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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
 
ExtraCl of a Letter from the Granadoes.

ExtraCl of a Letter from the Granadoes.

*■« Many of the French, who remained here af- ter the peace, have already fold their plantations to Englifh ?? at a very high price : moft of the purclulers are gentlemen from Jamaica and the Leeward-iftands, an d others are daily arriving fot the lame purpofe: It may feeni ftra
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TAMES BAYNE takes this opporruni- •l ty of acquainting Noblemen, Gentlemen, and others, that as he has had a long

TAMES BAYNE takes this opporruni- •l ty of acquainting Noblemen, Gentlemen, and others, that as he has had a long

tract: of expe* riencein planning and laying out of wardens, bo** boofe* for pine apples, hot walls for forcing grapes, -with policies in the modern tafte, &c- -having given fatisfaclion to the Noblemen and Gentlemen he was fo happy to ferve both i a Scotland and England, encour
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
D.FOREIG N N E W S,

D.FOREIG N N E W S,

1. Naples, May 29. A great Number of the Inhabitants of this Kingdom, having been fupported, during the Famine, by umvholfome Food, a great Mortality has been occafioned. Beth private Houfes and Hofpitals are filled with Sick; and thofe who attend them arc fcarce able to give th
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PRIVATE ADVICES.

PRIVATE ADVICES.

5. fetters jrom Geneva advife, that tbe principal Authors efthe Troubles at Lucern bad been put to Dsath. 'tke Sieur Schumacher Son to the Treafurer, was beheaded tbere on the 6th oj June. 6. They write from War faw, that the General Count Pottiatow-fti and the Ruffian General D
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
This Day is Pubhlhed, (I‘rice Out Shilling) SATIRICAL TRIFLES. By B. A. Salire, Ceil un mechaat metier qiie celui niedir*.

This Day is Pubhlhed, (I‘rice Out Shilling) SATIRICAL TRIFLES. By B. A. Salire, Ceil un mechaat metier qiie celui niedir*.

Mil! i n Dr, Ttttn't Srnmn. Printed for J. Fletcher, and W. Flexncy, in London and lo!d by the Bookfcllen of Oxford ami Cambridge.
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
71/j Day are pulUJhed,

71/j Day are pulUJhed,

Day are pulUJhed, PROPOSALS For Printing SUBSCRIPTION, THE Hiftory, Theory, and Pradice INOCULATION, from die Milled Accuunti that .DipotUui Ogcrtlnxi, the Time. By JAMES HUNT, Soacsort, At o n, in Oxfurdftiiie; Si,Mt Ttafl Juki Pupil to Mr. Sorjttint Iknuk.nt, tit Ut€ dnJ fr.J'i
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England