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V A R M O U T H, Sept. 25.

V A R M O U T H, Sept. 25.

At a Corporation -Affembly this Day Mr. John Burton, Alder- man, was chofen Water-Bailiff, and refigned his Gown, and Mr. Wm. Fifher was elefted Alderman in his Stead : And Mr. White, Surgeon, and Mr. Jn. Taylor, were elefted Commou-Council-men. •On Saturday Night laft a Farm-Ho
28 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The LAW of LIBEL S.

The LAW of LIBEL S.

AND THE LAWS againft FORESTALLING, tte. Price Two Shillings and Sispence dewed. An Entire NEW WORK. Cbifil Dag 10 pubUtbeD, Price Only SIX-PENCE, 'f- DOR NED with a wry Frontifpiece, being the Cofnpleateft, Chcapcft, Smaitcft and Beft Colleftiott extant, and entiitly freed from
28 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 19

LONDON, Sept. 19

It is ftrongly reported, that our Court, in conjunction with two other Powers on the Continent, are greatly interefting themfelves in favour of the independency of Corfica ; and it is even faid, that it will not be long before that Ifland will be evacuated by the French, and con
24 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Bristol, September 21.

Bristol, September 21.

Arriv'd at the Hot-Wells.—Two C*pt. Collins"s, Capt. Fox, Mr. To'k, Mr. Bowling, Mrs. Leigh, Mrs. Serra, Mrs. Combrune, Mrs. and two Mifs Lee's, Mrs. and two M'tfs Martyrfs, three Mifs Turner's, two Mifs Chancellor's, Mils Allam, Mifs Glynn, &c. Ca.ne in our laft, The Earl Shann
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Berlin, Sept. 14. HIS Morning the King of Pruffia, a'tended by the Prine Royal, young Pnr.ee Henry of Pruflla, and the two Princes Brunfwick in this Service, arrived here in perfeft Health from Silelia. His P:uflian Majefty found the Nobility and Gentry
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Epitaph on James Wilson, IVbo nuas found murder* near IktWTON, in the Night of Aug. 1765. BY inui d'rous Blows

Epitaph on James Wilson, IVbo nuas found murder* near IktWTON, in the Night of Aug. 1765. BY inui d'rous Blows

Pniead of Life was broke j Fatal the Hour, and terrible the Stroke • aggrai thy Crime, Death was my Fate • Rodent, vile Wrctch, before it is too late ' Repent, thou Dettroye. uiy Life - Behold me he.e, behold my 2al es and Wife tioin what Woes Which call lor Vengeance, pierce th
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WILLIAM WELF O R D,

WILLIAM WELF O R D,

C H V M I s T and D R ug c i st, from London, At the Golden Cross in WARE, Hertfordshire, Poth hereby give Notice, THAT he faithfully prepares and fells all Sorts of Medi- cines, Chyniical or Galenical, at as low Prices as any one in London ; a few Articles, as a Specimen, are i
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
N T R Y NEWS.

N T R Y NEWS.

Monday laft the Keeper of ou. that fomc of the prisoners intended to Je a general fearch in all their apartmnd leveral implements concealed, and tem fawed almoft oft'; but the projectow double ironed, to prevent any far- Lift Friday Mr. Bates, of Hockndlidhire, drinking draught
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
EDINBURGH, Sr//. 18.

EDINBURGH, Sr//. 18.

40. Sept. 15. The circuit court of judiciary was begun here on Tucfday laft by lord Colftoun. There was no bufmefs before the court, which xifes on nest. £ jfr 41. The Cotinkfs of fafc.y delivered of« fon at Hopetoun-houfe. Extratiofa Utter from Elgin, Auguft 2j, rytj', 4*. We h
23 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
*7 .... _ . check from a great army the j hut they mention no particulars. 4 They write Tom

*7 .... _ . check from a great army the j hut they mention no particulars. 4 They write Tom

Peterfburgb, that her imperial Majefty has ordered each family of the Germans, and other foreigners, who are come fettle in North Ruflia, to be (utnifhed with one or more hand mills for grinding corn, numbers of which were daily arriving from Hamburgh and Holland. 5. The laft le
23 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland