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The VANITY of RICHES. MISERS \ fay, can Gold prolong Life or Health, or keep young ? bay, can Gold

The VANITY of RICHES. MISERS \ fay, can Gold prolong Life or Health, or keep young ? bay, can Gold

fuch Wonders do ? Then I'll hca»d as f»ft you If by Gold I could remain, Free from Death, and free from Pain. But fince Pain and Death arrive, Scorn the Treafures we can give } Since no Bribes can make 'em ftay, When they once are on their Way : Why (houldwe idly fave Gold and R
5 April 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MONDAY, April 2, 1764.

MONDAY, April 2, 1764.

CULLEN BIEACHFIELD COMPANY Fropofe to lay Aovjn Cloth as foon as the Seafon permits and Bleach at the following Prices, •viz. All plain hitmen a and under, at two Pence per Yard. 0.00 and 1 ,00 at two Pence Half penny per Yard. 2.00 at three Pence per Yard. 3 jOO at three Pence
2 April 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
h. i give their Employers entire Satisjatnon. B. All Sorts of plain Linnen. Diater and Brtakfaji ‘Table Cloths of Damajle

h. i give their Employers entire Satisjatnon. B. All Sorts of plain Linnen. Diater and Brtakfaji ‘Table Cloths of Damajle

made and Jold by and William and Anthony Dow, who alfo Jell Jnndry Jons of Merchant Goods. They weave all Kinds cujtomary Cloth Letters relating to Bleaching Buftnejs, To all dtrelfed to Mungo Rannie Pojimajter a WEDNESDAY POST. No Foreign Mails this Poft. NAVAL AFFAIRS. From th
2 April 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

£ in the DougLAs law-fuit. The' {Founds of the purfuers croft appeal i6p. * judgment of the houfe Lords, con &ed with the interlocutors by proper re* ences 170. The qucftions in debate . ftated, with the determinations 171. Mass Ac re 173. j> E STMINSTER RACES eedings in the fel
1 April 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the Publifher ofthe Ipswich lournal.

To the Publifher ofthe Ipswich lournal.

* SIR, • m The ancient Greeks, on the anniverfaries of their reli- • gion, ufed to fing the praifes of the deity in whofe honour ' the folemnity was held. The hymns of Callimachus are ' beautiful fpecimens of their facred poetry. Mr. Addifon « has given us a few pieces, formed o
21 April 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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t •'• \ - a'fl »-. -•'■'■ *. ?? V't-if'. i'< ?? *.3 •jtC-'ViS-a, <• Lo n don &c. Tuefday, April ij; SerrV3 c ht^. that . the *%«* Hon, Mr. -Stanley, will, be made Secretary at U_ ar , in th , mm of Mj% j^ rr -^ J; ord A f th - l »« Mr. Ellis will be appointed Joint Pay- T's "D^ C
21 April 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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G. London &c. tuefday, April 24. 1 . Yefterday a Chapter of the moft noble Order of the Gar- ter was .held at Sr. James's ; when his Majefty was pleafed to fill up the vacancies therein, by electing his Serene Highnefs Adolphus-Frederick, reigning Duke of Mecklenburgh-Stre- litz
28 April 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
J 'PSM I CJS* ** Printed ?? Vr/uoh sow W. Jackson. (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny J

J 'PSM I CJS* ** Printed ?? Vr/uoh sow W. Jackson. (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny J

28 April 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Tbit Day it pMiJhtd, Price 6d.

Tbit Day it pMiJhtd, Price 6d.

Fourth Satice Boileau IMITATED, With Dedication To M*«».•», Efiji 0* C’ll***. Trihuc Aittjcirii cafwt iufanal/iU. Printed for W. Flexncy, near Gray*e-Inr> Gate, Holbom } »nJ fold E. Broughton, in the High-Street, Oxford. this Day is fubhjhed. Neatly primcil, and fewed in firong
28 April 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
*0 be L Err,

*0 be L Err,

be L Err, And Entered upon Jnuncdiately or at Midfummer next; Vicaragc-Houfc at Grrat- Milton There are four Rooms a Floor, with Gantts over; Wafti-honfe, Brew-hotife, Stable, linall Garden, and Orchard. It it plcal'antly fmntcd in a dry healthy Air, near the Church, and hut a Mi
14 April 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England