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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Robert Tayler, of St. Giles's in the Fields, Middlefex, Grocer Henry Cole, cf ihe City of Briftol, Baker. Tho. Brownbill and MaVy Syers, Widow, ©f Liverpool, Lancafhire, Brewers and Part- ners. John BwTc-n, of Wellington, Shropshire, Mercer. Wm Antrobus, of Northwich, Chefhire,
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
(iveral Circumdances theie Reafon to think, that the Court of Berlin ji I* *f $ * ln; - tttents, with

(iveral Circumdances theie Reafon to think, that the Court of Berlin ji I* *f $ * ln; - tttents, with

refnefl the lcil ' on °f * King of ». tn.'Si « lastd, with the Ottoman Porte, well Meant of his Miniiler Cot.rtaminople, by that of AcUmct Kffendi. It'arjaxu, June t. the 50th, the Letters were read, whereby the Duke and tin; States of Courlaml recommended the Benevolence and Pr
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The NE WC A S

The NE WC A S

The NE SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. J v n st. T. Lewis, arrived at Falith from Jamaica, fpoke with Olive Branch, off the Weft _ of Cuba, from the Bay of Hoodoras, who left the faid Place of March : Hemformcd that fome Days before he laikd from thence, the Spaniards rooted the E
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - 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
 
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
 
To be .S Ol> D,

To be .S Ol> D,

To be .S D, TH E next Prefenißtton to the Vicarage- of Leachlade, in tire' County of Glouceller, woitli a good Hundred Year. Tire ptelent Incumbent forty. About 75 Mild diftanl fr, n, Lond- ) a Poll Town 1 The CueneelKr Coacli yoe« thro* to and from London, three Times a Wcik the
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

AVer/ good Town-Made One- Horle Chxife, very little the for Wear it hat fore Part with a Window in it, that put* occalioaally, to tnahe it a dote Two-Wheel Poft-Chaife, anti Mtmcfe complcat for Pair of llorle* inn a-bteaA. Enquire of Mr. Hcihcii, at Branghtoti, near Banbury ; of
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

I, As this Work will be upon more ettcnfivc Plan than any Law that ever appeared, it will nuke two Volumes in Folio, 11. Each Number will contain three Sheets, printed a very fine Paper and Letter. HI. It will be comprifed in One hundred Number*, ire Siv-pence each Number, IV. N
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NOR W I C H, June 28.

NOR W I C H, June 28.

This Morning Mi. Weils, Merchant, was married to Mifs Mo- ney, both of this City. LaftTueillay as a Son of Mr.Redhead, Farmer at Ketteringham Be ir Norwich, about 15 Years old, was charging a Gun, it went off and fliot his Mother on the Side of the Head in fo dangerous a Manner
30 June 1764 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, 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