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Irelands, arrived the Mails from France and

Irelands, arrived the Mails from France and

Holland. Haindea, 7as. z 6. It bas been obferved here as a very remarkable event, that the wells in n a neighbouring village, which were quite dry, ' were fuddenly filled with water after the earthquake that was felt here the 19th indult. runs, Feb. 4. The Hereditary Prince of B
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Anecdote ofthe DUKE DE CHOISEUL.

Anecdote ofthe DUKE DE CHOISEUL.

'"T^HE fettling of the late peace was a long X. while retarded by the French refulii^g to pay the money due to the Engiifti for the maintenance of the French priloners ; and though peace was the moft defirable thing in France, yet the King obfti- nately retufed the payment of ou
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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O C P *■* ' F S

T TAVE r.ct the Dutch, in tbe moft uiyjft may XX n <y, fi-ir.ed upon and deprived us of out proportion of .the fp.'ce trade ? Have not the Dutch fiflied on our coafts ever fince the reign of Charles I. without paying their annuil tribute of 20, c00 I. per annum ? ■ Have not the
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY, Mar

SATURDAY, Mar

ProeelKoo, with their Hufbands, to the Palace, where they are to be entertained with a Dinner, to have the Ho* nour of being ferved by the will give them Ball. ■t' LONDON, M anfaif, According to fome private Latters frora&pdboa, the Republic wearied out with maintaining an ear W
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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; A N T. Pilgrim-Jireei, Newcastle upon Tyne.
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CAMBRIDGE* March ii.

CAMBRIDGE* March ii.

Ycflerday the for this Town and County, when William Browne for dealing fome Heifers, and John Hntrhins, a Soldier, for dealing a Trunk containing upwards of Ten Gtti* ne.a* cut of his Quarters, were capitally nnd Sentence of Death was patted upon them. Robert Wilfon, conviflcd
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To he SOLD

To he SOLD

he SOLD Freehold Fftau. in New Tow in Soffclk; confiftwTl ing a Dwelling-Houle, all loify-He and convenient Ourhoufe*, anil about Fifty-two Acres H"ry Arable Land, Meadow and Paftuie, the Occupation ftanrui ham, at the yearly Kent ol Forty-.rtve Pounds, under Leak which will expi
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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'!&em.efta?'o paft*

Teflerday arrived two Mails from Holland, hy which we have the following Ad-vices. Hamburgh, February 17. OUR Letters from Hanover advife, that the King of Great-Britain has written two Letters, with his own Hand, to Count de Munchaufen, wherein that Monarch, after expretling ho
13 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HUL L, March 8.

HUL L, March 8.

Fxpo.ts. Sally, R. Otter, and John and Mary, Jt Chappell, for Koningibio', with Lead, Li- .i.i SShot,t t, Ale,' Ironmongers- Wire, Woolktidrapery, Opper.is, tee. Richard, R, Gylby, for Bremen, with Bricks, lortune, C. Shlpmnn } Bait irk- Merchant, J. Brown, and Me- tham, B. Metc
10 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England