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July 21, 1766. A Matter being Wanted for the Grammar School at Oldbam, near Mancbefler, any young Perfon qualified to

July 21, 1766. A Matter being Wanted for the Grammar School at Oldbam, near Mancbefler, any young Perfon qualified to

July 21, 1.766. A Matter being Wanted for the Grammar School at Oldbam, near Mancbefler, any young Perfon qualified to teach Latin and Greek, Writing and Accounts, may apply to the Feoffees the faid School, on Wednefday the 20th Day Auguft 1766, two of the Clock in the Afternoon,
22 July 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
be Sold together cr Parcels, ALL the following Freehold Eftates, fituate the of Chadderton and Oldham, and County of Lan<rfer,

be Sold together cr Parcels, ALL the following Freehold Eftates, fituate the of Chadderton and Oldham, and County of Lan<rfer,

confiding of one Capital Meffusge, Out-houfing, and buildings, together with fixteen Acres or thereabouts, of L«n-(ojbirg Meafu>-e, of good and Arable Mfadow and Palture nd, and a Quantity ooa Oak and Afh Timber, growing the Premifes ; Ifkewife there is a valuable Coal Mine that
1 July 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be fold AUCTION, And entered on immediately Uft f f Mr ' ames Malbcrs ' at Church, '* ***

To be fold AUCTION, And entered on immediately Uft f f Mr ' ames Malbcrs ' at Church, '* ***

bounty 0 f the 2d Day of July 1706, tm the Oock in the Afternoon, Juliet! to luch Conditions as fball be then and there produced, ALL that Meffuage and Tenement, with the Appurtenances, commonly called and known the Name of Grundy's, * nd in in the Parifh of Dean, Hour , Unty Ke
1 July 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

Arrived MAIL from Holland und Flanders. May 1. E S juft received from Conftantinople L * advife, that recruits are railing with the greateft diligence both there and throughout the whole Ottoman empire. j4fchaffeJiburgh June 12. the inft. there fell here a violent ftorm of hail,
1 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

Arrivdthc Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders, Paris, June 16. Bougainville has obtained the King's perw miffion to fell the uninhabited ifland, which he difcovered in 1764, near the Malouines, . K» a A and where he had begun to form a little fettlement. It is laid the Spai
1 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

LONDON, July 24. HEY write from New-York, that the mer& chants hnve unanimoufly come to the refolution of breaking off all private dealings with the French at the Triangles, and was not doubted but the other American colonies would follow the example. letters juft received from
29 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BAUME De VIE. A Moft excellent and efficacious Medicine M,. L„v.., the King's " by ' he Tk is iSc

BAUME De VIE. A Moft excellent and efficacious Medicine M,. L„v.., the King's " by ' he Tk is iSc

iaS', This valuatle Mcdicjr.t his more allonifting Cures >11 Europe than any other Remedy whatever. I< fup.rio, , „" AfaSSju! >bSn ' awM ' lt is moft friendly to the Stomach, and bv its ,-j wen, qualifies the Juices for a juft and temperate Circuhrtion'f tnd'ani- mate, and refto
29 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SCO Lett, to enter to at PJeafare, HE »oufe, Gardens, and Land, fituate at Heath cay* urn* olt Ha i'^

SCO Lett, to enter to at PJeafare, HE »oufe, Gardens, and Land, fituate at Heath cay* urn* olt Ha i'^

ax » late, y belonging to, and in the of, William Efqj deceafed. Adjoining to the Houfe are conven,e " t Outbuildings, very proper either for a Gentleman 1 a Merchant. In the Garden is an Hott-houfe, well flocked with Pines and Exotick Plants. The Premifles are clofe to the Road
8 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Of SELF-FLATTERY.

Of SELF-FLATTERY.

SELF-FLATTERY, when moderately taken, is a Cordial, thai cheari the Spirits, givet Fortitude to the Heart, and enables us to defend aurlelves againft ?? and urwarr >.nt- ahlt Jealouliet .* But, when immoderately taken, h riftt fometimet into a moft abominable Quality, tall'd Se{
3 July 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
, i. e-.iv*- •■* >’, . ■ ,:/»■ 'ft- MONDAY, July 28, 1766. . mk kMSI -r r» aT\AV* lor,

, i. e-.iv*- •■* >’, . ■ ,:/»■ 'ft- MONDAY, July 28, 1766. . mk kMSI -r r» aT\AV* lor,

hi* houfe ii\ Lhicolns>inn*fields, where *-> LJjrL 1 O J. |j j conference with him of fereral hours, o>i Arrived a Mail from Flanders. traordinary afEair*. AV A L AFFAIRS. 12 It is faid, tbatas foon asrhe right hoo. Frm tht Englijh papers, July «7- acc fP ts of offi ope of his M
28 July 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland