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No Foreign Mails arrived this Poft. COUNTRY NEWS. Ghucejtef, Odtthtr 6. the clothing part of the country cannot raife SU

No Foreign Mails arrived this Poft. COUNTRY NEWS. Ghucejtef, Odtthtr 6. the clothing part of the country cannot raife SU

sSi. ' ;oni htflicient for its numerous inhabitants, it is A ju) a great degree dependant remote parts for weekly fuppiy ot many thoufands oi bulhcls; but ever the commotions, this fuppiy lias been th*held for {ear ot the mob, and now the poor wretches are a,mod for want of fuli
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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Saturday Morning the zeth of September, on or near the Beach Southampton, A Gold chafed WATCE! CASE. If offered to be pawned fold, pray flop it, and give Notice to Mr. Linden, Bookfcller, in .Southampton; where any rcalbnablc Charges will be allowed, and one Guinea Reward given
6 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

I. That the work fl,all printed on a new letter and fine paper, and publilhed in weekly numbers, at fix-pence each. 11. J but tire whole Ihull he comprlfied in one volume in folio, and near cun be computed, in numbers; but if it fiiould exceed (So, the proprietors engage to give
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
K VERSES infcribed to Mr Student of Phylic in Edinburg ' to W 6 TH E Hoping fun now '

K VERSES infcribed to Mr Student of Phylic in Edinburg ' to W 6 TH E Hoping fun now '

ia ' -je, His chariot in the weftern And beaming mild o'er yonder Seerrs loath to bid our world fart His rays refradtcd from below Th' empurpled heavens gloriou And o'er our chearful world The beauties of declining Arife, friend, fweet Eve vl To tafle her calm ferene delights- L
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A L s>j66. priety fuitable to the importance of the large county he reprerents;. and ordered that thi* refolution poblifht'd

A L s>j66. priety fuitable to the importance of the large county he reprerents;. and ordered that thi* refolution poblifht'd

in the three Edinburgh news papers, and the Aberdeen Journal, as due teSimony of their great regard for his Lordfhip, and as an incitement to to merit Arch publick approbation. 2. Infirmary Colleftions rfrom Strathdon i!. C|att i 1. ro s. for 1766. Arrived, The Watfon, Stuart, f
13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABE RBEEN JOURNAL j lcheft plate and the moft curious china adorned days before,, fie fell Company Witha brigantine l

ABE RBEEN JOURNAL j lcheft plate and the moft curious china adorned days before,, fie fell Company Witha brigantine l

he whilft a .profufion of foups, olios, bound for Charles TownSout|i Carolina, who, tame and wild fowl, fricaflces, ragouts, in a word, days before that, fell ip with a’/quadron of Algerines, ■all that the art of a modern French Cook could confifting of frigate, comtiwdorc, two
20 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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nick here from Rii/na, the price keeps fifing, it is all immediately Tent away to the MeJiterra- a ncan ; inlbmuch that it is become diificult to ge- ' vellels to tranfport it.” We are told letters from Paris, that the fmtigglers are grown numerous and audacious in Normandy, that
25 October 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Oa. 18

LONDON, Oa. 18

The Grand Duke of Tnfcany, cafe the poor his dominions in this time fearcity, has ilftted cdicl, whereby all perfons in town and country .ire to have the liberty of baking and felling bread without paving any fee or duty, for the (pace of a year. And this Prince lilicwife exempt
25 October 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
s\tr,u r from a Pamphlet hitch p:i ! ’liiL\!,eiititlccl, 'lcconut the Clianh lately dijco'jercd ; in a Letter to a

s\tr,u r from a Pamphlet hitch p:i ! ’liiL\!,eiititlccl, 'lcconut the Clianh lately dijco'jercd ; in a Letter to a

Friend in the Country, AFTFR recitin!» the reported particulars ot Capt. Byron’s difeovery of the Fatagon ans ; proceeds to confider what political advantages may accrue from it, to thcßritifh nation: You will impatient, fays he his enrrefp mJent, to know if Capt.Byron took pofl
25 October 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England