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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
 
ABERDEEMJOUB-NAI/

ABERDEEMJOUB-NAI/

inclofed, and has been forthefe Cx years paft in Grafs, and ripe to be broke up. alfo the Miln and Miln Lands of Wattertoun, adjoining to the Mains to be entered to at Whitfunday next, all for fuchanumber of years as ihall be condefcended on a t the time of the Roup. The premifes
23 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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
 
NOKTHINCra:

NOKTHINCra:

be Sold by Auction, By JAMES P R E C E Y, Auctiokiii, Some Time about the Middle next Month, THE neat and elegant HOUSHOLD FUR-' NITURE of the Rev. Mr. Moreau, ot Child Okeford, neat ford, Dorfet, go ingto quit the fame. Timely Notice of the Days of viewing the above, and whereC
23 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, 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