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WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY's POSTS.

rrom the LONDON GAZETTE, June 24. Arriv the Mails front Holland, Flanders and France, . Madrid, May 30. f S- CCOUNTS have been already given of fome difturbances among the po■jn ' pulace at Barcelona tending to a re- volt, and that the chief people, in different branches of manu
1 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS, July I.

LEEDS, July I.

AST week was caught in the river Wharf near § Tadcafter, the largeft Sturgeon ever feen in that neighbourhood. It weigh'd upwards of 1541b. and was fold for three Guineas. We hear from Pontefraft, that on Wednefday finglp woman, who taught aibwingfehool in that town, being difor
1 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
fie JLett, enter to at Pleafure,' THE Houfe, Gardens, and Land, fituate Heath in Skircoat near Halifax, lately belonging and

fie JLett, enter to at Pleafure,' THE Houfe, Gardens, and Land, fituate Heath in Skircoat near Halifax, lately belonging and

the Poffeflion of, William Cream, deceafcd. Adjoining the Houfe are large and convenient Outbuildings, very proper either for a Gentleman or a Merchant. In the Garden is an Hott-houfe, well ftockcd with Pines and Exotick Plants, The Prcmiflcs are clofe to the Road leading from H
1 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

Arr'rSd the Mailt from Holland and France. Conjiantincplcy June 3. T to be regarded as an aft of Pro- vidence, that fire was not added to our late >£ calamity, the affiftance muft have beeii flow and difficult. Few of the wooden houfes jjjjyg overthrown, and thofe chiefly by the
15 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOLD, For the Remainder of a Leafe for Tears, 30 Years of <wbicb were unexpired at Lady-Day T

To be SOLD, For the Remainder of a Leafe for Tears, 30 Years of <wbicb were unexpired at Lady-Day T

Situate in the Mili-Gaitm, in Leeds, H E Tenant-Right and Intereft of MefTrs GAUTIERS and LLOYD, of Leeds atorefaid, Merchants, in thrqp new-ere£ted DYE-HOLSES, with the Warehoufes, Calindcr-Houfe, Stoving- Rooms, Preis-Houfe, Wafliing-Houfe, a Dwelling-Houfe, two Stables, for T
15 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WANTED, An Apprentice to a GROCER. Enquire of Mr. Donald fon, Grocer in Leeds. TURNPIKE S. cr*H TRUSTEES for repairing

WANTED, An Apprentice to a GROCER. Enquire of Mr. Donald fon, Grocer in Leeds. TURNPIKE S. cr*H TRUSTEES for repairing

the Road from BRADFORD to WAKEFIELD, intend to meet at the Houfe Mr. John Day, bearing tbt Sign of the Sun in Bradford, on Monday the 4tb of next, at Ten in the Morning j when any Ptrfons •willing to undertake to compleat the repair of the faid Road, may attend : And all Perfons
29 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The ASS and SPANIEL. A Fabii A Loaded Afs, authors fay, Jr\ Met fmooth Spaniel on his way; With ceafelefs

The ASS and SPANIEL. A Fabii A Loaded Afs, authors fay, Jr\ Met fmooth Spaniel on his way; With ceafelefs

labour fore oppreft, And envying much the puppy's reft, " Vain thing, he cry'd, with pride elate, " In idle eafe you hold your (late; «* While wretched I, mult labour hard, And daily fweat, without reward; " Thou'rt fleek and fat, with plenty crown'd, In luxury thy days go round
29 July 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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12 July 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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aatliroap and Posts LON DON, June 26. E hear, that in the projefled voyage the Dolphin man of war, it will be attempted to make a difeovery what land is to met with the North Raft of the Philippines, as far as to the latitude of 60 degrees, from whence to come about to the South
5 July 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Barl’tidoes, May Is. The dreadful fire which broke out in this town the 14th inft. night, was occafioned by the negletf a young man, who fell afleep and left his candle burning, which took hold parcel of cotton, and with fuch impetuofity, that in about feven hours 44a houfe-s wa
19 July 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England