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B. Foreign News.

B. Foreign News.

1. Paris, April 3. The Parliament being convinced ofthe Neceffity of proceeding to the laft Extremities, in order to de- fend the Gallican Church and State from Machinations of the late diffolved Society, ftiling themfelves Jefuits, have by an Arret, dated the 22d of March, orde
21 April 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

Gabriel Bradley of Stourbridge in Worcefterfhire, Ironmon* gcr. To appear May ?, 4, June z, at the Crown in Stour- bridge. - Richard. Jackfon, of London, Merchant, to appear May 1, 8, ■ .^Tiine^iat Guildhall. -— ?? •» William Williams, of-'Briilb) Hofter, To appear, May j, 4, V.
20 April 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LEEDES, April 17.

LEEDES, April 17.

A few Days ago, Mr. Barber of Holhng-Hall ncnrHar- wood, on his Way Home from this Town, near King- Lane, was flopp'd and robb'd of Three Shillings aud Six-pence ia Silver, and fome Halfpence, by two Highwaymen : Mr. Barber received at an Inn in this Town, the Day before. Upward
17 April 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
and Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Fetersbuhch, March 30. Eln P rc k returned yeHerday -t. from Sarkafclo, where die

and Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Fetersbuhch, March 30. Eln P rc k returned yeHerday -t. from Sarkafclo, where die

had pafled fome days. ran fart, April 3. The Archduke was crowned King of the Romans this day, with great pomp and ceremony. Hamburgh, April 6. The Kritiih faftory have defied Jofeph MeUift, iifq; grvemor the company of merchant adventurers, in the m the late John Gore, Efq;
21 April 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 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
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

No Foreign M&il arrii'd. 2piil 12. is faid the Dutch are certainly mfditating foine important E tir; f* agamft our Settlenurts. the F, ltsHL Indies; and they ba-1 their Ermf}So«l faitis here, who take all tne Pars they can foment the wh cli at prefent fubfilt a certain grvat o.n
19 April 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Tbii Dmj was Pubhjhtd,

Tbii Dmj was Pubhjhtd,

In Two Urge Volume*, Folio, Price 41. 4*. bound. Complete COLLECTION of VOYAGES and f\_ TRAVELS: Confiding of above «oo of the moft authentic Writers, beginning with the Cot'.fdion: of Hachluit, See. in Englifti, He te.i. in Spaniih, Ramufio, fire, in liatian, And die Vo;.ages u
21 April 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Mr. C O A T E S, Begs Le.ive to acquaint the PUBLIC, THAT he continues to teach DANCING, at

Mr. C O A T E S, Begs Le.ive to acquaint the PUBLIC, THAT he continues to teach DANCING, at

his OW N HOUS E, in Wade- lent, near St. Julin's Cluuch in Let-ties ; where all who pleafe to honour him with rhe Care ol their CluMirn, may d.ptnd on the Htmoft Di- ligence He tenches every J holiday, Friday, and Sat in day, during the Seafon. (C> Mr. Coates retui.is Thanks to
17 April 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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their fufiefings urge them to efcape— Poor creatures! they are hung up alive, for birds of prey to feed upon while living, Icorched to death before a flow fire, for endeavouring to attempt the horrid crime of FREE. ho is it can fentence them to fuch punilhments? Who is it can pu
21 April 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England