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By the Ar»«/s Authority, the Authority, Th[* Day was publilhed, Tbit Day wspuWJb'i,£J; Necejfary for all Families, New Edition, «»

By the Ar»«/s Authority, the Authority, Th[* Day was publilhed, Tbit Day wspuWJb'i,£J; Necejfary for all Families, New Edition, «»

>* « 3*. anew Edition Carefully Corr.aU and Enlarged, of Being the Twentieth (in OZavo) of X HE Preparation for 'T' y* Worthy recetrinj the LORD» SUFFER, liuk beta uubii/Kcii. treat w, 71 -eTTI 1 r\* Appointed »nd Rocommended the CHURCH of have ttken, arid toatiaoe »nd none IVeW
1 November 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Orders arp given that all the Drums and French Horns belonging to the two Troops of Horfe-Grenadier Guards difeharged, and

Orders arp given that all the Drums and French Horns belonging to the two Troops of Horfe-Grenadier Guards difeharged, and

Trumpeters appointed in their room, as in the two Troops of Horfe-Guards. We hear that 1000.Marines will be railed, to embark with the Fleet now fitting out for the Eaft Indies. It is reported, that fome Bayonets of a new Invention, will fhortiy be made for the Ufe of his Majeft
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders. LONDON, Thursday, |une ig. From the Leyden Gazette. London, June 10. >Bf portion

Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders. LONDON, Thursday, |une ig. From the Leyden Gazette. London, June 10. >Bf portion

of the Princefs Caroline-Matilda, be- O w trothed to the King of Denmark, will be paid out of the ordinary revenues of the Crown. ’Tis faid that it will igo.oool, Ilerl, that the King authorifed to advance this fum; and that the Parliament will reimburfe it at the opening of the
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
I. O D N> June 17. Laft Saturday night, between the hours of ten and eleven, great number Journeymen Bakers,

I. O D N> June 17. Laft Saturday night, between the hours of ten and eleven, great number Journeymen Bakers,

fuppofed to inlluenced by their iuperiors, afl’embled, armed with cutlafi'es, bludgeons, See. betort the In ufcof Mr. Ilenderfon, Baker, in Kent-ftreet, near St. George’s jhurch, Southwark, (who for the benefit of the poor, and for the fake of ready money to fupport large family
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The WIT ’* POCKET COMPANIO N

The WIT ’* POCKET COMPANIO N

The POCKET COMPANIO N Hein* a colledHon the moft ingcnioiii jefts, diverting floric*, nlcal'ant jokes, fm.irt fmart repartees, wife layings, witty quibbles and ridiculous bulls. 'l*o which added, choice collection of the neweft conundrums, bet riddles, entertaining rehufles, fati
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To which is added,

To which is added,

To which added, fupplcmcnt concerning fimplc and compound intereft, with tables thereof at three, three and half, four, th e, &c. per cent, and the life and manner of calculating the fame; and »o make up of mortgages, where the mortgagee has received rent. See. The whole adapted
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
3*9*533 * i?. To pay and cloath:ng the militia —• 150,000 o 27. To difehargeunfatished claims and demands for expcnccs

3*9*533 * i?. To pay and cloath:ng the militia —• 150,000 o 27. To difehargeunfatished claims and demands for expcnccs

in Germany during the late war To the Landgrave of Hefle Caflel, tocompleat the payment of n;o,oool. IVipulated by treaty Monday morning their Roval Highncffcs gave audience of leave : and in the afternoon left the city, after having vifited every thing curious in it, to the gre
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
James Donaldfon, GROCER and TEA-MAN near the Crofs in Leeds, Begs Leave to acquaint the Public, That the Eaji- Jndia

James Donaldfon, GROCER and TEA-MAN near the Crofs in Leeds, Begs Leave to acquaint the Public, That the Eaji- Jndia

Company's Tea-Sale being juft over, he has got in large Affortment of Bohea, Congo, Souchong, Singlo, Bloom, and Hyfon TEAS, Which he propofes to fell on as low Terms, and as good in Quality, as the T E A M E N in London. Alfo CHURCHMAN'S Patent CHOCOLATE, (fold by him only in L
8 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NAVIGATION Between the Eaft and Weft SEAS. AT a Meeting held this Day July, 1766, at the Houfe of Mr.

NAVIGATION Between the Eaft and Weft SEAS. AT a Meeting held this Day July, 1766, at the Houfe of Mr.

John Day in Bradford, purfuant to Notice given in the public News-Papers for that Purpofe, to confider the proper Ways and Means to effett Navigation that will conneft the Eaft and Weft Seas, and communicate with the great Ports and Trading-Towns of Hull, Leeds, Wakefield, Bradf
8 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England