanders, and Roome, in Derby LIKEWISE

DERM: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by MeiTrs. Roe, Trimer, Fox, Sanders, and Roome, in Derby LIKEWISE

By Mrs. COLE in Wirk/worth, and at ' Mr. J. ASTLE, in Burton upop Trent. Mr, MARTIN, Bookfeller in Afhby-de-la-louch. Mr. Taylor's Shop in ?? every Saturday. Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE in AjhUrnt. Mr. JOHN SALT, PPirkfworth Poll. Mrs. SLATER, in CheJlerfield. Mr. JAMES HILL, and
17 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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COUNTRV – N E W S.

COUNTRV – N E W S.

COUNTRV - E W S. Both, Ftb. I}. On Friday laft a Servant MaiJ in Poft-Chaife belonging to Coombes, Ej'q; was attacked at the Two- Stone near Wells, linglc Highwayman, who took from the Maid Ptnfe with Font Guineas ; but feveral I’crfons appearing Sight, he immediately and ran int
18 February 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
From the Evening-Posts, and Daily Daily, Feb 18

From the Evening-Posts, and Daily Daily, Feb 18

Warfare, Jan. 26. According to Advices from Con ftantinople, the Minifters of Ruffia and Pruflia have had a Conference with the Grand Vizir on the Affair of Poland; ai.d that Miniiler has declared 10 them, that the Porte would not fee with Pleafure, Prince of certain foreign Hou
21 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To the PRlNTER-

To the PRlNTER-

yirljtem prefentem odimus, SulUtam.ee oculii quxrimut hividi. -M"T"TE often fee ill-natured companfoM rirav-n W/ between the prefcnt and former urn , * ?? fpecially the reign of Que** Ehzabctn >s W Uia.ly referred to for this purpo le, as T T S clone in a late North Briton. We a
18 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