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OXFORD, Jwn« 13th, 1768. / XXT'Hereas two Perfons, who call ihem-^A ▼ ▼ ftlvei Man and' Wife, are detained in

OXFORD, Jwn« 13th, 1768. / XXT'Hereas two Perfons, who call ihem-^A ▼ ▼ ftlvei Man and' Wife, are detained in

tha Bridewell af thia Ci«y aa The Woman ha,, ing keen ftripped an Tuefday Morning the aotl, Inftaat by her own Confent, and laid in a Corn JUlj near tfeb City, in order to excite Pity, and thereby raife Contri. butiona from the Well-difpofed, pretending at the Time to have been
14 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AY*s and Fa I D A Y*» Tofta. ArriVid Holland. Vienna, M*y 14. YBSTK*WiY being herlmpeiial and the ArchddtttH Marie

AY*s and Fa I D A Y*» Tofta. ArriVid Holland. Vienna, M*y 14. YBSTK*WiY being herlmpeiial and the ArchddtttH Marie

Chiiflioe’a Riith-d iy, there was a ft tsn, Appearance at Coon, public Dinner for the Impeoal Family, Tabic for 130 Per ions, and Drawing* room the Keening. brritn, la. On the Lift, no, and ltd Inltant, King of Pruflit reviewed, the Plain of Tetnplel.ofT, about Kngl.lh Mile dift
7 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T* ti SOLD to tht btfl BiJdir,

T* ti SOLD to tht btfl BiJdir,

T* SOLD to tht btfl BiJdir, At the Houfeof Mr Laurance Richardlbn, Innkeeper, in Duiham, Monday the :}d Day of June luftanc. AN Improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE, lying Hart, in the County Dutham. lata belonging rq Mta Mary Hilton, deceas’d, and now in the Folleflion of John Newton Tena
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PICKETS, SHARES, and CHANCES, ay be had a few Days at Mary Berry s and Son?, in the Market.Place, Manchefler,

PICKETS, SHARES, and CHANCES, ay be had a few Days at Mary Berry s and Son?, in the Market.Place, Manchefler,

as cheap as in ALSO, By the KING's Royal Patent. DR. Specific Powders, and Drop*, have inconteftibl* proved their greatly fupen'or to the common Praaict, any yet made the ra Cure of all every Specie* of ts, whe-her Epileptic, Con vulfive, Hyfterie, Hypnchondtiacal, Paralytic; fi
24 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Sold by Auction, At tit Houfe of Mr. George Wearden, the Sign of the Bull's- Head, in Chorley,

To be Sold by Auction, At tit Houfe of Mr. George Wearden, the Sign of the Bull's- Head, in Chorley,

in the County of Lancafter, on Thurfday the tenth Day of July 1766, two of the Clock in the Afternoon, fubjecl to fuch Conditions as will then and three be J"i'"*HE Fee Simple and Inheritance all that Mfifiliay, and Tenement, with the Appurtenances, commonly called o' known by t
3 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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John ashlk y, Principal ailing Manager of the grand Colleflion of Ufeful and Ornamental China, India Boxes, Pier-Glaffes, Carpets, and

John ashlk y, Principal ailing Manager of the grand Colleflion of Ufeful and Ornamental China, India Boxes, Pier-Glaffes, Carpets, and

ber Effeils, as Advertized in our two lajl Papers, to be fold by Hand, at the Exchange, in Manchelter, gives the Public Notice, THAT he makes no doubt but he muft give a great Urn brage to all the Shops in the China Trade he meets with * his Journey, but has particular Orders th
17 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TA n d CT'HJT the Tolls the Turnpike-Gates at Hair. Ponds betwixt Leeds and Tadcajler, ■>«? the 24th of this

TA n d CT'HJT the Tolls the Turnpike-Gates at Hair. Ponds betwixt Leeds and Tadcajler, ■>«? the 24th of this

inflaiit 'June, the of the Kings-Amis in Leeds. At the fame Time, the Tolls to ht 4t tivent Leeds and Selby j aw,/ alfo the Tolls to colle&ed at tbt Turnbilt.nDa at Setly, will hiewife be fett the bell Bidder. *# 'H' e Tolls to entered upon the Tnjtant. Any Per/on or inclinable
10 June 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Saturday's and Sunday's Pofts.

Saturday's and Sunday's Pofts.

,#J - - From the nine-Posts, and Daily Papers, June 5. Paris, May 26. IT is reported here, though perhaps without foundation, that in Spain one Infurreclion breaks out after another; that Bread is fold there at Sols a Pound; that no Man is fafe theie; that the National Troops wi
10 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BERD E fi JOUR N A L, ' concerted air* He was then pul ftool,' in ‘he common people. The

BERD E fi JOUR N A L, ' concerted air* He was then pul ftool,' in ‘he common people. The

confeqaence natoraJlv ; order to be interrogated, when pcrceirmg himfclf in exptaed from the alteration, wa», that they Ihould not this (iituattoo, he clapped his bands together, add incnne to prcach iubjeas agreeable to the people, lifting his eyes heavett, cried odt, la this *
2 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
At the Btu. Foundery, at Albourn, Wilts,

At the Btu. Foundery, at Albourn, Wilts,

CHURCI BEL.LS are cafe in p. mere elegant ami mufical a M.mr.cr in any I'art of this Kingdom, (the Founder having nude the Theory Sounds, ns well the Nature Metal, his chief Study;) lib kings the lame, finding all Matcri the moft .complete and Manner. And alfo hells and Mufuai C
30 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England