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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
 
Miticbefier, September 29, 1766. Mr. D U T T O N, BUte ef the Old Coffee-Houfe, EGS leave to return

Miticbefier, September 29, 1766. Mr. D U T T O N, BUte ef the Old Coffee-Houfe, EGS leave to return

Thanks to all his Friends, who fupported his Intereft, whilftin thai Bufinefs; and to inform jj" and the Public, that he has taken and entered upon a th & c faults, in Blue Boar Court, the Crfs, late in w PolTe(l" of Mr. White, where he intends-to carry on the and Spirit Trade,
14 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To Sold, to the beft Bidder, At the Mr. Marriott's, the Sign of the Roebuck, in Rochdale, the County of

To Sold, to the beft Bidder, At the Mr. Marriott's, the Sign of the Roebuck, in Rochdale, the County of

Lancafter; the Sate to begin Thurfday the Day of October next, at two 0 Clock in the Afternoon, and continue, and begin at two dChck each succeeding Day, till the whele are fold, Freehold Eftatcs of the late Samuel Hamer, Efq; deceafed, lyjng within the Parifh of Rvbdale aforefa
14 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DESERTED, At Newcaftle-under-Line, the Sept. from a Recruiting Party $f tbe jtb Regiment of Foot, or Royal Fuzileers, Commanded by

DESERTED, At Newcaftle-under-Line, the Sept. from a Recruiting Party $f tbe jtb Regiment of Foot, or Royal Fuzileers, Commanded by

tbe Right Hon. Lora Robert Bertie, WILLIAM HAMBLETON, Feet 7 Inches H'gh, 2 , Years of Age, brown Complexion, brown Hair, and grey Eyes; had on when he went oft', a light colojr'd Coat, a ftrip'd and a fnaf colour'd Pair of Breeches, and was born in the Paiifll of Audley, in the
28 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
For Wednefday, Friday, and Monday next. the Exchange, on Wednefdav Evening the B'b GEORGE STEVENS, Will deliver his LECTURE upon

For Wednefday, Friday, and Monday next. the Exchange, on Wednefdav Evening the B'b GEORGE STEVENS, Will deliver his LECTURE upon

HEAD S, With many confiderable Additions never before exhibited. To the Reader, HE Lecture upon Heads was originally plain an Opinion the Inventor of it Converiation happened to alTert, viz. That there was Poffibility hitting upon Plan yet unat tempted, by which one Perfon Jhvsl
7 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MO, k t _ f Wetik* fihee tf, l» Par.r \ J 1 ) I was firft ptiblifh'd. / THURSDAY,

MO, k t _ f Wetik* fihee tf, l» Par.r \ J 1 ) I was firft ptiblifh'd. / THURSDAY,

October 30, 1 766. KIQ. ?? ?? the Sixth 1 N w * 441 Volume. J itT Printed and publifli'd by CORNELIUS POPE, in St. James's-Street, Bath* 4 whom every Branch o{ * e ?? " ««utcd with -the great.!. Correflneft and Difpateh, on the mod reasonable Term*, and in tne neateit Manner.— B
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CBHeOlWodap and d)UtSJDa_i*o POSTS.

CBHeOlWodap and d)UtSJDa_i*o POSTS.

CBHeOlWodap and ?? POSTS. From tbe LONDON GAZETTE. Florence, Oclober 14. H"WjNr"XHE Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick L ' -} fat out latt Saturday for Lucca, »r- I ?? Irom whence he propofet to go to \ m 1 Leghorne and Pil'a. \%.Jm.jd Haai burgh, Oaober 17. The Queen of Denmark arri
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
iLoiiDon, £>ctoli.r 28.

iLoiiDon, £>ctoli.r 28.

We heir that hit Excellency William Henry Lyttelton, Efq. it chx.ged wiih a mott important Commiilion to the Couit of Portugal, relative to the Trade between the two Kingdoms. Some further Advicei are faid to h ive been re- ceived on Sunday from Commodore Pallifcr, rela- tive to
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
„. T<- the PRIN T E R, (3c.

„. T<- the PRIN T E R, (3c.

„ . T <- the PRIN T E R, (3c. 1 "'one hoped th« Parliament will, as loon mmi! ■ y mttt - ,ak *- * he h 'g h Price oi P rov > , '°"- s * nefi f L moft feiiou ' Confideraiion, as the Dear- ■ f_ h m not on 'y ten< ** to crea,e Diftiirbaiicea •inir-a "*" on «hut to deftroy all our fo
16 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England