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VERSES on Thomas Shaw, an excellent.Baker at Bristol.

VERSES on Thomas Shaw, an excellent.Baker at Bristol.

VERSES on Thomas Shaw, an excellent Baker at Bristol. ■i ■ Bonus pifior, honui aiijj. HP HA J Shaw* a public bkfW may be faid, He boy « good corn, and felts v genuine bread » , But Pharaoh's white-bread belter was a cheat. Who firft mixt AHutn with ?? wheat. Sbffvi, like, gicat S
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
An ÆNIGMA, by the Auther of the laft in our Paper.

An ÆNIGMA, by the Auther of the laft in our Paper.

MY situation's on the fl Sides Of OuJt the briny Tides: Tfe e proudly have dwelt for Ages pad, And if E;rth holds as many at From Belgia boggy Plain, Materials that produce obtain. homo CaUa'tmu lends her Aid, From her Productions air. uften made : The Winds thera elves, Weji cr
12 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To the I T E R. SIR, . ■ locum virtuhs deferw.t, qui hetnprr in fefiinat obruitur re. _ Horace.

To the I T E R. SIR, . ■ locum virtuhs deferw.t, qui hetnprr in fefiinat obruitur re. _ Horace.

IN my la-ft Letter to you, promifed to point out (in fome fubfequent Paper) how highly necefiary it is tor the Prefervation of Trade, that all Manufactures whatever, either for home or foreign (but cfpecially the latter) ihould be kept to die true and jult Standard, both in Quan
10 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday and Monday's POSTS

Sunday and Monday's POSTS

Arriv'd the Mails from France and Flanders. Turin, February 18. YESTERDAY the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick fct out for Genoa, being entire- ly recovered of the indilpolition which he la- boured under. Paris, Feb. 16. The Dauphinefs has been able to take the air, and there are
10 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, March 7.

LONDON, March 7.

It is faid the following alterations will fpcedily take place in the Miniftry : Lord Barrington to be Chancellor of the Ex- chequer, in the room of C. Towiifhcnd, Efq; who has refigntd. Hans Stanley, F.fq; Secretary of State, in the room of Mr. Conway, who returns to the Army. T
10 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKR IPT S.

BANKR IPT S.

William Browne, of Crediton, in Devonfliire, Currier.— Ralph Chatterley, of Hanley in Staf- fordfhire, Pot-feller.— John Richards, of Ken- tifli-Town, Middlefex,* Victualler. Thomas Hoiton, of Buckingham, Linen-draper and Ha- ?? Andrews, of Snialburgh, Norfolk, Grocer. Bank Stoc
10 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE. TUESDAY, March 3. Ce:u>a, February 7. FRANCIS MARIA RON ERF. having, on the 20 pad, compleated

From the LONDON GAZETTE. TUESDAY, March 3. Ce:u>a, February 7. FRANCIS MARIA RON ERF. having, on the 20 pad, compleated

his time two years as Doge this Republiek, the Great Council met the next day, and nominated fifteen perfons for W out of that number to be elected to fill the ■ vacant dignity. the 311! the fmail Council afleinbled, aim reduced the nomination fifteen to fix : And on the 3d inll
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the P Pv INTER

To the P Pv INTER

SIR, Plcafe to find room in your next Journal for tlic the f blowing lines, occafioned by a recent abufe call on an honeft man ; you will thereby oblige others befides, Sir, your conllant reader, Says Quidam to old Nemo, mark well ! The fool, fop, Cot, rake, buck, and infidel, K
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
London, March tt,

London, March tt,

This Morning Difpatches were fent off from Mr. Secretary Conway's Office for their Excellencies the Lords Juftices of Ireland. •Jt is talked tha. the Earl of Chatham. Jtaving happily completed the important Bu- iinefs which demanded his Lord-hip's Pre- sence in Town, will* in a
14 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
eMer fjn', as foon they are capable of leading palloral life, migrate from their father with certain allotment of cattle,

eMer fjn', as foon they are capable of leading palloral life, migrate from their father with certain allotment of cattle,

and go to feck new habitation. The youngeft fon, therefore, who continues lateft with the father, naturally the heir houfe, the roll being already provide*! for. And thus we lind that, among many other northern nations, it was the cuftom for all the fons but one, migrate from th
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England