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Ttr the Primer ofthe Ipswich Journal.

Ttr the Primer ofthe Ipswich Journal.

Rules and Orders that I now fend ?? ou > W 'N ea( i me t0 confide- the ?? C° m pl a i nts t^ iat aye een ma^ e concerning the Cruelties which, it §fe|3sj| ■y is pretended, the Poor ?? in Nac- wHp>L_ IsD-S^II tcn - Hou f e ' We can the lefs admire . ?? at the Number and the Natur
14 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
%oID, FIFTY Hea.l of beautiful deer, of various Colour* ami all now in a Ch.dlgw, near Wantage, Berk*. For further

%oID, FIFTY Hea.l of beautiful deer, of various Colour* ami all now in a Ch.dlgw, near Wantage, Berk*. For further

Particulars enquire of Mr. William Stilling, Wantage afoirfaiJ.
14 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Reports fromthe Daily Papers.

Reports fromthe Daily Papers.

. An Anfwer is daily expected from Madrid, regarding certain important Queftions lately put to that Court ; according to which, it is foid, vvill be regulated fome very fpirited Meafures novv on the Carpet. Monday the Marquis de Bloft'et, who is entrufted vvith the Affairs of Fr
13 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Lottery Tickets, and Shares of Tickets', Are bcliing ..MARY .od SONS. H. Mai ket-Place, Maneketitr. Shares at the following Prices,

Lottery Tickets, and Shares of Tickets', Are bcliing ..MARY .od SONS. H. Mai ket-Place, Maneketitr. Shares at the following Prices,

viz. d. o') r• 5 6 O j I A S'xty fourth A Thirty fecund Sixteenth An Eighth A Fooiih An Htif £ o 0 1 s. 4 8 lb I Z 2 5 m e^‘ 6z 5 O 1250 2 100 5000 1. 5 10 o o o o J. o o o o o o BBS Likewfe at the fane Places may be bad. And of Thomas Berry, Grocer, Hanging Bridge. K-y’s Antifc
10 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

Turfy, J, THE new Dutch Ambafl'acor armed here twelve ago. Jhe of Plague ill t.iis City every day. (Ju^ftte. . cc cr Papers il'arjaw, IVla*J Auguji 21. The King ha? a ij enquire into, gr.v,. and pub the) to p Hop to u»ury. ul. exm gain, 10 e!t*l'».ih iuuptuaiy Las, and fuj.rret»
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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Wedne[day and Thurfdtifs Posts

Wedne[day and Thurfdtifs Posts

We dne [day and Thurfdtifs Posts (ry- Arriv'd a Ma.ll from HOLLAND. From the Evening- Papers. Cadiz, July 30. ACCORDING to a letter received from Gibraltar, ten, out of the forty French prilbners who were taken before Lar- rache, died on the road to Morocco. The relt have been pr
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
«• HOUSE, plearant!yft quire of Mr. Trefi ' (i j«fi 1 Green Street, at .f fl® N. B. The laft

«• HOUSE, plearant!yft quire of Mr. Trefi ' (i j«fi 1 Green Street, at .f fl® N. B. The laft

ceeding from By His Effence J,«gv. Ic^r'S'gn?^ mach and Bowels, > n 1 , ings from other Cat' e '. Wind, W. as others, .re dadj<*&„ dial and Stomachic by any other Medic'" e " Prepared and and Apothecary* r , and is appointed to 1 ' I Apothecary and C , he^' by ji ' y Gate-Street
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, September Tire LITTLE I*l ARE. . A NEW SONG. To be cither fung or laid, as you pleafe-Reader. 1

LONDON, September Tire LITTLE I*l ARE. . A NEW SONG. To be cither fung or laid, as you pleafe-Reader. 1

unc, he old (jrimjion*. ~ie 0<- the , What is faid, what is fecn. My mufe has need to declare ; In word to the wife. True difcrction relics. So lings the little Mare. Fal da ral, Sec, 11. What Mare ? you will fay, But be cautious, I pray. And lead us not into a fr.are : Not the
9 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
; E E J o-o ft. A L, i 76 3. Letters from Smyrna take notice, that the great heats

; E E J o-o ft. A L, i 76 3. Letters from Smyrna take notice, that the great heats

of the weather, which might be thought to increafe the plague, are the occafton of its abating every day. .LONDON. 4. It is that his Grace the duke of Richmond will not fet out on his embaffy to France till fuch time as our Court has received a categorical anfwcr to a memorial,
9 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Vejtear the new Tabernacle of James I M'Donntll, minijlcr, without Pilgrimttrtet gate, will opened to-morrow lor fenrice. ... . ..

Vejtear the new Tabernacle of James I M'Donntll, minijlcr, without Pilgrimttrtet gate, will opened to-morrow lor fenrice. ... . ..

... One dav this week, publican, in village little.diftant from this town, having married his houfukcepCr; in the evening, is uliial, he reciuctted the- bride’s company to bed; but, contrary all natural expectations, (he obftinatcly oppoied his rlelire; and (nolwithllanding ther
14 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England