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mnt account ofa new pamphlet, entituledA letter to.ike Common Council of London, on their late very.extraordinary addrefs.

mnt account ofa new pamphlet, entituledA letter to.ike Common Council of London, on their late very.extraordinary addrefs.

mnt account ofa new pamphlet, entituled A letter to ike Common Council of London, on their late very extraordinary addrefs. THE author introduces this performance with a few larcaitic compliments on the refolution and gcod fenfe of the city of London, after which, ftating the wor
18 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No Mails this Pofl.

No Mails this Pofl.

From the London Papers. Sept. io. IVarfaw, Auguft 21. THE King has appointed a commiffion to en- quire into, and redrefs grievances and pub- lic abufes ; they are particularly to put a ftop to ufury, and all exorbitant gain, to eftabiifti fumptu- aty Jaws, and fupprefs luxury. T
16 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DANIEL ALDER, S/VMUEL MARRIOTT, •nd WI K I R SOP P, Qentlemen, BEing the COMMISSIONERS named and jppoimcd in «n

DANIEL ALDER, S/VMUEL MARRIOTT, •nd WI K I R SOP P, Qentlemen, BEing the COMMISSIONERS named and jppoimcd in «n

Ad Parliamenf, in'iiled, An Aft for dividing and inelofiag two Moor* Commooa wiihin the Baionp a i< Maooi of Waik aod Parifh Simonburai in (he CoOnty of NochumDerland,” give Notice, (hat the; intend to have the! fi.ft Mee'lng fot putting the faid Aft, in Execution, at the Houle
21 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LECTURE on HEADS. ..., , to oblcrve. that the Perfon who recites ■ ffw.» «««“(! » A V"-f' ". ""

LECTURE on HEADS. ..., , to oblcrve. that the Perfon who recites ■ ffw.» «««“(! » A V"-f' ". ""

, ' ,€ t [Continued from our lalE] . -,*--I*an* ERE wig; ft’Jf chifleled out by ttone cutter; and as unnatural as Chi- * ornaments ; and yet theft wigs, and the .ww.rr them too, are falh.on fome * W.JR parts the town ; and thus plailler d, like the top of cabbage-plant alter iho
16 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
RDEEN JOtJRNAL, j. . additional duty, to take place the ift January committed great Irregularities tn tbe Alr.can navenext, is

RDEEN JOtJRNAL, j. . additional duty, to take place the ift January committed great Irregularities tn tbe Alr.can navenext, is

computed feme perfons to amount to trade, whtch it is apprehended wil embroil «- with 200,0001. ftetling; a great addition to our internal the natives of the country, many of thefc free people (lock, as it is not likely that one in a hundred of having been forcibly carried oft.
16 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Englilli

Englilli

: Containing an Explanation of all the Words made'Ufe the commonOccurrciKts Life, or in die f.vcral Arts and Sciences: a* to convey precile and determinate Idea of their Meaning. The AcccnU arc placed over the proper Svllaldts, to poiiif out the true Pronunciation. And, in order
21 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Venice, September 4. Province of Daimatia continuing Tg. quite free from the blague, the Pro-3' J. veditor General has opened a Com- W mumcat ' on between different Paris, except the Territories Places on'the Frontiers and there are hopes that the Contag
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Notice .That The Annual Venifon Feaft, Given by Sir Robert Long, Bart, and Ed- WARtv Pofham, Efq. will at Mr.

Notice .That The Annual Venifon Feaft, Given by Sir Robert Long, Bart, and Ed- WARtv Pofham, Efq. will at Mr.

James Eluerton's, the Three Wool-Packs Inn, in Trowbridge, Wilts, TO-MORROW, being Friday, the 201 h of September. I?? gt'fcc Notice, That BRADFORD ASSEMBLY ( Which ufually began his Majejfys Coronation-Day ) Will begin this Year on Tuesday next, the 24th of September, his Majel
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sem-Chorut from Handel, upon the arrival of tie Prince and Princefs of Brunswick. \ Sung by Mr. Lowe, Mr. Taylor,

Sem-Chorut from Handel, upon the arrival of tie Prince and Princefs of Brunswick. \ Sung by Mr. Lowe, Mr. Taylor,

Mifs Davies, ar.d Mrs. Vincent, at Marybone Gardens. WElcome, welcome, Royal pair, Frederick and Auguji a fair ; Welcome to this land again, Free from warlike toil and pain. Every Helling from above, Crown your days with peace and love. Welcome, welcome, Royal pair, Frederick an
17 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England