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YORK MAY MEETING. 1764.

YORK MAY MEETING. 1764.

Tuefilay laft, the Fom -years-old Plate of 501. was won by Mr. Ellciket's bay Colt, Lottery — — 4 1I 1 I Mr. Hutton's bay Colt 1 — . x aJ * I Mr. Lifter's hay Colt, Ormond ■ «— 5 3| 3 | Mr. Forflei's bay Colt — — — — ■ 3 4 | dr. Mr. We._tworth*s bay Filly, Fortune, by Lot a dr.
15 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Stockport, April MR. ROYLE, late Papil Mr. Dellermain, in the Caftle of Dublin, Begs leave to acquaint the Gentlemen and

Stockport, April MR. ROYLE, late Papil Mr. Dellermain, in the Caftle of Dublin, Begs leave to acquaint the Gentlemen and

Ladies, that he propofes to open School on Mondap the 14th of Map, at the Sign of the Sun, in Stockport, wherein will be tanght the Art Dancing, in the moft fmoothcfl and genteeleft Method now praftifed in the politeft Schools England. Such Gentlemen and Ladies are pleafed to fa
1 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, At the Sign of the Hat and Bhaver, the upper Ei.d of the Market-Place, B.iTH,

THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, At the Sign of the Hat and Bhaver, the upper Ei.d of the Market-Place, B.iTH,

MAkes and fells all Sorts of Hats, Wholefale and Retail. Likewife Ladies black and white Beavers, and black and white ditto for young Gentlemen, both rough and plain. Whoever buys Hats of him may depend on their keeping out the Rain, and holding their Colour to the laft. N. B. H
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
' 11 ' [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] J' Ts for v,: l> .. r iii« oVi(r>lnt»»lv a miwh more exttnfive

' 11 ' [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] J' Ts for v,: l> .. r iii« oVi(r>lnt»»lv a miwh more exttnfive

Circulation than any other in the City; and coufequently greater Number of Readers, and more beneficial of: * bit Mr cXll, Britiol Mr. Colli*, Saiifcury , %x. Jackfon? Oxford; Mr. Raikes, at Glouctfter Mr.Goadby, at er\ r\°f C ls a/Rriilpfcwater ■ Mrs Chuulklin, and Mr. is, at T
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, May 17.

Bath, May 17.

Arriv'd here, Lord and Lady Blefllngton, Lord Dormer, Sir John Davie and Lady, Capt. Gaf* kins, Mr. and Mrs. riamley, Mr. and Mrs. Lefter, Mr. anJ Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Waltham, Mr. and Mrs. Gouge, Mr. and Mrs. Henderfon, Mr. and Mrs. Trent, Mr. and Mrs.
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
"KJOW Selling, un3erJPrime-cpft, the STOCK in TRADE of WILLIAM OWENS, Bankrupt) the Burrough- Walls, oppofite Cock-Latie, Bath : Confiding of

"KJOW Selling, un3erJPrime-cpft, the STOCK in TRADE of WILLIAM OWENS, Bankrupt) the Burrough- Walls, oppofite Cock-Latie, Bath : Confiding of

Mercery, Linen Drapery, and Lace, N. The Goods will be fold much under the fuft Coft, Aflignees being determined to finifh the Sale very foon. And enter'd upon the firft Day of July next, for one Year certain, compleatly and elegantly furnilhed, A LARGE Subftantial Well-built Fr
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
be SOLD, * the Sear Inn, a gentee 5 \ptl { ' MARE, Six Years old » £ J high,

be SOLD, * the Sear Inn, a gentee 5 \ptl { ' MARE, Six Years old » £ J high,

warranted found.—-® j], does all har Paces TUST imported, and the Proprietors, at r " joining to the ump-RoonH fortment of Mmionet and S jt 'At Gauzes and Modes of all - 1 \, Ribbons, Hats and Cloa* Beads and Garnets, and a. )( and Millenery Goods, „ w ff ll / N. B. The Propriet
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Providence : An allegorical poem. In three books. By John ??? M. A. 4. 8d. feed. Burnet.

Providence : An allegorical poem. In three books. By John ??? M. A. 4. 8d. feed. Burnet.

TO enlarge the hounds of human knowledge, to embellifh and illuflxate moral and philofophical truths, and inereafe the influence Virtue, adding to her charms, is the peculiar proviiue of Genius. Poflibly this was the original of the Supreme Wifdom, in creating throughout the hum
1 May 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ERDEEN JOURNA Size, proper for any ordinary Farmer, befides feveral Ploughing and other Utenfils. THAT Alexander Gordon of Auchentonl is

ERDEEN JOURNA Size, proper for any ordinary Farmer, befides feveral Ploughing and other Utenfils. THAT Alexander Gordon of Auchentonl is

refolved to Feu out a Part of his Eftate, to form Village near the Houfe of Auchentoul, on the High Road from Banff to Huntly, where there is great Conveniency of Stone for building, the Place will be plentifully fupplied with Water, and the Feuars can be accommodated with Firin
14 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Marlborough Races, 1764.

Marlborough Races, 1764.

TO be Run for on Marlborough in the County of Wilts, on Tuclday the nth June nest, a Purfe of 501. (given the Gentlemen the County) by any Hotfe, Marc or Gelding, cairy eight Stone (even Pounds Weight, Bridle and Saddle included, twice round for a Heat, the beft of three Heats.
26 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England