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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
 
Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

From the Evening Posts and Daily Papers, May a LONDON, May 24. THEY write from DVden the inft. tha; Prince Charles of Saxony, Duke of Courland’s declaring a Candidate for the Crown of Poland, was no longer a fccrct walked Puhlktiy i . ru.d ,ha Courts Vienna and Verfailles. They
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
 
By Authority of the KIN G’s Royal Patentr. The following approved Medicines are faithfully prepared, and fold wholefale by DICEY,

By Authority of the KIN G’s Royal Patentr. The following approved Medicines are faithfully prepared, and fold wholefale by DICEY,

OKELL, and Co. in LONDON. I*s Health one of the greateft Bleffings that attend Mankind, fo we (liould be extremely careful to purchale Medicines prepared by Men of Fortune and Veracity, which always have been known to anfwer the great and good Deligns of the Inventors : Medicine
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public.Office at Paris, dated May 14.

ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public.Office at Paris, dated May 14.

ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public Office at Paris, dated May 14. •* While your news writers are throwing out ran- dom Conjectures' on the prefent poflure of afl.iirs, your fideof the water, they know very little of what is doing here. They talk, indeed, of fome dif
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TD I N BUR GHi Printed for and by Walter Fuddiman, John Richardson and Company, "and (V-Un their P«"ntiug-koufc ia

TD I N BUR GHi Printed for and by Walter Fuddiman, John Richardson and Company, "and (V-Un their P«"ntiug-koufc ia

tkc Patliament-ciofe -, where Aiverti Temmts and Subfcrip ions are taken in.
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

ABERDEEN. ISEME NTS. fold by Roup on the 21ft June 1764., betwixt the Hours of three and four Afternoon, within the New Ikn of Aberdeen. THE Lands and Eft ate of Logit and Cbanriehill, ‘with the Miln, Multures, Ttends, Manfton Houfe, Gardens, and'whole Pertinents thereof, lying
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A L. 176 50 : I Road from Banff to Huntly, where there is great Con. ; 10 leniency of

A L. 176 50 : I Road from Banff to Huntly, where there is great Con. ; 10 leniency of

Stone for building, the Place will be plen| tifully lupplied with Water, and the Feuars can be accommodated with Firing from the Mofs of Auchentoul; the Feu Duty is to be five Pence per Rood yearly, and the Feuars will alfo be accommodated with Grafs or Corn Ground, mpre or lefs
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland