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30 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CREDITORS ROBERT CLARK, and THOMAS EDWARD CLARK, 1 ate of Burnigili the County of Durham, arc defiled meet the Alligncts

CREDITORS ROBERT CLARK, and THOMAS EDWARD CLARK, 1 ate of Burnigili the County of Durham, arc defiled meet the Alligncts

of the Eftate and of the fa id Robert Clark and Thomas Ed ward Clark, at the Houfe of Mr Hayes, Innkec per, in Durham, on Tuefday the Tenth Day of July 1764, at Two o’clock in the Afternoon, on fpecial Adairs.
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WHEREAS «n ACT PARLI AMENT paflcJ the laft Seffionj Parliament, imitlcd, M for dividing i,,- a certain Moor or Common,

WHEREAS «n ACT PARLI AMENT paflcJ the laft Seffionj Parliament, imitlcd, M for dividing i,,- a certain Moor or Common,

in the Tomajhip of Crook and Billy Row, within the of Braacepeth, in the County Palatine of Durham, it was, and is amongft other things cnadted, that the faid Common lliuuld, on before the fir# Day of January, One thotiland feven hundred and lixty-lix, or foon alter conveniently
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Arrived the malls from France, Holland and Flanders.

Arrived the malls from France, Holland and Flanders.

From the London Gazette, June 26. Algiers, J '/ne 4. ~\TE STER DA V Commodore Harrifon, in j[ the Centurion, failed from hence to Mahon, alter three weeks ftay here. In the evening, the veflel bound for Portfmouth, having on board his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York's horfes, pu
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ExtraCl of a Letter from the Granadoes.

ExtraCl of a Letter from the Granadoes.

*■« Many of the French, who remained here af- ter the peace, have already fold their plantations to Englifh ?? at a very high price : moft of the purclulers are gentlemen from Jamaica and the Leeward-iftands, an d others are daily arriving fot the lame purpofe: It may feeni ftra
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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ExtraCt of a Utter from a gentleman at Klngfclure.in Hants, June 24.

ExtraCt of a Utter from a gentleman at Klngfclure.in Hants, June 24.

ExtraCt of a Utter from a gentleman at Klngfclure in Hants, June 24. " Yeftcrday we hail a very dreadful ftorm of hail, with incelfant thunder, from one to two ?? clock in the afternoon. The hail, which came down at firft unufu-ally large, foon increafed to the fizc of marbles, a
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TAMES BAYNE takes this opporruni- •l ty of acquainting Noblemen, Gentlemen, and others, that as he has had a long

TAMES BAYNE takes this opporruni- •l ty of acquainting Noblemen, Gentlemen, and others, that as he has had a long

tract: of expe* riencein planning and laying out of wardens, bo** boofe* for pine apples, hot walls for forcing grapes, -with policies in the modern tafte, &c- -having given fatisfaclion to the Noblemen and Gentlemen he was fo happy to ferve both i a Scotland and England, encour
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
B. Foreign New s.

B. Foreign New s.

I. Carthagena, May 22. The eight Xebecks belonging to this Department, on the 16th came in Sight ofa Ship with red Colours, wluch they took for an Algerine, and by crow- ding Sail came up with her; when they came within Gun- shot they hoitted their Colours j and fired a Gun to b
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
D.FOREIG N N E W S,

D.FOREIG N N E W S,

1. Naples, May 29. A great Number of the Inhabitants of this Kingdom, having been fupported, during the Famine, by umvholfome Food, a great Mortality has been occafioned. Beth private Houfes and Hofpitals are filled with Sick; and thofe who attend them arc fcarce able to give th
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PRIVATE ADVICES.

PRIVATE ADVICES.

5. fetters jrom Geneva advife, that tbe principal Authors efthe Troubles at Lucern bad been put to Dsath. 'tke Sieur Schumacher Son to the Treafurer, was beheaded tbere on the 6th oj June. 6. They write from War faw, that the General Count Pottiatow-fti and the Ruffian General D
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England