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y d ‘'f' ”> p'lihii in n bcattifnl Mnnnff, li I 111. K, Jo no Edition this ■gC* ared tl»sS<Uio*. -which for Elegant, of Execution tun'ind! f h- compared with the following: Rut can convey IdfnJ* ccautijul Manner which it is printed, it is humbly Eirji Sumber may be purchafed ns
2 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
L E COUR A N T.

L E COUR A N T.

Printed and fold by J. WHITE and T. SAINT, in Piigrim-Jirect, Newcastle upon Tyne.
7 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
St Luke’s House for Lunatics.

St Luke’s House for Lunatics.

It i* ftid, that the Dake of York will accompany the intended Queen of Denmark to Copenhagen, as Lord High Admiral of £ogUnd, and hoilt hit Standard on Board the new Viflory, Firll-rate Man of War. Thurfday Eeening the Duke of Clouceder and Prince Henry Sadler't Wv-lls, but the
7 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Coisdirrakt, 30. Sunday morning IA five o'Llock, the tower of the church of Fdlbourn All-Saints, wherein wcre ire bells, fell entirely down. and greatly damaged the body pf tbc church. May aS. One day lift week, at a public mestias of fifteen (ienticmc« and Ttadef- men. at la In
3 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
If Vice decoyed him from the paths of Fartic, No friend was made to weep, or foe to curfe ;

If Vice decoyed him from the paths of Fartic, No friend was made to weep, or foe to curfe ;

virgin felt his wrongs in fecret • His life was ftill as harmlefs as his verle.' any paflion harbour'd in his bread, His honeft features could not give the lie Let thole conceal their thoughts, who fear the teft, Should truth unfold them to the public eye. For all his crimes and
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
' 5= e38«50<3 dJistsDas’fl g>o3. . fill Day arri-vtd Mail from France. Cae' i, May 6. ***** Packei boat arrived

' 5= e38«50<3 dJistsDas’fl g>o3. . fill Day arri-vtd Mail from France. Cae' i, May 6. ***** Packei boat arrived

with % ' Letters tlie Spar,i!h Colo- A. rirs America, by which ♦ * leurr, tliiit til was in the greatktl Tianqu 'ity there ; which ve* li F.iihi)' < rt.f ports, that 111-intciitioned have ailtftcd to pro|>.vatc on this Subjcft. Naples,- May io. Within few Days thc-pruption of Ve
7 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
attietiitfUKutg. i JUNE 6, 1766, ' WANTED, Companion in a from Oxford to London to lot out any Time on

attietiitfUKutg. i JUNE 6, 1766, ' WANTED, Companion in a from Oxford to London to lot out any Time on

Sunday Morning next. Enquire of tire Printer this Paper.- Glafs's fu, AL I.OW D, by the mod eminent of. the Faculty, far fuperior, both for Purity and Goouncii, to every Preparation the Kind, is fold, ufual, hia Houfe in the High-lireet, Oxford, in Guinea, Half Guim a, and Six S
7 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
By the KING's Patent.

By the KING's Patent.

Th following extraordinary Cure of JOSEPH FEYRAC, Efq; fufficiently proves the Efficacy ?? Drops, (prepared only by JOHN NuRTON, Surgeon) fuperior to any Medicine hitherto known.
6 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
m ! marqi WTtnfiefTß quilaco, fou king, Oei cooai L O n crying, live the ace.” D O N; v

m ! marqi WTtnfiefTß quilaco, fou king, Oei cooai L O n crying, live the ace.” D O N; v

. 5, jHia Majefty has been 4. Sfi James's, Mlt/lWritf*. Lenpjf,. and Aubigny, to be one of his principal Secretaries of Stajtc his Grace wa this day, by bit Majefty’s one his Majefty’s principal Secretaries accordihglyu-.-'i. • 5. There is report of difagrceable he Bolton in New
2 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
calmly own the will of fare For we are taught, and fliould believe, 'Ti; infignificant to grieve ; And once

calmly own the will of fare For we are taught, and fliould believe, 'Ti; infignificant to grieve ; And once

refign'd, once lot t our breath, Nothing can ope Jaws of death; With good. or ill, we oneftdifpenk—. `Tis all the will of Providence. Now mark--to find the body drown'cl. The Miller cat his eyes around; And what, no doubt, molt Ilrange may hem, Dins% contrary to the : Of all he
3 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England