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B. London, ©V. 'Tuefday, Sept. 24. 1. Yefterday being the Annivcrfary of their M.jefties Co- ronation, there was a very numerous and fp Jen did Court at St. James's, to pay their Complinn. fits to hi* Majclty on the Occafion. 2. Yefterday in the Afternoon their Royal HighnefTes
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At Beak-Key, London. ' I At Norwich, per Comb- Wheat Red, - 345. a 4.05. 1 Wheat, - xBs. al9 s. 6i. Ditto White, - 345. a 4os. * P.arloy, .. - 10s. a xis. Rye, - - 23 s. a 24*. Rye, - - - 10s. a lis- Barley, - - 23*. a 25=?. Peas, - - - 12?. a rjjb Qats* • - - 14s. a iSs.. J Out
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
~ IPSWICH, September 27.

~ IPSWICH, September 27.

On Monday laft, the 23d inftant, Mr. Samuel Randal, Surgeon e f Orford, was unanimoufly elect, ed Mayor of that Corporation, for the Year en filing. On Thurfday laft was married Mr. Thomas Holdrich of Halef- worth, to Mifs M. Skoulding, Daughter of Mr. Thomas Skould- ing «f that
28 September 1765 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
his Paper is circulate iby the moll fpeedy Conveyance thro’ the Counties Nor thumb., laM Durl. ~~ fork-, alio thro*

his Paper is circulate iby the moll fpeedy Conveyance thro’ the Counties Nor thumb., laM Durl. ~~ fork-, alio thro*

Mmudaie, Kitb/dait, OaUt-wm Ti-uiuJab 1 ' *«> !> •jimorian.., il\jl and North Hidings the County of ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding wenty Lines ° r in S^- are m Paper, at 3s. 6d. the firll Time, and as. 6d. each Time afterwards.
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
tliofe inpurfuit of ift lieircfs, and having tried all efforts in vain, at laff Kluttery of the inn-kee{'er ; and

tliofe inpurfuit of ift lieircfs, and having tried all efforts in vain, at laff Kluttery of the inn-kee{'er ; and

by lier means gained the lady. But to fee the ingratitude of mankind, he had not been married a forthright, before kick'd flattery out of doors ; and; from that time to (his, ihe has had no fettled place of abode, but k ufualiy to found-n the beginning aurljbip, and the latter e
28 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PART 11. IN the fivft part of this lefhire we confidercd men’s heads; in tills part, (hall conlider the head

PART 11. IN the fivft part of this lefhire we confidercd men’s heads; in tills part, (hall conlider the head

drefs of the fine ladies : for as the world is round, and the world turns round, and every thing turns round with it; fo no lunar, orfuhlunar revolution, hath caufed greater alteration in the affairs of men, than hath from time to time taken place the head drefles of the ladies.
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