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r« bo SOLD,

r« bo SOLD,

lit MmowiiT, neit Richmond in'heCnontjr Toik, Neat HOUSE and GARDEN, with all convenient Officet, fi' for pti»».« Family togeihct with fifty-font A«ie», or nny lelfe Quantity of very good Land, and m Right of Common Gatheiley Moor. —Enqoite Mr Ovington, the o*net, Mcllonby, or o
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
John ashley, * ri *ipal Manager of grand Colleilion of Ufeful and Omental China, India Boxes, Pier.Gh.ffes, Carpets, and tther

John ashley, * ri *ipal Manager of grand Colleilion of Ufeful and Omental China, India Boxes, Pier.Gh.ffes, Carpets, and tther

Ejfecls as Advertized in our two taft Papers, to be by Hand, the Exchange, in Mancheiier, gives tbe P «ll>'c Notice, HAT he makes no doubt but he mull give a great Urn - brage to all the Shops the China Trade he meets with his Journey, but has particulai Orders this Poll, from t
24 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BANKRUPTS. Thomas Claydon, date of Tring in the County of Hertford, Victualler, but now of the King's Bench Prison. —

BANKRUPTS. Thomas Claydon, date of Tring in the County of Hertford, Victualler, but now of the King's Bench Prison. —

<l\ . BANKRUPTS. c Thomas Claydon, date of Tring in the County of "Hertford, Piclualler, hut now of the King's Bench Prifon. —To appear June zi, and July 12, 26, at Guildhall, London. Mofes Alexander, of Tooky-flreet in the Parifh cf St. Olave , Soutbwark in the County of Surry,
24 June 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
3*9*533 * i?. To pay and cloath:ng the militia —• 150,000 o 27. To difehargeunfatished claims and demands for expcnccs

3*9*533 * i?. To pay and cloath:ng the militia —• 150,000 o 27. To difehargeunfatished claims and demands for expcnccs

in Germany during the late war To the Landgrave of Hefle Caflel, tocompleat the payment of n;o,oool. IVipulated by treaty Monday morning their Roval Highncffcs gave audience of leave : and in the afternoon left the city, after having vifited every thing curious in it, to the gre
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
I. O D N> June 17. Laft Saturday night, between the hours of ten and eleven, great number Journeymen Bakers,

I. O D N> June 17. Laft Saturday night, between the hours of ten and eleven, great number Journeymen Bakers,

fuppofed to inlluenced by their iuperiors, afl’embled, armed with cutlafi'es, bludgeons, See. betort the In ufcof Mr. Ilenderfon, Baker, in Kent-ftreet, near St. George’s jhurch, Southwark, (who for the benefit of the poor, and for the fake of ready money to fupport large family
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
WESTERN CIRCUIT,

WESTERN CIRCUIT,

Mr. Juftice Wilmot, Mr. Jitfice Yates. Southampton, Tuefday July 8, at the Caftle of Winton. 'tfcwn anel County of Southampton, Friday v, at the Town. Wilts, Saturday 12, atNewSarum. ■JJirJtt* Thurfday 17, at Dorcheiter. JJeven, Monday 21, at the Caftle of Exeter. "City and Coun
27 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
JFrto.ip'o and (baturHap'o POSTS.

JFrto.ip'o and (baturHap'o POSTS.

•,**■ Arriv'dthe Mails from Holland. Florence, May 15. IfMUOR N t he 6,h In,t * »• Seven and at Ten et tb ?? in the Morning, three violent t& Q o Shocks of Earthquakes were felt at aT JB St. Gimignano and in that Neigh- IXjsHfejd bourhood, and likewtfe between Gainbadi and Monta
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
O Advertisements for thi* Paper, (which hai abfolutely a more extenfive Circulation than any other in the Neighbourhood ; confcquently

O Advertisements for thi* Paper, (which hai abfolutely a more extenfive Circulation than any other in the Neighbourhood ; confcquently

% gieafe*; Number cf Riders, and i , uufe -^hoadveitife) are taken in by Mr. Afliley, Ltjdgate-Hill, London; Mr. Cadtll, in Briftol ; Mr. Collins, at Salisbury ; Mr. jacklori, al Oxford; Mr. Kaikeq, at Clone 'lltr ; h\e.V, °me; Mr. Cafs, at Wells ; Mr. Coney, at Bridgewater ; Mi
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
fcoger 141b. Weight of Luggage, ALSO, THE $ Leeds and Harrogate MACHINE Set out on Monday the ajd of this

fcoger 141b. Weight of Luggage, ALSO, THE $ Leeds and Harrogate MACHINE Set out on Monday the ajd of this

Inftant June, the abovefaid Joseph Child's, to the Quecn's-Head in Harrogate, re-urns to Leeds the fame Night j and will continue every Monday dui tng the Seafon. ' Of the /aid JOSEPH CHILD nay bad, Genteel Four-wheePd PO S T-C H AIS E S and COA C H E to any Part of the Kingdom.
24 June 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland