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To be SOL D,

To be SOL D,

To be SOL OnThurfday the 24th of ttijl. in pul Sale cr at Glendiaing in F.jkdalc, in the PjriJh of IVejierkirk and Sheriffdom of Dumfries t THE Whole OCK ofSHEFP upon the Paid Farm, being the Property of Mcff. John liarrifon and William Tenants thereof; fling near and Cimmcrs, wi
12 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
E I G R A M, o.i tit ftUttt Migralhr. rtUiintti Ci.imaiem L’ic'ny, tbf Atv. tvJJ.W t/j; WHEN faction was

E I G R A M, o.i tit ftUttt Migralhr. rtUiintti Ci.imaiem L’ic'ny, tbf Atv. tvJJ.W t/j; WHEN faction was

loud, and when parties ran high, and Liberty join’d the cry) Grief cf Gritjs, ia the m dit the. fray. Religion and Liber.y both ran away. P G M. THEY ouitc brave Cpnwiy’s cafe, Who his treatment hard vug plaialy’s a r t DffniJJim's re-v/itd.
12 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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12 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A Surprising Account of the Sudden Effect of Fear in a Deserter.

A Surprising Account of the Sudden Effect of Fear in a Deserter.

GEorge Grochantzy, a Polander, who had as a Soldier the Service the King of uilia, dcfertcd during the latt Warj a (mall Party was in Purfuit him, and, whei. He leaft fufpe&ed it, they furprized hiin finging and dancing among Company of Peafants, who were got 'ogrther in Inn, an
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, May 5.

London, May 5.

Anew grand State Coach, of curious Workmanfhip, is finiihed, and broughr Home to the Queen's Palace, for the Prince of Wales and his Brother, which they are to take the Air in the Gardens behind the Queen's Palace. It was made 011 Wednefday laft for the Time. Part a Letter from
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
B a N k r upj'b D 1 V.i beN 0. jfo be made. . -

B a N k r upj'b D 1 V.i beN 0. jfo be made. . -

1 Juiie 1 5, ' John MidcUeton, of Norwich, Merchant, at the Maid's Head in St. Simon and Jnde's, Norwich.
12 May 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E. L O N D ON, Friday Morning. Mar, ir.

E. L O N D ON, Friday Morning. Mar, ir.

-1. On Mondaymext corns: on to be tmed, Mtthe Kings-Bench. *T%fli.Hiiilf, the &ial of ihe ?? EjU for Perjury fome fifme ftnemn the murt ofCommjn-fkleQs> I ?? It •§&* Ycfle+day current jywq<»hrd,*tkat' Br Right Rev. tbe Lord Bifhop of London was dead, at his Houfe at Fulham. 3 .
12 May 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Bath, May 8. Yeflerday dttriitp the Time «f theExecutiun of Thomas Udtcr. tad within Sight the Gallows, a Highwayman well mounted, bopped two Ladies in a I’oll- Chaife, on Durdham Down, ami robbed them of Five Guineas and a Gold Watch after which be had the Impudence to come thr
12 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SO LD,

TO BE SO LD,

TO BE SO CEvcral Parcels of I reehoU Land, in the Common Fields, and Common Mca-- dow» of Hampton, in the County Oxfoid, of the Yearly Value of iSI. Ea<|i<lre of Mr. Fo:<, Grocer in Hampton; or Mr. Stephens, Attorney in Kcr.cjt, Oxfordlhirc. Tins Day is Publidied, frinttd in /mal
12 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
UCfje LEEDES 3nttllist\mt*

UCfje LEEDES 3nttllist\mt*

f Vol.. X. ] TUESDAY, May 8, 1764 N° 5^ Printed hy GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at N*w-Strees-Evd.
8 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England