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At the Bell Foundery, at Albourn, Wilts,

At the Bell Foundery, at Albourn, Wilts,

CHURCH BELLS are ca(l in more elegant and as mufical Manner as in any Part of this Kingdom, (the Founder having made the Theory Sounds, at well the Nature of Metal, his chief Study ;) Alfo hangs the fame, finding all Materials, in the mod complete and Manner. And alto Hand Bells
9 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
« tarday arrived the Mails from Holiand and France. From the LONDON GAZE TT E. SATURDAY, June 7. IVcflminflcr, June

« tarday arrived the Mails from Holiand and France. From the LONDON GAZE TT E. SATURDAY, June 7. IVcflminflcr, June

6. jj-.j/w-aHIS day his Maiefty came to the Houfe of Peers, *'"''o. and being in h'is royal robes feated on the throne & r with the ufual folemnity. Sir Francis Molyneux, * Knt. Gentleman Ulher of the Black Rod, was lent with a meflage from his Majefty to the Houfe Commons, comm
9 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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14 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOND O N.

LOND O N.

The report of the gre.'it infurre.Kon at Quito in South America (is mentioned in our laft) wa-s in- f:rieJ only in the Leydcu Gazette of June 3. The Uirecht Gazette treats the report as a mere fufhon. it is not improbable, however, tint there may have been an infurre <£_ion amon
14 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

It is ftrongly reported, that the King of Pruffia, and other refpeetable protcflant powers, are at pre- fent highly interefted for the independency of Corfica. According to private advices from Paris, feveral extraordinary councils h3d been held on the pre- fent critical fituati
14 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Dr. ROBERT WALKER'S Patent Genuine True and Original JESUITS DROPS or ELIXIR of Health and Long Life. WHICH are fo

Dr. ROBERT WALKER'S Patent Genuine True and Original JESUITS DROPS or ELIXIR of Health and Long Life. WHICH are fo

fafe and certain Cure in all V«r.ereal Injuries, are to be had th« Patent Wareboufe the Crown, the O'.d Bailey, London; putluant to ihe' Will alio of Mary Berry, & Son*, Berry, Grocers, Mt. Core, Bookfeller nni by no Pirfon in each Bottles of St. *d each. The great Succtls of th
10 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
1 Hope, Marnex, Virginia John, Cowzens, Wexford Refolution.Blackaller, Rotterd. Prudence, Clarke* Mihhrop June I. Robert and Mary, 4. Corunna Packet,

1 Hope, Marnex, Virginia John, Cowzens, Wexford Refolution.Blackaller, Rotterd. Prudence, Clarke* Mihhrop June I. Robert and Mary, 4. Corunna Packet,

Jookin, Peck, Milford Falmouth , Manchefter, M'Donald, Lon- Ann, M'Collifter, Dublin donderry Three Sifters, Rimmer, Belfaft Truelove, Riland, Sligoe Two Brothers, Blundel,Prefton Concord, Spicer, Oflend BANKRUPTS. Thomas Nicbolfon, of Sun Court, Corn-bill, London, Taylor, Deale
10 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATELY St Out of the Chapel at WeNf 6 PART of the COMMUNION PLATE A SILVER CUP, with Cover, with

LATELY St Out of the Chapel at WeNf 6 PART of the COMMUNION PLATE A SILVER CUP, with Cover, with

this Infcription, Ex Dono Gulielmi Comitis Straffordia.', One thou fa ml Jix and Sixty-fix. Alfo, a SILVER CUP, with Cover, with jhia.lnfcription, Given' to Wentivorth Chapel, by Margaret Nevifon, One thoufandJix hundred and fmenty-fix. Alfo, Three SILVER PATINES, with this Insc
10 June 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ximrsMv’s porr*

ximrsMv’s porr*

porr* Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. From the LONDON GAZETTE TUESDAY. June 3. Jjgi'lin, 24. ,. the 2ta, 22d, and 23d mdant. the of w w r.'afiia reviewed, in the plain of TernplehofF, ao bout Englifh mile diftant from hence, body twcnty-fn-c thoufand men. Each day th
9 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Lettfrfrom I.nrty Mary W. Montague, tfMi/s . My dear Girl, I have rio'ent a cold, that I never was lefs

Lettfrfrom I.nrty Mary W. Montague, tfMi/s . My dear Girl, I have rio'ent a cold, that I never was lefs

qualified my life for infpe&ing the heavenly bodies, and mull content myfelf with the vulgar warmth of drefling-room fire, to a corner of which I thall confined all this evening, and very glad to fee you if you can attend me any time after your more learned employment. If the mo
9 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England