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The Winter's Walk. BfcHOLD, my Fair, where-e'er we rove, What dreary Prolpefts loumlusnfe; The naked Hills, the leaflel's Grove, he

The Winter's Walk. BfcHOLD, my Fair, where-e'er we rove, What dreary Prolpefts loumlusnfe; The naked Hills, the leaflel's Grove, he

hoarv Ground, the frowning Skies. Not only through the wafted Plain Stein Winter, is thy Force coufeft Still. wider fpreads thy horrid Reign, feel thy f'ow'r ufurp iny Breait. Enlivening Hope, and fond Dciire, Refign the Heart to Spleen and Care Scarce frighted Love maintains hi
23 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
°ff & Prime-Ccjl, Top ale crßetal1 ' TRADE WATSON, \ 'bejoi 3111 ! HosiE ß» his Shop ffhjj . nei

°ff & Prime-Ccjl, Top ale crßetal1 ' TRADE WATSON, \ 'bejoi 3111 ! HosiE ß» his Shop ffhjj . nei

s "Arms in Horfe-ftreet, 1, ' tradet) N'(S' rri/h Hollandi &S IN' and T l - J 5 a vcry lars ° A(lbrt * • , ens the neweft and Ulflins ftrip'd and plain 10 I2S - er YarJ ' Lon r ", to an y Price ' a lar s , cts » Dorfcttecc?, and \ s '^bl v I , J ° urs » Quantity of black ' a ar
23 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To be LETT, And evtend upon the \ft Day of May next. ALL that ancient and well accuftomcd Inn, known

To be LETT, And evtend upon the \ft Day of May next. ALL that ancient and well accuftomcd Inn, known

t ® Sign of the Ram, fituatc in Roihdalt, in the County »• Lar.eafter, Alfo, a Dwelling-houfc and I‘everal Shop?, Wirthoufing and Stabling thereunto adjoining, with ten Acre? » good Meadow and Failure Ground there with occupied, in the Holding of IJratl Gnnd>od or his Undertenan
28 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
be SOL /Freehold ElUte, confining of * good and convenient ;.- Out-buildings, and about twelve Acres f , fiiaate, lying,

be SOL /Freehold ElUte, confining of * good and convenient ;.- Out-buildings, and about twelve Acres f , fiiaate, lying,

and being, in Cbeadlt Buckle*, in the v *ot Cbefter, two Miles dilUnt ftbm Stockport, five P,' WaHcbefitr, and four from Altrincham , the Inheritance the Occupation of Mr. John Bancroft, fubjed to the *° -H Chief or Quit Rent of 1 1. *s. payable to Mrs. Egertou. Particulars may
28 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Norteicb, Feb. 18. hear from that the late high Tides have carried away the Foot the Clifts, which in fome Place* are forty Yards Ucep, and let down fome Acres Corn-Lands into the Sea. From HappifWgh, that the Sand-Lank, commonly called the Marrum-Bank, between the South Part an
28 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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LONDON, Feb. 23.

LONDON, Feb. 23.

At * Court of Common Council a( Guildhall, London, the 2, L b *That 4 ihe Thanks this Court p re fen ted to Lad broke, Knt. Sir Richard Glynne Bart William Reck ford Efq; and the Hon. Thomas Harley, Elq, the atives this City, for their zealous and fr.rited Endeavours to affert t
28 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Following ROOKSIbd MEDICINES axe Sold by the Printer of this Paper* And may be had of ,the who Carry

The Following ROOKSIbd MEDICINES axe Sold by the Printer of this Paper* And may be had of ,the who Carry

the fame. The late Mr. AR'D’s Medicines. Sold by the Appointmeot Page, under the Diregion of Sir John Fielding. Knt, and Robert Dingley, Elq; (For the Benefit of the and Magdalen Charities) C. Marfh, Bookfeller, Charing-Crol»; R. Withy, Book and Priotfcller, the Dwciadi in Cornh
28 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The ABERDEEN J 0 U R N A L. 176 4,

The ABERDEEN J 0 U R N A L. 176 4,

The ABERDEEN J 0 U R N A L. 4, them will remove themfelves and their property> but k.iow no place, except England, they can live halt f happy in. This day the feptennial bill came on, hut it can end in nothing. ABERDEEN. ADVERTISEMENTS f there is to be fet and entered to, at Mart
27 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LON D O N

LON D O N

They write from Paris, that on. the 4th inft. the three Councils, the Council of State, of Ditto itches, and of Finance*, met to decide the fate of the Eaft- India Compauy. The refult of the meeting was, that the King could not ialfift the Company either at prcfent or hereafter
27 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ex trad of a letter from Newcaffle, Feb. 2C.

Ex trad of a letter from Newcaffle, Feb. 2C.

?? Monday one Jane Aynelley was appreher dc. on fufpkion of robbing oae of the Edinburgh wag- gons, of about 30 I- A -young, fellow, who fir fiys was an accomplice, and a ?? in the wag- gon with her, and who- hid promifed her marriage, as foon as they came -here, left her and we
27 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland