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,**Ankliw's obfervations on the late •f-i ' barous maffacres in Penfylvania 131. 5, Cesarean operation performed "°cat!on Flow r s 238. count of tlifpute in fupplying vacant in Edinburgh. The parties an alledged ftolcn march ib. for Supplying the vacancy 14.0. fhe agreement 17*0
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A caution against the practice of placing flower-pots in close apartments.

A caution against the practice of placing flower-pots in close apartments.

Gentleman of fortune, in the city, was on the point lofing his only child, about a weak ago, by the overpowering fcent feveral jars filled with flowers, which flic had placed in her bedchamber ; and had (he llcpt without any attendant in the room, muft inevitably have, periflied
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fo the P R I N T E R.

Fo the P R I N T E R.

the P I T R. SIR*. IN your paper you have thought fit to contradict article, fignifying that lord Pembroke had fucceeded to ihc regiment vacant by the refignation of general Conway. That article did indeec require being corrcdled, but ought not to have been contradicltd in the ma
7 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The .A ABERD E E N. ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST PUBLISHED, And fold at the Shop of Alexander Angus.

The .A ABERD E E N. ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST PUBLISHED, And fold at the Shop of Alexander Angus.

7 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EERD E E N JOURNAL, i 76 4.

EERD E E N JOURNAL, i 76 4.

E N JOURNAL, i 76 4. To be fet in T A C K,’ THE four Ploughs c/Wef-Town in Cromar and Pari/h of Earland, for the Space of nineteen Years, from Whilfunday 1765, one, two, four good Tenants. The Lands are of an extreme good Soil ; have great Bounds hot! f Intown and Outfald, and ex
7 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
6 W. Q. J SATURDAY, May - 5, 1764 [Price Two-pence Halfpenil Paper circulated °V li ° rtku lherla f

6 W. Q. J SATURDAY, May - 5, 1764 [Price Two-pence Halfpenil Paper circulated °V li ° rtku lherla f

CumlnlanJ, and Lamafler, and the Weft and AW* Riding: of the • all ° thro hiibJdaU, (..aHway, T.-vutSak, LidJefJuU, TweJa!', and the Men, in SctlJj. \ *
5 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
dn account of King StaAflaus his retreat and eficape from Dantzick. bt the year 1734? " d, ' jen he

dn account of King StaAflaus his retreat and eficape from Dantzick. bt the year 1734? " d, ' jen he

was fhut up in that city by two armies, and a price lisasfiet on his head : .addreffied by that Prince io H$ daughter, the prefent iffneen ofi France Taken from the works of St an fans lately publifhed. IT is not enough, Madam, to have informed you of my efcape from Dantzick ; a
7 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Cuesraap’g ]poa.

Cuesraap’g ]poa.

]poa. D*j arrived a Mail from From the LONDON GAZETTE. Naples, April 3. eEveral of the Corn VelTels that were expeded are arrived in this Port. The fame have brought above Twenty Thoufand Quarters of our Meafnre. The King of Spain hat ordered another Hundred Thoufand to be bought
5 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T'.ey write fiom Par ■, that the King rot inconfolahle was expefted at the Peath of Madame Pompadour, owing, it

T'.ey write fiom Par ■, that the King rot inconfolahle was expefted at the Peath of Madame Pompadour, owing, it

is thought, to the Charms he finds in Madam Murphy, an Lady of moll exquifite Brautv. Lad Week was fold in Sinithficld by Weight, Four-pence per Pound; the Buyer and Seller dilfering the Price, they agreed on this Method felling. It is laid the Buyer got a very good Bargain.
5 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Cburooap’tf Ipoft.

Cburooap’tf Ipoft.

Yefierdny arrived a Mail from FIANOEas. Hague, April so. H E Council of War appointed to cry the mutinous Sailors be- the Nyenbourg India Ship, have condemned ten lv werc executed immediately, and have fentenced fifteen to corporal Punilhment. Ranjt n, April 14, The Emperor and
5 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England