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L ON D O N, Oct. 13

L ON D O N, Oct. 13

• By an Exprefs Arrived on -Saturday from Paris, Advice is received, .that! Prince .Ferdinand has lefufed every Thing . the Fre-nch had,. offered him, viz. the fame as Marlhal Saxe had, Genewlilfimo ofthe Army, &c. :l! The Queen,' bf Denmark arrived at Rotterdam laft Thurfday Mo
17 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The DERBY MERCURY.

The DERBY MERCURY.

[Numb. 1801. FRIDAY, October 24, 1766. ( Price Two-Pence Half -Penny. ) Vol. XXXV.
24 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NO • 4iJ Westi fines thli Paper \ 4*41 ww ftrft pnbHtVd. J THURSDAY, October 13, 1766. sto .- ??

NO • 4iJ Westi fines thli Paper \ 4*41 ww ftrft pnbHtVd. J THURSDAY, October 13, 1766. sto .- ??

the Sixth! N°* 43{ Volumi. ) itT Printed \u_d ?? by CO KM* ELI US POPE, in St. James VStreet, Bath* %o #horn every Branch ofthe Printing Business i.s executed with the greateft Correftnefs and Difpatch, on the \ moft reafonable Terms, and 'fa j the neateft Manner.— Book-Work at
23 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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Oxford, Sept.%6. The Difordcrs occa- fioned by the late fcandalous Exportation of Grain, at a Time when Bread as well as all other Kind of Provifions bear fo exorbitant a Price, have alfo broke out in this City. The Mob have obliged the Farmers to fell the Wheat at Five Shilling
2 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Cfflftmfo&flp and Cf.urtiUnp'lB POSTS.

Cfflftmfo&flp and Cf.urtiUnp'lB POSTS.

From tbe LONDON GAZETTE. The Queen's Palace, St. femes 's Park, September 19, 1766. ETtHIS Morning, between Bight and W Nine o'Clock, the Queen wai hap- O pily delivered of a Prineefi-v^Jlpr "St Royal Highnefi tht Prioceft W**- ji ger of Walei, hit Grace the Arch* ?? of Cinterbu
2 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
?? c ?? ?? ?? ?? DR. JAMES's POW DER for Fevert, the.SmailPox, MeaOet, Pleurisies, Q^inftei, acute R_ieumatiltn», Coldt, and

?? c ?? ?? ?? ?? DR. JAMES's POW DER for Fevert, the.SmailPox, MeaOet, Pleurisies, Q^inftei, acute R_ieumatiltn», Coldt, and

all Inflammatory Difotdertj as well at for thofe which are called Nervous, Hypochondriac and Hyfteric. Price ?? &d. the Paper; with good Allowance to thole who buy it for charitable Ule*, or to fell again. tj^j* Experience having taught, that this Medi- cine, which it a t .fe an
23 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Grocer and Teaman in Leeds, Wants an APPRENTICE.—Enquire of the Printer of this Paper. 0 AMUEL JO T, of Idle

Grocer and Teaman in Leeds, Wants an APPRENTICE.—Enquire of the Printer of this Paper. 0 AMUEL JO T, of Idle

in the County of York, Woollcomber, impowered Mr. John Huftler and Mr. John Barnes, two his Creqßors, collect together his perfonal Eftate and for the Benefit of themfclvcs and the reft of his Creditors : Tbcy A btrtby give Notice, That a DIVIDEND of fuch Eftate aftd will jbe ma
7 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
At the Aflembly - Room in Wakkfiexd, On WednefJay the tad Inftant, will open'd a Subfcription Concert, Tu be continued

At the Aflembly - Room in Wakkfiexd, On WednefJay the tad Inftant, will open'd a Subfcription Concert, Tu be continued

every Wedneftiay Fortnight. ACT Ift. Third OVERTURE BACH. Fifth CONCERTO AVISON, Opera Sefta, SONG. FIFTH CONCERTO STANLEY, ACT 11. FIRST OVERTURE ABEL. FOURTH CONCERTO GEMINIANI's COREI.LL A SOLO on the VfOLIN, by Mr. TOBSON. FOURTH SYMPHONY RICHTER. « begin at Si* o'CJock. Tic
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPT.

BANKRUPT.

Elizabeth and Jin B.udVtt, of London, nrok?r«; India Stftck, 2»7 a 216 half. 3 per C\nr. Con. * 7- Sttis. half per ditto, «;8, 93 3-B'hs. 4 [>ei Cent; Con: ioi Ditto India Ann. 85 - Sell". Link Ann, 27 i-Bth. India Bonds, 21s. p;in. ill. 16$. The reft flint. H L OftobtT 26. Itr*
28 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
You that my land was conveyed [bona fide) to child, the writings were drawn at Midfummer was twelve months (as

You that my land was conveyed [bona fide) to child, the writings were drawn at Midfummer was twelve months (as

can witnefs) and I truft blood will quench their malice, that defired my tughter, and that they will not leek to kill you and yours with extream poverty. Mod forry am (as God knoweth) that being thus furprized with death, I can leave you no better edate : meant you all my office
28 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England