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JOSEPH RATCLIFFE, Deakr in Flax and Yarn, 1.44411? to agymaiss toes Frinhir. THAT he has opened a Shop in er..t

JOSEPH RATCLIFFE, Deakr in Flax and Yarn, 1.44411? to agymaiss toes Frinhir. THAT he has opened a Shop in er..t

. p r cr Ilridve-threet, befla oppuf.te to Mr. het, W hoes,r plate to honour , him their I molars, tither V. htl Gle or Retail, Jepeno tared no the II Tama, rad their Ordets rondo oVer*,d, and ra t II ) uknowkdipd, By their e !errant. JOSLYN RATCLIFFE. 11. William R Actiffe, fen
14 October 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Auction. the Day of November next, at five the Evening, at the Houfe of know* ft' Sign the White Lyon,

Auction. the Day of November next, at five the Evening, at the Houfe of know* ft' Sign the White Lyon,

in the Underbank, in StockPjL to Condition: of Sale to be then proa/teed, either gether in Parcels, as fhall be thought moji proper f Time of Sale, ALL two Meffuages or Dwelling.Houfes, i,'. fuitabie tor Country Seat, and the other for Houfe, called and known the Name of the Lan
14 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ELIZABETH R A b D, Begs Leave to acquaint her Friends ana the Publick, TH A T fhe has opened

ELIZABETH R A b D, Begs Leave to acquaint her Friends ana the Publick, TH A T fhe has opened

Shop, near the Suits 0,-ad, in the Market Place, with a large Aflortment frefh Confedtionary Goods, as good and as cheap as in London Where may be had, Jellies, Creams, Pollers, Flumery, Lemoa Cheefe Cakes, and all other Decorations for cold Entertainments; alfo, Torkjhire Hams,
14 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Sold,

To be Sold,

AFrechula of Inheritance. 'yi n is in the County of Salop, in 'I.. Ihtidiag Partonr, a the yearly Rent or 22 1. a ray emotive tad *Ambit .ht ei'Terbary tent, WMaJ Mug. _ Vrattar;r — i;ticalars say is lanal Gam Mr. Tartee, in Wbeicberrh. .To be Lett lon a 'fern' of Years, • And c
14 October 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold or Lett to the bell Bidder, I Idossilay the of this Inft. (Maur. at the Eagles is

To be Sold or Lett to the bell Bidder, I Idossilay the of this Inft. (Maur. at the Eagles is

Denbishthire. AM A LT-K IL N, with fuitable to iveniencies, is Parrot'. lan may be had at Mr. Jab Rams, id the Cams Mem
14 October 1766 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SUBSCRIPTIONS, and Letters of Intelligence, are taken in at the Printing-Office New Stoat ail its Branches, is perform'd in the

SUBSCRIPTIONS, and Letters of Intelligence, are taken in at the Printing-Office New Stoat ail its Branches, is perform'd in the

Manner, the lowed Price*/ * ' ~
14 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
(Co be <?j)OlD auction,

(Co be <?j)OlD auction,

(Co <?j)OlD auction, On Friday the 14111 Inft. between Two and Three o’clock the Afternoon, ALirp;e Dwelling-Houfe, Malt-Houfe, Barn, Stable, and Out-Houfes; Garden, Orchard, and tour Acres Arable Land, Copyhold of Inheritance, lying on the Turnpike Road near Cadenham, in the J'a
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
VCD )totns, if I .rteclhc^

VCD )totns, if I .rteclhc^

13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Co tie %oID to tiic Digbcft TriDoer,

Co tie %oID to tiic Digbcft TriDoer,

tie %oID to tiic Digbcft TriDoer, On Friday the of October, 1766, at the Houfc of Henry Street, known by the Name of the Crown Inn, in inhourn Min- ftcr, in the County of Dorfet, between the Hours of Two and Three in the Afternoon, ALL that Freehold Eftate called N E W NHAM, late
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
An inftance of the fatal EffeHs of Duelling^!*

An inftance of the fatal EffeHs of Duelling^!*

"ffN the yesr 1735, I vvas tutor to a young g&f?;^ j^ rr.r.n on his travels. Wbile we were at ?? in the put lie room, an En^lifh gentleman (vH^S^ namei afterwards learned was Viufgrave) happen cd to tread on 0 French officer's toe, at which, tbo*' it vvas done ur.defignedly, the
13 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland