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here country may with commonprayers primed by the Lnivtrfity Cambridge, who have appointed J. Kcccroft their agent. This Day is

here country may with commonprayers primed by the Lnivtrfity Cambridge, who have appointed J. Kcccroft their agent. This Day is

publifhed, (Price only is.) new edition, bcinj the feverth, with conliclcr.nhlc additions, and adorned with the head ot' Hen Johnfon, line ly engraved, gp: N JOH N S N’s JESTS;
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

frcw LONDONGAZETTE, St. James's, January 28. ' ' Tk H E King has been pleafed grant unto Francis Seymour called Lord Francis Seymour) Clerk, the place the Deanry of Wells, void by the death ot Dr. Samuel Crefwick. v The King has been pleafed to grant unto Thomas TTurdis, M. A. t
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY and SATURDAY's POSTS.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY's POSTS.

Arrived the A I S from Flanders. re/law, Jan. H E day before yefterday the cold was exceffively fevere; and for iome hours was ob. ferved to exceed that in the years 1709, and 1740. On the sth inft. in the evening, a fire broke oat in this city, which burnt with grfeat violence,
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Jrrivd a MAIL from France. F> the Evening -Papk r , &c. Ratijbon, January 18. E this month, the imperial ■ poft, coming from France, was at■ tacked between Deiningen and batir, fix miles from this city, two robbers, one whom armed with a pirtoi, prefented it at the [ poftboy, wh
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the other hand 'tis faid the miniftry propofe to repeal the a.}, <»nd yet to enforce the power of Parliament

the other hand 'tis faid the miniftry propofe to repeal the a.}, <»nd yet to enforce the power of Parliament

over the Colonies. Now light and darknefs, fire and water ar V"■ nior ® diametrically oppofite than theie two propofti.ons. they repeal the they give up in the fiillea and racfl abfolute manner, the authority of the Lcgiliature; which has been notorioufly infulted and violated,
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRO BONO PUBLICO.

PRO BONO PUBLICO.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, Men England, the colonies, brethren ! Confider well the Rcverje a Dutch medal, in their early troubles, viz. " Two earthen vafes, floating on the waters, hifcription. "-Frangimur ft collidimur—Anglice, Should clajh, are fhaticrcd"
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Intelligence Extraordinary. E hear the late flourifliing Ille of Bute is in danger of being depopulated, and Jofing its inhabitants.

Intelligence Extraordinary. E hear the late flourifliing Ille of Bute is in danger of being depopulated, and Jofing its inhabitants.

' Many large and new edifices* which were building there, • are now negledled and deferted, it being obje&ed, that the air is too bleak and ungenial, the climate variable, and never fettled, and the manners the country imperious and infolent, yet fordid, felfifh, treacherous, an
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S and SUNDAY'S POSTS.

SATURDAY'S and SUNDAY'S POSTS.

Arrived the MAILS from Holland. Vienna, Jan. 22. O U N T Caldwell, in his return to England, had a private audience of leave of their Imperial Majefties, when the Emprefs Queen gave him a magnificent gold box, of curious workmanfhip, to prefent to his mother, Lady Caldwell. On t
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
iin'i—win ■ his unpaiallel Generofity, prefehtlng them to the Public the vciy reaktnable Prices at which they arc lold, owing

iin'i—win ■ his unpaiallel Generofity, prefehtlng them to the Public the vciy reaktnable Prices at which they arc lold, owing

to the Bounty u- ractous Sovereign j and the very laudable Purpofes to which the Profits of the Sale of the faid Medicines aie applied, tat AJylum and Magdalen Chaiities; mutt make any other Notice of Ferfons, bale enough to attempt the defeating k> benevolent and extenfive Defi
18 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the PRINTE R, See. srn, I 1111' amazing pricc Provifions is bccome dreadful to think upon, and if lomething is

the PRINTE R, See. srn, I 1111' amazing pricc Provifions is bccome dreadful to think upon, and if lomething is

not done to relieve the laborious part of this nation, fear the confequcnces may very pernicious to the peace the public. Amongft the many learned Writers that have treated this Jubjetf, not one of them hath the real of our preient calamity, till at length honeft and intelligent
3 June 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England