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lAanebeJler, Mtfjrzi, Do&orßyrom’s Method of Short-Hand 1> now from own Papers for :he Prefs, and )rtiy will be piblifh’d '-y

lAanebeJler, Mtfjrzi, Do&orßyrom’s Method of Short-Hand 1> now from own Papers for :he Prefs, and )rtiy will be piblifh’d '-y

hi Executors The Terms of Puolicarion, wn. fome Account of the Work, will Toon be made ktvwn. Bit mis Aj>ertifemcnt is now given prevent the Pjn.ic being rnpofed upon by iny fmrepmious imperteft EJ'tion. London, Lcicrfter, Nottingham, and Derby Fiving Machines, BEGUN Mm 21, 1764
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

Edinburgh, May 16. Yefterday the Juftices of the Peace for the (hire of Perth met in their quarter- feflions, when a plan and cftimate for a bridge over the river Tay at Perth, by Mr. Sineaton, being laid before them, they refolved to meet at Perth the 23d inftant, in order to c
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTRY.NEWS

COUNTRY.NEWS

COUNTRY. NEWS Ne-x-eajllc, May 19. John Ord, Efq; fon of Lord Chief Huron Ord, of the Exchequer, in Scotland, ancl Chancellor of Durham, is prefentcd by the Kilhop of Durham, to the Mafterfliip of Grantham Hofpital in that oounty, worth yool. per arm. Monday was married at Hart,
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
 
To be S 0» the tlth Day Jun« »«'. at tbt •f Marfctt, l lniWn the Sign if tbt Roebuck,

To be S 0» the tlth Day Jun« »«'. at tbt •f Marfctt, l lniWn the Sign if tbt Roebuck,

in Rochdut*, in the Conn-6. LincaUer, between tbt Hours of two uni fix o'Che kin tbi //term**, *f*» J* elf 4rm tu fiall bt tbtn and then agreed ton, Freehold Eftate fitoate in Woil/lenbilme , in the County aforefaid, known by the Name of the M a fcmt Miles from Rochdale afoiefai
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
STOCKPOItT RACES. ~6 , "S '?" ** «• <«• U MjrHoffe, Ac lour Years old, tha: never won col (Ma[obes«anptcd>nnpag

STOCKPOItT RACES. ~6 , "S '?" ** «• <«• U MjrHoffe, Ac lour Years old, tha: never won col (Ma[obes«anptcd>nnpag

ft. (he belt three two Heat*. On Weinejiay the nth, •will be for, 501. Give and Take, 14 Hands aged, to carry 9ft. higher or lower. Weight in Proportion, allowing 71b. for every Year under (even th» bell of three four Mile Heata. Ibu'JAay. the lath, will ran for, free for five a
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
WE are aflured that Mr. B. Sh*ppee, Phyfic, Surgery, and Man Who was Pupil under his Uncle Dr, Shappie, in

WE are aflured that Mr. B. Sh*ppee, Phyfic, Surgery, and Man Who was Pupil under his Uncle Dr, Shappie, in

h‘s Majef Service 14 Years, now travels by ah Aft Parliament» and a'tcr 3d Years conftant and '.are Praftice in a private well as public Capacity, has acquired the art of curing moll medicable Diftempcrs human nature. He allowed all Surgeons that know him, be the won der of the
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England