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Copy of a letter ftm an Officer of the fourth Regiment of.Foot, dated St. Vincent, cjm, 25, 1764.

Copy of a letter ftm an Officer of the fourth Regiment of.Foot, dated St. Vincent, cjm, 25, 1764.

Copy of a letter ftm an Officer of the fourth Regiment of Foot, dated St. Vincent, c jm, 25, 1764. " The Ifland of St. Vincent is almoft a Defart; very woody and mountainous. The French Inha- bitants, who are fettled in different Parts to the Leeward, pollefs the lefs confiderabl
18 May 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A Prophecy from MerlinV Cave. WHEN proud St. Andrew rules the Roaft, And Scotland is St. James's Toaft j When

A Prophecy from MerlinV Cave. WHEN proud St. Andrew rules the Roaft, And Scotland is St. James's Toaft j When

poor St. George, our Patron true, Mourns in Diigrace his fav'rite Biue; When dull St. Patrick, whtm they fleece, Fit ft cenlures, then approves their Peace j When falfe St. Dennis, once in Awe Of Englifh Spirit, gives the Law Wheh double Yorks together ftiine At holy Paul and Pe
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, May 8. Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders Ltjbsn , Apr:) 18. THE great Scarcity Corn Italy has not yet otherwife affefled this County, than to detertnine the Minif(ers to prevent as much as poflibfc the Extraction of Corn from hence, an
15 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STOCKPORT RACES, . ON TueJdaj s-.th,D«y of7«(t will ton for, 1. ~c. four Years old, that ncvu won < ■

STOCKPORT RACES, . ON TueJdaj s-.th,D«y of7«(t will ton for, 1. ~c. four Years old, that ncvu won < ■

{Matches excepted) Bft. the bell three two Ml On Wtdnefiay the nth. will ton for, 501. Give . Take, 14 Hands aged, to carry 911. higher or lower, c igh in Proportion, allowing 71b. for every k-ar under fevec, tit; keft of three four Mile Heats. On Thnrjday the 12th, will be run
15 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Vi.. To (Mbit every to fotm Opinio* of ihi Eiefutioa and Embclliflimcati ibi* Woik, Number I. may lead gratis, sod

Vi.. To (Mbit every to fotm Opinio* of ihi Eiefutioa and Embclliflimcati ibi* Woik, Number I. may lead gratis, sod

remised, not approved, vll rb* Naim* ot the Snblciibcr* will be posted at the End of the Wotk. VIU. The Maps ate executed the mod eminent Geogtapbetr. Ta lit tOIUC. If tmfider man aj inhabitant thi earth, ai bti endued with cmneftty, member patty, and at net'tied by etmmtrct, an
15 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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
 
ABERDEEN: Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

ABERDEEN: Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

21 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
not to be removed from me, 1 humbly fubmit to thy will, O God, in whom truft.” Jia/i, May 7.

not to be removed from me, 1 humbly fubmit to thy will, O God, in whom truft.” Jia/i, May 7.

Yellerday during the time of the execution of Thomas Uflier, and within tight of the gallows, a highwayman, well mounted, ilopt two ladies in poft-chaift Durdham-down, and robbed them offivegui-' neas and a gold watch; after which he had the impudence to come through the turnpik
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
7hit Day is fubltjhtd. Price 2s. bound.

7hit Day is fubltjhtd. Price 2s. bound.

7 hit Day is fubltjhtd. Price bound. THE SYREN; Or, the Young Gentleman and Lady’s VOCAL COMPANION. Being felefl Collection of the neweft and tnoft favourite Englifli Songs, which have been fet to Mufic, and at the Theatres, Vauxhall, Maijhonc, Ranclagh, SadlerVWclU, ami other po
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To h SOL D .

To h SOL D .

SOL . FREEHOLD ESTATE, fituate Eacmwick. Parilh of Heddon on the Wall, in the Couoty ol coofifttng 10} nch Aiable Meadow, and Paftute Ground, welt and ineloled, Ivina wiibiu a Mile and Half Draw-kiln Lime, and two Miles and a no * thepccupidcion and BowdcPo and pays Modus for Hay
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England