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.STA E O TIER V, 1766. Tickets, Shares, and Chances Tickets, fire .ld by Mar? Berry and Sons, in Market

.STA E O TIER V, 1766. Tickets, Shares, and Chances Tickets, fire .ld by Mar? Berry and Sons, in Market

Place, "SHARES. /' D CHANCES. £ S D Half a Ticket 6 2 A Half C A Fourth 3 A Fourth , 1 iBj Eighth Eighih o c Sixteenth o 6 o' A Sixteenth 0 J.Q * A Thirty Second o 8 o A Thirty Second 05c Sixty Foutth o 4 o A Sixty Fourth oi Lovers of Fortune BERRY's repair hopes the Ten Thousan
14 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
». 18. It that eighfy pounds worth of corn had beeh commiffioned for, from a broad, fince the port of

». 18. It that eighfy pounds worth of corn had beeh commiffioned for, from a broad, fince the port of

London was laft opened for the exportation of it. ig. One of the objefts of the Treaty of Commerce, faid to be negotiating with the Grand Signor, is for the importation of fine wool from Turke'y, whidh will greatly benefit our-wqolltn manufa^ures. ao. (horl time Lord Mp.uotftewa
13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
In every occupation it is found by experience, that the more numerous the traders are, the more plentiful and cheap

In every occupation it is found by experience, that the more numerous the traders are, the more plentiful and cheap

the commodities they deal in. A truth which holds equally good with refpeft to Millers, that inllead of reducing the prefent number of mills by the hands of riotous mobs, tt would tend greatly to enlarge the public magazine, were thofe very bands employed in eredling more Mills.
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

They write from St. John's, Newfoundland, that Admiral Pallifer had ?? orders for all French fliips, on departing the coaft, to remove ttheir fta- ges and fifhing tackle, and boat* from ihe iflands of St. Peters and Miqucllon, on pain of being deftroy- ed il found on fhore by an
13 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.:

EDINBURGH.:

We hear from Hexli3m, that on Tuelday laft ■ erC was a very great market for corn, which leii !onfi £lerabl y in P tice - . ■ \Ve learn from Alnwick, that at the fair, on rt-yefday laft, there was a great ftiew of cattle, few r^bichwere fold, and thofe at moderate prices. ? otn
13 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
, GOVAN CANDLE WORK. CANDLES of all kinds, dipt and moulded, manufaftured by JOHN HOPE from J-d- -hurgh, are to

, GOVAN CANDLE WORK. CANDLES of all kinds, dipt and moulded, manufaftured by JOHN HOPE from J-d- -hurgh, are to

be fold in wholefale and retail at the (hop of William Risk In Bell's wynd, Glaf- gow. -Thefe candles' will be found on trial to give very extraordinaiy content in the burning. . Commiffions will be taken in at Edinburgh by William Anderfon Saddler, Cowgate head, and by the (aid
13 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE A T RE.

THE A T RE.

On Saturday the nth of Oftober, will be Me- lted the celebrated Scots paftoral, intituled, Jhe GENTLE SHEPHERD, 'th the original mufic and fongs — ?? WiJliam »nd° n _ hy ' Mr ' S,a ?? !e y 5 Meek, Mrs. Hamilton - all the rell of ihe charters to be performed by j LA D S and LASSE
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

LONDON, Oft. 7. St. awn's, O Sober 7. THIS Morning Charles Maddox, one of His Majefty's MelTengers. arrived here with an Account, that her Mijeily the of Denmark embarked, Friuay laft about Twelve o'Clock, on Board the Mary Yacht, which foon after anchoM'd off the Harbour: After
9 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ARCHITK C T U R E.

ARCHITK C T U R E.

ARCHITK T U R E. Th'< Day is PuhHJhed, Price Jewed, cr c)s. 6 i bound. Printed in royal octavo, on good Paper, and very finely engraved, C H 1M NE Y-PIE CE-M K E R’s X i) AI Y ASSIS A N T, O R, A Treafury of New Defigns for Chinmey-Picces: Beginning with the mod plain and limple,
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England