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On Tutfday night laft o’clock, woman, with a girl about nine years old, went to a Ihopkecper at Firnkam in

On Tutfday night laft o’clock, woman, with a girl about nine years old, went to a Ihopkecper at Firnkam in

Surry, under pretence of buying fome Iriih cloth, and was recommended by the landlady where Ihc lodged ; to prevent any fufpicion of fraud, die took her landlady’s daughter with her ; and after looking out two pieces Iriih, five yards of printed linen, and twelve yards of furr t
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
TKc Smugslcfl Scotclimsn : An Antidote. Nobleman at buns Lady R . it was m ■* general remarked abroad foreigners,

TKc Smugslcfl Scotclimsn : An Antidote. Nobleman at buns Lady R . it was m ■* general remarked abroad foreigners,

that the Scotch, who travelled, were n'.en of parts and learning, whi.s the I’.ngntb were generally wanting both.' Her Lady Imp, with her ufual vivacity, replied, that only fools went oat ot England; but for Scotland, none but fools would Ray in it. Scotch Nobleman, neither famo
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The and; was Jkaye f»Ue4 frDiS .• day ou, a; cruiftt thstit blßtfm.d<?wn tp edge tfe watery anddut thftfiawca c.wiin,unici|:iog

The and; was Jkaye f»Ue4 frDiS .• day ou, a; cruiftt thstit blßtfm.d<?wn tp edge tfe watery anddut thftfiawca c.wiin,unici|:iog

the, merchantrflupsv fcren o£tKpjAuq4c.i*we t)t; t;hc fame £w»; and mm.’orl houfes were deftrpjttd. It is pmdnidjed,. Ae Grand Signor has.declared, that feeing, thejfe accidents were occafipned by the fliip of war, he will indemnify the proprietors of the merchant-veffels,and ,
9 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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
 
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
 

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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
 
Private TUTOR for Little MASTERS and MISSES; Containing a variety ufdV.l and io particular, t. tfix reading clcg,m*x and p.opiitiy,

Private TUTOR for Little MASTERS and MISSES; Containing a variety ufdV.l and io particular, t. tfix reading clcg,m*x and p.opiitiy,

2. The anlicnt and pre&nt Of C»cai Cntain, with compe*. lious hidory 3. An account t!\c fnl.ir fydi^Ai, 4. Hiftorical and defeription the fever 1 countri* n the world; with the manners, culloms and habits the people. 5. An account the and (lienees. 6. Rules for behaviour. f: Adv
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To be SOL D,

To be SOL D,

To be SOL AP.nk of F. K, confining ahoot . Head, large and finall, one wit!i aDOtber, at Guineas, be taken any Time between this and the iff or February next Year* the Pujxhafcr, mod convenient for him. For further Particulars enquire the Printer hereof. GoTport, Feb. ?.o, 1767.
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
BARDEEN JOURNAL, 1767

BARDEEN JOURNAL, 1767

nations, and alfo to thank him for the ufeful hints and notices communicated to them in his letters. Dissertation on NOSjES. AN hath been frequently ftylcd the leffer world, and, like his counterpart, the great world, is cpmpoied of fundry different parts. If we purfue the compa
9 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

That upon Wednefday the 18th March 1767, at three o’clock afternoon, th re is to be Sold by publick Roup, within the Houfe of William Ga l in Lumbi, in the farilh Longroay. T He Lands and liftate of MILLHI LL, with the and Pertinents, lying within the Pariih of Crimond and Shire
9 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland