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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
 
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
 
xtradi of a Letter from Embden, April 25.

xtradi of a Letter from Embden, April 25.

•- Our Monarch, who is ever assensive to the ol his loyal fubjecls, U determined to re-efta- ihe trade that was carried on between this . ; .-.d Canton in China, and the Afiatic compa- ?? will foon, under fuch pasronage, make a brilliant
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINB U B C H.

EDINB U B C H.

En trad rf a letter Jrom London, May 24. " Some letters from Petersburg! fay, thai a body of Tartars have entered the Ruffian Ukraine, by or- der of the Grand Signior, and that they wiif loon- be followed by an army of Turks, the deiign of which is vaibnifly conjeclured. It is r
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONDAY, May 28, 1764.

MONDAY, May 28, 1764.

wares and Shawanefe ftill flood out, and had not made any overtures of peace : feveral of the northern tribes of Indians had made offers of their (ervice and afliftanceto Sir William, and it was hoped, by the plan then concerting, the war would foon be finifhed, even though the
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL, 1764:

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL, 1764:

aifift them,.and among thefe we made an i/ntncnfc flau.;htef but their numbers were lo great, that in fpite of ail oppofition, they plundered our houfes of almoll etery thing we had. Altho* we had repulfed the enemy fo conlVJerably, yet before the even the officers reported, tha
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tea, and fomc Caftile and Dutch foap.

tea, and fomc Caftile and Dutch foap.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. From the Englijh Papers, May 19 THERE are fome letters from Conftantinople, which Teem to menace Ruffia with declaration war the part ot the Grand Senior. 2. The laft letters from Warfaw affert, that the vanguard of the Ruffian troops was arrived within f
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland