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TURNPIKE ROAD from tke City Durham . to T T N BRIDGE. _ Gat ciokau t Apiil JO. I7<4* 1

TURNPIKE ROAD from tke City Durham . to T T N BRIDGE. _ Gat ciokau t Apiil JO. I7<4* 1

AT • MEETING of Thirty-two of the TRUSTEES, nominated and-appointed to in Eaecn* tion the of Pailiumcnt fot repairing the Hid Road, purfuant to ATijourumeat, at ibc Hourc of Mil Saub Huntley, Gatefbcad, tbit jotb Day of April, 1764. K ttOLT en, Tbar it it the Opinion of theTtuft
12 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, May it.

LONDON, May it.

We hear there is now a Scheme on Foot to bring Salmon alive this Summer from Scotland, by Means of Veflels properly conftrufted for that Purpofe. We learn from Naples, that a Squadron has been fent from thence to efcort fuch Ships as are laden with Grain, and bound for that &)rt
11 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Chltfluft! P*.*w.

Chltfluft! P*.*w.

Chltfluft! ?? From the Whitehall, General, and other Evas IKb Papers, &c. May 15. Tfbis Day arrived a MAIL from Holland. • • ;r Hamburgh, May 9. ACCORDING to private Letters from Poland, a numerous Army of Horfe, Foot, and Dragoons, with a complete Train of Artillery, will fpeedi
11 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
5703-SPRING MEETING

5703-SPRING MEETING

Noblemen and Gentlemens Great Sudfcription. Lord Bute's dun horfe, Treasurer jft Lord Holland's black horfe, Paymaste r 2d Lord Halifax's brown mare, Falconer 3d Sir F. DafijwQod's forrel H. Redsti^eak 4th Duke of Newcastle's grey horfe Smuggler, aged, fell lame in runnifig. Mar
12 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEWCASTLE, May 12.

NEWCASTLE, May 12.

Saturday laft one James Lowry, fliocmakti, belonging Grid, in Fifeflitre, was cc-inmittcd to Newgate ' the Right Worfliipful the Mayor, take his trial the next aflizes, for breaking into St Andrew's church in this town, and ftcaling therefrom the linings pews.—.He is about years
12 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
(ctdeHnmt Mtmtty.

(ctdeHnmt Mtmtty.

( Num. 661 j] Ed'inbtdrgh, Monday, Alay ~ 14, 1764. r 251 1
14 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
General Pofl-office, Edinburgh,\April 24, 1764.

General Pofl-office, Edinburgh,\April 24, 1764.

General Pofl-office, Edinburgh, \April 24, 1764. PUblic notice is hereby given, that, by an act ?? this laft feflions of parliament, entitu- !ed, v An aft for preventing frauds and abufes in relation to the, fending and receiving of let- ters 3nd packets free from the duty dl pof
14 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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12 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The latl Claufe of this Motion being llrongly eppofed, the Qucftion was put, whether it Ihould left out; and on

The latl Claufe of this Motion being llrongly eppofed, the Qucftion was put, whether it Ihould left out; and on

the Shew of Hands it was declared, that there was a Majority lor leaving out the Claufe about preferring the Major to fecond in Command at Bengal; whereupon a Divilion was demanded, and on calling up the Numbers there were For leaving out the Claufe, - Againlt it, ..... 180 Afte
12 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England