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JOHN EVILL, TAKES this Method of acquainting his Cuftomers, (to whom he is much obliged for their kind Favours) that

JOHN EVILL, TAKES this Method of acquainting his Cuftomers, (to whom he is much obliged for their kind Favours) that

he is REMOVED his late Stocking and Shoe Ware-Houfe, the Corner of Green Street, oppofite St. Michael's- Church, Bath, to a and more convenient Ware-Houfe in STAJX-STREET, five Doors below the Three-Tuns Where he continues the SHOE-MAKING Trade (together with CLOGMAKING) in all
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, June 21.

Bath, June 21.

Arriv'd here, Sir ,n^ Trevylian, Udy ton, Mr. and Mrs. 4s• J, Nafli, Mr. Barry, Harper, Mrs. Heath, - Laft Week died here, 11 pi^ Phillott; whofe truly atn>a her to all her We hear from ' 1 Man and his Wife u3 ' ei> j' one John Leafey, cify them which IJ. 1 beat him a terrible J
21 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 19. Arriv'd the Mails from Holland and France. Ptttrjbturg, May 23, TfWHF. Emprefs was in Town a few Hours on Monday, to give Audience to Prince Lobkowiiz. fent T T3 j with the Account of the Eitftion the King of the Romans; and to a Polifh Nobleman
26 June 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Account of a letter on the extrapotion of the Small Pox, Lately Published in Germany, by Dr Fredetc ???. Physician at Manheim.

Account of a letter on the extrapotion of the Small Pox, Lately Published in Germany, by Dr Fredetc ???. Physician at Manheim.

'' Cttfhnir, phyjician at Hile the oppofers of inoculation have hud mortification to fee almoil all the ] able pbyficians of Europe °Ur" "J® l '] cni fplvesmore and more fanew l'ubjefts °ffence are preparing for them. rnian at leaft, have t0 rove th the extirpa- l,na P OXi koth
1 June 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
roerrt horfe, Lieutenant-Colonel of the nth regiment of dragoons, Earl of Ancranis, in the room of Lt-Col. John Bradford, who

roerrt horfe, Lieutenant-Colonel of the nth regiment of dragoons, Earl of Ancranis, in the room of Lt-Col. John Bradford, who

retires. Lt-Col. David Wedderburn, the 68th, Lieutena:it-Colonel of the zzd regiment of foot, m iheroom of Lt-Col. Jofias Martin, who exchanges with Mr Wedderburn. Maj. Thomas Adains, of Col. Coote's regiment, and Maj. John Carnac the Eaft- Jndia company's lervice, the rank of B
1 June 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THAT GEORGE TOWER, at his Rcpi 'u.Brk, Aberdeen, metnufadiurei and Jells all Kinds and Sixes Cordage and Lines for Shipping

THAT GEORGE TOWER, at his Rcpi 'u.Brk, Aberdeen, metnufadiurei and Jells all Kinds and Sixes Cordage and Lines for Shipping

; furntjhes Sailcloth and makes Sails of any Dtmenfscns called for ; makes and fells'all Kinds and Sixes of white and tarred Robes and Lines ft for Packing, or any other Ufe ’Wanted in the Coun~ THAT there is a Parcel of growing Firs to be expofed to Sale, puhlick Roup, in /mail
18 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, Jum 4.

LONDON, Jum 4.

According tothe Bye-Laws ofthe Eaft-Iniia Com- pany, the Inltrument or Power given to any Gentle- man who goes out in the Company's Service muft be figned by at leaft 13 out of the 24 Directors. No more than 1 z had figned the Inltrument for Lord Clive, &c. till Friday, when two
1 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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JRwp the Whitehall, General, and other Eyhning Papers, &>c. June j. Tothe P R I N T E R, &c. SIR, BEFORE the Union with Scotland, England fent 513 Reprefentatives to Parlia- Union forty-five Scotch were " Tax, ought not to have been Intention of the then Legi- flature that but f
8 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Cfje LEEDES 3nttllistnttt*

Cfje LEEDES 3nttllistnttt*

r Vol. X. J TUESDAY, Jtm ii, 1764. N° 530- Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New Street-End.
12 June 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ODE fer bis Majistv's Birtb-Day, 1764.

ODE fer bis Majistv's Birtb-Day, 1764.

Sung Monday Eveni/.g at Marybone Gardens. PREPARE, prepare the fetlive fong, Let every Mufc her tribute bring, Let Echo ftill the notes prolong, And fwell the fame of Bri lain's King. In flowing vcrfc again renew The grateful theme to virtue due. Scarce yet to manhood, tho' in j
12 June 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England