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Oli Jf* % Ikii) I. S* Tl\ JL. 'bs lyj^w tsr'y

Jf* I. S* JL. and s AMERICA. Charles-Town, j'pril 2. N the firll inll. the traders and pack-horfcs, wliich had been :o king expected from the Creek countr y> arrived at Augufta. With them came about tweut/Creck Indians, among whom are the Handfome Fellow, and (omeother head-men.
23 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKRUPT

BANKRUPT

John Lines, of Tonbridge, in the County of Kent, Perukemaker.
23 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E IX I N B U R G H.

E IX I N B U R G H.

ExtraEl of a letter from London, Jrrwe 16. " The follo-.iing fhips are expefkd home from the F.aft-Indics, viz. the Ear! Temple, late Fofter'j and B-fcawen, late Hraund, front E.mbay ; HougU too, late Rogers, from Fort Si. George and China- Heclor, Williams; Winchelfea, How'; Br
23 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
awcruruiienttf. Fine Englifli WINES, Made Ilaac Lawrunce, Grocer, In OXFORD, Are fold, fur Ready Money, as. the Hogshead the Gallon

awcruruiienttf. Fine Englifli WINES, Made Ilaac Lawrunce, Grocer, In OXFORD, Are fold, fur Ready Money, as. the Hogshead the Gallon

at 3c. and 10J. a Bottle. Fine Uraiice ami Llikr WINES, Likewife 3s. per Gallon. N. B. C-ftcs and Buttles to paid far the Monev for which will allowed upon their bring returned.
23 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, 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
 
London, June 26.

London, June 26.

This Morning his Majefty reviewed the Life and Horfe.Grenadier Guards Hyde-Park, who went thro' their different Exercifes with the greateft Applaufe her Majefty, the Princes William and Henry, and feveral other Perfons of Diftinftion, were prefenton the Occafion. They advife fro
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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
 
D. A M ERIC A.

D. A M ERIC A.

Charles-Tenon, South-Carolina, April 2 b. A Meffage from his Excellency the Govornor to the Hon. the Commons Houfe of AfTembly. Mr. Speaker, and Gentlemen of the Commons Houfe of AffembU, 4 1 hough I have been already difappointed in my Hopes 4 that you would provide for various
23 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
L O N ■'*''I>' O N.

L O N ■'*''I>' O N.

L O N ?? O N. Extracl of a Letter, from Venice. May 29. " A poor man at Udirie, the capital of Friuli, a fmall province belonging to this Republic, lying under the frightful horrors of the hydrophobia, was cured with tome draughts of vinegar given him by miltake inftead of anoihe
25 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
rbe 'RE PROOF. i. CEASE, ceafe ; 'tis all in vain ! Complaints nor eafe nor cure the Pain. .

rbe 'RE PROOF. i. CEASE, ceafe ; 'tis all in vain ! Complaints nor eafe nor cure the Pain. .

thou a faithful Friend, Would liften to thy Grief, And cordial Pitty lend, Oh this thou think'it Relief! But foolifh Maid -thy Wifli is vain Complaints Prolongers are of Pain And what Sighs and Tears would end, Is agravated and renew'd each condoling Friend. 11. Then impious Mai
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England