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To it SOLD.

To it SOLD.

To SOLD. ONE Undivided THiRD-PART of Meftiisge, ot Dwelling houfc, Barn, Byar, and fold, with a Stack laid thereto belonging, and about <9 Actes Amble, Meadow, and Paftute Land, htuate Tltorp, in the Farilh EaEfiJSton, in the County of Durham,' i.t the Occupation of Mr Micholaa f
5 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
in>ij Day is publijhedy Price is. Prcfent for an APPRENTICE: o *, A Sure GUIDE to gain both Efteem and

in>ij Day is publijhedy Price is. Prcfent for an APPRENTICE: o *, A Sure GUIDE to gain both Efteem and

Eftatc. With Rules for his Conduft to his MatTEE, and in the WoEI.D. Under tit fallowing Heads, Ljrinl, Dilhoncdy, Fidelity, Temperance, Excels of all Kind, Government of the Tongue, Other Peoples Quansls, ■ Qaarids nf ooC’s own, Affability, Frafslity, Induftty, Value of Time, C
5 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
B ERDE E N : Printed and fold by James' Chaucers, [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

B ERDE E N : Printed and fold by James' Chaucers, [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

7 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, 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
 
£„ *. °..w "O N' F»<% Mornin*?. mJ ,"

£„ *. °..w "O N' F»<% Mornin*?. mJ ,"

£„ *. ?? w "O N ' F »<% Mornin*?. mJ ," i. ttjieraay tbe K.'v:t Key. the Lsr I S#'/A«* „, » TV V. Wejh-ihfier, "he U^Sl^J,^ B^iJ^^fi^^ alfo: ' S ?? h --wie on exceedingly fine 3. On Wednefday laft a Gentleman I ?? p„ a « ■ f India HoiifT, Jitbßank and Ban^Aots t/ttf ?? 4. On -Ihe
5 May 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Russia.

Russia.

PETERSBURGH, March 30. On the laft was burnt here 'by the Hands the common Hangman, an infolent Pafquinade againll ihe Miniftry and their new Meafures. The Author is as yet unknown ; but hu died Roubles are offered to whoever will difcover him.
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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