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28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Orders arp given that all the Drums and French Horns belonging to the two Troops of Horfe-Grenadier Guards difeharged, and

Orders arp given that all the Drums and French Horns belonging to the two Troops of Horfe-Grenadier Guards difeharged, and

Trumpeters appointed in their room, as in the two Troops of Horfe-Guards. We hear that 1000.Marines will be railed, to embark with the Fleet now fitting out for the Eaft Indies. It is reported, that fome Bayonets of a new Invention, will fhortiy be made for the Ufe of his Majeft
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
, %• Cocking as ufual where an Ordinary, each

, %• Cocking as ufual where an Ordinary, each

, Cocking ufual where Ordinary, each Pit in HolywtdJ, OXF ORD MAC HI NE, Or STEEL SPRINGS. terry Six Pafingm at 101. tach, ' SETS out from the Bear Inn in the High-Street, Mondays, WtdatfiUno, and Try days, as ufual, »t Six' o’Clock the Morning, to the Black Bull Inn in Holbom Re
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The WIT ’* POCKET COMPANIO N

The WIT ’* POCKET COMPANIO N

The POCKET COMPANIO N Hein* a colledHon the moft ingcnioiii jefts, diverting floric*, nlcal'ant jokes, fm.irt fmart repartees, wife layings, witty quibbles and ridiculous bulls. 'l*o which added, choice collection of the neweft conundrums, bet riddles, entertaining rehufles, fati
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
riCLES. / Lngli/h Ffifcrs, June 12. crs fiotn Mobiilc fiy, that tlie Indian ■* lac 'ii the r.cifhbcurlcrd New Oilcans,

riCLES. / Lngli/h Ffifcrs, June 12. crs fiotn Mobiilc fiy, that tlie Indian ■* lac 'ii the r.cifhbcurlcrd New Oilcans,

hi:ii tfu'-ed to enter in:o any treaties with the , -1 *hirh account the ('anilon was wholly !up' En^lith, ;cc*er from New York, by the lad packet, fay'-, ?ba thanklgiving had been appointed to i i aghout the ■* hole province, account the uf-cni the ftair-p-.idt and that it was
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DARLINGTON. TucliUy next, the 1(1 of July, V’ili be perfoimed, A CONCERT Of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL M U S 1

DARLINGTON. TucliUy next, the 1(1 of July, V’ili be perfoimed, A CONCERT Of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL M U S 1

C. To begin cxadlly at Seven o’clock. Alter the Concert will A BALL. i:j* Tickets ro had at the King Head and Arid-Mv Room, at 2 s. 6d. each.
28 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Jackfon's OXFORD

Jackfon's OXFORD

SATURDAY, June 28, 1766. obtained in his Majclly’s Reign, and letter’d Senegal, Guadaloupe, Lagos, Minden, Sec. Sec, Friday laft a moft melancholy Accident happened to Charles Williams, Efq; Fellow Commoner of Trinity Hall, who, about Two in the Afternoon, was found dead ii} Fie
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tlm I«ft Letter. from Marfcilleg Jvife, that a thoufand Horfe* were juft embarked there, tor the Ufe of the French

Tlm I«ft Letter. from Marfcilleg Jvife, that a thoufand Horfe* were juft embarked there, tor the Ufe of the French

Troopi in Corfica. They write from Paris, that Count d’Eftaing, late Governor of St. Domingo, ha», contrary the Opinion of every body, found Means to exculpate himfeif of the Charges brought againft him for Mal-Adminiftration in the Well-Indies. < It is reported that Canada Bill
28 June 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
L O N D O N, June 19

L O N D O N, June 19

Extrat-l of a Letter from Bolton, New-England, dated April 5,— « His Excellency Governor Barnard iflued a Proclamation this Day, for the Obfervance of a general Eaft throughout the Province, on the 2-j.th Initant, which Day is therefore appropriated for religious Exercife to dep
27 June 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To the PRINTER, fir,

To the PRINTER, fir,

?? the celebrated Triltram Shandy re- turned from France, hi* Lmndrefs brought Home his Shirts complete in Number ; but when he came to his Lodging in London, and was go- ing ro drefs, the Servant puyiner one to air, be- hold both the Flaps were cut off. On Examina- tion the Who
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England