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T! cafe of a man who becomes blind after fun-fet; with ■Mm a folution thereof. Was lately Suffolk, where I

T! cafe of a man who becomes blind after fun-fet; with ■Mm a folution thereof. Was lately Suffolk, where I

met with a young man, about twenty years of age, who all the day hath a good fight, and diftinguiflieth objefls all diftances veil as any body, and with as much vigour and unweariednefs ; but when twilight once comes he is quite blind, ami Tees nothing all; that he cannot withou
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
fecures to them,' an<' pofterity, a long continuance of thofe ineftimable bleflings which they have hitherto enjoyed under the protection

fecures to them,' an<' pofterity, a long continuance of thofe ineftimable bleflings which they have hitherto enjoyed under the protection

of your Majefty's illaftrious houle. " The aufpicious Marriage of-.your Majeftj's royal fifter, the Princefs Caroline Matilda, with that great Po» tcntate the King of Denmark, (on which we beg leave to felicitate your Majefty,) mud afford the mod intercfting fatisfa&ion, not onl
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Wakefield, October 27th, 1766. Ebenezer Aldred, T Takes this Method of informing the PUBLIC, A T he has bought and

Wakefield, October 27th, 1766. Ebenezer Aldred, T Takes this Method of informing the PUBLIC, A T he has bought and

entered upon the Stock Trade of his late Mailer, Mr. SAMUEL NORTON, Mercer and YVoollenf-Draper. Gentlemen and Ladies who to continue their Favours, may depend upon being ferved with the beft Goods, and the very loweft Prices, Their moil obedient humble Servant, EBENEZER ALDRED.
28 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A To be SOLD together, or feparately, Situated in HuKDERSFietD, in the County of Lancafter, A FREEHOLD ESTATE, called Stitnsfcld,

A To be SOLD together, or feparately, Situated in HuKDERSFietD, in the County of Lancafter, A FREEHOLD ESTATE, called Stitnsfcld,

confiding three Dwelling-Houfcs, with convenient Outbuilding:, and about Forty Acres of Land, well fenced and watered, all good Repair, and capable of very great Improvements, now the Poffefiion William Scholefield and his Undertenants. N. B. There's a good Colliery in the Premi
28 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

RatiJbon October 2. is much talk here of triple alliance, is the tapis, between GrcAt-BFitairi, & Ruftia, and third power ; and it is added, other powers will be invited to accede thereto; but orte of them feems to be too much employed in interior arrangements, the fcconr too mu
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

dflr Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Conftatilinople, September i. E have received further accounts from the Straits *** VV l le e ff e<^s the late earthquake on the sth of Auguft. The town of the Dardanelles in Afia has fufFered confiderably. Great part of
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WHEREAS MEETING of the FREEHOLDERS and TENANTS the Manor THORNTON, in is appointed be had ti»e 30th this infant C&obcr,

WHEREAS MEETING of the FREEHOLDERS and TENANTS the Manor THORNTON, in is appointed be had ti»e 30th this infant C&obcr,

at the of Mr. John Day, being th* Sign of the Sun in L-.\ irord, to dividing and the Commons and Wjfta v • the Manor : This therefore the Attendance of a>l and ever) d freeh%id rs and ; js alio all other Per(■ n* who re any £-• concerned the Comment the Manor Thornton.
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PROP SALS For Engraving and Publilhing Su c r A New MAP the COUNTY PALATINE of DUR. HAM, eonftrucled from

PROP SALS For Engraving and Publilhing Su c r A New MAP the COUNTY PALATINE of DUR. HAM, eonftrucled from

Scale one Inch to Mile, herein will accurately delineated, the Boroughs, Market downs. Villages, Nobility and Gentry’s Seats, Woods, &c. Drawn from accurate Survey, apt. VRMST N G. And engraved by T. JF.KFKRYS, his Majedv. Subicriplion One Guinea; Half to be paid down, the Remai
18 October 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
This I')ay is /V/rcSixpence \ta be an tinned Meekly j Embelliihcd with Elegant Frontispiece, cn graved Hal* , (The whole

This I')ay is /V/rcSixpence \ta be an tinned Meekly j Embelliihcd with Elegant Frontispiece, cn graved Hal* , (The whole

in Si y Numbers Fol 10, illuftratcd with great Variety COFPERPLA FES) NUMBER I. Of The complete farmer-, Or, GENERAL DICTIONARY of HU BAN D RY, in ai.l its Branches. Con.aining the various Methods of Cu LTI VATINC and Improv ing# cv<ry Species Land, according to the Precepts of
18 October 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BERWICK

BERWICK

MR Anthony Former having lately imported large Quantity of old Sp.inifh and Portugal Red and While INtS, quite genuine, has opened his Cellar for Sale, Whole! in Dozens. N. B. Mr has provided himfelf with proper Wine Cooper Leith, who will line the Wine, and Fdlilc it tv) thofc
11 October 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England