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W#are informed, that on an Enquiry made I aft WeeJc, in the Borough of Southwark, no lefs than feven Popiflt

W#are informed, that on an Enquiry made I aft WeeJc, in the Borough of Southwark, no lefs than feven Popiflt

Recufaats were found to keep Public-Houfes there. Warning given to the Inhabitants of the Eaft-Side of Fleet-Ditch to quit their Hoofet foon pol&ble, in order to be taken down, a handfome Street being intend* cd to Wbuilt there from Blackfryars Bridge. We arc certainly allured,
7 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Bath, i. Saturday Farmer io the Parilh of Wellow, in this County, barbaroufly murdered his Infant Child, taking it op by the I-cgs, and daihinp its Brains out the Wall. The Coroner’s Inqudl have brought their Verdiil Wilful Murder*again ihc Father, who is committed to Shepton-Ma
7 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
. Wants' PLACE, ' A Young Man aged twenty-three, that writes good Hand, and undcrftands Numbers, that we.old be willing

. Wants' PLACE, ' A Young Man aged twenty-three, that writes good Hand, and undcrftands Numbers, that we.old be willing

to lerve any Gentleman as a Rider-out, Book-keeper, or Warehouleman, in the Check or Bufinefs, &c required, would be willing to for a Term ; can be well recommended for his Sobriety and Honefty, and bring good Security if /equired. Any Gentbman whom fuch a may want, are defired
3 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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By Letters from Naples we are told, that the fame Barbary Corfair, which made a Defcent on the Pope't Territory, had landed a Number of Men on their Coaft, plundered the Cinton, and carried off with them eight or nine Perfons, the reft having favid themfelvet by Flight. The Empr
5 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Madrid, April 23. We hear of nothing but didurbances and tumults from every fide. Libels are difperfed and fixed up

Madrid, April 23. We hear of nothing but didurbances and tumults from every fide. Libels are difperfed and fixed up

daily. The populace have carried their infolence fo far as attempt to fet fire to the cadle of the Duke of Arcos, fituated near Alicant, and did not even hefitate to excite commotions at the palace of St. Ildefonfo. Two officers returned from Carthaeena, where they had been to e
2 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LONDON, May 27. The day after the execution of General Lully, the Pnrliatneut Paris proceeded to decide on the charges

LONDON, May 27. The day after the execution of General Lully, the Pnrliatneut Paris proceeded to decide on the charges

brought agajnft Mr. Frctard Gadeville, late Quarter-Matter to the army in the Indies; Mr. Chaponay, Captain in Laity’s regiment, and Mr. Polity, fome time Provoit in the faid army, when the two firft were fentenced to reprimanded on their knees, and pay fine toolivres each to th
2 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
with thofe of Lord Huntington 5 1 and the late King [xxii. 54'• f June 1. At Bath, Mary Countcfs

with thofe of Lord Huntington 5 1 and the late King [xxii. 54'• f June 1. At Bath, Mary Countcfs

of therland. .p( 16. At Bath, William Sutherland, Sutherland, of putrid fever, which tor . » ty-four davs defied the power of medic 1 , - leaving iflue only a daughter £xxiii- * His Lordihip was one the P for Scotland, lieutenant-colonel-con'" 1 '" ant of battalion of liighlande
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
S R,- • ' ' April »766. the following poem pleafes as an imitation, the author's dcfigu is completed. muft

S R,- • ' ' April »766. the following poem pleafes as an imitation, the author's dcfigu is completed. muft

looked upon wholly in the lii'.ht of juvenile performance, with more and quaintnefs in it, perhaps, thin poetry or pathos. Be it it may, the author returns Mr Gray thanks for the pleafure which has received from his excellent elegy, [xiii. 144.] O. JACQU ES. The FUNERAL. An. Ele
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
this Realm.

this Realm.

Together with the different branches of each family ; including a particular relation of the moft remarkable tr.mfaflions of thofc who have eminently diftinguifhed themfelves in the fervice of their country, both in the held and in the cabinet, from the conquert down to the pref
2 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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A To be IL the Wisteriala of st la die City of liefioolL • • lit bomoto • Prodinfoo. Imoik witik wolhoolas Tams. bi anolliali WANTED A N Apprentice to a DRUGGIST. of joforlo Ihilkoley. tna_es4 ARY II
3 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England