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COUNTRY-NEWS

COUNTRY-NEWS

Ipfhvich, Auguji 30. We are credibly informed, that the Sollicitor of the Treafury, and the Clerk of the- Peace, have lately been fent by the Government to take examinations, and to give orders concerning the appre- hending the late rioters, and all the proiecutions are under th
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Cfte LEEDES 3^*ntelUgenccr«

Cfte LEEDES 3^*ntelUgenccr«

[ Vol. XII TUESDA V, September io, 1 765. N° 599 Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at Neiv-Street-EuJ.
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GAME. WHEREAS the GAME within the Mai i r of MIDDLETON, has of late been much deflroved by Pcrfoni having

GAME. WHEREAS the GAME within the Mai i r of MIDDLETON, has of late been much deflroved by Pcrfoni having

no Aothotiiy to kill or take the fame i Ibtrtftrt NOTICE li Itrcby given, Tl. * whoever fhall hereafter be found fhooting, or by any ether Waya dctlroying ihc (iamr within the ?? Manor, will be profecutedas rhe Lav dirtfle, ly THOMAS DENISON, Efiy to v. horn the fole Care of the
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
H U L L| Reptcmher 8

H U L L| Reptcmher 8

Imports. Oporto-Packet, R. Scl-.onfv.-.ir, from Oporto, with Wine, Ittl Snrjh, W. Lambert, from Amftcr.l.im, light. Neu-Succcfs, R. Gylby, from Bremen, with V.irn, Clapboard, Kilri-itte Wooll, At. Manclielttrr, W. Burfl.ill, from Hampton in Virctnia, uith Tar, Turpentine, Barrel
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

From the LONDON IiAZ E, Sept. 7. James's, September 7. BY a Letter from Di teceived Yeflcrday, we learn, that the Demolition ot the Jettces of thcChannci Dun knk was begun the 2<l Inllar.t, It. Jama's, September 7 The King has been pleafcd-to cor.P.ituie and int hit G>acc lioma
10 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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FRIDAY and SATURDAY'S POSTS.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY'S POSTS.

(£j« Arrived a MAIL fram Flanders. Cadiz, July 30. -$-•s"s"s"s* c EN O F. S E failor, who latt ly arrived here • •#• from Gibraltar, haih reported, that on *$• A •$> the 10th of this month a bark failed from I%r ?? that port laden with 350 barrels of powder Jf-fyfy-fyjp deltined
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Saturday’s and Sunday’s Posts.

Saturday’s and Sunday’s Posts.

From the Eveniko-Posts, and Daily S.-pt 5 LONDON September 5. WE hear Piice ot Gum Seneca liar this Week role upwaids per Cent, and it thought it will foon advanced much h'gher, from the bad profit frdh Supplies from Africa. We hear Application intended to be made next Scffions,
10 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
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
 
AMERICA

AMERICA

Bojlon, July 8. The people of Canada are in an ill temper, and groaning out their grievances, the Savages threatening the Southern Governments with a new war. — Trade, burthened beyond all poflible bearing, bleeding, dying. The whole of Englilh America in the depths of defpair t
10 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England