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; 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
 
SATURDAY, Se *

SATURDAY, Se *

and SUNDAY’S POST'S. /.■; Arrived * * Mail ‘from E K *• . ■* ■ Nc'chbourhood, would 1000 return Home, but they have not yet mark ‘he kaft Preparation* for Marching. We are the mmi more artoDilhed thi*. •• cartnot p«»etr*«e the - Mo the Coftrt of Peter (bur ch, tot letting them c
14 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Mijsitr * LETTfr»* PATENT for Great Britain, and the IKE’i Grand ANTIDOTE tor Ilcfii all SCORBUTIC HUMOURS. l O 11,

Mijsitr * LETTfr»* PATENT for Great Britain, and the IKE’i Grand ANTIDOTE tor Ilcfii all SCORBUTIC HUMOURS. l O 11,

The froprietoi hat appointed CLUBR DICE! . Dr RATiMati’a Waichoufe, Bow Church raid Lond fi«d " '• •‘‘ reuoa. are ue-’ •* ..•« , N - , TheOip-niem it put in Tin Batet. One Boa it f..pj cient for the Cu.e a Child ten ot taelve Tea,, old younge, in Fioportion , pad -wo Boxet ncvei
14 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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
 
E D ]NpURG H: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Compa^ and fold at their Pnnting-houfe in

E D ]NpURG H: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Compa^ and fold at their Pnnting-houfe in

the Parliamcnt-clofc ; where Advertifements and Subfiriptions are taken in*
9 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
k_D. Foreign News.

k_D. Foreign News.

Aug. 27. An er.fy Remedy for the Bite of nrad 3E>ogs has been communicated by M. Sydow, of Stol- zefelde near Soldin. It is the Matrifylva, well known to all the Apothecaries. Ten Perfons have been perfe&lv cured by it, befides an hundred Head of Cattle. It has fucceeded •with S
14 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Bath, September 12.

Bath, September 12.

Arriv'd here, LadySj"'p Lady Catharine Murray» , . Bre/eton, Mr. and M«. S Ketto, Mr. and Mrs. Partridge, Mr. and M lS ' f Mrs. Fell, Mr. and 5, p ■M f Whitmore, Mr. and Mr. Blair, Mr. Barnav«M ingham, Mr. Fr»nW«"»* ftead, Mr. Powell, Mr. rS> Wolfe, Mrs. Beckett, 1 Mri Watts, Mr
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To SOLD, At tit Houft tf Mrs. Dale, being tbt Red Lyon In«, in Warrington, in the County tf Lancaller,

To SOLD, At tit Houft tf Mrs. Dale, being tbt Red Lyon In«, in Warrington, in the County tf Lancaller,

upon Thurfday tbt grb Day of September 1765, at four of the Clock in the Afternoon, according to Condition/ which wilt be then produc'd, HE Fee Simple and Inheritance of all that Melfuage and J. Tenement, lying in Croft, in the (aid County of Lancajier, called the N-mc Daafon's,
10 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
C>ai Chefitr, the Place UJhef'oy Second Mafier of ib« Free am mar School, in Macc'tsf.eld, the County o. Chefitr, will

C>ai Chefitr, the Place UJhef'oy Second Mafier of ib« Free am mar School, in Macc'tsf.eld, the County o. Chefitr, will

be vacant at Micbat The Governor* of the raid School give No-ice, that they intend to meet the fi.ft Day Ohhhtr next, at the School HoVjt, in Matt Jieid, bv Ten of Clock in the Forenoon, in Older to elect fit Pei Ton to the Place. . Ary Graduate in either the Unive.fities, who c
10 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEEDES, September 10

LEEDES, September 10

The Inhabitants at the Back of the Shambles, began laft Week to take in their Shop Windows and pull down their Penthoiifcs, in order to make a better Palfage for Carria- ges, the want of which has been long and loudly com- plained of ; but much more to the credit of this opulent
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England