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and Post s. LONDON, Sept. ig. KEY write from Petcrfburgh th;it letters have been received from certain Ruifia merchants trading

and Post s. LONDON, Sept. ig. KEY write from Petcrfburgh th;it letters have been received from certain Ruifia merchants trading

toMorthTartary, of late dilcovery having been made of illand fuppofed, from various clrcuraftances, to be the very place from whence America was fir If peo. . pled, that continent being but at a little diftance: and the lirft migration is thought to have been made by large bodie
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
B. London, &c. Tuefday, Sept. 24...

B. London, &c. Tuefday, Sept. 24...

1. Yefterday being the Anniverfary of their Majefties Co- ronation, there was a very numerous and fplendid Court at St. James's, tq pay their Compliments to liis Majefty on the Occafion. 2. Yefterday in the Afternoon their Royal Highneffes the Dukes of York and Gloueefter, and t
28 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
McfnCAITII, Auguft *4, «7«J. terHcßßAs an AD VE RTIS EME VV appcii’ik ia the NEWCASTLE CHKOMIGLE, ikat Ctotsa ricaaaitio bat

McfnCAITII, Auguft *4, «7«J. terHcßßAs an AD VE RTIS EME VV appcii’ik ia the NEWCASTLE CHKOMIGLE, ikat Ctotsa ricaaaitio bat

•bitin’d a Making and rending I BOM CHEWS, alfo felting foith that vat the felt laTtatoi thereofi Tbit it ihetefoic to the roblic, the M Sctkoi kie *ot a aco latebtioa hot only an A ltd. irrioa front oiade'fetaaf Tcart ago Fnher,' •h ; cl> tlint’loa oaa a'fit yatfettn'd by oio f
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
M iking of SAUSAGES,

M iking of SAUSAGES,

M iking SAUSAGES, on Saturday the sth of OAoher, where all thole who will to favour her with their Cultom, may depeml on being well ufed, Their Humble Servant, SARAH HERBERT. N. B. Mrs. Herbert will fend a printed Bill of her own Name with all the haulage* Ihe out of Town. i/t/Tf
28 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T* fit SOLD, r* tkt itji BidJtr,

T* fit SOLD, r* tkt itji BidJtr,

At the Hoofe of Mi Wind, in Pilgrim fiteet, jn Ncwcafile upon Tyne, Thmfday. tbc Day Oftobet ncn, CEveral CLOSES or PARCELS of GROUND, «3 lying on the South Sjdc of the Townfliip Apyctley, in rhe Connty Niittbambeilaitd, now the Occupation George Willey, TMtnt.—Aed, for other ra
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the London Papers, Sept. 24-

From the London Papers, Sept. 24-

Madrid, Aug. 27. The Emperor of Morocco ha written lately two letters to the King ; he fays in the fecond, that he has caufed all the Spanifh ilaves in his kingdom to be fet at liberty, and that lie defired to conclude a treaty of peace with his Majefly. In return bis Majefty ha
28 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
C. London,, (ScThut/cky, Sept. 26.

C. London,, (ScThut/cky, Sept. 26.

1. This Day at Noon his Majefty came from Richmond to St. James's ; where theie was a grand Court and With- drawing-room. Her Majefty did not come to Town. 2. This Day her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Brunfwick dined with her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales at Car
28 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NORFOLK. Kin g"s Lyn n, Norfolk. A CONCERT of Music k, WILL be at the Town-Hall on Monday the 30th

NORFOLK. Kin g"s Lyn n, Norfolk. A CONCERT of Music k, WILL be at the Town-Hall on Monday the 30th

o£ September inftant, in the Forenoon. Firft Violin by Mr. Helendaal.— The Overtures will be accom- panied with the Horn, and the Aififtance of many other able Per- formers will be procured from Norwich and elfewhere. To begin precifely at Eleven o'Ciock. Tickets to be had of Mr
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
"""" E. LONDON, Friday Morning, Sept. 27.

"""" E. LONDON, Friday Morning, Sept. 27.

% j. On Wednefday Afternoon Mrs. Salkeld, Wife to Mr. Salkeld, tfafbemattcal Infirttment -maker, in Smitbfield, went, accompanied h$ her Sifier, to the Surgeon's Theatre in the Old-Baily, to view the Bvdiet of the three Murderers who lay diffecled there ; but was fo ojfeffed by
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
that this cap was invented by fome /urly ox ill-natured guardian, who being part the relifh of beauty thcmfelves, would

that this cap was invented by fome /urly ox ill-natured guardian, who being part the relifh of beauty thcmfelves, would

deny even the fight of it to the reft of mankind I Since we are on the ladies faces, permit me a word on the pernicious practice of Jace paintings or rubbing of rouge and 'white on the complexion. Women of the town may allowed the ufe painty becaufe the dexterity their profeflio
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England