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_, BANKRUPTS.

_, BANKRUPTS.

l nomas Cooke and Jofhua Cooke, of Holborn, London, Uphol- ders, Cabinet-miikers, and Copartner .. Edward Milles, of Oid- London, Surgeon and Apothecary, ivtatthew Maiher,of lellei . Nehemiah Champ.on, of the City of Briftol, Merchant. ?? Continuation of Mr. Anderfon's Hiftorica
12 May 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, May y.

LONDON, May y.

A new grand ftate coach, of curious workmanftiip, is finiihed, and brought home to the Queen's Palace, for the Prince of Wales and his brother, in which they are to take the air in the Gardens behind the Queen's Palace. It was made ufe of on Wednefday laft for the firft time. Th
8 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDES, May 8.

LEEDES, May 8.

The Hon. Sir George Savile's Battalion of Militia, is to be embodied in this Town on Monday next, in order to be trained and exerciied for 28 Days; and Colonel Thornton's Battalion, is to be embodied the fame Day, at York, agreeable to Advertifements in tins Paper. Each Battalio
8 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
_ot Revenue cafile angles -te almolt entirely ruined. The v ile t'K) catF up (tones of prodi- * pious hi-v,

_ot Revenue cafile angles -te almolt entirely ruined. The v ile t'K) catF up (tones of prodi- * pious hi-v,

A'liich lit ftroved abundance fpice plani ::ior,s. ,'hc (hock was as violent Nigria to- ; . th • Tea, but the damage was not fo coniider-’ ,e. Ihe earthquake was lefs violent the illes Pir'.iang and Roozengain. Mount Cjoenoeng.Vpv erumbied down in fever*! places, and is much fun
14 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
F. D I N 5? TJ R G H.

F. D I N 5? TJ R G H.

Extract from the Journal of an officer in the Eaft-In- dies, dated from fhe cantonments near Goretie, GClobn- raB, r 7 63. July 21. THE day be.'ore yefterday I received letters from my friends in England, which 1 read in face of 10,000 enemies ; 7000 of whom we fought yefterday,
9 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Kcfttfc not this Tri6e, your Title is clear,

Kcfttfc not this Tri6e, your Title is clear,

And Spcneci will vouch it, tiui a Year. Rink Stock, rtft r-h. Indi-i Stork, ryv »-h. India Amt. South Sea-Stock, ditto. Old South - Sea Annuities, ditto. New South- Sea Annuities, ty per Cent. Annuilies, >751, KwtuceJ biu< Three |<cr Cent. Sj-r-Sthsa St. liner t-lulrßank Annuiti
12 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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<<«♦ J>o{oojcof Jo Jd

<<«♦ satutDap'd Pott. From Lloyd’s Evninf P»ji of Friday Night. [Brought from London Exprcfs.J 7/.(i Day arrivfJite Mailt from Holland, Francs, and Flanoirs. ff 'ar/a%t.', A(ril 1 1 March a Detachment of Troops Kakokzym, '• and the Entry of teveral Squadrons ifito the Republic, h
12 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANK R U P T S.

BANK R U P T S.

Thomas Rothwell, of Bolton in the Moors, Lancafliire, Dealer.' To appear May zB, 29, and June 19, at the Royal Oak, in Mancncflcr. , . - . j. „ Frances Mac Namara, t)f Briftol, Marihsr and MeWhant. ; To •'■; appear May 14, 1;, and June 19, at the Bufli Tavern in Corn- flreet," B
11 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WE are aflured that Mr. B. Shappee, Praftitioner in Phyfic, Surgery, and Man-Midwifry, Who was Pupil under his Uncle Dr.

WE are aflured that Mr. B. Shappee, Praftitioner in Phyfic, Surgery, and Man-Midwifry, Who was Pupil under his Uncle Dr.

Shappee, in his Majcf(v’j Service 14 Years, now travels by an Act of Parliament; after 30 Years contlant and large Practice in a private as ru hlic Capacity, has acquired the Art of curing moll medicable Didempcrs incident to human nature. ; is allowed by all Surgeons that know
8 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Fortune proved not to be blind :

Fortune proved not to be blind :

IVith the Story of an avaricious Miller. THObF. Perfcns are themfelves blind, who delcribe Fortune without Sight. firft Rate Beauty ever had finer Eyes, or faw more clearly th* y who have no other Tiade but feekirg their Foirune, need never hope to find her; Coquet like, (he fl.
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England