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James Hetherfngtbn, of Bow-Lane, London, Merchant, janies Thomas, of Union-Court in Old Broad -ftrett, London, Wine- Merciiant. J. Balibury, , of the City of Bath, Upholder & Carrier.
18 February 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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18 February 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
London, February 11.

London, February 11.

The Yacht which the Prince of Brunfwick was on board of, had her Mad carried away in the PalTage Holland. Wr hear that her Serene Highnefs, the Princefs of Brurifwick, was as well as could be expe£ted the Paflage, and kept her Bed moft Part of the Time going over. The Pilot who
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To be Sold to the High eft Bidder, Together or in Parcels. At tbt fhuft tf Mr. Harriot, *tbe Sign

To be Sold to the High eft Bidder, Together or in Parcels. At tbt fhuft tf Mr. Harriot, *tbe Sign

tf tit Roebuck in Rochdale, Wedncfday tbt 2 do/ February 1764 iJnbjcA t» fucb Conditions of Salt at will U then and tbtre f redactd, Fee-Simple Inheritance, known by the Name of the Cockpit , Situated in the Town of Rotbdalt, in Street called the Blacitctier, containing Cottages
21 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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15 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Extra fl of a letter from Lisbon, Jan. 13.

Extra fl of a letter from Lisbon, Jan. 13.

Laft week fotne fiihermen upon the coaft, per- ceiving a veflel at iea in diibefs, vent up to her, and found it to be sn Fnglifh veilel with only two men on board. They brought the Chip into this river, which appears to be the Molly (loop, Gaptnin Henry Hartley, bt longing to Pi
15 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Feb. 16.

From the London Papers, Feb. 16.

From the London Papers, Feb. 1 6. Leghorn, January 16. F I ?? H E Englifh tquadron, which conveyed the J_ Duke of York to Genoa, came to an anchor herr* a few .'ays ago t and immediately on their ap- pearand- rhe Tunelian pinks and polacre, which the four Neapolitan galleys and a
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE Kennebeck Company, Proprie- tors of the lands on each fide ofthe river Kennebeck, in New England, defires to have

THE Kennebeck Company, Proprie- tors of the lands on each fide ofthe river Kennebeck, in New England, defires to have

it known in all parts of Europe, that they have fix Townfhips or Trafts of Land of fix miles (quale each to grant away to Proteftants of any deno- mination or country, without any fort of confe- deration but cultivation, and for ever free ot quit-rent and to be under the governm
18 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, Feb. 16".

LONDON, Feb. 16".

Letters by Tuefday's Dutch Mail bring difmal News from Auftria, Bohemia, Moravia, and Hungary, by the overflowing of the Rivers, which have carried away the Bridges, Timber Dwelling Houfes with all their Furniture, &c. The Damages accruing therefrom will amount to fome Millions
17 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
C 0 UNT Rr NEWS.

C 0 UNT Rr NEWS.

Tork, Feb. 14. Laft Wednefday Hammond Sey- mour, ofStrenfal, near this City, was committed to the Caftle, on Sufpicion of robbing the Poft-Boy going to Malton, as lately mentioned. The London and Bye Bag for Maltpn, and the Whitby and Scarbo- rough Bye Bags, were found 00 Tuefda
17 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England