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LONDON, July 24

LONDON, July 24

LONDON, July Ex trail of a Letter from Jamaica, dated May 5. ** The commercial Concerns in this Part of the World, were never kcown fo bad as ftnee the Peace was concluded ; for that Part Trade which was the Support of this Ifland, and its Credit at Home, is entirely fubfided, by
31 July 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
lorfctfhire, when

lorfctfhire, when

;rs wem ing difcovcred a large quantit Holland’s gM»j-w*nay, atiilTea concealed unJer the co'n, to very confiderable amount, which they feizud. The under mentioned taken in the Eaft-India company’s fervice* direct' OTSHeId on Wcdnefdav laft, are Rationed as follows; The Eflex, c
30 July 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SAMUEL DAVIS, Shoemaker, (Who ha» been Servant to Mr. Allen of Stockport molt the time he has been in Trade,

SAMUEL DAVIS, Shoemaker, (Who ha» been Servant to Mr. Allen of Stockport molt the time he has been in Trade,

and well ktyown to have toade his belt and genteelell Work for the Ladies, &c ) deftres to acquaint the Publick, rHAT he has now left bis Mailer, end has opened a Shoe and Leather Warchoufe in Dungeon Brow, near the Meal Houle, in Stockport; where Merchants, Shoemakers, and Shop
31 July 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
In St. Ann’s Squire, Maochcfter, all Sort* Teas, by the Cheft, and in ftnallcrQoantiiiea. Of tvbom may be bad, bis

In St. Ann’s Squire, Maochcfter, all Sort* Teas, by the Cheft, and in ftnallcrQoantiiiea. Of tvbom may be bad, bis

iaft Edition of |s H OR T H A N D. Wiih fufficient Inllruflions, Price 10 s. 6 d. perfcft Knowledge which may be attained in a few This Art is very ufcful in taking down Sermons, Speeches, [ 1, gn Debates, for Writing rough Draughts, liftineof Letters, Bills, or other Writings,
31 July 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MONDAY, yufy 30, 1764.

MONDAY, yufy 30, 1764.

MONDAY, 30, 1764. WEDNESDAY POST. Foreign Mails this Poft* NAVAL AFFAIRS. From the Englijh Papers, July 19. Mong other fchemes for the better fecurity the back fettlcments, it has been propofed by engineer of great experience, to launch feveral mines near the forts, and places of
30 July 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOUR N A t. i 76 4:

The ABERDEEN JOUR N A t. i 76 4:

The ABERDEEN JOUR A t. other provincdn Germany,having deftred the liber- the Street. On the Ground Floor to the Street there ty of conlcience, and free exeicife of their religion, * large Fore Shop and a Back Shop, with a Fireas was promifed them. Place, a Kitchen and a Clofct, O
30 July 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From the.other Paf ers.

From the.other Paf ers.

From the. other Paf ers. Genoa, June 24. We learn, by letters from Spain, that the departure of the flota has been put off till Sept and that, it is thought, it will be further delayed till the end of the year. What has been faid relating to the Corfican rebels hav- ing proclaime
31 July 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Salt

Salt

30 July 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LEEDES, July 31.

LEEDES, July 31.

"Within this Fortnight or three Weeks paft, not Icfs than three Silver Tankards and fix Silver Pints, have been ftolen from different Houfes in this Town and Wakefield. — -Vjtxre. If the Jews and Hawkers who fwarm about the Country, and cheat the too credulous and unwary Mul- ti
31 July 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IVednefday and Thurfdays Posts.

IVednefday and Thurfdays Posts.

' Frem the LONDON pAZETTE, July 24. ■jQ» Arriv'd the MAILS from Holland, France, and Flanders. Venice, July 11. C*-^ N the 29th paft his Royjd Highnefs the puke of York came hither from Padua, V and the next morning went to the arfenal , M and on bo^rd the dilferent (hips that w
31 July 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England