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F. L O N D O N, Friday Mornine, June 20.

F. L O N D O N, Friday Mornine, June 20.

1. A Letter from Liibon concludes thus, « The great Confter nation the City is in obliges us to defire you will < not draw any hills on us till farther Advice. The Lofs occasioned 1 by the Fire left Thuifday is moderately computed at Five millions of * Crujadoes, whicb is upward
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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I P S W T f» IA <* „

- - , " * v li, June zy. On Sunday next, m the Afternoon, a Sermon will be preached at St. Mary iow Church by the Rev. Mr. Adkin, ' m l Curate ofWethermget, tor the Benefit of the Charity-Schods of grey- coat hoys and blue-coat Girls. 6 " Laft S iturday died the Lady of Philips
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
[ Sii 1 [ Numa 66aj1 Edinburgh) Saturday June io, 1764.

[ Sii 1 [ Numa 66aj1 Edinburgh) Saturday June io, 1764.

30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
C. London &fc. Tuefday, June 26.

C. London &fc. Tuefday, June 26.

I. St. James's, June. 26. The King has been pleafed to or- der Letters Patent to be paired under the Great Seal of tlie Ivingdom 01 j -•-dr. nd, pontaining a Grant unto Benjamin Bar- •ringt n, D t\o: in Divinity, ofthe Place antl Dignity of De:;n of Amino h. vacant by the Death
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
T» bt S O L D, /# tht bift tiddtr.

T» bt S O L D, /# tht bift tiddtr.

T» bt L D, tht bift tiddtr. Ehbei together la the followiage LOTS. At the Houfe of Mn Ann Mace. Inakceper, io ihcGioitMaiket, Neweiftle upon Tjrne, oa Thotfdip in the Affiae Week, between the Houit Ten and Twelve the Foienooh. THE MANOR or LORDSHIP of TaouoHtND, in the Paiift of
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BEKW'I C £ TU R E. WHereas MEETING of the TRUSTEES wa« appointed to held at the Houfe of Mii

BEKW'I C £ TU R E. WHereas MEETING of the TRUSTEES wa« appointed to held at the Houfe of Mii

Ker, in Combill, onTuefdap the i»ib Day lone inftant, aod fuffi* cient Numbei did not then appear to at the laid Meeting aod adiourn to anotber bay > .Tile Club, tbtrefoic, pur/tunt the Direftion of the Aft bath appointed the next Meeting to be held at the Honfc of Mi George Aed
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
E. London, &c. Thurfday, yu?7e 28.

E. London, &c. Thurfday, yu?7e 28.

1. yeiterday there was a Cabinet Council at St. James's, at which were prefent his Grace the Duke of Bedford, Prefi- dent, the two Secretaries of State, the Eari of Egmont, and feveral other Members. 2. Yeilerday theßt.Kbn. William Pitt, Efq; was at Court, where he continued fom
30 June 1764 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, June 30.

Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, June 30.

Genoa, June 2. BY Letters of the 28th paft from Corfica, De Paoli was at Corce, where he had .con- vened all the Chiefs of the Malecontents. They continued to fortify themfelves at Erba Longa, as like- wife to batter the Caftle, or rather the Convent, at Brandi: They made anothe
29 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
VOL. I.

VOL. I.

30 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WHEREAS CHRISTOPHER LVI'TON (Brother to Thomas Luptnn, Innkeeper, at Hr Ret, near Carlille) and Dinah Lupton (who pals for Man

WHEREAS CHRISTOPHER LVI'TON (Brother to Thomas Luptnn, Innkeeper, at Hr Ret, near Carlille) and Dinah Lupton (who pals for Man

and Wife) were born near Ripon in Yorkfliire, and have committed divers Felonies and Mifdemeanours in Yorkfliire, and elfcwhere, and have fled from Juftice. is a lufly rawboned Man, a Linen Weaver Trade about 40 Yeats A;;c, Feet II Inches high, pale Complexion, wore his own long
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England