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machine KWr ilHalf&'&,*> ° l,r Paffengers, wC, r o'cin n y and Thurf'• ! )'ar i' t ' le C

machine KWr ilHalf&'&,*> ° l,r Paffengers, wC, r o'cin n y and Thurf'• ! )'ar i' t ' le C

» ' am ' returns from £ ndJ "" Ma 'ket, OXFORD, V Pif wo in the Atter-1 B'uford. Carries , V t (^r en iln s each. Outfide '^^"4 ' Mf-p""- . n Sthe,l ri "g tllc Summer, and ter - x of Burford. 01 J ew will be acand paid for as fuch. ' Primc °^ V , ,ale Retail, Part 0 f the trade
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wanted Journeyman Houfe-Carpenter and Joiner. One that is-a good Workman, and willing to fettle hirnfelf, may have conftant Employmeat, good

Wanted Journeyman Houfe-Carpenter and Joiner. One that is-a good Workman, and willing to fettle hirnfelf, may have conftant Employmeat, good

Wages, and good Encouragement, by applying to Edward MuLLiNS, Carpenter, Bradford, Wilts, - And enttr'd upon immediatEijf The Crown INN in Wells, A good accuftom'd Houfe, in the Market-Place. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. Thomas Robins, at the Houfe, or Mr. John TRUTCH
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

May 27. Within thcfc few days detachment the troops the diet commanded hy Count Poniatowiky, the great Chamberlain, his brother, Auftriau general, and general Konickncr, and reinforced feme Ruin under Prince Dalchkow, nvivchtd towards general llrankki's camp, to facilitate the o
23 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Oli Jf* % Ikii) I. S* Tl\ JL. 'bs lyj^w tsr'y

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
 
HULL, lune 14..

HULL, lune 14..

Import. New-Succefs, R. Gylby, from Bremen, with Yarn, Wooll, &c. Exports. Two-Brothers, R. Thorley, for Copenhagen, with Lead, Shott, &c. Endeavour, J.Kiero, for Narva. Laid on. Sarah, T. Holland, for Rotterdam. Coafiers arrive.!. Succels, S. Sianilaml, from Biidlington. Friend
26 June 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LoT4> Dm*’* Houses and Mill, •( > __ LaiJ. «8 Lot 4. B l ack Clt uoh, .at

LoT4> Dm*’* Houses and Mill, •( > __ LaiJ. «8 Lot 4. B l ack Clt uoh, .at

LoT4> Dm*’* Houses and Mill, •( > __ LaiJ. «8 Lot 4. l ack C uo h, .at The T<n«au will (he* the rrmlftj.——For fan her retticalen, en<}uiie ol Mr EllißgtM Ecci, M XtMghew4 sfoiefaid« Mr Robert Laing, at Burdhop Craig { Rchardfon, .Aiioracp at Law, Mcwcaftle. . T» bt SOL D, btjl Bi
23 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
C O U NTRY NEW S

C O U NTRY NEW S

Tori, June 19. We arc adiircJ that the Rev. Dr. Wilfon, Prebendary and Vice-Dean of CarliHe, the Rev. Dr. Tarrant to the Deanery of that See, and not the Rev. I r. Burn, foimerly mentioned in the Papers. (flrerfier, ’June Id. W laft Sarah Workman of Cilley, was committed to cur
23 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ANT E D, To good aicujlcntcd Shop in the Country, twenty Miles from Aevcajlle, AS 1 H, who can Shoe

ANT E D, To good aicujlcntcd Shop in the Country, twenty Miles from Aevcajlle, AS 1 H, who can Shoe

well, and underftands Country Buftaefs. Enquire of the Printer this Paper.
23 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD, by Au cti on.

To be SOLD, by Au cti on.

To be SOLD, A u cti on. Mr Wm Parker’s, Neivcajlle upon Tyne, JFedncfJay the , th of June 1764, and the Days following till dijpofed of, during the Races, THE Following rood mares, COLTS, and FILLIES* NO. 1. BAY MARE, 15 Years old, got by Rcgulus, her Dam Bloody Buttocks, her Gra
23 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England