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A PASTORAL.

A PASTORAL.

By Cunningham. HE R Ciccp had in clutters crept dofe the greve To hide frCVn the rigours of day. And Phi,lis, herfclf, woodbine alcove, Amongtt the freih violets ay : A youngling, it feem«, hud been (l»>!e from its data, wixt Cupid and Hymen plot Corydon might, fearch'd for his
26 June 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, . a ccirpany of Grnt>men 1..} - * their laid a cither, [i.i , t . . ... -: the par; Ham Jet, ot Derma.k, aVlj ,'', from the copy of ShalulVea--. which l.e fiu-.ied, in word tide. Accordingly, or. tiijjf the trial came when the )Ounj himfelf the gnat aid iriu
26 June 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, June 21.

LONDON, June 21.

Tbe BrujJth Gazette of tbe 9 f b injiant utter the Article Linden, bus the following paragraph '* Tbe nfnlal cf tke Upper Houje to app r of the Bils übicb bed tie of Commons, biug tbe jttznre of Papers in tbe boajes tf private perjons, bus good deal the public. "The fluttering l
26 June 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
frimDAp'* and iponOap'o POSTS*.From the LONDON GAZETTE.

frimDAp'* and iponOap'o POSTS*.From the LONDON GAZETTE.

frimDAp'* and ?? POSTS* From the LONDON GAZETTE. St. James's, June tB. r^IOGBW 8 MaJaAj having been pleafed to ap- w w point the Right Honourable George S J-JO Cavendiffa, commonly called Lord M SfeK. George Cavendifh, to be Lord Lieut. $*L)G()8«;jK of the County of Derby, hi* Lo
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Smcnca

Smcnca

Pliladelphia, May t. From Bermuda we hear, that about the Beginning of February laft, a Sloop, Gapt. Jones, from Antigua, bound for North -Carotin , wat drove on that Ifland in a diftreffed Condition. The Affair it as follows r Th* Sloop failed from Antigui in October, with Capt
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, 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
 
To tht PRINT ER, i3c

To tht PRINT ER, i3c

"-THE Cuftom, which Gentlemen of great Ellates '>aye now got into, of letting them out in l»rge Farms, hath been jultly confined as the principal Caufe of ihe prefent Dearnef* of Pro- vifioHi: Bui, Sir, there is another Evil, that mult Spring from this Cuftom, full as detrimenta
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
» STREPHOM'o LOUISA,

» STREPHOM'o LOUISA,

"txrHY heaves your fond Bofom, my Deir, ?? When Naure look* wantonly gay r Why ftreams, my Louifa, the Tear, When Spring wears the Dimples of May ? On the Hawthorn which Shadows the Dale, Has the Thrufh paid his Tribute of Love * 'Tis now that the Nightingale* Tale Is heard ev'r
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Cautiftp'3toK..tgence,

Cautiftp'3toK..tgence,

Cambridge, June 20. On Friday laft, a molt melancholy Ace. dent happtned to Charles Wiluams, Efq. Fellow Commoner ot Trinity 11 .11, who, about two in the Afternoon, was found dead in a Field near Granchefter, where he bad been (homing Swallows, with his Gun on one Side of the H
26 June 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England