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Saturday's and Sunday's Posts.

Saturday's and Sunday's Posts.

From the Evening Pofts and Daily Papers, March 5. LONDON, ""March Tie Addrefs cf-Thanh to the High Sheriff, Grand Jury, Gentlemen and Clergy the County cf Bucks, to their Rcprefentatives Parliament. " "V E the High Sheriff, Grand Jury, Gentlemen and Clergy of the County of Bucks
10 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
c>£Qoses<^3sooosQo^s^OCX*o.&UfU>ap'o and ipoiiDap'o POSTS.

c>£Qoses<^3sooosQo^s^OCX*o.&UfU>ap'o and ipoiiDap'o POSTS.

?? &UfU>ap'o and ?? POSTS. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Stockholm, February 2. flptyOtOljE arc very much furprifed to fee 3L •sir s»L feveral accounts, without the f* jfc lea^ f° u »dation °f tfuth, lately Li yd publilhed in fome of the foreign gazettes, relating as well to fomc of t
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, tTMitli 10.

London, tTMitli 10.

London, ?? 10. Thi. morning th* Right Hon. the Earl of Chatham had a long conference with tbe two fecretarie. of itatc. The difference* and difputes among the Great Out, at the weft end of Ihe town, it is now (aid are all happily compiomifed, on which account the expecled changes
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Loudon, to wit. JOSEPH WESSEI.S, of the Old Bailey, Lon,\ don, fncceflui th« l»tc Ur. Robert Walker, oath and faiUi,

Loudon, to wit. JOSEPH WESSEI.S, of the Old Bailey, Lon,\ don, fncceflui th« l»tc Ur. Robert Walker, oath and faiUi,

That one John Kavcnfcroft, of the Bailer, I.ondou, aforefaid, appears to the deponent, Ikuli publilhed, that he, the John Havenfcroft, was upwards four years ailiflant the warcisoufe I>t. Robert Walker, dcceafed, now kept the faid Jofeph WclTels, and Co. Whereas the faid John Ra
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To be L E T,

To be L E T,

be L T, And entered immediately, tr at Ladr-day or May-day next, Good DWELLING-HOUSE, cou- tailing eight Rooms with Garrets over them ; alfo a Cell r Milk houfe. Stables, and (evcral other Othces, a Well excellent Water, a Garden and good Orchard, two Grrfs Garths, and two Meadow
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tuesday Nights Post

Tuesday Nights Post

following Advicet cam by the Mails from HOLLAND. From the London Gazette, March 7. Stockholm, in February z. are very much iurprized to fee leveral accounts, without the foundation troth, lately in feme the foreign Gazettes, relating as well of the Rcprefenrativcs of the lall Di
12 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To the Printer of the It waft meth be that °parer will emu, " Bat woes:lto wbemetbe distal come." HAT

To the Printer of the It waft meth be that °parer will emu, " Bat woes:lto wbemetbe distal come." HAT

man that thinks the T Poor have no advocate, comes under the fame fentence as he that fay: in ; h tha is a h i es s heart, there i t s er n :s, be his learningspwifil dont, riches never fo great, `be is molt emphatically a fool. Let proud - Opprekors triumph fur a while, and glo
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
RICHARD HALL, Grocer, Late the Angel Lin, <» the Market Place, takes this Method oj forming the id-lie, and his

RICHARD HALL, Grocer, Late the Angel Lin, <» the Market Place, takes this Method oj forming the id-lie, and his

Friends, * HAT he removed to large- Commodious Sfiop lfl Spiilby-Door, next the Kir.gs Arms, die Old Sha^ fi, Mc-:chefier, and late in the Occupation of' Mrs. GrocC'" tvn a the continues the fame Bufinefs, and begs the his friends Favours, will endeavour to merit, fcrvinS tnem w
10 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
®ottiWis POff*

®ottiWis POff*

SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, February 28. WE hear from Athole, that on the 26th Inft. between five and fix in the Afternoon, the Ferry Boat on the Water Garry at Inver- garry, near the Pafs of Killicrankie, con- taining 30 Paflengers, was carried down the River by the rapidity of the Cu
13 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England