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rt, trials of Air. Edmund Sheehy, Mr. James £__- /ci, and Mr. John Farrell, at Clonmel affizes m felund, for

rt, trials of Air. Edmund Sheehy, Mr. James £__- /ci, and Mr. John Farrell, at Clonmel affizes m felund, for

the murder of John Bridge, on' the debt cf the 2stb of OSlober, 1764. "fii iff ** E^ mund Sheehy being pat to the 1% / S k a the lawyers for the crown firft W/ I C3 " e d upon John Toohy, who de- V iBL elarcd, that the prifoper was within ,«*o or three yards of John Bridge, when
16 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, June 12. Prince Henry mounting his horfe, with his brotlier the Duke of York, as loon as the laft

LONDON, June 12. Prince Henry mounting his horfe, with his brotlier the Duke of York, as loon as the laft

heat was over, Afcot races laft Monday, and riding with fome Noblemen along the court, his Royal Highnels Prince Henry let his horfe on gallop; but not perceiving a chain that was placed acrols the laid cpnrfe, to prevent people riding round, the horfe ran with fuch velocity aga
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
One laft week, girl, about fifteen years age, being decoyed from her mother, an induftiions woman, was, alter week’s fearch,

One laft week, girl, about fifteen years age, being decoyed from her mother, an induftiions woman, was, alter week’s fearch,

dil’covered In a houfe not lar from tite S; rand, where (he had unhappily been prnftituttd. The mailer the houfe retuied to deliver the girl np, and had the mother ducked in horfepond, for which an aflion has been commenced him. and Posts. FOREIGN N E W S. CONSTANTINOPI. E, 7Wi<
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
man anchor-Cmith lifting (hip s anchor, by its falling upon him, had the misfortune of having both his legs broke,

man anchor-Cmith lifting (hip s anchor, by its falling upon him, had the misfortune of having both his legs broke,

and was otherwife much bruifed. was immediately lent the Infirmary here. ~ , , \Vednefday laft the golden arrow ftounelcd in the year 1673) was (hot tor by gentlemen archers, which was won by Mr Robert Hall of that place, and the Lieutenancy by Mr John Richmond, this (Vi ft. and
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ANTE immediately, A YOUNG MAN, who can be well re‘conin.ended, and writes a tolerable Hand, is well in the Management

ANTE immediately, A YOUNG MAN, who can be well re‘conin.ended, and writes a tolerable Hand, is well in the Management

a Shop; he may hear a Place, by applying to the Printer of this Paper. WUf REAS there is a great Inconvenience attending all MASTERS MATES SHIPS, not knowing where to apply for ready Turn Co ils Ncwcaftle: This is therefore to give Notice, that JOHN RbKD, of North-Shields, has O
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the London Papers. June 17.

From the London Papers. June 17.

Conft ant 1 -ople, May 2. Ali-Begh, Bafhaw of l » is banifhed to Medine, with his fon-in-law Mahomet- Begh, on account of fonie immenfe fums which the former has been calied upon to account for, and which the confifcation of atl his effects will hardly make good. The Bafch-Odalb
21 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
7a the PVBL I C.

7a the PVBL I C.

the I C. TO comprize, in a narnow CempaTt, the Sut>- ftaaccof what it contained in a Mulbplicity of Vo- Inna, cannot fail to prate acceptable to tbe Public in general, and particularly to thole Gentlemen who prop Mi any practical Branch of the Law. The Editor I Intention It to th
21 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
wmo*?; sod rbey ii«i" with fame »*®"B j oarfc, K» RoyalHifiiehfk'fci* Horfe on » ,,0 Jj** erctirin* « Chain, that

wmo*?; sod rbey ii«i" with fame »*®"B j oarfc, K» RoyalHifiiehfk'fci* Horfe on » ,,0 Jj** erctirin* « Chain, that

was placed scrof* to pre.veot People from r.dmg roapd. fo much V. loiaty agiintt the Cham, that « *»» ®*® ». sod the Horfe falliOg. threw him over ea<l "P°“ where he lav Speechltf* for fame Tune. After ad ben Wooded, he threw grrtr lage being provided, was, foooss pofiWe. put th
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
* Asit'd PRI A Y*i Pofts# Anived (he Mails from Ho A« i> add F*an c k. IN, (G«r«d»5l) 3“*»*

* Asit'd PRI A Y*i Pofts# Anived (he Mails from Ho A« i> add F*an c k. IN, (G«r«d»5l) 3“*»*

»• YESTERDAY only the Kinn of PiuiUa, accompanied his Nephews (he Piinc- Royal, young Prince Henry of PrulEa, and the two Princes Bruofwic this Service, tt out fiom for Magd bo.gh, where, the 4'h, and 6ih inllani, he will ihe Body of Troops alfembled ihae. . - WhutM', «7- The ha
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
??? the afternoon happened to his Royal brother his ces were over loot Heath. Pfliiwflnrig hi.'; horfe with hi* brother

??? the afternoon happened to his Royal brother his ces were over loot Heath. Pfliiwflnrig hi.'; horfe with hi* brother

the Duke prelent at thefe races) fo foon Wt was over, and they riding with Tome Noblemen along the courfe, his Royal Highnefs Prince Henry let his horfe on a gallop but not perceiving chain, that was placed acrofs ore part of the faid cornfe, prevent people from riding round, th
17 June 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England