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journal MONDAY, September 23, 1765. Gala day at Court, and to-day will be the laii. To-morrow, mourning will be put on again. Whitehall, Sept. 17. The Ring has been pleafed to giant unto William Mellilh, Ef!(; the office of receiver-general and cafheerofhis Majelly’s cuftoms, fub
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
EDINBURGH, Sept. 16.

EDINBURGH, Sept. 16.

23. Thurfday lad, the Revd. Presbytery of Edinburgh met at VV eftk irk, after a fuitabie fermon preached on the occafion by the Revd Mr John Eifkine,they proceeded to moderate in a Call tor fupplying the pref-nt vacancy in that pariih. All prefent unanimoufly ficned a Call for t
23 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A defcription of the ifiand qfAxA PosA ; in a.letter from a Gentleman who touched there in his.pafiage to St. Helena, to Jiis friendin London,.da tea] St. Helena, July iOj 1765.

A defcription of the ifiand qfAxA PosA ; in a.letter from a Gentleman who touched there in his.pafiage to St. Helena, to Jiis friendin London,.da tea] St. Helena, July iOj 1765.

A defcription of the ifiand qfAxA PosA ; in a letter from a Gentleman who touched there in his pafiage to St. Helena, to Jiis friend in London , da tea] St. Helena, July ?? 1765. " \ FTER leaving England, we met with no- _/ A. thing remarkable, except a view of the la- mous Pike
25 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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WHITE md T{ «f • V J 1 '■ Priirifed arid foM b • :■ •• . . *' . -wad! U-Q. K-P .8 »» *4-' . ~ a msa!gasiSßS sua II court, m;Coejo»fiio» wnb wo Sj I. Ell ftjter Po««H ste Coolinool, c» Favour ••*« of Corfia; *»d h* T<tn f«d, * J Off that it will not btfore 9)3 will be CTOCtWeJ the
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tt S L D. EOIIHT WALLIS'iT «t n, i> tmA SbitUa, STOCK of M BKR, FL'AN K, TR.EMILS, SfICvCS MALI,

Tt S L D. EOIIHT WALLIS'iT «t n, i> tmA SbitUa, STOCK of M BKR, FL'AN K, TR.EMILS, SfICvCS MALI,

BOAT OAAS, miA otbct tTUBT Alio tKc HULL •NBWVESSBL. (Uoal 10 Kcdi Wc«»U. ««afUaieA cactpt Joimcn W»ik-
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Lottery Tickets, and Shares of Tickets, Are dow Selling it MARY BERR Y. and SONS, the Market-Place, Mantbefter. Shares at

Lottery Tickets, and Shares of Tickets, Are dow Selling it MARY BERR Y. and SONS, the Market-Place, Mantbefter. Shares at

the following Prices, viz, A Sixty fourth A Thirty fecund A Sixteenth An Eighth A Fourth An Half o o 0 1 t. 4 8 16 12 2 o o o r* 1 ° 1 *“ 6! O j 5 6 3>* 6*5 1250 2500 L5OOO s. d. 10 o o o o o o O or Liketoift at the Jamt Plain may it bad. And tf Thonua Berry, Grner, in Hanging B
24 September 1765 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be L K T, Ami entered Miy-djj next, ALL that MKSSUAGK, Th'.NK MF.NT, or KAKM, fituatc at llradfortl, in

To be L K T, Ami entered Miy-djj next, ALL that MKSSUAGK, Th'.NK MF.NT, or KAKM, fituatc at llradfortl, in

the I’arifli of Bolam, now in the jof Robert Roblbn. And alt that ACiE, TKNKMF.NT, or FARM, fituate near Capheatpn, in the Pariili Kirlcwhelpington, and called Sandy Ureas, now ,in ll e ‘bnifellion John S|mmdou.— Mr William Kirfopp Hcxhani. N, B. John Brown of Capheaton will fli
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

John Whitlow, of Liverpool, Lancafliire, f/Jerchant. Thomas Barrott, of Leadenhall -ftreet, London, Box-Maker.
28 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
'EPIGRAM. WHILE the Ins and the Outs are difclaiming the Thane, (So flrangely does Party befot 'em) T'«ey add to

'EPIGRAM. WHILE the Ins and the Outs are difclaiming the Thane, (So flrangely does Party befot 'em) T'«ey add to

his Fame, fince they tell us plain, 41 My Lord's of no Side—at the Bottom."
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England