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SHIP NEWS. . Deal. Arrived the Memorial Pu from Newfoundland, and remains ia» Widow’s Stuart, for Wales. GracejetJ. Pafljrd the

SHIP NEWS. . Deal. Arrived the Memorial Pu from Newfoundland, and remains ia» Widow’s Stuart, for Wales. GracejetJ. Pafljrd the

Peaes-maler», O’Blunder, from our New Bidiaft: iW'Cßwnoinj’, Bmbonc*>
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
%^t LEEDES JnteUrgencer.

%^t LEEDES JnteUrgencer.

| Vol. X. J TUESDAY, May z 9i 1764 N° s*B, Printed by GRIFFITH WRIG H T, at New- Street-End*
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S anl SATURDAY'S POSTS

FRIDAY'S anl SATURDAY'S POSTS

lit me, April 2?. ScJB Esi dcs the wine which the Duke of York */ r ?? has cm fed to be embarked for tlte King of ?? ** fa Great Britain, his brother, his Royal High ?? nefi has (ent his Majefty 12 white peacocks, fomc fine cedar plant?, and a che ft of citron Wafer. This Prince
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Arrved the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Arrved the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

From the London Gazette, May 26. Arnnjuez, May 7. Mlfafli, a Colonel in this fervice, is appointed . Governor of New Orleans, and will pro- bably be very loon fent thither. Venice, May 11, The Auftrian government in Iftria has opened a free communication with the Venetian Iftria
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDI NyßUfik G If; Printed for andby Walter RuDdiman, John Richardson and Company, . and fold n i rheir Piinting-houfe

EDI NyßUfik G If; Printed for andby Walter RuDdiman, John Richardson and Company, . and fold n i rheir Piinting-houfe

iu ; the Parliament-c]ofe ; where Advzriifements and Sui>Jcri£ijsm arc taken in.
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Orkney lift of fldtpbing-.

May 1 6. Sailed from Stroninefs, the William and James, Smith, from Bergen, for Bel fa ft ; the Expedition of Aberdour, Thomfon, for Green. ck ; the Maiquis of Lorn, Morifon, from Mull, for Leith -, the Frederick, Maclean, from Fort William, for Invcrnefs; the Jean, Rollaine, fr
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

Arriv'J tbe Mails from Holland, France, an.i Fl. in Jen. Extrafl of a Letter from Genoa, May 4. **MgKs< - 's - "£ N the midft ofall the gaiety and plcafurc in <$• Js. wliich the Duke of York was feemingly 4&* " I •$> emerged during his flay in this city, it is *$• •&• confidentl
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
71 m FR I NT IX.Si r.,

71 m FR I NT IX.Si r.,

71 m FR I NT IX Si r., IN yonr Paper of the 14th of January, you fay, " Two " Writers of oppofit. Parties, with Roman Names, ?? but I fear without Roman Natures, fcem perfectly to " agree upon the Subjcift of the Militia." So did the People of Great - Britain, King, Lords, and Co
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PERJURY A-la-mode. A Cantata. Recitative. HAPPY the Rogue (whate'er betide) Can gain proud Midas on his Side j need not

PERJURY A-la-mode. A Cantata. Recitative. HAPPY the Rogue (whate'er betide) Can gain proud Midas on his Side j need not

fear the triple Tree, _ If but well (kill'd in Perjury. For ah the Times are alter'd quite, Right now is Wrong, and Wrong is Right he Scales are crack'd, the Sword is broke, And Jujlict is a (landing Joke ! I R. 10-vilj Lafs to a Friar came. If in the Courts your Suit depend, Or
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Country Intelligence.

Country Intelligence.

Oxford, May 26. On Monday laft mad Dog was fiiot in one of the Streets ihis City, and the Day following another. A Boy, and feveral Dogs, had been bit by the firlt. Yelterday one John Smith, of this City, better known the Name of Flefhy Jack, by Trade Butcher, was committed to P
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England