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LONDON, Oct. 28.

LONDON, Oct. 28.

Capt. 'i of the William and Jan*: thus to hi, friend in Chefter,. Marfeilles, boon alter left Gibraltar, had a ton-malt carried away weather, and 1R . met who'£\r°; nllft n ?- we?e oL»™S>„. horn I took up, iltnoll IpeotAkith hunger and they having been five days in that conditio
30 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

The fc.lozv A!vices cams by the Mails from France and Flanders. steck<<j»l>n' t in Sweden, September 26. THE Hates have taken away the penfions that given former diets, to feveral Senators, and other di&n&ioc, and likewifc thofc that were granted during the minority of the Princ
30 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LO S T the O&ober Inrtsnt, between Mam'ord in and Norfolk, oy Way Peterborough, and Hank Note Value I, in

LO S T the O&ober Inrtsnt, between Mam'ord in and Norfolk, oy Way Peterborough, and Hank Note Value I, in

a Letter Whoever haf found ihe lame, is to give Notice to Mr. Wnittinghain, in Ljnn, and Delivery the Note, they ihaJl receive ten Guineas Reward. SO In the County Lincoln, ONE Three- Acre Clofe, lying in the Parift Borough (lie now in the ot Widow New:on. ~ , Alio one Four-Acre
30 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Deaths , Mr. Ferdintncto Pennington, Mer* chant in College-Grit, en.— Mr*. Ann Bulb, on St. Auguftine't-Back.— Mt. Edward Stoke*, of

Deaths , Mr. Ferdintncto Pennington, Mer* chant in College-Grit, en.— Mr*. Ann Bulb, on St. Auguftine't-Back.— Mt. Edward Stoke*, of

Twickenham in the County of Somerfct, formerly a very eminent Tobaceonift in St.Thomas Street. — Mr, Burridgi, at Bedmlnfter.— Mr*. Dean, near Spring- Gardens, Hot* Well*.— Mr. Read, In the Great-Garden.— Mr*. Cadell, Wife of Mr. Thoma* Cadell, Bookleller, in Wine-Street.
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
IPntft, Qmbtt 30,

IPntft, Qmbtt 30,

Arriv'd here, Lord and Lady Berkeley t_L Tyrconnel, Sir Thena* Whirtnore I .if** Family, S<r Richard Bamf, !de, Led Ell'mW* Lord Mayor of London, Col. Sayer, Col^** Mrs. Hodges, Col. Mordaui-t, CbmJ ,^ ?? Ptt, Capt. Daw, Capt. Neat, Col. » n< j Campbell, Governor Boucher and Lid
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

York, OA. 28. Saturday Evening died Scar borough, of lingering illnefs, Lord Rutherford. A few day ago the Lady of Childers allbank, tf Kirk; bridge, Efq\ was fofely delivered a fon and heir Kir by. the \"Jtb Infl. at night, a Farmer at IVialkington, near Beverley had a Corn fla
30 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ilottOon, £Dctobn; 25.

ilottOon, £Dctobn; 25.

Yefterday her Majefty was privately churched by his Grace the Archbifhop of Canterbury, at the Queen* Palace. Next month his Grace the Duke of Port- land is to be married to the Lady' Dorothy Cavendifh, filter to the Duke of Devonlhire. Yefterday the Right Hon. the E_.il of Nort
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

The following Advice the Maris ,. c:J Fiandcr>. - From the London Gazette, Oct 28. Hani xr£A, in Di/iytari, Off. iS. THE Queen Denmark etc at'four o'clock tnis perfect r leu out morrow for Alien;. 'Janes Oei 28. between and eight Cii»ck, her Royal HighneU u* Roval *a's lhe (jrt
30 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD, FORTY Ac

TO BE SOLD, FORTY Ac

T<* BJSOLD, FORTY very Sheefr Feed, lying in Wisbech High Fch, in ifle v Enquire Mr, Mr. lotrey, ot Wisbech, in the laid Ifle *©y. OSfo/r 19. 1766. STOLEN or STRAY 'D, OU Swinelhead Field the County Lincoln, a brown with Star in ad, lix Years old, Hards high, «.ut Ta'.., OU of Sw
30 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WOMEN.

WOMEN.

*|**»Ta_TURE has arm'd with homy Ford *™ The fturdy Bull, with Hoofs the Horfe i The Lion with (harp Teeth, and Claws, Sinewy Strength, and knotty Pawi. Swift Feet to Hares fhe gives, that Flight May favour thofe who cannot fight. Fleetneft of Wingt fhe gives to Birdt, And Fini
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England