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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Charles -Town. South-Carolina, July ii. The Legiflature of Virginia hath granted about 5000 I. fterling for carrying on. a trade with the Cherokee Indisns, for feven years, on account of the pro- vince In the beg'i* ing of May laft, as one Welch, an Indian trader, was going from
6 September 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Voyage of Don Ferdinand Magellan, a Spanijh Ad-

Voyage of Don Ferdinand Magellan, a Spanijh Ad-

mural, 1 5 1 9 . Speaking of the coaft of Brazil, Ut. 24. be fiiys, ?? We here fell in with a country inhabited by a wild fort of people ; they are of a prodigious fta- ture, fierce and hsrbarous : ?? made a horrible roaring noife, more iikc bulls than huiinn creatures, and yet
8 September 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

From the London Papers, Sept. 4. The laft letters from Vienna mention that the T.irVs were filing off detachments from the garri- ?? of 8 -lgrad -, Cbockzbi, &c. in order 10 march into the interior p .vinces to make head againft •v* Geoigians. ?? Tht-y write from Petersburg!!, t
8 September 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter frcm London, Sept. 4. I " It is faid that ihe directors of a great com. any. I a few days ago waited on fome diflinguiired prr- I fonages in the miniflry, to whom they delivered fro-- I pofals for refigning to his Majefty, all their c n- I quefts in the E- ft
8 September 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Paf ers, Sept. 16.

From the London Paf ers, Sept. 16.

Genoa, Aug. 18. By a veilel arrived from Baf- tia we learn, that an accommodation will foon take place between the republic and the Corlicans ; and that two miniilers, the one French, the otlier JSnglifli, are daily expected oh ~lh-.it ifhnd, to put the laft hand to the treaty.
20 September 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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ICiießDap jSoB.i To the Printer of the Oxford . SIR •f» v V**S douhtlefs the aeftrpylng J of Vermin, which

ICiießDap jSoB.i To the Printer of the Oxford . SIR •f» v V**S douhtlefs the aeftrpylng J of Vermin, which

large 'ties aof *A• 5 1,6 °f lll),ic * Utility, «5-«« therefore • fend you the following cfiiftual Receipts for killing Rats and Crows; v «>>'*!f will he particularly.ac^ Wii Junaure, when the not oitlv conftderable the Farmer, bat likely to be much wanted by the I’ublick. lam y
20 September 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
fhpO be SOED, Eleven Couple of as L Haunch HARRIERS as any in the Kingdom.— *— Enquire of M?. Samuel

fhpO be SOED, Eleven Couple of as L Haunch HARRIERS as any in the Kingdom.— *— Enquire of M?. Samuel

XljutSbap’B 000. Daj arrivtd the Mail from Flamkrs. Rem;,, Auguft *B, WWVWI.S Holineft. Account of the V Dearth Grain, wtll have nei- W ther Operas, Comedies, Mofques. wwvQ nor Races during the next Car- Accordingly the Undertakers theft Spe&ades have Notice given them to make no
20 September 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
By a Gentleman of the MiJJJe-Timfle.

By a Gentleman of the MiJJJe-Timfle.

London; Printed hit Majefty’t L»\» Printert; and fold M, Thrulh, the King's Arms, in Salijhury- Cairt, Flitt-Strut j W. Jacklun, in Oxford j C. Badham, in Hereford; T. Price, in Cloutcfter: and may had of the Oxford JJewfracr*. * .O From the [IX)N GAZETTE. Dr. Ander/cn’s, the Fa
13 September 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
A few day* ago died i« the of Marybone, aged Mrs. Eleanor Price, born in Cdrdiganfhire : was married when

A few day* ago died i« the of Marybone, aged Mrs. Eleanor Price, born in Cdrdiganfhire : was married when

young; and what is remarkable, herhufband di on the day of their marriage, that was maid, wife and widow all in the lame day. We are told, that order will foon be made, for reducing the exorbitant lees taken the gaolers in England and Wales, for the lodging aud difcharge Infolve
30 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IF the right Heir to ANN DICKINSON, Daughter of ARTHUR DICKINSON, of Tliurnam-Bnv in I:hekimore in the County York, will

IF the right Heir to ANN DICKINSON, Daughter of ARTHUR DICKINSON, of Tliurnam-Bnv in I:hekimore in the County York, will

apply to Mr. John Elam, in Leeds, or Mr. Michael Wainhoufe in Halifax, he will hear to h'6 Advantage. N. B. Arthur Diekinfon was living about the Year b'it how long after is not known, as no Rceiftcr of the Family can be found. NOTICE// hcrehv given, THAT Mr, ROBERT BEL L, Leeds
16 September 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England