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I o^oojjoojjocjjocjo Mr. WARREN and Comp. Humbly beg Leave to acquaint The NOBILITY and GENTRY of Great-Britain and Ireland, That

I o^oojjoojjocjjocjo Mr. WARREN and Comp. Humbly beg Leave to acquaint The NOBILITY and GENTRY of Great-Britain and Ireland, That

the under-mcntion'd Articles are prepar'd and lo'd him at the Golden-Fleece, in Marybone-Street, Golden-Square, London and at their Perfume-Shop in Orange-Grove, Bath, and by no one elfe in the Kingdom, viz. '"pHE QUEEN'S Royal Marble Walh-Balls, never yet equalled in Europe for
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LE COURAdNT.

LE COURAdNT.

NT, in Pilgrim-Jireety Newcastle upon Tyne. t Mdcclxiy. dll tbt Mtmbtrs the Church of Chrift. wberefoever difperfed. This Doj Pubhjbtd, No L (Price oaly foui'pence) of The NEW TESTAMENT Lo and Savi°>uß°jVs US CHRIST, ~ Prrorod *» •mge: with Note*, so Espoiiiioo all oiCcalf Teat*
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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19 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ta fa SOL D,

Ta fa SOL D,

On Tbutfday the a+th of May neat, in public Sale or Roup, at Glendiniog, in Eskdale, in iheFaii&of Flcftetkitk, and Shetiff- doiu of Dumftiet, THE whole STOCK of SHEEP, upon the faid Farm, being the Fiopaity McSi* John Uanifon and William Tenants thetcof, confifting of neat 1400
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 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
 
To tie PRINTER.

To tie PRINTER.

Sir, I Obferved in your Papers a fhort time fince a lift of the races at Newmarket, where our fporting Nobility and Gentry refort with an intention of prey ingone upon another, and where they praftile fo much true policy, dexterity, and fiaeffe, either to win a match, or hedge o
15 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
mi\Ws ps9f«

mi\Ws ps9f«

?? ps9f« From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, fyc. May 19. refierday arrived the MAILS \nm France, Holland and Flanders. Genoa, Apil 29. BY a VelTel from Corfica, which was obliged, by bad Weather, to put into Savona, we learn, that the Rebels have made great Ra
18 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

New-Turk, April 9. Sir William Johnfon has re- ceived Advice ofthe Succefs of a Party often friend Indians falling in with a Party of nine Dela wares laft Month, on the Frontiers of Pennfylvania, directing their Courfe againlt fome Settlements, and finging their War Songs ; upon
18 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England