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%^t LEEDES JnteUrgencer.

%^t LEEDES JnteUrgencer.

| Vol. X. J TUESDAY, May z 9i 1764 N° s*B, Printed by GRIFFITH WRIG H T, at New- Street-End*
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S anl SATURDAY'S POSTS

FRIDAY'S anl SATURDAY'S POSTS

lit me, April 2?. ScJB Esi dcs the wine which the Duke of York */ r ?? has cm fed to be embarked for tlte King of ?? ** fa Great Britain, his brother, his Royal High ?? nefi has (ent his Majefty 12 white peacocks, fomc fine cedar plant?, and a che ft of citron Wafer. This Prince
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

From the LON DO N GAZETTE, May 22. Am: :■ t from Holland and Flanders. 9 . „ « il7rV Q THE ♦ i- ranee and ihs Cantons of sa.i L.’rn, relative their Regiments in the o! tha: Lro>'. n, were Signed Soleure, Beautcvillc die hunch Amball'ador, and the reipecUve deputies the two Store
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
from Scotland, with Oatmeal and Thillles, for the ufc the People of England. Arrived, St. Maloes, Brrll, Pochfort, Rochelle, Toulon,

from Scotland, with Oatmeal and Thillles, for the ufc the People of England. Arrived, St. Maloes, Brrll, Pochfort, Rochelle, Toulon,

See. Sec. See zoo Sail of Veflels from Ireland, laden with Beck, Pork, and Butter for the French Navy. Sailed, From Brcft, Le Due Bedford, La Paix, with Scalping Knives, for the Mifliflippi Exsiib i t i o of POL IT E ARTS. Mr. Ram’s eye. I. Paradox— freedom in Fetters. 2 The Pro
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Shortly will be performed, At the THEATRE, in MANCHESTER, A Corner, call’d. The PROVO K’D WIFE. The Characters by Mr.

Shortly will be performed, At the THEATRE, in MANCHESTER, A Corner, call’d. The PROVO K’D WIFE. The Characters by Mr.

Love, Mr. Lee, Mr. Kacfbcrry, Mr. Banifter, &c. And Mrs Stephens, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Love, And Young Gentlewoman, never jet affcarm upon any Stage) Likewife Dancing, by Sigoior Taffori, and Retnhold, And an En'ertaicnirnt, never afled there, call’d THOMAS and SALLY. (The Mufic compo
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, May 22

LONDON, May 22

kxtracl of a letter fi ■„ Paris, St. James's May 19. The King has been picafed to grant unto the Right Hon. Robert Lord Henley, Baron of Grange in the county of Southampton, Chancellor of Great Britain, and his heirs male, the dignity of an Earl of Great Britain, by the name, (t
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

Arriv'J tbe Mails from Holland, France, an.i Fl. in Jen. Extrafl of a Letter from Genoa, May 4. **MgKs< - 's - "£ N the midft ofall the gaiety and plcafurc in <$• Js. wliich the Duke of York was feemingly 4&* " I •$> emerged during his flay in this city, it is *$• •&• confidentl
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
71 m FR I NT IX.Si r.,

71 m FR I NT IX.Si r.,

71 m FR I NT IX Si r., IN yonr Paper of the 14th of January, you fay, " Two " Writers of oppofit. Parties, with Roman Names, ?? but I fear without Roman Natures, fcem perfectly to " agree upon the Subjcift of the Militia." So did the People of Great - Britain, King, Lords, and Co
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IREL A N D

IREL A N D

Dublin, May sc. A few days before the departure of our Lord Lieutenant for England, a deputation trom the journeymen filk-wcavers waited on his Excellency, praying him to tranfmit thiir petition to his .Majelty, craving the afliftance of his royal wifdom, to prevent the illicit
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
tfedtiefday and Thurfdays Posts.

tfedtiefday and Thurfdays Posts.

(0- Arriv'd tbe Mails from Holland, and Flanders. From tbt LONDON GAZETTE, May 22. Naples, May j. f^f*slVssj£Fn* ** E man y fupplies of corn lately ar- rived at this port, have greatly lef- *"jk fened the diftreffes this city laboured jSUE. T _3L3t under for the want of bread ;
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England