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CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

I, As this Work will be upon more ettcnfivc Plan than any Law that ever appeared, it will nuke two Volumes in Folio, 11. Each Number will contain three Sheets, printed a very fine Paper and Letter. HI. It will be comprifed in One hundred Number*, ire Siv-pence each Number, IV. N
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NOR W I C H, June 28.

NOR W I C H, June 28.

This Morning Mi. Weils, Merchant, was married to Mifs Mo- ney, both of this City. LaftTueillay as a Son of Mr.Redhead, Farmer at Ketteringham Be ir Norwich, about 15 Years old, was charging a Gun, it went off and fliot his Mother on the Side of the Head in fo dangerous a Manner
30 June 1764 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
CREDITORS ROBERT CLARK, and THOMAS EDWARD CLARK, 1 ate of Burnigili the County of Durham, arc defiled meet the Alligncts

CREDITORS ROBERT CLARK, and THOMAS EDWARD CLARK, 1 ate of Burnigili the County of Durham, arc defiled meet the Alligncts

of the Eftate and of the fa id Robert Clark and Thomas Ed ward Clark, at the Houfe of Mr Hayes, Innkec per, in Durham, on Tuefday the Tenth Day of July 1764, at Two o’clock in the Afternoon, on fpecial Adairs.
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARRIAGES. Tlie Hon. Mifs Mary Waipole, Siller of Lord Walpole, to M. Suckling, .of Hanover-Square. Mr. Brice, an eminent Linnen-

MARRIAGES. Tlie Hon. Mifs Mary Waipole, Siller of Lord Walpole, to M. Suckling, .of Hanover-Square. Mr. Brice, an eminent Linnen-

Draptr in Cornhill, to Mrs. Goldlbury, late of Ipfwich.
30 June 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Cork, June 18. The Tenure by which- Lord Egmont propofes to hold the Ifland of St. John, is, it is faid, extremely well" calculated for the Cultiva- tion of that Ifland, and for the Advantage of the Trade, particularly for the Fifhery of North-America; the Government thereof pro
29 June 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
1 P S W 1C H,

1 P S W 1C H,

June 29. On Sunday next, in the Afternoon, a Sermon will be preached at St. Mary Tower Church by the Rev. Mr. Adkin, «_». Curate of Wethennglet, for the Benefit of the Charity-Schools of orey- coat isoys and blue-coat Girl?. ° ' Laft Siturday died the Lady of Philips Cohnan, Eiq
30 June 1764 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, June 21.

LONDON, June 21.

ExtraS of a Letter from Venice, May 2g. (>r »>>»n Udine, the ca- W *V* P.' ta * Fr!u W> pro- vince belonging this rcpubl'c» lying under the frightful horrors of the Hydrophobia, was cured with fome draughts of vinegar given him miftake mftcad of another potion. A phyfician of Pa
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
E DIN BUR G H

E DIN BUR G H

ExtraCt. of a letter, from London, June 26. "■ We hear 'that certain intelligence is received of an intention of feizing and carrying off a certain foreign gentleman^ lor which -purpofe a boat with fix rowers is kept bn the river, and an armed veifel with twenty hands at Gravefe
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Sunderland TURNPIKE ROAD.

Sunderland TURNPIKE ROAD.

Thi» 1* to give NOTICE, THAT the next MEETING of the TRUSTEES it •ppoiated to be held the Houle of Micb»ei Hairifon, in SundeHend, Monday the »(b Day of next, Beiyecn the Hourt Ten and Eleven o’clock in (be Forenoon. ' The Tiuflcet at the faid Meeting intend to let tife Repairin
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
D IT RH A M RA C E s.

D IT RH A M RA C E s.

IT A M C E s. To be R U for, Mowoa' the i«tn Juiv, i7«+. ■ FT POUNDS,' of Olds, c<- tiog nine He«u, ,tlir«c Miles «»cl» Hevt. lUlit* <o have an Allowance of three On TUESDAY lyih, EIF »OUSDS, roui |e*i Olds, nine Sronei Heait, »o Mil?* each Heat! Tillie* *lf“ to hare Allowance of
30 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England