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COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Nenucaftle, Sept. 20. A very remarkable Inftance of the Gratitude the common People is now moft confpicuous in Northumberland. The Pitmen of the Hartley Colliery, having been treated with the greatest Humanity and Tendernefs, Thomas Dclaval, are not only making all the Return in
28 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
KEMP’s OXFORD MACHINES

KEMP’s OXFORD MACHINES

Six Tima a IVerk, . COntinue Plyii'Z all the Year, and not leave OXFORD till Seven o’clock in the Morning. Price at ufual. N. B. Thefe Machines have-hitherto fet out of the Inn in Loudon, Five o'Clock in tht Morning ; but for the Convtniency PaflTengers, for the future they will
28 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, Sept. 28.

OXFORD, Sept. 28.

On Sunday the of Oelobcr next, the Lord Bifliop Oxford will hold a general Ordination at his Cathedral Church of Chrift in this Univerfity. We hear the Rev. Richard Cull, D. D. late of Merton College, Brother and Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Speaker of th-; Houle Commons
28 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
IPSWICH, September 27.

IPSWICH, September 27.

On Monday laft, the 23d inftant, Mr. Samuel Randal, Surgeon fl f Orford, was unanimoufly elefted Mayor of that Corporation, for the Year enfuing. On Thurfday laft was married Mr. Thomas Holdrich of Halef- worth, to Mifs M. Skoulding, Daughter of Mr. Thomas Skould- iag «f that Pl
28 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPS WIC Hi Printed, fir S. Craighton md W. Jackson, (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny^

IPS WIC Hi Printed, fir S. Craighton md W. Jackson, (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny^

28 September 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, 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
 
"""" 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
 
PART 111.

PART 111.

IN the firft part of this lecture, confidercd wigs iexiconally ; in this part (hall con(idcr them phyfically, or rather, a phyficalwig: not it relates to the faculty; hut only with an intent to fhew, how foine of the faculty treat their heads. This wig, is characatura .of both d
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England