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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Philadtl t bia. May 5. From Bermuda hear, that about the Beginning of February laft, Sloop, Capt. Jones, bound for North Carolina, was drove on that Ifland in a diftrefled Condition. The Affair is as follows: The Sloop failed from Antigua in OQober, with Capt, Jones, one William
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Oxford RACES, 1766. TO be Run for on Port Meadow, near the City of Oxford, on Toefday the of Aueuft,

Oxford RACES, 1766. TO be Run for on Port Meadow, near the City of Oxford, on Toefday the of Aueuft,

« Purfe FIFTY POUNDS, by any Horfe, Ac. Six Yeirt old and aged, that la* not won more than one 501. Purfe Plate, (Matcbe* excepted) fince the Firft Day lanqary left paft Sis Years old to carry 911. ylb. Horfet 10ft. the heft of three Four-mile Heats. A Snhfcriber to pay One Guin
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

From the Virginia Gazette, dated May received this mornings we extrafied the following articles : 4. IFilliamJburgh, May 2. Great and gloriou® news to America, and comfortable to the Printer of the Virginia Gazette. cxprefs arrived in town this evening, from Mr. Jordan, who came
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Bolem, or Oriental Balfam.

Bolem, or Oriental Balfam.

TURNPIKE A. D, From the Cut *f Durham tv ‘Tyre-Bridge, HERE at MLETiN Thirty-two of the 'I*RC»'.STEES nominated and appointed put in Execution the Adfs of Parliament tor rcpaiiing the laid Road, held at Mrt Hunt* ley’s in Gatefticad, the of April 1764, it was rclolved, Tltat was
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
id Bid3er, 1 Monday the fevcnth Day of July, the Hourt Two aiid Six in the Afternoon, *» the Sign

id Bid3er, 1 Monday the fevcnth Day of July, the Hourt Two aiid Six in the Afternoon, *» the Sign

of the Ship at the low End of Sotton, near Slailtlen, OEVtRAL CROPS of Wheat, Oats, Peas, Beans, ind Saule*, now growing in fever*! Fields, now in the Occupation of Philip Norton. Likewife the laid Ground, with other Grafs Ground, Drvelling-Houfe, Barn, and other Conveniences ar
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be L F. T,

To be L F. T,

ON E-Twclfth.Part, the Grand STKLL& COLLIER.Yj Any willing 10 take it, to ftad their Propontis to Col. ts Mitlcy, Hcnryftvm, Uublin, ns to Mr Airey, in Pilgrintflrrtt, Ncwraltle. /SVNDeRLAND, 18, 1766. WHEREAS by Act of Parliawent, made in the Year the Reign his late Majcfty Kin
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SoIA CO the bell liithier,

To be SoIA CO the bell liithier,

On Tuefday the gilt Day of )uly rem, at the Talbot Inn in Wellington, in the County of Slop, between the flours of Three and F . A . e in the Afternoon. fubjefl to fu.h CGO. . . . ditinns es lan then be p.o;imeed. THE Fee-Simple and Inheritance of one Sloth Share of the Tythcs o
24 June 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Tuesday Night's Posts.

Tuesday Night's Posts.

COUN TRY-NEWS. Ox for J, June 20 TUESDAY morning, week, a labouring man, palling through the Parks adjoining to this city, was informed by a ftranger, thai he had found woman lying in the Co ftript nakei., and bound hand and On going with h»m to the place, c*»« y found her with
26 June 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
'For tU SMALL POX. CONVULSION FITS, Lc.% Dr. DICKINSON'S White and Red DROPS. HE was Phyfician to King Charles .the

'For tU SMALL POX. CONVULSION FITS, Lc.% Dr. DICKINSON'S White and Red DROPS. HE was Phyfician to King Charles .the

Second, and King James. He Kuind the White lo fueeefeluJ in the smail<fox. rhat out of two jthoufand two hun red Patients, he loit only fourteen j and ulcd no other Medicine in that Diitcmper. The Red have done extraordinary Cures, ar.d particu arly in Children. Ihe late Archwil
26 June 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
; and to appearance, nothing can exceed the fimplic'ty their diet. But, alasl there is very little religion, fenfe, or

; and to appearance, nothing can exceed the fimplic'ty their diet. But, alasl there is very little religion, fenfe, or

virtue amongft them prieHhood are the moft aigitious and abandoned o mankind for all their fanaity conftfts in lhaved heads, bare feet, and woollen garments, and fuch itmuft ever be, whileFortJgal adopts the lubTequent maxim Fear the man that thinks, the man that reads, and the
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland