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Jrelano.

Jrelano.

Dublin-Caitle, Junt ii. Th*« Day the Right Hon. the Loid Chancellor, the Right Hon. Charle* Earl of Drcgheda, and ihe Right Hon. John Poiifouhy, Efq. Speaker ofthe Hun. Houfe of Commons, wrt fworn in Council Lords Juf- tices of this Kingdom in the Aufence of hit Ex- ' cellency t
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Jionooti, Suite 14.

Jionooti, Suite 14.

Yefterday Morning his Royal HighneA Prince Henry Frederick, came to T*wn from Windfor Lodge. The Barber, who had th* Honour to let his Royal Highnefs Blood laft Monday, when the Accident happened, (there being no Sqrgeon on the Spoi) hat received a handfome Prefent. Lafl Saturda
19 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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10 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IRF.LAND.

IRF.LAND.

-- Duthie. sterchants, traders, freeholders, and citizens of Dublin. have prefented the following addrefs to itself Reprefentatives in Parliament. " GehTLFSIII.I. " Having authentic intelligence, that the bill, upon which the protefiant intereft and freedom of this kingdom great
3 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SAI UK DAY NIGHT 's POST.

SAI UK DAY NIGHT 's POST.

S C. or L A N D. Ek.pArqb, 24. rR OM Dueler i ine we are told, i. t ia hLa re bo r u . t w e e ig r l e ti d d ig ay il s in a:o ;p a i s ec to e tz xve.46.1 ground, on the tpot %%here the ....... the part of the church they difcovered a human body entire, which appeared to be a
3 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
[ Price Two-Pence. ) One of the morning papers siention an so. count having been received frees North America, that

[ Price Two-Pence. ) One of the morning papers siention an so. count having been received frees North America, that

the declaratory aa impowering the Britilh Parliament to lay taxes on the colonies, was burned by the hands of the ens: :non hangman ; but as numbers of letters received by the lat New York packet take no notice of any fuch trenl - 484ms, there is the , greatelt reafon to believe
17 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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