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LEEDS, October 21.

LEEDS, October 21.

AST week, p.iir Craven oxen were fold fey L | Mr. Drake, Threlbtield near Skipton, Lancafhire Butcher, for 60 1. They are five years old, and the largeft ever bred and fed one perf >n in that neighbourhood. Laft Friday was married Charles of Bowling-hail near Bra Jiord, Mrs Dine
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Oct. 14.

LONDON, Oct. 14.

ExtraS 0/ a Letter from Dominica. The Lands here continue to be bought very faft, and L Cc Attempts have been already made in the Culture of Sugar Cane, Coffee, Ginger, Cocoa, and Pimento " His Majefty's Schooner lie, arrived at Falmouth Newfoundland, with Difpatrhes from Govern
21 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
For the Good the PUBLIC. 'Ibis is ft give Notice, rHAT there is arrived from Londtn, the famous Phyfician and

For the Good the PUBLIC. 'Ibis is ft give Notice, rHAT there is arrived from Londtn, the famous Phyfician and

Occulilt, Dr. Benvenuti; who during his long ravin the Metropolis [London) .has made himfelf renowned by his happy Operations, and many great Cures, as well at his Houfe Great Suffolk Street, Cbaring Crcfi, as in Public Covent-. Garden and Mcorfie'ds, onto fo many Poor and Mifei
21 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AULAY MACAULAY, TEA DEALER, In St, Ann's Square, Manchtfter, Sells all Sorts of Teas, Coffee, and Cfjoco/ate, Wholefale and Retail.

AULAY MACAULAY, TEA DEALER, In St, Ann's Square, Manchtfter, Sells all Sorts of Teas, Coffee, and Cfjoco/ate, Wholefale and Retail.

Of whom ma) be had, his lad Edition of SHORT HAND, Which is the Art of Swift Writing, and is very ufeful taking down Sermons, Speeches, Tryals, and Debates; as al for Writing rou?,h Draughts, copying Letters, Bills, or other Writings, which may be read at any Diftance of Time, w
21 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. MILLER continues his Operations on the blind as ufunl, with Succefs, and tho' it has been reported, he was

Mr. MILLER continues his Operations on the blind as ufunl, with Succefs, and tho' it has been reported, he was

leave the Town in a flioit Time, yet he aiTures the Public fuch Report entirely falfe, having at prefent above 20 frefh Patients under Operation, who may be feen at any Time at his Lodgings, or in Town, &c. To all thofe who complain of the Defects of Sight. MILLER, a regulsr-bte
21 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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' THE Leeds M ACHINE, in three Days, London, by the Way of Wakejicld, BarnJej, S Sheffield, Mansfield, and Nottingham,

' THE Leeds M ACHINE, in three Days, London, by the Way of Wakejicld, BarnJej, S Sheffield, Mansfield, and Nottingham,

T S out from Mrs. Cooke's the Old King's-Arms in Leeds, every Monday ; and from Mr. Myers'i the New-Inn, every WedMfday and Friday Morning; and arrives at the Swan with Two Necks, Lad-Lane, London, every Monday, Wcdnefday, and Friday Night. And front London to Leeds : Sets out f
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WHEREAS MEETING of the FREEHOLDERS and TENANTS the Manor THORNTON, in is appointed be had ti»e 30th this infant C&obcr,

WHEREAS MEETING of the FREEHOLDERS and TENANTS the Manor THORNTON, in is appointed be had ti»e 30th this infant C&obcr,

at the of Mr. John Day, being th* Sign of the Sun in L-.\ irord, to dividing and the Commons and Wjfta v • the Manor : This therefore the Attendance of a>l and ever) d freeh%id rs and ; js alio all other Per(■ n* who re any £-• concerned the Comment the Manor Thornton.
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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
 
To be 1), the Houfc of Mr. William Bl'ifon, bcir.g the Sign the White Lyon, Stockport, the County of Cbefter,

To be 1), the Houfc of Mr. William Bl'ifon, bcir.g the Sign the White Lyon, Stockport, the County of Cbefter,

on Saturday the Day ot this Inft. October, between the Hovrs two and fix o'Clock the Afternoon of the fame Day, fuch Condition; as will be then produced, HE Frcehojd and Inheritance a Meffuage or Dwel- ling-Houfe, together with the Brewhoufe, Barn, Stables, Orchard and Garden th
21 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England