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SUNDAY's and MONDAY'S POSTS.

SUNDAY's and MONDAY'S POSTS.

Art'ro i Wttfrom F H„A N CE. -f- CmftantincfJe? February ' GIAFFER Bey, who Mmmands Graild Signiof's xcbcques, taken pirate in the . Archipelago, and feat her into this port. The •' coofifting about men, are put O N D O 5. It was this morning Court of Spain had ftarted the liber
8 April 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
fc E. S.' A S great Inconvenience and Lofs hat& attended our felling of SMALL BEER upon Credit, Calks of

fc E. S.' A S great Inconvenience and Lofs hat& attended our felling of SMALL BEER upon Credit, Calks of

about eight Gallons, to many private Families and that every Period indulging us with their Orders may be ferved on the beft Terms, by preventing the Lofs hitherto fuftain'd through a Cufiom giving Credit for fuch fmall Quantities, Thisfervcs to acquaint the Public, That from an
21 January 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
 
began at rio&iv- the was rend maiJcet-place* where victuals of ail kinds was thrown from one pare to another the

began at rio&iv- the was rend maiJcet-place* where victuals of ail kinds was thrown from one pare to another the

new mill very large and ex* building) .is almoft entirely clown ; the flour thrown lack after Tack, into the river, and the Proprietors books, receipts, and Tome money, all or delhoyed.---At night, every Baker in town had their windows broken, and many their furniture deaaolilhe
7 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOLD, For the Remainder of a Leafe for Tears, 30 Years of <wbicb were unexpired at Lady-Day T

To be SOLD, For the Remainder of a Leafe for Tears, 30 Years of <wbicb were unexpired at Lady-Day T

Situate in the Mili-Gaitm, in Leeds, H E Tenant-Right and Intereft of MefTrs GAUTIERS and LLOYD, of Leeds atorefaid, Merchants, in thrqp new-ere£ted DYE-HOLSES, with the Warehoufes, Calindcr-Houfe, Stoving- Rooms, Preis-Houfe, Wafliing-Houfe, a Dwelling-Houfe, two Stables, for T
15 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
L . F. E D S. APerfon this Town, in good Bufinefs, would glad of a PARTNER. Enquire of Mr.

L . F. E D S. APerfon this Town, in good Bufinefs, would glad of a PARTNER. Enquire of Mr.

William Spcnce, Woollftapler in Leeds aforef.iid. N. B. One that is acquainted with the Cloth Bufinefs wou'd not be difagreeable. 300QOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOC
9 December 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOLD, Situated at Gowle, in the County cf York A Very immoveable FREEHOLD FARM conrifti. of a ood

To be SOLD, Situated at Gowle, in the County cf York A Very immoveable FREEHOLD FARM conrifti. of a ood

Houfe BBan»r and other convenient Outbuilding and about Forty-fevcn Acres of rich Ground in the Simmons. ritnr y And another very improvable FARM, confining of about Fortv Acres rich Cround, alfo in the Pofleflion of the (aid c- ' The Tc„,' , win tlls „ d 'Zh3 may had Mr. Towne
16 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The prefect State of the Newfoundland Fifhery. From an Account of that Ifland, by Captain Griffith Williams, of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, who refided in the fland fourteen Years, when a Lieutenant, and now has a Command there.

The prefect State of the Newfoundland Fifhery. From an Account of that Ifland, by Captain Griffith Williams, of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, who refided in the fland fourteen Years, when a Lieutenant, and now has a Command there.

The prefect State of the Newfoundland Fifhery. From Account that Ifland, by Captain Griffith Williams, of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, who refided in the fland fourteen Years, when a Lieutenant, and now has Command there. THIS trade, for many years, remitted fpecie near a mil
4 March 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April Whitehall, April 15. HE King has been pleafed to order his Letter kecommendatory to the Dean and Chaptei < ' Caine dral Church of St. Paul, L cleft and admit George Seeker, ©p'ftoi vittity, into the Place of Canon it that Cathedral Church, vacant b
22 April 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England