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L ON D O N

L ON D O N

Yefterday morning came advice, that the Afhburn- ham, Pcarce, and the Plaffey, Ward, were arrived off the ifle of Wight ; from whom we learn the fol- lowing melancholy account of the damage done in Madrasroad, the 21ft ot October, 1763, viz. Ship Union, Reynolds, run afhore, and
5 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SHOTS TURNPIKES. r-»pHE TRUSTEES of the SHOTS TURK. I PUCES are ro SET, by public roup, upon Fiiday the 1

SHOTS TURNPIKES. r-»pHE TRUSTEES of the SHOTS TURK. I PUCES are ro SET, by public roup, upon Fiiday the 1

Sth of May, 1764, in the tolbooth nf Hamilton, rhe TOLLS, for the fpace cf one year, commencing die firft of June, 1764, of the toll bars of Gallowgare and Drygate, Broom- houfe, C^iianieheads, PoHtemmet, Hamilton, Strathaven, ana Parkhead. The articles and conditions of roup, r
7 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extra A ofi a Letter firo-n Confi ani in-fe, March 24. *• The affairs of Poland ntlradt the atttntion of the Porse, who is noi difpofed to fuffer the Foh s to be crampt in their liberties, as appears by tie following memorial, which has been delivered to the foreign Minifters he
7 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WESTMINSTER RACES.

WESTMINSTER RACES.

1762— OCTOBER MEETING. Lord Bute's Favourite (the noted SCOTCH STALLION) won the King's Plate ; beating Mr. Pitt's famous Horfe Guide ( who had won fevcral Plates in different Parts of England ) and Lord Temple's bald-faced Mare Moll Gauky. —betts before flatting— Favouritt agai
4 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 

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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Peter Nichols, late of Warrington, Lancalhire, Hofier. Jonathan Harrifon, of Mary Port, Cumberland, Chapman. Jane Cox, of Lombard-ltreet, London, Milliner. Bank Stoc_, 115 3-4'dis. India ditto, 154 i-half a 3 -_4-ths. South-Sea ditto, — . Ditto Oid Ann. — . Ditto New, — 3 per Ce
1 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Italy.

Italy.

Genoa, April 7. We have juft from Calvi, that the Rebels have burnt tv Mills fur grinding Corn. Yederday Commodore Harrifon arrived here in a Frigate of War.
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HISTORY

HISTORY

have received the following articles y 'ating to Poland, fince our laft. y 10. Our accounts jv, d ' ls P°Jand dailv more The Poniatowlki party feems aitl '°ch an afcendent, a* may per- event a contefted eleflion. The sr °* Pruilia has given that prince new . 0f his protection an
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Oifirvaticm cn the Cau/e c/'Smut, cr Mildew, iu Wlttal, ’ivi/h a prailical Cure •, •which ju thcSeoJon approaches for making

Oifirvaticm cn the Cau/e c/'Smut, cr Mildew, iu Wlttal, ’ivi/h a prailical Cure •, •which ju thcSeoJon approaches for making

ufe of this Remedy, may be of great Service, efpecialhp to our Country Readers. ii E fmut wheat is an evil which has long been complained of, and many methods tried to prevent Jt, all which have proved ineffcilual, or, at bed, but a mitigation the difeale. There are feveral plan
5 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

I. That each Number of this Work Hull contain thirty-fix Pages Print a very fine Paper. 11. That the whole will be compromised in forty Numbers, making four bandibmc Pocket Volumes. HI. The firft Number, adorned with a beautiful Frontifpicce, this Day (Price only Four-pence,) an
5 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England