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alt.'onc vanaui having either ON’. bv the His Ini but bei with of the feme h; to the n Cho- TBowr Multielieved which fo that i’aiui- n, and bn the the ,Hfh at lum- vhich, itched ut the he in- Tou- Perfo* fared. rendi t'jcfts lußit may
9 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
,e bounty ijuOiblc cinci arc ; t ttu; ile* iliirv. ) a. Y.

,e bounty ijuOiblc cinci arc ; t ttu; ile* iliirv. ) a. Y.

9 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A very extraordinary anecdote relative to Sir William Wyndhan.

A very extraordinary anecdote relative to Sir William Wyndhan.

CIR William Wyndham, when a very young man, had been out one day a ftag hunt: in returning from the fport, he found feveral of the lervants at his father's gate, ftanding round a fortune-teller, who pretended, at leaft, to be deaf and dumb, and, for a fmall gratification, wrote
2 September 1765 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TYLNEY-HALL PARK, five Miles Sheep will be taken winter from M*» Lady-Day, 3s. per Head. No more than one hundred

TYLNEY-HALL PARK, five Miles Sheep will be taken winter from M*» Lady-Day, 3s. per Head. No more than one hundred

will be taken. (Devizes.) be SOL D, Large and convenient DWELLING-HOUSE, good Repair, ntuaic near the Market-place, in Devize* : Togethcl with Half an Acre of Ground neatly adjoining. For Particulars enquire Mr. Poole, Attorney, or Mr. Fiikes, Apothecary, Devises. Andover, Sept.
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
his mailer had turned him out of doors beg or llarve.— That he had been Have from his infancy, and

his mailer had turned him out of doors beg or llarve.— That he had been Have from his infancy, and

that his forts were occafioned by conllant hard labour.’—After giving him f another bit, and cautioning him not to difeover ins money to any body, lell he might robbed of it, I left him; and could not help reflecting on this adventure on return home. heart was truth touched with
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
i T<>. On the tfl of oBober will he puhlijhed. Price oj. UNIVERSAL MUSEUM, AND COMPLETE MAGAZINE KNOWLEDGE and PLEASURE.

i T<>. On the tfl of oBober will he puhlijhed. Price oj. UNIVERSAL MUSEUM, AND COMPLETE MAGAZINE KNOWLEDGE and PLEASURE.

For SEPTEMBER, 176;. (Err.bellilhed with a large half-rtwet coppCr-platc, rtprcfenting the feveial humorous heads exhibited the le&ure on heads, row London with uncommon applaufc, very neatly etch’d in carictlura, by which the true meaning of that excellent is fully explained li
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LECTURE on HEAD S. will neceflary to oblerve, that the Perfon who recites y the has all the different Heads

LECTURE on HEAD S. will neceflary to oblerve, that the Perfon who recites y the has all the different Heads

by him, either painted Falteboard, or cut out in Wood; which arc, v one bv one, exhibited to the Audience during the Recital. 7 PAR T I. • IoJUs, anti Gentlemen. Y all the laws of laughing, every man has an 3 undoubted right to play the fool with himfdf; under//■«/ Licence this
9 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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9 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
and ‘Post from the LONDON E. , Haoue, jo ereditary Prince and Princefs I Brunlwick Will aiTivc tu- V« morrow

and ‘Post from the LONDON E. , Haoue, jo ereditary Prince and Princefs I Brunlwick Will aiTivc tu- V« morrow

the afternoon. Prince of Brnnfwick is f>one •Lat Jit-** meet them; and the Duke York is expected to arrive at' the fame time, though his Koval llighnefs did not his journey troin Hanover with them, having excutlion feeHamelen, and other places that neighbourhood. TheKoval yach;s
7 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
be SOLD immediately, Alan colliery at prcft« near i'ontcland, in the County Northamliftlan.l, held by Leale for Years, ot which

be SOLD immediately, Alan colliery at prcft« near i'ontcland, in the County Northamliftlan.l, held by Leale for Years, ot which

near Years yet to tome. This Colliery is v-tli fituatcil for ten five Trade, and in it ft«c Water Con rib nearly linithed, which when compteatcci, will loolb two Scams Coal; the Roof of the laid Colliery is good that Props will wanted.—Any I'crfon amimled the fame, are defired a
7 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England