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LONDON, Sept. 24.

LONDON, Sept. 24.

yefterday her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Amelia gave a grand Entertainment to the Royal Family, and feveral of the Nobility at Gunnerlbury-Houfe ; and at Night there was a Ball. On Sunday next the Court will go into Mourning for Six Weeks, on account ofthe Death ofthe late Empe
27 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

( Leeds, Sept. 3. We hear from Bradford, that Let- tice Wilfon, the young Woman who was advertifed to 1 have been murdered, wasfoundin good Health, one Day |l laft Week at Wetherby; and on being examined before j a Magiftrate, has fwore a Rape and Robbery againft Abra- | ham Kir
13 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 N D O N, Sept. 7.

L 0 N D O N, Sept. 7.

Yefterday there was a numerous Levee at St. James's, and afterwards a Council, vvhich broke up about Four o'Clock. The Day fixed for baptizing the young Prince, is the 1 8th inftant, at St. James*. Different Accounts from North America affirm it as an indifputable Truth, that th
13 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
mnWs Poff+

mnWs Poff+

?? Poff+ The following Speech was made to a numerous Meeting of Gentlemen of tbe Ifle of Mm, by his Excellency John Wood, £/j; Governor of the faid Ife, on his taking Foffeffion thereof for. his Majefty. Gentlemen, FROM the Proceedings of this Day, you may fee I have now the Hono
6 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBT: Printed ancl Sold by S. DREWRY; of whom may be had all Sorts of Bla n k Warrants, &V.

DERBT: Printed ancl Sold by S. DREWRY; of whom may be had all Sorts of Bla n k Warrants, &V.

This PAPER is alfo Sold by the following PERSONS, viz. MelTrs. ROE, $ By Mrs, COLE, Wirksworth, and at ji Mr. J. AST L E, Burton-upon-Trent, j[ Mr. MARTIM, Ashby-de-ia Zouch. S and T. TRIMER, $ Mr. TAYLOR's Shop, Winster, *# Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE, Ashbornii, $ Mr.J. SALT, W
6 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John Whitlow, of Liverpool, Lancafhire, T/'erchant. Thomas Barrett, of Leadenhall- ftreet, London, Box-Maker.
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
WAKEFIELD RAGES,

WAKEFIELD RAGES,

Yefterday the following Four Year olds Horfes, &c. ftarted for the rlate of 50! which was won by Mr. Wentworth's bay Colt 4 1 i Mr. Milncr s brown Colt, by Lot 232 Mr. Dixon's chefuut Colt, Little Adam 1 4 3 Sir Wm. Dalllon's bay Mare, Mifs Sprightly 324 This Day for the Give-an
17 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AtTTfc Y MACAU L AT, TEA DEALER, In St. Ann’s Square, Manchefler, Sells all Sorts of Teas, Coffee, and Chocolate,

AtTTfc Y MACAU L AT, TEA DEALER, In St. Ann’s Square, Manchefler, Sells all Sorts of Teas, Coffee, and Chocolate,

JtfholeCile and Retail. Of whom may be had, bit la E/ii ticn SHORT HAND, Which is the Art of Swift Writing, and very ufcfui in taking down Sermons, Speeches, Tryals, and D-bates; as al for Writing rough Draughts, copying ol Letters, Bills, or Other Writings, which tr read at any
3 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
London, September 5.

London, September 5.

his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Glocefter arrived in Town, and afterwards waited on their Majefties the Queen's Palace. aLetter ymo uih learn, thatYefterday nnight his Royal Highr.el's the nf GWeft,, pajed through tha.Vown, i„ hi" Way t° Mount Edgecombe. The next Mofnmg went Wate
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SALLY.—A Pastoral Song. YE Shepherds that watch on the Plain, Allow me a Play-day to keepj Ah ! can you

SALLY.—A Pastoral Song. YE Shepherds that watch on the Plain, Allow me a Play-day to keepj Ah ! can you

deny the poor Swain, Who never deferted his Sheep. It my fair Sally's Requeft To-day I wou'd pipe in the Grove j Was ever fond Shepherd lo bleft, So kindly invited Love ? With Care I have prun'd all Trees My Fountains are limped and clear, Banks I have furnilh'd with Bees Below
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England