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L 0 N D O N, Sept. i_

L 0 N D O N, Sept. i_

Yefterday there was a very numerous and fpiendid Levee at St. James's, at which the Prince of Brunfwick was prefent, who received the Compliments of the Foreign Minillers, and many of the Nobility, who came tb Town to congratulate their Serene Highnefles on their Arrival in Engl
20 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Tefterday arrived the Mails from Holland, Francfe- and. Flanders, by which we have the following Advices.

Tefterday arrived the Mails from Holland, Francfe- and. Flanders, by which we have the following Advices.

Tefterday arrived the Mails from Holland, Francfe- and Flanders, by which we have the following Advices. Nora, in Sweden, July 30. On the 14...1 liiitant was unfortunately lofl, Peer Olotfen, a Worker in the Mines, by being. overfet in a Boat crofling over a Meer. What is moft re
6 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extracl of a Letter frem Nenvcafile, dated Sept. 23.

Extracl of a Letter frem Nenvcafile, dated Sept. 23.

.• The Pit-Men are at Work at the Hartley Colliery belonging * to Tho. Deleval Efq; near Seatonfluys; but the Waggon-Ways, * and Pit Materials here and at Sunderland, have been burnt and * deftroyed. * A few Days fi nee the Pit Men attempted to fet Fire to Allen's * and Jenifon'
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
a pretended Friend, and real Enemy. THY hefitating Tongue, and doubtful Face, Shew all thy Kindnefs to be mere Grimace

a pretended Friend, and real Enemy. THY hefitating Tongue, and doubtful Face, Shew all thy Kindnefs to be mere Grimace

Throw off the Mafk at once ; be Foe or Friend} 'Tis bafe to footh, when Malice is the End The Rock that's feen, gives the poor Sailor Dread; But double Terror, that which hides its Head. SAMUEL HANCOCK, HAVING taken and enter'd on the GEORGE and PELICAN INN at Speenhamland, in t
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
America.

America.

Niagara, May 30. The following Account received laft Night from Detroit, from the Commanding Officer, and Col. Vaughan ordered it to he made public. " SIR, I received Intelligence lately of Pondiac's raifing a great many Nations of Indians, who are to aflemble at this Place the
5 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, August 31.

London, August 31.

Letters from Hanover ol the InSant advife, that his Roya) Highnefs the Duke fetout that Day for the Univeifitv of Gotungen, and the Hartz (or Mines), and that the Hereditary Prince and Princefi ot Brunfwick were expelled there the 2.7 th Inltant. Yeltet day Lord Bute was at Cour
5 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol August 31.

Bristol August 31.

Airiv'd at the Hot-Well.—Lady Cunning ham, Rev. Dr. Moors, Rev. Mr. Townfend, Mr. Ar buckle, Mr. Almey, Mr. Ims, Mr. Rowland. Mr. Smith, Mr. Tomlinfon, Mr. Whitty, Mr. Brenfnn, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. ,Jackjon, Mr. qnd Mrs. Larkin, Mrs Mrs. Milljh, Mrs. Gal way, Mrs.
5 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, September 24.

London, September 24.

Yefterday in the Afternoon, their Royal Highre(l<-s the Dukes of York and Gioceffer, and their HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick, fet out for the Princefs Amelia's Seat at Gunnerfourv, where a grand Entertainment was given, and at Night there was a Ball, Preparatio
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
By his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, for Great-Britain and the Plantations. PIKE's GRAND ANTIDOTE for the Itch, and all Scorbutic

By his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, for Great-Britain and the Plantations. PIKE's GRAND ANTIDOTE for the Itch, and all Scorbutic

Humours. ejr'HE Proprietor has appointed CLUER DICEY and Co. Dr. Bateman's Warehoufe, in Bow-Churchard, London, the only Venders of this Ointment, to whom all Perfons are defer ed to apply for it. Merchants, Captains of Ships, and Conntry Dealers, will have good Allowance to fel
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AMEN-C6feNEB; WAR D‘*. M Cl N $ S. Sold only by JOSEPH BARBER, BoosstLLii. «t fail CiaCVLATiN.G ÜBRARt. ii*M»nCo»Mi», N*«r

AMEN-C6feNEB; WAR D‘*. M Cl N $ S. Sold only by JOSEPH BARBER, BoosstLLii. «t fail CiaCVLATiN.G ÜBRARt. ii*M»nCo»Mi», N*«r

110,01 bet Fcifop ia.(bit Conan, Oide» s»* JOt^N,FIELDING, Kbit. JOHN FACE, £iqi ond E.OEERT. on,oi ¥i« , W V B Lie: .. A S it o’bt ctrncrt Defire to tffift this Do"ble do 4 diCainoAed latcatiaai of J om'm Fa• i, Efqt ia estending , the Benedn of ifae Uie Mr .Vedician to tbt Foo
14 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England