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WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, July 1. Arriv d MAIL from Holland and Flanders. Lljbon, June 7. EDNESDAY laft being his Britan- nick Majefty's Birth-day, the Portu|#U% guefe and Foreign Minifters, and feveral of the Nobility this country, dined with the Hon. Mr. Hay, his Britannick Maj
8 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
twenty-one cannon was fired a numerous body dined to* gether at Mr. Howard's, ami at every loyal toaft feven cannon

twenty-one cannon was fired a numerous body dined to* gether at Mr. Howard's, ami at every loyal toaft feven cannon

were fired. At night there were two great bonfires in the fields, and the whole city was more generally and beautifully illuminated than ever was known before upon any other occafion The whole was conduced and ended with the higheft appearances of joy and good order. Bojion, New
8 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Cheat Yarmouth, Juney, E RE S the major Part of the principal Traders in the City Norwich, the Town of

Cheat Yarmouth, Juney, E RE S the major Part of the principal Traders in the City Norwich, the Town of

Great Yarmouth, and Parts adjacent, have contracted with Meflrs. Walker and Co. to procure fuch proper Veflels as /hall found neceflary to convey their Goods to and from Yarmouth, Hull, and Gainlbro'. This is therefore to inform the Gentlemen concerned in fending fuch Goods to a
8 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To the PRINT E R. I Have been juft perufing your mod agreeable Paper, and was very forry to find

To the PRINT E R. I Have been juft perufing your mod agreeable Paper, and was very forry to find

that the prefent happy tranquility of Europe is likely loon to be diiturbed by aflociationof the German powers to recover Alface. None our Politicians imagine that the fpirit.of the Prufiian Hero will fuffer f'uch troops as his to moulder with inactivity during the remainder of
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Foundling-Hofpital at Ackworthy 73th January, 1766. NOTICE is hereby givet:, J* HAT the next Committee for managing and t ran

Foundling-Hofpital at Ackworthy 73th January, 1766. NOTICE is hereby givet:, J* HAT the next Committee for managing and t ran

Hi ing the Affairs of tbis H' will held on Friday tie A February Irjl, <wbin all the Governors arc dejirtd to attend. R. HARGREAVES, Secretary. MARY GRA Y, IViJoiv o/Marmaduke Gray, Glazier, in Leeds,deceafej, BEGS Leave to inform the 'J hat the Afliftance Ac has pr .faTed, inte
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
lON S, KRTISFJVIENTS, and Letters of Ikteliicesce, are taken in at the Printing-Office at N.w Strut-End i 4 in ail

lON S, KRTISFJVIENTS, and Letters of Ikteliicesce, are taken in at the Printing-Office at N.w Strut-End i 4 in ail

its is periorm'd in the Manner, and the lowed Prices.
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
St. James s t Feb. 10. This day his Grace Charles Duke Dorfet was, by his Majefty's command, fworn of

St. James s t Feb. 10. This day his Grace Charles Duke Dorfet was, by his Majefty's command, fworn of

his Majefty's Moft Honourable Privy Council, and took his place at the Board accordingly. His Majefty having been pleaied to appoint his Grace Charles Duke Dorfet to Lord Lieutenant of the county Kent, and of the city of Canterbury and county of the fame, his Grace this day took
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WtWOKMwa—I , ■ • To LETT, To enter to tie Lands immediately, and the Houjing and Buildings at Alay-Day next,

WtWOKMwa—I , ■ • To LETT, To enter to tie Lands immediately, and the Houjing and Buildings at Alay-Day next,

rrtTT i, n ... _ j ■ A .. - . - ••• Miwiwq, tne Occupations of John Sugdcn, and Benjamin Ficldhcife, and their Undertenants, ying contiguous to the Turnpike-Road leading from Bradford to Dudley-Hill, near a Public-Houfc in the Townfhip Bradford, known the Sign the Seven Stars. B
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Brink 3*4-tTi«. per C«nt. Bank Reduced a 5-Bths. 3 per Cent. Con. 87 a 5-Sths. i-half per Cent, ditto 1758,

Brink 3*4-tTi«. per C«nt. Bank Reduced a 5-Bths. 3 per Cent. Con. 87 a 5-Sths. i-half per Cent, ditto 1758,

91 7-Bihs a9l i-Bih. 4 per Cent. Con. 5-Bths. 4 per Cent. 1763, 100. per Cent. South Sea Ann. 3-Bths a a-half. Ditto India Ann. 85 3-4ths. J?. 2 8, P rm New Navy Bills, i-half difc. reft /hut. %^S e of Families who are not pojfejfcd of good Family-Bible, funic on large Letter, w
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Ihe Sermons of Mr. YORICK, juji published by the Rev. Mr. STERNE. Volume* 111. and [The following is felefted from

Ihe Sermons of Mr. YORICK, juji published by the Rev. Mr. STERNE. Volume* 111. and [The following is felefted from

his fifth Sermon, thfc of the Prodigal Son OTHER ufes have been fo ably forth, in .many good fermons upon the prodigal fon, that (hail turn aficle from them at prefent, and content ihyfelf With fom« reflettions upon that fatal paflion which led hian,—and fo many thoufands after
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England