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the very large Plantation of Fir and other Trees, thriving remark ably, and the Stool of Birk Wood, and which

the very large Plantation of Fir and other Trees, thriving remark ably, and the Stool of Birk Wood, and which

«re very larfee Tlinritlortj Fir ini other Trees, thriving remafk* ably, and the Stool o'f Birk Wood, and which were planted without the expense of inclohng, and many Millions more may planted out in the fame manner.— *-In the Neighbourhood is the great Hill of Pare; moftly belon
20 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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A the P R I N T E R. O 1 I\. / T AKI up your paper Monday laft, on my arrival from Havre cic Grace, the hrft paragraph call eye on \Vas account the legion forming Rochefort, under the command of Mr, St. Victor, which article you ended with What mighty ferviccs this new legion was
20 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
SalilfcurV, I7««- Mr. and Mrs. TOK T T’s Concert. 'This is to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, &c. THAI' on Thurfday

SalilfcurV, I7««- Mr. and Mrs. TOK T T’s Concert. 'This is to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, &c. THAI' on Thurfday

the ot November next, will performed, at the Aflcmbly-Room, m Highftreet, the celebrated ALLEGRO IL PEHSEROsO Milton, let to fie by Mr. Handel. The principal vocal Parts by Mr. Norris, Mr. Corfc» Matter Parrv, &c. and a Solo the Violin by Mr. Tcwkelbury. After the Concert will a
20 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson, and Comp-** aod foldat their Piintiag-koufe ia tb.s Parliament-dofe j where

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson, and Comp-** aod foldat their Piintiag-koufe ia tb.s Parliament-dofe j where

Acfoer-ufantnU and Svk&ridtwu ars taken i*
20 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L L the taxes the poor pay the nccefTa- X ries of life, not amount to a groat week a

L L the taxes the poor pay the nccefTa- X ries of life, not amount to a groat week a

family. But as to their bread, it docs not i(X , coft them fo much by ten millions per ann. i J VLJti it did before thofe taxes took place. Smollett tells us in his Ilillory of England / that malt cheaper now than it was in Firft’s reign, though it » loaded with (mall beer in th
20 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 

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‘To be Lett, and entered upon immediately.

‘To be Lett, and entered upon immediately.

-■ ■ Large and convenient DWELLING-HOUSE in the Parifh of Wimmering, in tlic County of Southimpt on, within Half Mile of the Road leading from I’ottfmouth to London, and within five Miles I’ortfmouth, plcafantly fituated near I’ottfdown, with of Portfmouth and its Harbour, with
20 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Co be ILctt,

Co be ILctt,

ILctt, i>Amu sl Ca wsom, Mercer and Draper, on the Point, Fortfinouth, A Large new-built BRICK HOUSE, three Stories high, being xs Feet Front and Feet in Depth; the Shop Feet by 19, vith convenient Counting-Houfe adjoining thereto. Together with a good Kitchen and WaHi-Houfe, wit
20 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
. . .. Puke of Northutaberlancl* fnev<?? by. tfe(; Percies, though men of eminent nobi.Hty. The laft bore the title

. . .. Puke of Northutaberlancl* fnev<?? by. tfe(; Percies, though men of eminent nobi.Hty. The laft bore the title

was George Fitzory, a Jr ralfon King Charles 11. who died without ijffuc in 1716. Percies were only £a/ls. The Duke o( is riot the firft Nobleman treated to finqe the rfiet) of George I. (as has been in the papers) for in V the laUer end of K. reign, thepfefent Duke upon Tyne wa
20 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From the East-India Examiner. N°. VIII

From the East-India Examiner. N°. VIII

A Military correfpondent of the Examiner's gives the public the following information : " I fee many people vvho have fears of the dura- tion of our profperity in India,and that it.may change by revolution, or the. attack of fonie European power. In anfwer to thefe fears, I fhal
20 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Out of the many certificates of CUR E S that are.daily fent us, for want of room we only infert the.following -

Out of the many certificates of CUR E S that are.daily fent us, for want of room we only infert the.following -

Out of the many certificates of CUR E S that are daily fent us, for want of room we only infert the following - I George Clemison, of Ulvcrftone, in Lanca- shire, Clock-maker, was fcized with a violent pain in my bowels, my belly fwclled fo fevercly, thar it was hard to ftei, and
20 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland