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SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

f_r Arriv'd the Mails from Holland, France _W Flanders. Vienna, March 14. THE Emperor fet out for Francfort the day before yefterday. His Imperial Majefty left the Palace at ten o'clock, preceded by the great Officers ot State, the Miniftcrs, the Couiifellors, the General Office
3 April 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, March 26. Thi, day 210 volunteers, inlided ?? Indies, embarked for London The grounds through which the canal of community i<, n betwixt the Forth and the Clyde is intended to be curried have been all furveyed, and accurate plans and calculations' made out by a fl_.ll
10 April 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, April 3.

LONDON, April 3.

Sunday the purfer of the Royal George, Captain Scott, arrived a: the India Houfe with advice, that the faid fhip was arrived at Plymouth from Bengal, which place ihe left on the 20th ol Oclober. The Royal George brings advice, that the Deptford, Trvon, was arrived at Madraft; th
10 April 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDES, April iO.

LEEDES, April iO.

LEEDES, April i O . Laft Wednefday, John Wright of Headingley in this Parilh, was, by the Obllinacy ofthe Driver of a Waggon, thrown down, and jamiu'd between the Waggon and a Cart, at the Back of the Shambles in this Town, and the Cart, in which were five Quarters of Barley, ran
10 April 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

* .v u. lilt o> i », ami I7AILY TAPERS, April ig O N D O N, April ig. This Day his jelly won in State to the Houfe of Perry, and gave the Royal Affect to the following Bill.*, \it. hill to raile a Sum by Loans on Exchequer Bills, «nu for applying certain Sums remaining in the Ex
24 April 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, April 14.

LONDON, April 14.

~ » - raid there will certainly be no Lottery this Year, all imaginable Caie will taken to prevent our People from adventuring in Foreign ones. The Part London, we are told, will be Ihul agaioft tie Impoiiiti-m Oats in Week’s Time. The Hnofe Commons is adjourned to next; and hea
17 April 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
be LETT, For any Term not exceeding Twenty-one Years, L L that Large Piece of Building, commonly called the Workboufe,

be LETT, For any Term not exceeding Twenty-one Years, L L that Large Piece of Building, commonly called the Workboufe,

fituatc at the Top of Shuiie-Htl in \lan"further Particulars apply to Jofepb Hankivfon, Attorney tt Law, in Manchefler aforefaid. To SOL O, ALL thofe three Mf .ffuages or Dwelling Houfes, in Fee Simple, fituate at che Upper End o! D.anlgate.t rooting Wood-fireet and Spinning Fie
17 April 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ai. At Glafgow, Mis Rebecca Wallace, widow of James Douglas Mains, Efq; and mother of die Duchefs-dowager of Douglas. ix.

ai. At Glafgow, Mis Rebecca Wallace, widow of James Douglas Mains, Efq; and mother of die Duchefs-dowager of Douglas. ix.

At London, Edward Cobden, D. Archdeacon of London, author of fermon, intitled, A perfuafrve to chaftitj, [xi. Hi.], preached before the late King. The Do<£Vor, fome time after, was ftruck out of the lift 06 his.Majefty's chaplains, S53*J 14. At Edinburgh, Charles Stewart, Earl o
1 April 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
vifed, that provifions ?ral tranfi families lenle ma- )rming in "ailing of JSth of >l!and for for the Ramilies the

vifed, that provifions ?ral tranfi families lenle ma- )rming in "ailing of JSth of >l!and for for the Ramilies the

Sutroops; vill have prnouth, the line feveral of our >0 high • a leaky tit from .'d from il were 600 j eights. en* nenc? corn ES. con- near
2 April 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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2 April 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland