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Tuesday Night's Post.

Tuesday Night's Post.

Ike [(Mowing Advices came the Mails from France and Flanders. ftnbagen, in Denmark, 'January 29. HER Roval Highnefs the Princefs Sophia-Magdalen Denmark, born the July 1746, is promifed marriage his Royal Highnefs Prince Guttavusof Sweden, Preemptive Heir to the Throne of that k
20 February 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

following Advices came I) the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Berlin, in Prujjia, January 14, TH E Count de Malzahn, appointed Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Great Britain, is making preparations for his departure, but ir is thought he will not out till the day th
6 February 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BuTiiiefs r % kept the late Mr. Roltrt Drcwry Lsnal/t, carried on ij ] humus Jtn and If'tllium Eajlland sf

BuTiiiefs r % kept the late Mr. Roltrt Drcwry Lsnal/t, carried on ij ] humus Jtn and If'tllium Eajlland sf

the Cny of Lincoln who takes this Method to acquaint all (Jraficrs, and Farmers, H A have provided a tVcfh t"ty White and R«d (plover, Tietoyn, Lucern, Rye* grafs, and Turnip iced and lor the better Convenience thole arc Diilaocc troin Lincoln, niiy pl ed by applyi g Mr. John Pa
6 February 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The REMEMBRANCER. No. 8. Hence we may^Kferve, that tho' in the larger Statei or CommunirTet there ii more of Safety

The REMEMBRANCER. No. 8. Hence we may^Kferve, that tho' in the larger Statei or CommunirTet there ii more of Safety

or Protection from without, than in fmall tmet, yet, at there are more whofe Interefti mult be confulted, there muft be more of Reltraint on the Liberty of Individual! • and that the more there ii of Union in the Viewt or Intereftt of Indivi- dual! thut united, the Reftraint wil
20 February 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CONTAINING

CONTAINING

Some very curious Foreign Articles among which are anecdotes relating the persecution of Mr. J. J. which induced him to take refuge in England. Alfo a valuable Englifli article j wherein is given comprehenfivc view of the legal provifions made for maintaining and fecur.ng the li
17 February 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
This Day is publJhed, (Price as. Tewed,) N A N 1 S M O R, A TREA T I S

This Day is publJhed, (Price as. Tewed,) N A N 1 S M O R, A TREA T I S

E Upon the Difordcrs produced by Mafturation or the dangerous Effefls of fccret and exceflive Venery. By M. I S S O T, M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society London, Member of the Medico-Phyfical society of BaHc, and of the Occonomical Society Berne. Trannatcd from the lart Paris Edi
17 February 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
ir of the houfe of

ir of the houfe of

lords. whi> . pßinUj for the had 00.. pleading, their lordfhips were pleafed the decree of the court of fellion. This day the houfe of commons have been reading more papers relating to the American affairs, fo that thete is nothing yet done.■— ■ is now (aid* that they will not p
24 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EPIGRAM from Marot.

EPIGRAM from Marot.

A Gentle No, faid with a finile, * Is worth a hundred Yefjes Not but languifli ill the while, To tafte your balmy kifies : But when feize that rapt'rous joy» Pray lecmingly refift, And whilft you willingly comply» ~ Cry out, wont be kift. £
1 February 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ODE againft LOVEmore the thoughts (hall wildly rove, r , hearken to the tales of love; lr >dle to a

ODE againft LOVEmore the thoughts (hall wildly rove, r , hearken to the tales of love; lr >dle to a

lambent flame otnC enchantin fair-one's name. ' nn ' n form which Beauty wears Q {hall move my hopes or fears J Sjj 10 *® the fweetly-wreathed finile unwary heart beguile. l'° o.!°ng0.!°ng rofy fetters bound •j, e '"ften'd to the fyren found : indulg'd die fatal charln, yielded
1 February 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
VERSES by Mrs T Made as Jhe fat with her husband fjhing fit * water-mill. SEe'ft thou, my dear, this

VERSES by Mrs T Made as Jhe fat with her husband fjhing fit * water-mill. SEe'ft thou, my dear, this

water-mill! Then liften, whilft I fhow What fage reflections thence diftill, What lefi'ons from it flow. Above, with fmooth and filent pace, The current bends its force ; Below, it runs rapid race, Foams boifterous, rough, and hoarfe. So wifdom works— ftill, deep, and ufeful pur
1 February 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland