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COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Koruieb, Feb. 11. On Monday the 30th of January laft, as two Men were walking over the upper End of the Skull-Clofe, Bear the CroftwayJ out Magdalen Ones, one of them funk up : the knee ;on examining the Place, they difeovered a large Cavity of Chalk (formerly called Magdalen Li
21 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Orkney lift of flipping.

Orkney lift of flipping.

Feb. |. Sailed from Stromnefs, the Friends- good-will, Rofs, from Eafdale, for Leith. Feb. 4. ln the Longbope of Walls, the Sally M»rr3y, from Leith, for Jamaica. No other (hipping in the Orkneys. Leith j Feb. 20. Arrived the Friends Good-will Thomfon, from New York, with lint-f
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Printed aid fold by. J. WHI T E and T. $A I N

Printed aid fold by. J. WHI T E and T. $A I N

Printed aid fold by. J. WHI T E and T. I No. 45^r. SA T SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. N N, Feb. 9. late Miafortanra attending Raft Indian Setilements in are generally (aid to be mg to ihf Rapacity too the Company's Serita; who took every Method oblige the Nabob to break !h trtcr
18 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
And alfo i« be S O L D,

And alfo i« be S O L D,

And alfo i« S O L D, A FREEHOLD YARD GARTH, now ufed ■» « Stackvatd, containing neat an Acte of Gtoond, fitoate in Newlanlt afotefa d on the Notth Side of Fenkle ftteet, and admitting to the Weft End the Vicarage Garden» together with Dwellinghoofe ihtieopon no* in the Occupation
18 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PAR K E R’s' PI T, On Mondiijr ihe mh of Match. -t-H.RTY-TWO guineas Value of PLATE, ky Cock», Staga,

PAR K E R’s' PI T, On Mondiijr ihe mh of Match. -t-H.RTY-TWO guineas Value of PLATE, ky Cock», Staga,

and Blenkaids, not to exceed 4lb. 40X. The Cocks to allow the Stags, Bcc. 101. On Tocfdty the nth, ONE HUNDR ED* OUNDs! Cocks, not exceed 4lb. 401. And On Wednel'day the 141b. FOUNDS, Stags, not exceed 4 lb. ox.—To • the Saturday fighting, asulaal.
18 February 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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15 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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