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©rolcn o, From V.'hitchurch, Hants, on Wedncfilay ibc 15th of Feb. Lift, APed and white Milch Cow, about five Years

©rolcn o, From V.'hitchurch, Hants, on Wedncfilay ibc 15th of Feb. Lift, APed and white Milch Cow, about five Years

old, white upon the Back and Rump and white Belly, long Udder, and ntorrifli little turned up. Whoever will give Intelligence of the (aid Cow, that Hie may had again, or will bring her to Joicph Sanders, Whitchurch aforefaid, flull he paid all Charge*, and handfomcly rewarded -
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
I • R E LA N D.

I • R E LA N D.

Kilkenny,- Feb. ?? At a Place called Condonttown, between Newmarket and Knocktopher, in this County, .3 young Man named James White, Son of a Fanner in that Neighbourhood, had contracted an Intimacy with the Daughter of James Purcell, a Girl about twelve Years of Age; but on mee
13 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
'COUNTRY NEWS.

'COUNTRY NEWS.

Gloucefter, March 2. On Wednefday one Hunt was committed to Hereford Goal, for returning from Tranf- (')ortation. This Man was condemned about three Years iftce for Sheepftealing, but afterwards was reprieved for Tranfpojtation for 14 Years; what is remarkable is, that fince his
13 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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fo North The Gold Miue diTcovered by Sir Walter Rawleigh, was in Surinam, s4iich colt that unfortunate gentleman his life, owing to the influence of Count Gondomar, the Spanifh Miqifter toKinA James I. The Dutch in the year 1718, fent tome Miners from Amfterdam to Surinam, who o
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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14 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mr. Pjlackston f.'s Obfervations on the.Feudal Syftem.

Mr. Pjlackston f.'s Obfervations on the.Feudal Syftem.

Mr. Pjlackston f.'s Obfervations on the Feudal Syftem. [Front his Commentaries on the I aws of Eng- land Book 11. »*T"*HE confiitution of feuds had its original from JL the military poiicy of the northern or Cel- tic nations, the Goths, the Hunns, the Pranks, the Vandals, and the
9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMEN 1 S, gOLD at H UGH CAMPBEL L's Miop y.in Edinburgh, juft arrived, a parcel of FINE JUICY LIMONS,

ADVERTISEMEN 1 S, gOLD at H UGH CAMPBEL L's Miop y.in Edinburgh, juft arrived, a parcel of FINE JUICY LIMONS,

NWESTamI BITTER ORAN- GES ; the hitter oranges are true Seville, high co- loured, and in gr. 3t perfesftion, very fit for ma;m - lade or flirub ; none like them a. appeared this fea- fon, and none b- ncr can be expected ; where may be had likewife, fugars of all kinds, and fpice
9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Satur d a y, A larch 14, 1767.

Satur d a y, A larch 14, 1767.

what I have ail'erted above may be doubted of, bv Pcrio: who are not converfant in bufinefs of .his Kind, 1 \v;ll endeavour to explain this Affair, and (he.v that the Occupiers of tueie imall Farms are able to pay much more lor the fame Lands, than the Occupiers the arms are, or
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England