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To hr So I, D, Together «r Separ a t e.

To hr So I, D, Together «r Separ a t e.

To hr I, D, Together «r Separ a t e. FREEHOLD ESTATE, pleaftiuly fituate a> Dalton, with.a lout Mitei Hexham, in the County o' Non land, conlifting of Arable, Meadow, and Faflure Gtourd, now to Tfaomaa Clemmiron and others, under the Jtaily&ent jt I. c ear oi a:i Manner of Taxca,
28 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Alfo Juft A**ived’from LO N D O_N,

Alfo Juft A**ived’from LO N D O_N,

DR Lcc’s moft excellent Water for the Teeth, which i» allowed moft ofihe Gen«ry and otheti, who have experienced it, to be the beft Cutefot the Scurvy in the Gnmi, that ever was invented. It likewife cleanfea and pielcntea the Teeth, fattens that are lool'e. an.d m«kes them a* W
28 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, March 23.

LONDON, March 23.

Some private Letters from Danfziqk advife, that a frefh Corps of 15,000 Ruffian Troops had entered Poland. We hear that about half the Cargo of the Lord Clive £«ft Indiaman will be faveii.
27 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEW S.

COUNTRY NEW S.

Chelmsford, March i- )t Wed nefday Mr. Squire, of Ealt-Horndon in this County, had his Barn, wherein were upwards of fixty Quarters of Wheat, fome thraflied and fome in the Straw, fet on Fire, and a large Oat Stack, that was fet up at one End of the Barn, was burnt to the Ground
20 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
JM R B T: Printed and Sold by S. DREWRY; of whom may be had all Sorts ot 15 la

JM R B T: Printed and Sold by S. DREWRY; of whom may be had all Sorts ot 15 la

n k Warrants, we. This PAPER is alfo Sold by the following P E R S 0 N S, viz. MefTrs. ROE, ft Mr.. COLE, Wirksworth, and at * Mr. J. A STL B Burton^ 0.-Trent, Mr. MARTIN, As»™ *«* S, and T. T RIMER, f Jr. TAYLOR's Shop, Wissm, < Mri R .SMITH,^MB^um, ?? J $W™£fi™± FOX, SANDERS,
20 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
H U I. L, March if.

H U I. L, March if.

tkptrtu Venus J- Cattell, for C-dif, with "Wool? lendrapery, Worlled Shaft*, and Earthenware, WeJ- .li.ll, O. Lillle, for Ca'ir an.l Madeira, with Woollen J drapery, lion-Hoops, Ironmongers ■ Ware, tec. John and Jane, S. -Uii, for Datit.ick, with Ale, Lid, 1.-»d Shoir, and Wooll
17 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUN TRY- NEWS

COUN TRY- NEWS

Bath, Feb. 19. Lull Monday night a re- markable conteft happened at our theitre, be- tween the audience and the manager : the former of whom uninimoufly infilled on Mr. Reddilh's performing the character oi'Richard, in the room of Mr. Sheriffe whole name was in the bills. As foo
3 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
— — : fi . . y\o\ < ; "i 15 i LSF I' NTS, and Letters of Intelmc emce,

— — : fi . . y\o\ < ; "i 15 i LSF I' NTS, and Letters of Intelmc emce,

arc taken in at the Printing-Office an Keiti-Strtct End where PRINTING in ail i.s Branches, is pcrformfd in the ncatcit Mariner, and atthe loweit irriccs.
3 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Solomon's Ghost

Solomon's Ghost

A Well-meaning old man u fed to toil front year to year, bearing the heat and burthen of the day, and all the feverities of the weather, plowing, fowing, and tending his lambs. One day, as he was eating his coarfe meal under the fliade of a fpreading lime-tree, an augur's ap- pa
17 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WHEREAS Catherine Hargreavts, (Widow of Reuben - Haigreaves, late of. Walton in the Dak, in the County of Laucafler, Sdverlmith,

WHEREAS Catherine Hargreavts, (Widow of Reuben - Haigreaves, late of. Walton in the Dak, in the County of Laucafler, Sdverlmith,

deceafed,) did fome Time ago deliver all e Effects Thomas Wilfon, of Prejlon, in the faid County of Lancalier Grocer, and John Moon, of Walton aforcfaid, keeper, in Truft to fell and difpofe of the fame for the Benefit of the Creditors of the faid late Reuben Hargreaves; and die
24 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England