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Arrived the malls from France, Iff land, and Flanders^.From the London Gazette, 'June 24.

Arrived the malls from France, Iff land, and Flanders^.From the London Gazette, 'June 24.

Arrived the malls from France, Iff land, and Flanders^ From the London Gazette, 'June 24. St, Jamefs, June 20. THIS day M. Durand, Minifter Plenipotentiary from France in the abfence of his Excellen- cy the Count de Guerchy, had a private audience of his >.'iajefty, to deliver hi
28 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HANOVER-SQUARE, Newcastle. To he Let ogainfl Lammas next, THE HOUSE that Mr Edward Hum ilk now lives in, in Hanover*

HANOVER-SQUARE, Newcastle. To he Let ogainfl Lammas next, THE HOUSE that Mr Edward Hum ilk now lives in, in Hanover*

Sqm re, confiding of nine good Fire-Rooms, and very fit for Gentleman's Family. i'j' Enquire at Mr Peter Ruflel’s Houfe in tire fame Situate. To () L D, SEVERAL COPYHOLD MESSUA- ov TENEMENTS, fituatc Prefton, near North-Shields, the County of Nortlmmbcrland, •now let at the year
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Te the PRINTER.

Te the PRINTER.

the PRINTER. feme Olive oil -n hand when ac* cidtnily bug uni on the floor, 1 diopped a drop upon it. which inirant.y killed it; this pi»c room to imagine it miglit be a means oftftiEroying vermin; and accordingly rubbed bedfteao with Olive oil, in which had feen liimc bugs; linc
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
INFIRMARY,

INFIRMARY,

New CAS Tin, June %(>, 1766. AC, ENF, R A Q.U AR T R1- Y the Governors this CH/YRTTY vill be held here on Thurfday the 3d Day of July next, Ten o’Clock in the Forenoon. The fcvcral Subfcribeis are to pay their Sublet iptions to theTreafurer: And all Pcrfons having Demands the In
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
under written, did alfo order. That no Owner, Matter,

under written, did alfo order. That no Owner, Matter,

under written, did order. That no Owner, Matter, orMariner, of anySbip,fliall at any Time permit or fuffer his or their Ship or Ships, to be or remain in that Part of the Channel of the River, between the faid High Stairs and the extreme Kaft End pf the Pier, above the Tihie or S
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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From the London Papers, June 24.

From the London Papers, June 24.

Berlin, June o. Sir Andrew Mitchell, who is a fecond time appointed Minifter Plenipotentiary from tbe King of Great Britain to tbis Court, ar- rived bere tbe 71 inftant. Warfaw, May 30. Some advices from Turkey infinuate, that Prince Heraclius, of Georgia, had actually advanced
28 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
1 Utter to (^PROPRIETORS of E A S T-.-INDIA STOCK. FromJoHK JOhnstose,.Ff-i- late one oftbe Council at Calcutta, Bengal.

1 Utter to (^PROPRIETORS of E A S T-.-INDIA STOCK. FromJoHK JOhnstose,.Ff-i- late one oftbe Council at Calcutta, Bengal.

1 Utter to (^PROPRIETORS of E A S T- -INDIA STOCK. FromJoHK JOhnstose, Ff-i- late one oftbe Council at Calcutta, Bengal. [[Concluded from our laft.] Stt FR- Johnftone undertakes to jollify the Tl /§ Council's ripht to thele prefents with I V 1 many arguments, among which are the
28 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Te it L ET and tHtirtd upon ntxt Lammas,

Te it L ET and tHtirtd upon ntxt Lammas,

it L ET and tHtirtd upon ntxt Lammas, THE GRANARIES, at North now in I'oflfefllon Mr Thomas Story, who will the Piemiles. Enquire of Mi Ro;er SUo-ron, South Bl.'h, or Mi Jof. Gamul at Matthew Ridley, fcfqi’s Office, in Ncwcaftle, who will let the fame. Alfo to LE T. N»a Btv h, SI
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To the P U B L 1 C

To the P U B L 1 C

the P U B L 1 C TH E great Encouragement Peirce’s Styptic Medicines have met with both home and abroad, and the many Cures thereby cffcclcd, though many of the Patients had been declaimed inr urable by foroe the mod eminent Phyfician*; together with.bif of a Cafe and innocent Med
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
the Piece.

the Piece.

ComtM, by Mt Frodlhtm. Sabrina,(the Paftoral Nymph) with thr Jon* of Sweet Echo, by M« Head. In Aft the jd, will be inirodoced ■ AN C E of BA CCHANALS and BACCHANTS, by the Cbataaen. After the MASQUtE. D.\N CE. cabl’d The DRUNKEN PEASANT. Pcafant, Mt o*en i C'own, by Mi Sbafto.
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England