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Vj*.v.--'• i>' • at firft pßnvent, and towards abandoned all the alffairsoßJH Government. » [The above report was inferted only

Vj*.v.--'• i>' • at firft pßnvent, and towards abandoned all the alffairsoßJH Government. » [The above report was inferted only

in the Leyden Gazette of June 3. The Utrecht Gazette treats the report as a mere fiftion. It is not improbable, however, that there may have been an Infurre&ion amongft the native Indians in that part of the world, who are confefledly molt cruelly harraffed by the Spaniards. The
17 June 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, 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
 
[ 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
 
Exirm3 of a letter from Stockholm, May 26.

Exirm3 of a letter from Stockholm, May 26.

?? Hoffman, the chief of the mutineers who re- volted lately in the government of Elfsborg, for- merly ferved as a common trooper. He vvas at this time wbat is calied here RuQlivlter, that is to fay a peafant occupying a farm belonging to the crown, and thereby obliged to mainta
21 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LAW DICTIONARY-

LAW DICTIONARY-

O R, A General Abridgment of the Law, On a mote exieofivc Plan than any Law Diftionaty hitherto publilhed y Containing not only the Explanation of the Terms, but alfo the Law itfelf, both with Regard to Theory and PraAice. Very ufeful toßarnfters.Jufiiccs ofthePeace. Aiiornies,S
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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Reports fromthe Daily Papers.

Reports fromthe Daily Papers.

It is faid General Pultency has rcllgned his Regiment, and that it is given to the Duke of Gloucester; alfo that the General has refigned his other Employment of Gover- nor of Hull. The Report Hill continues of General Conway being to have the Coldstream Regiment. We hear the Ri
20 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, June 17.

LONDON, June 17.

Saturday Morning his Excellency the Earl of Hertford arrived in Town with his Lady and Family, from Ireland. His Excellency Count de Guerchy, the French Am- ?? has fixed on the 25th Inftant for his Departure. We hear that the Right Hon. Mr. Pitt is very much indifpofed with the
20 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STOCKPORT RACES, the firft Day of July, will run for, 0 free for any Horfc, &c. not exceeding four Years

STOCKPORT RACES, the firft Day of July, will run for, 0 free for any Horfc, &c. not exceeding four Years

the Grafs before, carrying Bft. the belt of Three Two* Mil* Heats. On Wednefday the fecond Day of July, will run for, col" Give and Take, Hands, Aged, to carry 9ft. higher or lower, Weight in Proportion, allowing 71b. for every Year under Se' yen, the beft of Three Four Mile Hea
17 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LET T, or * Term of feven or fourteen Years, and enter'd immediately, Good Dwelling-Houfe, with a Warehouse, Stable, Garden,

LET T, or * Term of feven or fourteen Years, and enter'd immediately, Good Dwelling-Houfe, with a Warehouse, Stable, Garden,

Pienty of good Water, and other fuitable Conveniences thereto belonging, fituate in Ratcliff- A he cr late Poff=ffion of Mr. William Row'eh.' eceas 'd- For further Particulars Enquire of Mrs. Flet<^^th P rem ifes. * June 3, 1766. "EREAS Mary Winterbotham, Widow of the a Jonathan
17 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
POLITICAL QUERIES.

POLITICAL QUERIES.

WILL any titte dare to d ny thit a certain young O • ••, who is jult retired from Of- fice, kept tt-st great Office fome Time after he had notified his in-ended R. fignat.-An, only for Want of the Ad— —n being able to get a Succeffor? Will any one deny that tholeS— ls were offer
19 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England