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Town and County of NewcaJlJe of Moneylaws, in the Perish* O nave ( p muck more tlbon Ivne. Jl Fatifti

Town and County of NewcaJlJe of Moneylaws, in the Perish* O nave ( p muck more tlbon Ivne. Jl Fatifti

ot Cirham, in ihc County Northum- j 111 .'! 1 ',!! "* l '' SAILOR , , II li»B any ohe hitli*ito pub,, •T ~, ht the land, now in the Occupation of Mclln. Mauhtw- MAM fAC lORY Bifhopwearinouth, • lifl , containing, not only an A'ccbiiitt whit TT/HEREAb 1 uefday Night, at lh( . , R
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Difobedience. I will have mercy, faith God, and not facrifice God fo gracious, fo benificent ? and flat men, wholeem

Difobedience. I will have mercy, faith God, and not facrifice God fo gracious, fo benificent ? and flat men, wholeem

to be zealous for God and Ritigion, quite omit mercy ? Thefe things are not right: Where is the mercy of t h ole Great Ones of the earth, that from time to time haverackrd their tenants, by advancing their rents at every opportunity ? Muft not provifion of all kinds ever be ad-.
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
yaek§wis ■'■©XTOlfcD Jourriai.

yaek§wis ■'■©XTOlfcD Jourriai.

fhis Journal, ?? ' (?» Satiirdiay will always contain the mojl material Abides of Intelligence infer ted in ether Country Papers the Monday following. —■ — ■— " I i li I _jm.ii n. y Numb. 724. SATtI & t) AY, Ifanrch i% 1767.
14 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
that fhoufands puke at the Sight either Phial or Be*; but, i the contrary, it is fine Bitter, which the

that fhoufands puke at the Sight either Phial or Be*; but, i the contrary, it is fine Bitter, which the

grateful to them that have Occafion for Phyfick; ami it reduced into fo'fmall Quantity, that Spoonful proves Dofe in moft requiring no Confiiiement, nor does it leave the Body bound, but gives two or three Stools the fuccceding Day, working'fo kindly, and by Ways fo familiar to
10 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
aatumap and posts LONDON, March 5. Modern traveller being lately afkcd. Whether he thought the French people were more taxed

aatumap and posts LONDON, March 5. Modern traveller being lately afkcd. Whether he thought the French people were more taxed

than the Englilh ? gave the following anfwer : When I fee the country of England fmiling at cultivation, the grounds exhibiting all the prodtuflions of agriculture,parcelled out in beautiful tnclofures, corn - fields, hay, paflure, woodland, and common; when I fee her meadows fl
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COURSE of Philosophical lectures and EXPERIMENTS upon Attraction, Electricity, Lightning, and oihcr curious and intcrefttHgSubjc els, will be opened Mr

COURSE of Philosophical lectures and EXPERIMENTS upon Attraction, Electricity, Lightning, and oihcr curious and intcrefttHgSubjc els, will be opened Mr

Parker’s Long- Room, on WEDNESDAY next, the inft. Half an Hour paft Six o’clock in the Evening, By J. R T R A M, iM. D. Subferiptioos Half (iuiacA each, are taken in by IvirCharnlcy and Mr Slack, Bookl'cllers, and Hawthorn, Watchmaker* in Newcaftlc.—The Tickets trauiftrablc. The
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Litecacp amcie*.

Litecacp amcie*.

amcie*. ilfr.J, Cunningham, on readinghh of Pajloral i’ec<uj. [From the St James’a Chronicle, March 3.] HAII,, gentle Cunningham, melodious hard ! Thou genuine lon the I’iarrian Mule: Alike thy numbers, whether the heath breath ft the paftoral long, me lures fat Sutpatling rjdcu'
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOND O N.

LOND O N.

Letters from Naples fay, •* Our monarch, play- in? laft week with the Prince de Spaccatorno, gentleman of his chamber, accidentally tore one of the Prince's ruffles. The latter, who ought to have taken, it only in joke, immediately uttered fome harfh cxprelfions, and was pat und
14 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The humble Addrefs of the Houfe cf Burgelfes of.Virginia, to Lieutenant-governor Fauquier.

The humble Addrefs of the Houfe cf Burgelfes of.Virginia, to Lieutenant-governor Fauquier.

The humble Addrefs of the Houfe cf Burgelfes of Virginia, to Lieutenant-governor Fauquier. Sir, WE his Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal fubjeifrs, tlie Burgelfes of Virginia, now met in general af- fembly, return your honour our fincere thanks for your aftoftionj.te fpeech at the
14 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INTELLIGENCE.

INTELLIGENCE.

WE hear that a certain Gentleman intends, as foon as he comes to Town, to difpofe of his prefent Set of Horfes. The Reafon of his parting with them is faid to be, their not running nvell together. Wanted, a quiet, fteady Coachman; his Bufinefs will be chiefly to drive in the — ?
13 March 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England