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if tbe dePofing of Veer Jrjar AH Cm**, He.hie Nahoo of Bengal. -

if tbe dePofing of Veer Jrjar AH Cm**, He.hie Nahoo of Bengal. -

if tbe de P ofing of Veer Jrjar AH Cm**, He hie Nahoo of Bengal. - AS many people are, entirely {{rangers to tain Prince, it is ?? to obferv. he is 8* fame, by whofe means, WM* fee ai"b.bnce f Mr Watts, and forne other.-, vvc depoled the former Nabob, othcrwife called the Tyicnto
15 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
S Q.U I R R E L

S Q.U I R R E L

S Q.U R R E L WILL Cover Mare? Lydijrd, nr- r SwinJon, and near »n Wiltfliire, Three Guineas each Maie, Half a C.o the Servant. There will good the ufual and nil proper Care tnk* n. Money paid the Marcs .;ic taken wav. SctyißßFi. was p-othy Old Traveller, 1 i*. whicit vat th.c Mt
18 February 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This Day is published. Price 6d.

This Day is published. Price 6d.

Elegantly printed in Folio, on fine Writing Paper, I decorated •with elegant Copper-plates, illuftrestiteg t’e intercjhng Enscnts recorded in the Brits'b Annals, executed ft mafierly Manner? as to Honour so the Wort, all engraved hy Crignicn. NUMBER v. Of New Hiftory of E NG 1.,
18 February 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
PRICES of $&&%&&'on Ttiefdav iaH.

PRICES of $&&%&&'on Ttiefdav iaH.

PRICES of $&&%&& 'on Ttiefdav iaH. Bank Stock, 114 I.4th a 1 half. India ditto, 158 1 -half. South-fea ditto, — — . Three per .cent. Bank. Ann. red. 84 i^half a: y-Bths. Ditto confol. 84 i-4th. three per cent. i ditto 17215, — — . Three 1 -half per cent, ditto, iyy6, 87. , ?? 177
17 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

the PRINTER. SIR: IN the St James’s Chronicle, not very long fmee, the public were tavoured with two letters, fign ed E. Y. particularizing very pathetically the manner of dcpi.fmg Meer Jaffar Ah Cawn, the Nabob, who little betore had been let up Lord Clive. As this iniquitous tr
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
R D E E N J O U RNA L.

R D E E N J O U RNA L.

R E E N J O U RNA L. Tire ABE evil and danger. In the boat he was fometimes quite loft in forrow, but thekiiid con'dolance of the officer of the guard, who I believe fincercly pitied him, he by degrees became more ferene, and at laft began to com'ort himfelf, or at ; Icaft fubmit
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Now Selling, extremely (For Ready-Money only) ROBERT ATKINS, AthisWARE-Room at rhcPRiNTiNG-OFFiCE in Stall-Street, (up one Pair of Stairs) The Remaining

Now Selling, extremely (For Ready-Money only) ROBERT ATKINS, AthisWARE-Room at rhcPRiNTiNG-OFFiCE in Stall-Street, (up one Pair of Stairs) The Remaining

Part of The Stock of two Bankrupts Lately Purcbafed, viz. Plain, Strip'd, Check'd, and Flower'd Lutefirings; Ducapes; Tabbies; Black*Sauiris; rich flower'd Tiflues, and Sattjns ; black Peelings; plain and flower'd black Modes, and Sattins, for Ladies Cardinals ; plain, ftrip'd,
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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
 
tfvitsttfg 1000.

tfvitsttfg 1000.

F. London, &c. Thurfday, Feb. 16. iv The. Hon. Houfe of Common? fat till between Seven- and Eight ?? YeiSCrday Morning. The Speaker was twenty Hours in the Chair, which was the longeft Sitting, by three Hours, that is remembered to have happened. They are ad- journed till Friday
18 February 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England