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and, upon finding him, every Circumdance correfponded fo well, that it admitted not the lead Doubt of its Reality. He

and, upon finding him, every Circumdance correfponded fo well, that it admitted not the lead Doubt of its Reality. He

was therefore furniihed with upwards of 401. in Cadi by them, and the Account of his great Advancement in Life foon procured im Credit in many Shops in Town; however on Sunday he made off with what he had colledled together. Direftly after came a Letter from Mr. Barclay, declari
7 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
S O U R F A C fc_,

S O U R F A C fc_,

Late the Property of Richard Gorob, Efq. —Hit Pedigree is as followt : He was got by Lord Cullin's bay Arabian, that coven at Royfton in Noiihamptonfhire, at Ten Guineas a Mare ; hit Dam by Snip ; hit Grandam by Lord Godol- phin's late Arabian; his Great Grardam by Leeds^ his Gr
5 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BAUME DE VIE,

BAUME DE VIE,

A Moft excellent and efficacious Medicine, in- vented by Mr. LbLibvßß, of Paris, and authorized there by the Faculty, is now firft made public in. this Kingdom. This valuable Medicine is well known to be fuperior to any other Remedy in all Kinds of Obftructions, proceeding from
6 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, May 31.

LONDON, May 31.

Wednefday Lord Vifcount Stormont, his Majefty's Ambaffador at the Court of Vienna; and on Thurfday Sir James Porter, Minifter at the Court of Bruffels, wait- ed on his Majefty at St. James's, and were g aeioufly received. The Court was very numerous and fplendid on Thurf- day, b
6 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ii&etmefwa poih

ii&etmefwa poih

L 0 N DO N, Jun e 2, IT is reported, that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York will accompany the intended Queen of Den- mark to Copenhagen, as Lord High Admiral of England, and hoilt his Standard on board the new Victory, a Firft Rate Man of War. A Courier, we hear, has been dif
6 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To be Sold by HAN D, This and the following Days, the Exchange, in Manchefter, a very large Colletlion of

To be Sold by HAN D, This and the following Days, the Exchange, in Manchefter, a very large Colletlion of

all torts Ornamental and CHINA, /CONSISTING of fine large Jars and Beakers, India Shale ing Figures, double and fingle Getandoles; Variety of Tea-Ses of elegant rich Patterns, Bowl?, Batons; SeU of oblong and Plates, Mugs, Biflcetl, Leaves, curious Cheliea Figures and Defert Ser
3 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARLBOROUGH RACES, 1766.

MARLBOROUGH RACES, 1766.

ON Tuefday the 24th of June, will be run for, on Mirlborough Downs, the Noblemen and Gentlemen 1 late of 50 1. free for any Horfe, Marc or Gelding, carrying 1 Stone feven Pounds, Bridle and Saddle included ; the heft duct Heats, four Miles to a Heat. any Difputc arifes, to acid*
2 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
T!v Mr S A L M O N.

T!v Mr S A L M O N.

London : PrintcdfoiW. Johnfton, in ftreet; H. Woocll-ill; J. Hinton; R. B.ild\vin; W. Sttihm M. Rich irclfon; T. Longman; B. Law; S. Crowder; W. Nicoll; and J. and T. Pole; and fold by T. Slack, in NewcalUe; and all other Booklcllcrs in England, PRICES of GRAIN pet Quartet, of B
7 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
talk week died at fpfwicit. auffura, one Goldirgs a man deaf and dumb; wlsowas • common beggar foe to years,

talk week died at fpfwicit. auffura, one Goldirgs a man deaf and dumb; wlsowas • common beggar foe to years,

and at foe fame time received alms Teem the parii; on examining room after his deceafe. a bag was CARA containing !s 1. in Myer, and 01. in halfperee, which Is claimed by his !text heirs but the parids indi On being tor his board ; this affair 'allocution a Friday morning left,
3 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
dIAINGE.

dIAINGE.

lints’* End anil Pared* Man and ill not an- N P»ry, imhlt OACH, Arms Inn, Morning on Wcdloc-Buck in l»y at Ten Noon.— Outfides and le Pa/fcngcrj , and to pay - Stops going lord. INGHAM. for Money, entered and > Plymouth, may -o:icliCs, for igeWaggoi Hibbitts's) uc!;, from r> s a
7 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England