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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
 
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
 
Arrived the Mails fiom France.

Arrived the Mails fiom France.

From ihe London Gfizette, May if. Genoa, April 28. ?? X I S Republic!: has bid an embargo en all JL veflels, loaded wiih any fort of grain, that arrive in this port. Berlin, Al ay 5. On the cd inflant, in she even- in-;, his Pruflian Majefty came to Charlottenbourg, where he rem
19 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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SAT U R D

SAT U R D

SAT U R M, Mat We hear tbele few Days, the Rug of Praffia‘i and received frequent Coarien cokU*. that iopor. wnt Affitra are By Letter* bare Advice, that the Doke of York wa* vifited,'’ . by the Rbaiao Nobility, who were for cDtettaiaing him: Lady Spencer, tnfjMi Nobteinen aod Ge
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS

FOREIGN NEWS

Genoa, April 14, The Corhcans have laid fiege to Ballia. they take it, the Republie mull look upon the fovercignty of that ifland for ever loft. V'urfaw, April 2i. We look upon the Em«f Ruffia’s approaching journey Riga, to be particularly made with a veiwto be readier to direfl
19 May 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOL D,

To be SOL D,

Kc*u> the Hands of Mr, John H’hite, at Knightivick in the County of H'orcejter. AN exceeding fine Two Years Bay llorfc COLT, piir Slor, o\it a Fox Hunter Mare, Ilaiuls ami liicli high : Hi* Form ami Adion greatly lii|)»ilor to any Thing bred in Parts foi many Year* pall, allowed
19 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be LET T,

To be LET T,

Situate.i at Ftlkim in im a fine Spcrting County, near BufferJ-Drums Jomr MiUt from BurjorJ, ami from l.eehlade j Very commodious Manor Houfc, late in the of the Revcrcml iWliitficKl, : ConfiHing five Kooins on a Floor, with .1 Brewhoufe, convenient Outhouli s, a Stable, rnd Dov
19 May 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Bankrupt's Dividend to be made.

Bankrupt's Dividend to be made.

June 2, John Rayner, of Pulham St. Mary Magdalen, in the County of Norfolk, Grocer, at the Rampant Horfe in St. Ste- phen's in the City of Norwich.
19 May 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England