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T' b. Urge convenient HOUSE, in Si. Maty • Oxford, now inhabited Me* Brown, Taylor: i< «t for Trad. Bu«nrT

T' b. Urge convenient HOUSE, in Si. Maty • Oxford, now inhabited Me* Brown, Taylor: i< «t for Trad. Bu«nrT

or Pmfeman coaf.ll. of two I’rrioor. and . .11 upyer Roomi, Cfofttg them, and <«<> «*".!. very Cdlai,; Ini . Carden and StrUe a-jom.nj to the Houfci a fe,B Anartment tw.i Roonu in the Carden ; with convenient Om.«. and man, For farther Pa.tic.lara of Mr. Pielley, at From Lioyi.’
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Saturday's and Sunday's Pofts.

Saturday's and Sunday's Pofts.

From the Evening-Posts, ana Daily Papers, June in. O N D O N, 19. YESTERDAY at Court of Proprietors of the Eaft-India Company, the fcveral Letters wrote by Lord Clive, and the Treaties made by him, were read by which it appeared, that Peace is entirely eitablifhed in that Countr
24 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
JaUfOncjiOap and fctiurBOap'0 POSTS.

JaUfOncjiOap and fctiurBOap'0 POSTS.

JaUfOncjiOap and ?? '0 POSTS. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Stockholm, 'fum 6. Jst'TtfJT'stfN Wednejday laft there was a Court L 3 at Drotningholm for the Foreign »f O 41 Ministers , and laft Night Count P js J Scheel fet out from hence to return Js*aLJKiHLJs{ to Copenhagen. He had a
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
fingle breath he hath prefumed condemn in a lump, without any examination of particulars, every meafure, as erroneous, adopted and

fingle breath he hath prefumed condemn in a lump, without any examination of particulars, every meafure, as erroneous, adopted and

carried into execution Mr G admitiiftrgtion.—This is authority with a wit nefs; it is in {hort,my Lord, nothing mote or lefs than Lord Peter’s loaf, which is very good mutton, or any thing elfe he pleafes, which don’t believe, may the Lord yo u. Mr. G c, in the fupport and illuf
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Ckarleftoxon, South Carolina, April 22. By Capt Mail land, from the Havanna, we are informed, tbat a new Governor, and fevera! otlier officers, were arrived there from Old Spain ; and ihat all the Britilh merchants were ordered to quit that place by the i6tb paft — He could not
28 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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0 of Regulation fo- the better fapport and repara- tion of ihe boats Ottd fbipp'ing, and more reatk' fer' iice

0 of Regulation fo- the better fapport and repara- tion of ihe boats Ottd fbipp'ing, and more reatk' fer' iice

of the lieges bet-xixt the South and North ghctr.s ferry. AT Dunfermline and North-Queensfcrry, the 26th dsy of November 1765, tS'h, 22d, and 29th days of April, and 20th dsy of May, 1766: fn fenced courts of the Admiralty of Dunfermline, held by Charles Ejd of Elgin and Kincard
23 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANECDOTE, taken from the Hiftory of the.Minority.

ANECDOTE, taken from the Hiftory of the.Minority.

ANECDOTE, taken from the Hiftory of the Minority. IN the year 1763, Lord B. mnde on offer to Mr. Pitt to come into the administration. A con- ference wss inftantly agreed upon beiween them, and Mr. Alderman Beckfbrd's in Soho-Square, was fixed upon for the place of meeting. Sut a
23 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, June 10

From the London Papers, June 10

Naples, May 20. The Duke de ta Miranda, vvho accompanied itte prefetit King ot Spain in his pali.ge (rom this kingdom, i; arrived here from Madt id , although he is _ native of Spain, he has thought proper to retire from thence in thele ti.-ne. 01 tumult, ta order to enjoy tranq
23 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O X D O N.

L O X D O N.

Extrail of a letler from Neva-York, May _j. ?? New branches of trade >•> ill foon : c ?? out here, the advantages of which, even ihc mofi f«n- giiine amongft v?, cannot enumerate, in ihc mean time our northern governments, wiih a laudable co- alition, are now intent upon fucb ln
23 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ht to cattle QHi

ht to cattle QHi

to cattle QHi LONDON, June 19. Monday laft died at Bath, the Right Hon. illiam Karl of Sutherland, Lord Strathnavern, putrid fever, which for fifty-four days defied the power of medicine. By unwearied attendance, watching, fading, and anxiety, her lady- the Counters lately fell m
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England