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Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 27. Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, Ptttrjhurgh, March 27. E Ctcw of EngliOi Ship, which was wreck’d in (he Ncigbourhood CoU, having I been ill treated .me Officers whocommand- * I there, the Expr Is immediately, upon the fitft Reprrfentaii
1 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To LE T, And enter’d upon at or before Michaelma* next* A Genteel Houfe and Garden, with Coach Houle, and

To LE T, And enter’d upon at or before Michaelma* next* A Genteel Houfe and Garden, with Coach Houle, and

Stable, fituatc in Holme. near Knot-Mill, Maocheflcr. Pot further Particulars enquire of Mr. Wtljord. To Sold the beft Bidder, At Mr. Marriott’*, the Sign of the Roebuck, in Rochdale, in the County of Lancafttr, the Sale to begin on Tuefday the Eighth Day of May 1764, at two o’c
1 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To bt Sold by Atfdfon, together or Parcels At Mr. John lit ton’s, the Croft, Ha'ifair. on t h t

To bt Sold by Atfdfon, together or Parcels At Mr. John lit ton’s, the Croft, Ha'ifair. on t h t

Day May mutt. batmen the Hour, of two andf iK it the After net, put ant H Conan tent Sale, *'* A Copyhold Meffuage and Land*, and fundry n . Houles, at Yew Trees, in North ate ran, in the [»„£ of HaHf tx, Yorkjhire, in the Poffcflion f,l 3* flaw, and others, the yearly Rent of 4
1 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
An account of the proceeding: for supplying a church in Edinburgh, -which became vacant by the death of Dr John Hyndman.

An account of the proceeding: for supplying a church in Edinburgh, -which became vacant by the death of Dr John Hyndman.

An account of the proceeding: for supplying church in Edinburgh, -which became vacant by the death Dr John Hyndman. after this Rev. gentleman's death, which happened Aug. 10. 1762, fix different perfons were talked of for fup- P'ying the vacant charge, tvo of whom Were fuppofed t
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Preferments.

Preferments.

Ft cm the London Gazette. The King has pleafed, May 19. to grant unto Robert Lord ley, Baron Grange, and Chancellor Great Britain, and his heirs-male, the digcity of Earl of Great Brit din, by the title of Karl of Surthington in the county of Southampton. to appoint William Youn
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Marriages- April 30. The Earl of Pomfret, t0 Dravcote, of SaviPe row, London- „ May 7. At Kirkcudbright, Robert Peirtfee,

Marriages- April 30. The Earl of Pomfret, t0 Dravcote, of SaviPe row, London- „ May 7. At Kirkcudbright, Robert Peirtfee,

to Mrs Jane tcr of Robert Muir of Glenquicken, deceafed. t 19. At London, the F.arl of ( Sukey Ward, daughter and ' ie ' Sir Edward Ward, Rt. London, Thomas ~jy fon of Sir Laurence Dundas, Bt, 0 Charlotte Fitzwilliams, fecond daug' .; the late, and of the prefer Fitzwilliajns. c
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

From EvfcNiNC-Hos rs. andD*i P*p i LONDON, Vil ' E*t’*a of Letter/rm , ** of the Sovereign; where*» our Monarch, and the Emprefs of Ruffia, ic well known, (ccm determined that none but Piofi (hall Reign. It is more than probable, that when the Affair comes to debated in the gran
1 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
' m of Dr Richard *?hagen, in an ho/pital, Peter 90, aged £dv, ar Tooting in Surry, Mrs Rachel a

' m of Dr Richard *?hagen, in an ho/pital, Peter 90, aged £dv, ar Tooting in Surry, Mrs Rachel a

widow, aged 108. She had not v f' with day's for ievenand could read without giaffes till Am/ e da ys death. Mrs Craifteyn. She has left to , ' l^e brothers, and one filler, upwards ri ?', Go °. '• befules confidcrable funis given j 7 and relations her lifetime, r Lady Dunbar, r
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
is- At Grange-hotife, near Edinburgh, Dr Alexander Seton, third fon of Sir Alexander Seton of Pitmedden, feme time one the

is- At Grange-hotife, near Edinburgh, Dr Alexander Seton, third fon of Sir Alexander Seton of Pitmedden, feme time one the

lenators ot the college of juftice. ■ ij. At Edinburgh, Mrs Balfour, fpoufe of Dr Robert White phyfician in that city. 27. At his houfe of Stobbs, an advanced age, Sir Gilbert Elliot of Stobbs, Bt. 17- At Edinburgh, Mrs Kerr, relict of Walter Scot of Harden,
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
tFedneJday and Thurfday\ Posts.

tFedneJday and Thurfday\ Posts.

?? and Thurfday\ Posts. <0» Arriv'd the MAILS from HoLlahd, Frasce and Flanders. From the LONDON GAZETTE. St. James's, April 21, 1764. Bxtrafl of a letter from Sir William Johnfon, dated at Johnfon Hall, March 2, 1764. F&^&^ScsS"*. T g» v es me great pleafure that I J^-is-»«»° ??
1 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England