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This I')ay is /V/rcSixpence \ta be an tinned Meekly j Embelliihcd with Elegant Frontispiece, cn graved Hal* , (The whole

This I')ay is /V/rcSixpence \ta be an tinned Meekly j Embelliihcd with Elegant Frontispiece, cn graved Hal* , (The whole

in Si y Numbers Fol 10, illuftratcd with great Variety COFPERPLA FES) NUMBER I. Of The complete farmer-, Or, GENERAL DICTIONARY of HU BAN D RY, in ai.l its Branches. Con.aining the various Methods of Cu LTI VATINC and Improv ing# cv<ry Species Land, according to the Precepts of
18 October 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
S_>iiflD*l|i'o and {poilDai-'tf POSTS.

S_>iiflD*l|i'o and {poilDai-'tf POSTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Br. h lin, September 30. jNTyAJniAST funday evening the prince f •__ royal of Prufiia, with the princefs O 5? his confort, young prince Hcn- _# ?? _. *T °^ Pruft* 3 , m\nd the two prin- JW"t*V*.tt ccs of Brunfwick in this fervice, and his fcrene highnefs
16 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

FRIDAY's and SATURDAY's POSTS.

RatiJbon October 2. is much talk here of triple alliance, is the tapis, between GrcAt-BFitairi, & Ruftia, and third power ; and it is added, other powers will be invited to accede thereto; but orte of them feems to be too much employed in interior arrangements, the fcconr too mu
21 October 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Oct. 9.

LONDON, Oct. 9.

The Price of Corn having fallen on Monday in Mark- Lane, an Order was Yelterday made to lower the Price of Bread ha|f an Aflize, or a Penny in a Peck Loaf. St. James's, Oa. 7. This Morning Charles Mad- docks, one of his Majefty's Mcfl'engers, arrived here with an Account, that h
17 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
-n _f Of the Sixth 1 ft} 0 ' 42 [ volume. J NO. a, m m f Weeks fmce

-n _f Of the Sixth 1 ft} 0 ' 42 [ volume. J NO. a, m m f Weeks fmce

thii Paper 1 .? r _{ i wai firft r..,Hlith'd. J THURSDAY, October 16, 1766. & Printed and ?? by CORNELIUS POPE, in St. James's Street, Bath* _ . honl every Branch ofthe Printing Business is executed with the greateft Correctnefs and Difpatch, on the moft reafonable Terms, «nd in
16 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The impolitic Maidtn.

The impolitic Maidtn.

plllt. LlS, young, innocent, and fair, ~ But too title vert'd in Love, Tims with a gay coquetting Air My Sight and Famous does reprove. ' Damon, row once your Heart ii loft, • You may urge, but urge in vain ; - At I **ou!d numerous Coiiqneftt boaft, « Htaris I'd haY«, and not th
16 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Lontjott, £>ctobet n.

Lontjott, £>ctobet n.

On Wedncfday his Royal Highnefs tho Duke of Cumberland killed his Majefty's Hand upon his Creation to that 'little. The fame Day his Grace the Duke of Northumberland killed his Majefty's Hand. We hear that the Hon. William Mac- kenzie is not created Lord Foitrole, but reftored t
16 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THEATRICAL INTELLIGENCE

THEATRICAL INTELLIGENCE

Drury-Lane. Much novelty i< preparing at this theatre. Among ihe reft, an alteration of The Country Wile of Wycherley, under the tittle of The Country Girl, in which charafter Mifs Reynolds (trom the theatre at Bath) will make her firft ap- pearance in town. All the indecency an
20 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTRY-NEWS.

COUNTRY-NEWS.

Woodilcck, Oifl. 4. The fame that has lately thinned cur markets, had hie etjeel on our fair held je/ferday ; -which the public diiltirbances, was the great in the year. whole quantity to fale rasas thought exceed I tens In the morning a rep*r* being jpreaJ, that we vijited by t
16 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

omthe LONDON GAZETTE, Oft. 14. Hague, OSober 10. ESTERDAY Morning, a little before Nine o'Clock, the Queen Denmark landed x jT'Jjj Rotterdam, from whence her Majelfy fet out for U'techt, in the Prince of Orange's Yacht, between Ten and Eleven beiore Noon. The Prince of Orange, t
21 October 1766 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England