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L O N DO N, $ep t. 2i.

L O N DO N, $ep t. 2i.

Thurfday there was a great Court at St. James's to pay their Compliments to her Majefty, being, the firil Time ofher feeing Company fince her laft happy Delivery. Their Majefties and the young Prince? dined at St; James's, and in the Afternoon fet out for Richmond. Yefterday the
27 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Monday’s and Tuesday’s Posts.

Monday’s and Tuesday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Aug. 31. St. James's, Auguft 31. BY Accounts from Madrid, Domingo Antonio Cafalmort''. who was principally concerned in conniving the Lofs the Spanifh Ship commanded by Ctpt. that wa« run on Shore near Exeter, and who had made his Efcape to Corunna, has,
3 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
begin at Half rn Hour pafl Six o’Clock. MANCHESTER THEATRE. Wed nefday Sept, ir, will It frejenled , the H.fltrical

begin at Half rn Hour pafl Six o’Clock. MANCHESTER THEATRE. Wed nefday Sept, ir, will It frejenled , the H.fltrical

Tragedy cf King RICHARD the Third. With Entertainments of Dancing between the Afts. wbhh will It added, (for the eighth Time) a Pantomime Entertainment, call’d The ROYAL HUNTERS; O R, The Execution of H A R L E Q.U IN. No Perlba to be'admitted behind the Scenes. Tickets to be ha
10 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To the author the Scots Magazine. S I R, THE young compofer of the following lines had a peculiarly ftrong

To the author the Scots Magazine. S I R, THE young compofer of the following lines had a peculiarly ftrong

for her infant brother, who is the fubjed of them, and he for her. When (he faw hinj ltruggling with death, her tender loul could not ftand the Ihock. Repeated fainting-fits, of long continuance, which fhe was then with, divided the attention of the afflicted parents betwixt her
2 September 1765 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PREFERMENTS.

PREFERMENTS.

From the London gazette. The King has been plealcd, Uj' f - 7• appoint Thomas Holies, Duke « . Lord Lieutenant and Cujlos Ht-or'r'!'n r '!' n the county of A ottingham, and Steward ■j. J>it Majeftj's forcji of Sherwood Iptrfof "''■'vood. ,0 ' Andrew W'ilkinfon, Efq; Kecp°f his M
2 September 1765 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A RHAPSODI'cn leaving Bath. FArewell, filubrious fprings! The pow'r Who bids you rife, forbids you revoke My loft digeftion. May

A RHAPSODI'cn leaving Bath. FArewell, filubrious fprings! The pow'r Who bids you rife, forbids you revoke My loft digeftion. May

his will l>c mine! Flow 011 your flreams, fraught with ethereal balm, Mild, potent, fubtle, Nature's alchymy, Beyond the-ken analyfing art! flow on your ftreams, beneficent and bland ! out the feeds of Sicknefs. Every fore Of 'plaining man be heal'd ! The cripled fons wine and d
2 September 1765 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Poft. Arrive! the Mails from and ers. From the LONDON GAZ FL. U E S D A Y, September to.

Poft. Arrive! the Mails from and ers. From the LONDON GAZ FL. U E S D A Y, September to.

'i%. ConftanUnoplc, AuguJ) I. , ■i T this city Jo> dundayf A^Ortyofh'c and their rafKf lit Hereditary Prince' and «B. COLLINS? DookMWr, o„ ADVERTISEMENTS «.
16 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
SATURDAY, Septsmber 7, 1765.

SATURDAY, Septsmber 7, 1765.

7 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Or, 12 W. Q.

Or, 12 W. Q.

14 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
[Price Two-pence Halfpenny. his i'aper is circuiaieu by the moll fpeedy Conveyance thro* the Counties \'t,r j j , ,

[Price Two-pence Halfpenny. his i'aper is circuiaieu by the moll fpeedy Conveyance thro* the Counties \'t,r j j , ,

• • ADVER «U« • • a not g WCllt y afl> ■» ,S. 6d. the firrt li.ue. at. each Time afterwards.
14 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England