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h, Vol. XXXIV. ( Price Two-Pace IMf-Pday. ) FRIDAY, September 27, 1765. [Numb. 1745. $
27 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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I R E L A N D, DUBLIN, Sept. 17. YESTERDAY the Riotous Soldiers, copfined for breaking open Newgate, were whipped fever'ely on Ox-man town-Given, in Prefence ofthe Army on Dublin Duty. When the Court Martial Sentence was read, fomc of them requefled to be fhot, rather than under
27 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, September 17,

LONDON, September 17,

Some frefh orders are faid to have been difeatched laft week to Colonel Defimaretz, his Majefty's Cominiffary at Dunkirk, regarding further infirm-lions for the total de- ftroying the materials piled up and numbered, taken from the baton of that harbour, and canal of Manlyke. Th
24 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Leeds, Sept. Ze\tb, 1765. This is to acquaint the Ladies and Gentlemen, THAT Mr. POWELL, the celebrated FIRE-EATER, is come

Leeds, Sept. Ze\tb, 1765. This is to acquaint the Ladies and Gentlemen, THAT Mr. POWELL, the celebrated FIRE-EATER, is come

to this Town, and hopes the Gentle- men, &c. will favour him with their Prefence, This, and the following Evenings, at Mr. Knisrht's Room in the Aflembly-Court, where he will exhibit liis extraordinary and aftonifliing Performances, which much fur- pafs any Thing he ever perform
24 September 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Epitaph on a young Gentleman who died for Love. from this Dream of Life* this Maze of Here rells^he Lover

Epitaph on a young Gentleman who died for Love. from this Dream of Life* this Maze of Here rells^he Lover

and the Friend Alive refpeaed, Jov'd bj-allbut one, To him the fame tho belov d by none. This dearer one by cruel Slander ftrove To wrong his Fame, as had wrong his Lore. From her unkind Reproaches funded more Than all the giddy Turns of Thofe Arrows piercing a w ll * k " 0W1 l£
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
And Enter d. upon at Lady-Day next, OHARPSHAW FARM, in the Pa- rifh of Nunney, the County of Somerfet ;

And Enter d. upon at Lady-Day next, OHARPSHAW FARM, in the Pa- rifh of Nunney, the County of Somerfet ;

containing about Acres of Meadow, Pa'ture, and Arable Land, all in good Condit'on, well watered in the dryeft Summer, and lying contiguous poflibie around the with Fruit enough in a tolerable Year to make ten or twelve Hogfheads of Cyder. The Farm Houfc, Barns, Stables, &c. all
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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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
 
cd in the conipiracy of 17.56, will reftore and Itrengthen union and concord in the kingdom, tear that an evil

cd in the conipiracy of 17.56, will reftore and Itrengthen union and concord in the kingdom, tear that an evil

may rclult therefrom'\vhicli w:ll over-balance all the good that can expected from it.’* oJcoJoojJoojJocJoojjoQ^c^ocJoojoc^oojJooJjcojSoo^ genual? anti Cueftiap’Sl Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. St Jamt 's Sept. it. H Kins h;is been pltafcd to conftitute ' ih-- and appoint John
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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28 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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L O N DO N, $ep t. 2i.

Thurfday there was a great Court at St. James's to pay their Compliments to her Majefty, being, the firil Time ofher feeing Company fince her laft happy Delivery. Their Majefties and the young Prince? dined at St; James's, and in the Afternoon fet out for Richmond. Yefterday the
27 September 1765 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England