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A D V E R T I SEMENTS. W Hereas, in the'nighr of the nth, or early in the morning

A D V E R T I SEMENTS. W Hereas, in the'nighr of the nth, or early in the morning

of the I:2th inftant, the garden of Mr. Wvvill, General-furveyor of Exciie, near Park-fide," on the Dalkeith ro3d from this city, was unlawfully entered into ; and fe- veral auriculas's were ftoien out of the flower- fhed j fome of which were tore out of the pots, and others car
19 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Ezra Waite, of Wellbank- Street, Middlefex, Builder aud Car- ver. John French, of Pope's Head Alley, London, Wine-Mer- chant. John Pare, of Bourn, Lincolnlhire, Mercer, Draper, and Grocer. Sarah Haflen, of Warrington, Laneafhire, Woollen- Draper and Milliner. Jonathan Sills, of
19 May 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, May 18.

LONDON, May 18.

Her Majclly, who has been for fome Days llightly inU fpoieJ with a Cold, is now perfettly recovered, and was Yefterday Court. Yefterday the Meeting the Proprietors of the Eaft-India Company at Merchant Faylor’s-Ilall, Debates ran high relating to the Appointment of Officers to f
19 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Extract" of a Letter from Dantzick, May 5.

Extract" of a Letter from Dantzick, May 5.

4t We are allured that the Ambafladors of Vienna and Verfailles have declared to the Prince Primate, that if, in the Diet of Convocation, the Count Poniatowsky fhguld obtain the Majority of Suffrages, their Courts would willingly confent to fee him mount the Throne ; and that to
18 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, May 12.

London, May 12.

Laft Wednelday an elegant Tent was pitched in the Queen's Gardens, in which theii Majefties drink Tea. Yefterday Morning Stephen Martin Leake, Elq Garter Principal King at Arms, together with his Son, belonging t' He-nld'* Ofticc, Doctors Commons, let out for Germany, ir veft hi
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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To all the Members of the Church of Christ, wherefoever difperfed. On Saturday, May 12, waspublijh'd, No. I. (Price only

To all the Members of the Church of Christ, wherefoever difperfed. On Saturday, May 12, waspublijh'd, No. I. (Price only

Four-pence) of The N E W STAMENT Of our Lord and Saviour Jefus Chriji, Primed at large: With proper Notes, and an Expotition of all the difficult Texts in the facred Volume, written in fo plain a Manner as to be adapted to all Capacities. Partly written by and printed, with the
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To the PRINTER,

To the PRINTER,

15. Le Petit Mars, a French advice boat, captain Fordriant, which failed from Martinico the beginning of January laff, was loft in the night between the 6th and yth paft, the bay of Guyen, near Corunna, the-xoaft of Spain. SIR: Obfervc the following paragraph 5s inferted in all
21 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E R D E E N JOURNAL, 1764.' 3. April 16. The prefcnt ftate of the per barrel. No drawback

E R D E E N JOURNAL, 1764.' 3. April 16. The prefcnt ftate of the per barrel. No drawback

t 6 be allowed on expormarine in this port, is 19 men of war from 60 to tation elfcwhere. 80 guns, befides five fine frigates, feven xebeques. Then follows thefc particular reftriilions with reand four fhips of the line which are not yet launched, gard to the importation. 4 fir*
21 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
6c SOL D,

6c SOL D,

COPYHOLD Messuage eftf Tinement, Stable and behind the lame, fituatc the upper Part of Chefter-U* ftrcct, in the Poflcffion of Mr Thomas Win {hip... As alfo a Front-ftcad, Btewhoufe, Stable, and Gar dan behind the fame, welt planted with proit Trees, utuatc at the Low Church-Cha
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

£arh. May 14. The great Difference Heat between hll Monday and Saturday, was obfervrd here j Degrees, by Farenheit’s Thermometer; Monday the Mercury Hood *8 Degrees, and on Saturday at 33. One Healyer, a Taylor at Twcrton, near this City, above 90 Years of Age, has cut fi ve Tee
19 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England