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jTTtJM B. 1437-1

jTTtJM B. 1437-1

B. 1437-1 the PRINTER- Dux Femina FafH.- , , • U R Great and All-wife Creator the Uni- J verfc has appointed every thing to a certain ( uic and purpofe, and determined it to a cers tain courfe and fphere of action, frotnwhich ? if it deviates, it becomes unfit and inct- J-rf feft
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
KI N G’s COLLEGE.

KI N G’s COLLEGE.

KI G’s COLLEGE. THE Competition for Burfaries in the King’s College wil 1 begin as ufual the lall Monday of O;toher, and the Seflion of the College will {it down «n the firll Mo-.day of November, againft which time Eurlars are delired to attend. THA the third day of.Odlober next,
23 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABER D E E ./Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.] MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. g. On Sunday

ABER D E E ./Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.] MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. g. On Sunday

latt the Rev. Mr Thomas Harley, a clerg>man of reputatton m the church Rome, who had been ome years lecturer in ops of the principal colleges in Paris, did publicly, at hi Peter's Church, Lublir, tenom.ce the trrois popery. 2. it faid that three right hon. commoners, of the new
23 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
\sL folbmeg « « «*# c*Py fjfths rePort delivered.* -!to the Hon. Board of Longitude, by or.c of the.Gentlemen to ivhom Mr. Harrifon -vas referred to.pjake "a difiovery of the -principles of his Time-.■hiece. :" _. . . _._..>

\sL folbmeg « « «*# c*Py fjfths rePort delivered.* -!to the Hon. Board of Longitude, by or.c of the.Gentlemen to ivhom Mr. Harrifon -vas referred to.pjake "a difiovery of the -principles of his Time-.■hiece. :" _. . . _._..>

\sL folbmeg « « «*# c *Py fj f ths re P ort delivered * -!to the Hon. Board of Longitude, by or.c of the Gentlemen to ivhom Mr. Harrifon -vas referred to pjake "a difiovery of the -principles of his Time- ■hiece. : " _. . . ?? f thort view of the improvements made or attempt ea *
23 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Newcn/lle, Sept. 15. Sir Ralph Milbanke got fome of his pits to work this morning, without much molellation; but this afternoon body of men came to his pits, and cut the ropes of the gins, and broke of the machinery, and threw it down the pits ; and have threatened return to nig
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 

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The CHAT of the DAY,

The CHAT of the DAY,

22. It is faid, that on application being made a noble lord, for his intcrelt to obtain the recal a certain popular exile, his lordfhip, with great, nefs of foul, which his mod inveterate enemies mult admire, replied, That, as to his own part, he entertained no malice towards Mr
23 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
/ ~C'HE Rev. Mr. IR T, Uiher to the Free JL Grammar School at Wmbourn Mmftcr, begs Leave acquaint the

/ ~C'HE Rev. Mr. IR T, Uiher to the Free JL Grammar School at Wmbourn Mmftcr, begs Leave acquaint the

Public, that he is now fitting Lodgings fit for the Reception of a few young Gcnt.cmen, immediately after He thtretore takes this Method thofc who Hull do him the Honour of committing their Sons his Care, that he will ufc his beft Endeavour to d feharge the Trull repofed in him
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the BULK of the NATION."

To the BULK of the NATION."

IT is eafily perceived; that tire ridiculous abufe whicii the Favourite of the King, arid the Fa- vourite of the people are ftill opprelfed witb. among all the fcurriiity that flies about between the retainers ofthe iate and the prefent Miniftry, is not thrown out by the adheren
23 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraa ofa Letter from Boflon in New England,.- Augufl c, 176 c.

Extraa ofa Letter from Boflon in New England,.- Augufl c, 176 c.

Extraa ofa Letter from Boflon in New England, - Augufl c, 176 c. As to public affairs, it would take me up a week's time to write all I could fay : As to the im- pofition ofthe ftamp aft (vvhich takes piace the ill of November) it will,-! believe, be of fliort conti- nuance ; for
23 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TYLNEY-HALL PARK, five Miles Sheep will be taken winter from M*» Lady-Day, 3s. per Head. No more than one hundred

TYLNEY-HALL PARK, five Miles Sheep will be taken winter from M*» Lady-Day, 3s. per Head. No more than one hundred

will be taken. (Devizes.) be SOL D, Large and convenient DWELLING-HOUSE, good Repair, ntuaic near the Market-place, in Devize* : Togethcl with Half an Acre of Ground neatly adjoining. For Particulars enquire Mr. Poole, Attorney, or Mr. Fiikes, Apothecary, Devises. Andover, Sept.
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England