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SIR, London, June 25. *"rHE battle the Eaft Indies, of which - 1 we have lately had an account [331.],

SIR, London, June 25. *"rHE battle the Eaft Indies, of which - 1 we have lately had an account [331.],

engages much of the converfation of the town, and many encomiums are beftowed upon the commander. It feems, to to have been conduced with judgment, and executed with But I would beg leave to afk, Why the battle was fought ? It is agreed 011 all hands, that the lofs the whole kin
1 July 1765 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Defaces for Katharine Nairine.

Defaces for Katharine Nairine.

1764, the now deceafed Thomas Ogilvie of Eaftmiln, a gentleman rather sdvanced years, of tender conftitution, and pofiefled of a very fmall fortune, toade his addrefies this unfortunate Pannel, -(then fcarpe nineteen years in propofals marriage which, contrary the ppinlon her fr
1 July 1765 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
, Muftapha,,BB fairlful, antwerei this mark of foul bis mafier in fvch a manner, as made appear he was 'wonhv

, Muftapha,,BB fairlful, antwerei this mark of foul bis mafier in fvch a manner, as made appear he was 'wonhv

of all his efteem the elevation of his own After making a due acknowledgement the kindnefs (hewn to him his fovercipn, reprefented, That feeing the inveteracy the Divan and people againft him (the Grand Vizir) on account of the turbulent flate of the affairs Georgia, his highnef
15 July 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, July 8, 1765.

MONDAY, July 8, 1765.

greatly too high to be accepted of. A certain very great perfonage, who before openly oppofed the prefent Miniftry, but who of late has been very aflive, in the hopes of reconciling the dijTerent contending parties, now fenfrble of the interefied views of the party, before he re
8 July 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

2. We are adored from the bed authority the change the Mmiftry, af late fo much talked of, will net at prefent take place. The terms afked by the patty named to conic in, weic, wc are told, matiott to continue all llice, and all perfons in civil employments (except thole employe
8 July 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BERDEEN JOURNAL, 13.1 t is reported that provided certain £reat patriot fliould be employed in a high poft under the

BERDEEN JOURNAL, 13.1 t is reported that provided certain £reat patriot fliould be employed in a high poft under the

government, feveral regulations and alterations will take place and particularly, 1. A diUblution of ' the pre'ent parliament, and future eftabiifhment of triennial parliaments. renewal of the former ■ treaty with our late magnanimous ally the king Pruflia, who, in that cafe wil
8 July 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wanted at Michaelmas next CURATE for Wickham. The Duty i ,f J. JC and the Stipend 4.5 1, per Ann.

Wanted at Michaelmas next CURATE for Wickham. The Duty i ,f J. JC and the Stipend 4.5 1, per Ann.

leaft. 1 ~ Enquite Mr. Collins, in Saium, or at the King’s Head >t t-u l.cttei I what ate fiec of Portlge , W.. To Sold cheap 7 \ Sccond-I land Single HC)KS E C 1 . without HiaJ, v,ry ltix,ni, and in good Condition -Set Harncfs. Enquire of Mr Jofcph BiafFcte, in |>o ,!e. tßiadlc
29 July 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The Sweating Powders (Fifty Grains, Three-pence).

The Sweating Powders (Fifty Grains, Three-pence).

They aic the molt their Operation ot any Sweat* what - ever, eating Pain, and giving Sp-nts to the Patient and are moll iui in .nl Khcumatifms, and Pains in the Body and Limb*, and alio Coughs and other Diloidetk Cold*. Two or three ot thete Powders will lrt.queiitly rdlo.w the
22 July 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To be S O L D,

To be S O L D,

S L D, To the beji BiiMer, at the of Bafi, hnovtn the Sig* of the n’f-il in Bernard cajile 9 in the County Durham, li the Twenty* fourth Day of' July inji. in the Afternoon, ONE Undivided I ti i'AK.T all that Is,STATIC, Aiuatc in the i\irilh Whorciton, in th« Uoaiity Outlium, cal
6 July 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WM SMITH.

WM SMITH.

To be SOLD, CALEB BUGLASS, BwkfelUr, Stationer, and t Auftioneer, in the High Market Place, Berwick upon Tveed, BOOKSinDiviN-iTY, History, Law, Physic, Math, mat i c s, Vovacrs, Travels, Plays, Romances, &c. &c. Allb RtUics, and Common-Prayer Books all Forts, gilt and plain ; Sc
6 July 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England