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Alfo io be L E T,

Alfo io be L E T,

Alfo L E T, The HOUSCwhich 'be Mr Mills lived in, wiib ogi-accuftomed Shop, and all Conveniebciei for carrying on an exrcnlive Trader The be eoieted into Maniam-as next but if any Perlbn iuelites putchafa all the Shop Good*, they may enter into the Houfc and Bufinels opmediate 'E
2 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
*0 he LErr, or SOLD,

*0 he LErr, or SOLD,

LErr, or SOLD, And filtered on at Larv-Day next; Bull and Bell Inn, fituared in the Market-Place, Wantage being very coinmocliour, anil good-accnilomed Houfe, lately in the Occupation Mr*. Dawfon, dcccafeJ ; confuting ot five Rooms on a Floor, good Cellar*, exceeding good Stablin
2 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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Prom LLOYD'S British Chroniclb, June a, Petersburg, (Rujfid) April 20. THE Treaty between her Majefty the Emprefs of x Ruflia and the King of Pruffia, Which was figned the 13th Inftant, is not yet publilhed ; butthusmuch of it has tranfpired: 1. A Defenfive Alliance, arid a fole
1 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To be S O I, H, A FREEHOLD ESTATE, fituate at Moor Ailerton, in the Paiifti of Leedes, confining ol

To be S O I, H, A FREEHOLD ESTATE, fituate at Moor Ailerton, in the Paiifti of Leedes, confining ol

a ge Mi Ullage, now divided into two Dwellinj-H ufef, a l.ige M.dt Kiln wcil watered, good Grannies, and .tl.er Outbuild- ings ihcieiinin helonging j alfo Eleven Cloic. ol Land, con- t.lining by Kdinvition Twenty ejght Acres, Kn^ contiguous to the laid MtlUiage | with an ?? Ci-n
5 June 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
London, May 31.

London, May 31.

It is faid that their Majelties will relide Weeks this Summer at Hampton-Court Palace, on Account of its Neighbourhood to Richmond, where the young Princes are to be. Their Majefties were Tuefday Noon at Vaux- Hall Gardens near Hour, and exprefied the higheft Satistadtion while
7 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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WEDNESDAY POST. No Foreign Mails this Poft. NAVAL AFFAIRS. From the Ertglifh Papers, May 24. Extra of a Utter from

WEDNESDAY POST. No Foreign Mails this Poft. NAVAL AFFAIRS. From the Ertglifh Papers, May 24. Extra of a Utter from

toe Grenadoes. HE trade of this place , is more confiderable than could be cxpe£led in infant fettlcment.Oreat numbers of Englifh daily arrive here,both from Europe and America ; provifions are very plenty, by rea(bn of the fhips refortinghere from Virginia and New England, with
4 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CARLISLE RACES.

CARLISLE RACES.

On Wcdncfday the 301. for four-year old. was won by Mr Coulfon’s bay colt, Royal George * Mr Dunn’s roll. Skim 14* Mr Barker’s bay colt, Hazard 3 3 Mr Hcwctfon’s bay colt, Young Gentle 4 » dr. Mr Curwcn’s bay lilly * dr. Mr Buchanan’s chefnut colt, 3 dr. On Thurfday die iol. fot
2 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

I. That each Nuihlkt of this Work fliall contain thirty-fix Pages clofe Print on a very line Piper. 11. That the whole will be compromized forty Numbers, making four handfome I’ocketVolumes. 111. The fird Number, adorned with beautiful Frontifpiece, was lately pubJilhed, (Price
2 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

. * the pox, and on inocu- l 9 for the Pastor volunteers t 1 Gen.Conway'sdifmiffionattribujW to parliamentary conduct 301- An"l= ?0 3- His difrniflion to Mr Q ' S 301 • Accufed ingratitude and V'oufnefs ox. Gen. Monckton's ac- j ' tta l ib. Charges againft the minority .j A lett
1 June 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Freeman, a widow gentlewoman great fortune. A few days before her death, walked to the White-Conduit-Houfe, and repeated one of

Freeman, a widow gentlewoman great fortune. A few days before her death, walked to the White-Conduit-Houfe, and repeated one of

Mr Pope's ethic epiftles, without the leaft miftake or impediment. P. S. July 9. At his feat of Cullen-houfe, the th year of his age, James Ogiivie, Earl of Hndlater and Seafield, Vice-Admiral of Scotland, and one of the truftees for managing the torfeited eflatcs annexed [xvii.
1 June 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland