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F. London, &c. Thurjaay, May 31 . 1. We are afiured from very good Authority, that a frefh Mifunderiianding is broke out between our Court and that of Ve.faiiks. leiative to the cutting of a Smuggling Boat, by one of our C utters, out of the Harbour of Boulogne 5 , and that th.-
2 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
?' L °.N D° N> Friday Moraine, June 1.

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?? L °. N D° N > Friday Moraine, June 1. i. Yefterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Northumberland, Lord Lieutenant oj the County of Middlefex, aid divers others of the No- bility, Lieutenants and Deputj-Luutcnariis, met at the Guildhall, hejtmmfter, in order to put the Militia laws
2 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PRIVATE ADVICES.

PRIVATE ADVICES.

5. Tetters from Geneva advife, that the principal Autl or s of the Troubles at Lueern bad been put to Death. 'The Sieur Schumacher Son to the Treafurer, was beheaded there on the Sth of June. 6. They write from War j aw, that the General Count Poniatov.fi and the Rifian General
30 June 1764 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Robert Taylec, of St.. Giles iri the Fields, Middlefex, Grocer. . To appear Jurfe 27, July 7, and Auguft 4, at Guildhall. John Bcavon, of Wellington, Sh'rop'fhire, Mercer. To appear June 30, and Au'guft 4, at Guildhall. James Mieres, of Loughborough in Leicefterfh'ire, Scrivener
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, June 7.

LONDON, June 7.

Ori Monday Night Night at the Ball at St. James's; their Majeflies entered the Room a little before Nine. The Ball was then" opened by their Royal Highneffes Prince William Henry and Princefs Louifia Anne; their Majefties retired about Eleven, and all the Nobility de- parted bef
8 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening , Papers, &c. June aB. To the Editor of Lloyd's Evening Post. S 1 R, London j June Is, 1764. ST ?? of the late P—r-e, that my . fiqed with the other 111— ds ceded ,to the Enemies, jof * • and F"ls. of Powejr,f which I then contradic
29 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
They write from Paris, that the King of France is going to introduce the Pruffian Manner of Exercife among his

They write from Paris, that the King of France is going to introduce the Pruffian Manner of Exercife among his

Houfhould Troops, having found it much fuperior to that of the French. Some private Letters from the fame Plate fay, that an eminent Banker of that City has lately failed for a Confiderable Sum ; but they don't mention his Name. We hear that there is a Scheme whifpered about in
1 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
publtjhed,, ice neatly bound 2S. lined fine Paper and a quite new Type, (To which prefixed a curious and Table,

publtjhed,, ice neatly bound 2S. lined fine Paper and a quite new Type, (To which prefixed a curious and Table,

exhibiting at one View all the .various Cafes (by different Di-vijors) in the Rule of ice, in to eaj'e i Memory oj Juch as under - Jianu figures, as iv.il to.pt the bj) Britann.lCUS ESTIMATOR: Or, The Trader's Complete GUIDE\ In" TWO PARTS. Part I. Contains, cone#, full, and ufe
14 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. St. James's, June 4. Day being the Anniverfary of C^e n S s Birth-Day, there was a ver mimerous anc brilliant Appearkt ance Mobility, Foreign Minifters, and other Perfons of Diltinction, to compliment his Majefty on that Occafion. At Noon the Guns in the
7 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On a Fountain invifibly fupplying a Canal. VIEW, gentle Reader, view in me An Emblem of true Charity j Who,

On a Fountain invifibly fupplying a Canal. VIEW, gentle Reader, view in me An Emblem of true Charity j Who,

tho' my Bounty I beftow, Am neither feen or heard to flow Repaid by frefli Supplies from Heav'n For every Cup of Water given. S. J. C.
21 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England