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On Husband's Poems, printed in Sheets, by Subfcription,

On Husband's Poems, printed in Sheets, by Subfcription,

'"p HE Author's Name is Aire a Bribe *■* To tempt the Fair-one tofubfcribe; Here each indulgent Female meets A Husband, and what's more— in Sheets ! Here you may turn him o'er and o'er, He wi flies he could pleafe you more.; But if to pleafe you he be found, He is contented to b
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Letters from Hamburgh of the izth Inftant inform us, that they had Advice from a very good Hand, that a

Letters from Hamburgh of the izth Inftant inform us, that they had Advice from a very good Hand, that a

certain Monarch was very near loling his Life by drinking fome Lemonade that had flood fdme Time in a Metal Cup, and which had contracted a poifonous Quality: It had fuch an Effeft on the faid Prince that he feemed to ftruggle with Death above eight Hours,, rill proper Medicines
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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?? P£>g>C> From the Whitehall, Genbral, and other Evening Papers, &>e. June 23. Yefterday arrived the MAIL S from Holland, France, and Flanders* Petersburg, (Ruffia) June 12. THE Treaty concluded here between the Emprefs x of Ruffia and the King of PruOia, on the nth of April, is
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N, June te.

L 0 N D 0 N, June te.

Exlraß of a Letter from Reading, June 13. " This Afternoon, about Two o'Clock, we had a Temped of Thunder and Lightning, which was very remarkable. The Clouds were high, arid confe- quently there was little Danger, but the Claps fuc- ceeded each other inceffantly for near an Hou
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

' Bank Stock, 113. India ditto, fhut. South-fea, ditto, . Three per cent. Bank Ann. red. 84 j-Bths. Ditto confol. fhut. Three, per cent ditto, ijxt, . Three. 1 -half per cent, ditto 1756, -— . Ditto 1778, . Four percent, confol. 97 i-lulf a 7-B.ths. Ditto Navy, 94. Four per cent
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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AMERICAN NEW' S.

AMERICAN NEW ' S. Extraft of a Letter from an Officer in the \id Regiment, from New-York, dated April 6. " I got^here after a PafTage of 36 Days: We had very bad Weather, and ran aground when' got to Sandy-Hook. I fet out after To-morrow for the Regiment. The Indians have begun H
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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CijUiWs ]££>&.&

From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, &c. June 16, Extraß of a Letter from Dantzick, dated Jim 9. « ~jp ft £ Advices we receive from Warfaw are full I of the Motions and Efforts making by the two Parties to gain the Superiority one over the other. If that of the
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SatitrtjQif'o P'SSC

SatitrtjQif'o P'SSC

Jwwtfe LONDON GAZETTE. BRELIMINARY ARTICLES tween the Englifh, and the Deputies lent from the whole Seneca Nation, by Sir Wil- liam Johnfon, Bart, his Superintendant oflndian Af- fairs, for the Northern Parts of North America, and Colonel of t.he Six United Rations, their Allies
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Tothe GENTLEMEN of the LAW.

Tothe GENTLEMEN of the LAW.

THE Proprietors of ". The Lawyer's Magazine" beg Leave to inform the Profellion, that they fliall, for the fiiture, continue that ?? If, therefore, any Pcrfon is defirous either to give or receive Anfwers to legal Queftions; or to communicate any Hint or Oblervation relative tot
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The mofl incomparable and never-failing CHYM I t A L D R 0 p c. - » BEING a fpeedy

The mofl incomparable and never-failing CHYM I t A L D R 0 p c. - » BEING a fpeedy

Cure for Cough}, Colds, Afihmas, Ptbyficks, Wbeefines, difficult Breathings, fhortn<fs of Breath, and ail Sorts ofCoiifurnvtions; even wiicn fo far advan- ced, as not to be cured by any other Medicine tl) the World. For their virtues vaffcly exceed anything that ever was pub- li
22 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England