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1C , Til E B.;rues and I'arklc, wiih all the Sacks, ami other tftenfils thereunto helongm;., now the PotflfTljn Lawrence Savory ami Robert Afhby, of Shil- Jingfonl, in tl'.e County of tKfiril. Fo> fartl’ei Particulars enquire at either of their Houles in Shillin’fort) aforefaiJ.
28 December 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

Alexander Campbell, of the City of Briftcl, Merchant and Lin- nen-draper. William Bonharn, of Leadenhall-ftreet, London, Packer. Joho Pantling, of the Old Change, London, Hatter.
28 December 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From the London Gazette, Dec. 24.

From the London Gazette, Dec. 24.

St. Jameses, Dec. tV. Tha King his been pleafed ro appoint the} Right Honrturubl'c John Ear]} of Egmont of the kingdome of Ireland) and Lord Lovel and Hollahd, of Enmore, * in the county of Somerfet in Great Brit 3 in,," Sir Charies Senders, Knight of the Bath, Augultus Keppel,
28 December 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and foldat their Pnntmg-houfe ia the Parliament-clofe ; where

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and foldat their Pnntmg-houfe ia the Parliament-clofe ; where

Advtniftmenis and Subfcriptions are takea iq.
28 December 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the Printer the Oxford Journal. YOU are defired to infert in your next, the Cafe Your hpmble Servant, in Buclt,

the Printer the Oxford Journal. YOU are defired to infert in your next, the Cafe Your hpmble Servant, in Buclt,

IOL'M STAPP Dec. to, 1765. J UtIN 5,1 A^* ABOUT eleven Years ago I was feized with a moll violent Fit of the Gout; 1 advifed with Apothecary, but the Stubbornnefs'':‘of the Difeafe baffled bis Skill, whereupon he informed me there was no more to be done' for me; then applied to
28 December 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Jate DAirtateitfeM io 1 «bf teiklt bm« it » «w9bl. Ho*- everbci* kMvh tolitedt liiamMO'dic AooDtrjr. I Uif aflorad,- that

Jate DAirtateitfeM io 1 «bf teiklt bm« it » «w9bl. Ho*- everbci* kMvh tolitedt liiamMO'dic AooDtrjr. I Uif aflorad,- that

Geatkmta af ato loot *‘ Gdcd the Iflaad ef Newtpnadlipd, baa flaatji Rcadinctt be prefcatrd «p PaHWbcm/ for the from any Ttado with, or Ftfbcry epoe that Com; wbemo (Je* BOfflratttL that the French Qkaied, laft Scalbo, fall 150,000 1. Sterling their Filherj aod Trade theta. - We
28 December 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
INFIRMARY, Kt:wcAtTLr, Drc, 26, 1765. General. COURT of the Govcrnois this Infirmary, will be held on ThurfJay the 2d Day-.of

INFIRMARY, Kt:wcAtTLr, Drc, 26, 1765. General. COURT of the Govcrnois this Infirmary, will be held on ThurfJay the 2d Day-.of

January next, at Ten ©’Clock ihi© Forenoon; againft which Day the fever Subscribers to this Charity, arc ddired pay their Subfcriptlons to Mr Treafurer, the Ncvvcaftlc Bank, or to the Secretaryat his Office in Pilgrim-ftrcct. And all are dcfircd to fend their Bills to the Secret
28 December 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Dec. 29.

LONDON, Dec. 29.

The laft Letters from Holland mention, chat Ac- counts had been received of great Numbers of Euro- pean Officers having deferted from the Service of Coflim Aii Cawn, and gone over to the Englifh. It is added, that thofe Gentlemen had made fome im- portant and ufeful Difcoveries.
28 December 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
/. Foreign News.

/. Foreign News.

The Remonftrances lately prefented to the French King 4>y the Firft Prefident of the Parliament of Brittany, make a great Noife at Paris; the Wifdom and Energy of every Sen- tence being univerfally admired. They conclude thus : * Such, Sire, in the Multiplicity of Abufes, which
28 December 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NEWMARKET, Dec. *6.

NEWMARKET, Dec. *6.

On Thurfday laft the* following Horfes were fold at Hyde Park Corner : Nell to Mr. Hare, Keeper to Mr. Vernon Miikfop to a Well Country Gentleman, Selimto Mr. Hare, King Herod to Sir John Moore, Bart. Sultan to Mr. Larkin of Newmarket, and the grey Barb to a S table-Keeper, The
28 December 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England