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Obfervethns on Mr. Vaniittart's Narrative. By.J ' Luke Scraftoo, Bfy_

Obfervethns on Mr. Vaniittart's Narrative. By.J ' Luke Scraftoo, Bfy_

Obfervethns on Mr. Vaniittart's Narrative. By J ' Luke Scraftoo, Bfy_ Tor Mr Vaniittart's narrative, fee Mercury, Feb. 23-] I Shall consider the ftate of affairs (fays Mr. Scrafton) ho\n Mr. Vaniittart's arrival to the diflenfions between him and his council. : . - . Th- company'
9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
For the London ".Chronicle.

For the London ".Chronicle.

rhe humble Addrefs of //-.Council flf Virginia, ' t0 jo. s honour Lictehant-governor rAUqyiE*, s « his' fpeech, at ihe opening of the lafl ft ffl '.ns there: See our Ml. Sir, . • • WE his Majefty's dutiful and loyal fub- iefts the council of Virginia, now met in oeneral affembly
14 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A M ERIC A.

A M ERIC A.

Gharles-toton, Jan. 50. The Hon. the Com- mons Honfe of Affembly of this province hath re- folved and ordered, that the fum of 5000 1. curren- cy, be remitted in good bills of exchange, by the public Treafurer of this province, to the Treafu- rer of Barbadoes, to be diftributed
14 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From WEDNESDAY MARCH tr, to SATURDAY MARCH 14, 17e7.

From WEDNESDAY MARCH tr, to SATURDAY MARCH 14, 17e7.

L. 0 N D 0 N, March 12. . a Sunday the Right Rev. Dr. Lowth, Bifhop of Ox ford, . preached before their Majefties, at the Chapel Royal. r The Duke of Northumberland carried the Sword of State. 411 101111******11110011************** 11110004100411 *** *11011*****06110 ANY Clergym
14 March 1767 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ed thc Dutaefs of Northlmberlacd and ltaid there upwards of were felling a large tree, the proer of Willingham, in

ed thc Dutaefs of Northlmberlacd and ltaid there upwards of were felling a large tree, the proer of Willingham, in

Cambridgercm that to anothcr trte prevent tl e tree lrom tall.ng In a :aon ; Mr. who ws a fpec. zure the pou t uf it, inadvertently being hat flick, the earth aware of, tte t:eu fuc:c.loily fell, qua I: a jerk, and with iu. h amazing boin w a. totitd aii incredible height twent)
14 March 1767 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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
 
HE Creditors of the late Mr. WILLIAM Rapala, deceafed, are defired to live an Account el their Debts to Mr.

HE Creditors of the late Mr. WILLIAM Rapala, deceafed, are defired to live an Account el their Debts to Mr.

Gerard Townfend, Attorno: or Mr. Her , e , Druggift. in Cher in Order that the fame may be fatisfed. And all Perfona that hand indebted to the laid Mr. William Barker, have hereby Notice to pay their Debts immediately into the Hands of the laid Mr. Townfend, Mr. Henry Hqs, or Mr
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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
 
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