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SUNDAY's and MONDAY's PSOTS.

SUNDAY's and MONDAY's PSOTS.

Arri'SJ the Mai's from Holland, and France. Leghorn* Oft. 28. Tunifun galley, of oars, and 72 men, has Tfif been forced into this port by (Irefs of weather. As there is treaty lubliiting between T and Tunis, our Governor ordered theveliel to be dilarmed, and the crew to be put u
25 November 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOLD, to the Bed Bidder, At tic Ihufc cf Afv. .Marriott, tit Sign cf the in Rod dale,

To be SOLD, to the Bed Bidder, At tic Ihufc cf Afv. .Marriott, tit Sign cf the in Rod dale,

ir. the County of Lancafler ; the Salt to begin Thtrfday tie Day rf Cooler tnxt, Two o Clock in the Afternoon, and coi.tir.tic and begin two e'Clock each Day ' till the Wide art JoiJ. The FREEHOLD ESTATES the late Samuel Hamer, deceas'd, lying within the Parifli o{Rochdale afore
30 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be LETT or SO LD, til in H, in the County cf Yiinr, ON E large Stone DWELLING -HOUSE,

To be LETT or SO LD, til in H, in the County cf Yiinr, ON E large Stone DWELLING -HOUSE,

with a Bam, Stable, and other ; together with wo Crofti ''»''*? . . '.to two Cottage-Hcufes, ai] good Repair, Icing For forth r Particulars enquire Mr. Nichols, tl.eGwn.r,' who jc ihc
7 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOLD to the Bed Bidder, On Tuefday the of OElober Inflant, at Four e' Clock the Afterrxon, ct

To be SOLD to the Bed Bidder, On Tuefday the of OElober Inflant, at Four e' Clock the Afterrxon, ct

'.he of John Cundell, being tie eft be Colden-L'ion in Settle, A FREE HOLD ESTATE, Knight-Stainforth, within two Miles Settle, in the Weft-Ridincr the County ot York, containing in the Whole about Acrcs inelnfed !, Acres whereof are Wood-Land,) and capable of p.reat Improvements
7 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
On tit EXPORTATION. IT has long been debated, whether bounty given fot the exportation of grain does more good or

On tit EXPORTATION. IT has long been debated, whether bounty given fot the exportation of grain does more good or

harm to the nation. On one fide it is urged, that it encourages agriculture; on the other, that often very unncceflarily enhances the prices grain that it cots tile publick annually very large fums; that foreigners are encouraged 1 buy up our corn when it cheap, and lend it back
7 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

Arrived a MAIL from Holland and Flanders, the Evening - Papers, Hamburgh, Auguji CCORDI NG to a letter from Peterfburgh, the Emprefs Ruffia, i ever attentive to the means L I creating the advantages and welfare °f her fubje&s, propolcs, fince her Majefty hath concludcd treaty co
2 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

Arrived MAIL from Holland and Flanders. Salt of, in the Province of Belgorod, {in Rujjia,) June 3. ESTERDA Y happened here a mod violent ftorm thunder and lightning, wind and rain, which has done incredible damage, and entirely all hopes of a tolerable harveft for this year. The
9 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
By the KING's PATENT. '* N Surgeon, in Golden-S.juare, TT AVIN G been for Years :.ft much a lcomntic Diforitcr,

By the KING's PATENT. '* N Surgeon, in Golden-S.juare, TT AVIN G been for Years :.ft much a lcomntic Diforitcr,

which (hewed externally S Neck, and Eat*, mfomtich that my Ears have been ten ulcerated, and my Neck with like es F '°'■ "Imoft continued P,i„,„ with Pain Stomach; 1 loft Appetite, Complexion C !S'»' Yellow Hue, ami in (hurt ha I "ate hut now hy die of Mar Drops recovered. Y„„ f
9 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

Vienna, Augufl 16. s French Courier has juft paflcd through this c »ty, from Conftantinople. The. letters lie charged with, far from confirming the re- treat Prince Heraclius, fay, that the lhocks the earth, and the progrefs of that Prince, caufe extraordinary confternation Conf
9 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS:

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS:

CO" Arrhtd a Mail from Holland. the LO NDON GAZETTE, Oil. 14. Hague, Oflcher ESTER DAY morning, a little before nine o'clock, the Queen of Denmark landed fafely Rotterdam, from whence her Majefty fet out for Utrecht, in the Prince of Orange's yacht, between ten and eleven before
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England