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The Poor Patient An Epigram.

The Poor Patient An Epigram.

Nurse Comfort. TH liikiy Patitit's ahou', 'Twitfl In, aro Out Quoth ia<wnty faun and troth, '1 lie marc tic (he wore the broth! E'etd, quoth b'aw/*tj t and get well The laid bled vour /il Ycftcrda\ Lord Bute was at Court wenf in Lord Haicourt's coach with his Lordinip, and Lord
5 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
bv> JL> .Ji Or private ncrac:, Tie Day October icy ANcat Ct enj Frccho.i, llt art, (rime and in v.

bv> JL> .Ji Or private ncrac:, Tie Day October icy ANcat Ct enj Frccho.i, llt art, (rime and in v.

n, Riding ai,A l«oiun,Lii,u»in(hi coninting . d lit Home, with Lam*, .ml < ;licr Clii.ts, 4 and Urcli«r<J, and tlirtv-four «j and (<, *if J C' VMth th a!' ny c^<li 4v o: the I<. e<. sin l.(unry, the o; Kerry p Ai. m, aid lardy the of Mr. Jon»iJ,ai» ' int. piclcnr Owvr.cr. ' Fi-r
5 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
hat with fo-

hat with fo-

23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
W ANTE D,

W ANTE D,

A Good creditable accuftomedPUßLlC-HOUSE, between Wincheller and Southampton, w in Southampton, or Romfey, or between Winchefter and London, or the London Road, or betw Waltham and Southampton, or beyond Winchefler on the London Road, or any Part of the Road that is a large Thor
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
By the Kin g’s . ‘This Bay -was f A NEW Q Carefully Cor ft uyd Enlaro,} 'T'HE New IVeek's

By the Kin g’s . ‘This Bay -was f A NEW Q Carefully Cor ft uyd Enlaro,} 'T'HE New IVeek's

Preparation fo r : Receiving 1,0RL) , » SI >t'hK. , Aoun... ' mended the CHURCH of EKcIAND. \\ ith L. i' 4 devout Rihavieur during the VirbiVv, and for P' r,! effeituul with the MH,n,r Off.,. ./• . which are ■' for Murnieg and either » or in Hrtvjr, , Prayers (or other -.e • f-»
9 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Where are fold the following ornamental Papers, viz

Where are fold the following ornamental Papers, viz

Beautiful Gilt EmhoJ) Paptr of al 1 Colours, at 4-. per Quire, or ad. per Sheet. . „ r reil, purple, blue, ami fprtg'd Paper, for lining or coveiing Clicits, Trunks, Dialers, and Boxes, at is<i. per Qiiire, id. per Sheet. • plazarren blue Paptr (or I.nJtrs Port, at ad. the large
2 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LECTURE on HEADS. ..., , to oblcrve. that the Perfon who recites ■ ffw.» «««“(! » A V"-f' ". ""

LECTURE on HEADS. ..., , to oblcrve. that the Perfon who recites ■ ffw.» «««“(! » A V"-f' ". ""

, ' ,€ t [Continued from our lalE] . -,*--I*an* ERE wig; ft’Jf chifleled out by ttone cutter; and as unnatural as Chi- * ornaments ; and yet theft wigs, and the .ww.rr them too, are falh.on fome * W.JR parts the town ; and thus plailler d, like the top of cabbage-plant alter iho
16 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Holland, who was tried artd condemned at rhe fpring- the toihof July laft, being indiflcd tor the fame crimes, was,

Holland, who was tried artd condemned at rhe fpring- the toihof July laft, being indiflcd tor the fame crimes, was,

upon his own petition, banifbed for fourteen years, under the ufual certifications. This ended the weftern Circuit. 12. The Circuit Court of Perth was opened on Saturday laft, the Lords Alemoor and Pufour, and on Monday came the trial of John vie lan vie Oil vie Cameron, otherwi
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
On the death of a boy, five years of ( ' his ftfter, aged fifteen years. OH! dear, dear foul,

On the death of a boy, five years of ( ' his ftfter, aged fifteen years. OH! dear, dear foul,

why thus, for f ' Should tears run down mine eye; Since infant l'p'rits, like thine, alcend, Pleas'd, to the heavens high ? Soon as thou left thy lovely form, Thou finifh'd all thy pain : Why Ihould we then lament our ? Why welcome not thy gain ? In God's own garden now thou fte
2 September 1765 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
may have been occupied by the religious Societies, or not granted Leafe, the Abfimce or Retufal the late French PolTeflbrs

may have been occupied by the religious Societies, or not granted Leafe, the Abfimce or Retufal the late French PolTeflbrs

: And, That Towns lhall be laid out contiguous to the Bays Wafhigunny and Barowalley, orelfewhere, may be thought expedient. That the Sale of Dominica will conlift of uncleared anti valuable cleared Lands, as has been explained concerning St. , Vincent, including the Eftates pol
9 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland