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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
 
©eafon, At the late Dr. Goldwlre’., Burton, neat Ctir.ftcl.urch, one Guinea, and Halt a Crown the Servant. young c r

©eafon, At the late Dr. Goldwlre’., Burton, neat Ctir.ftcl.urch, one Guinea, and Halt a Crown the Servant. young c r

to u c h, ,e is fifteen Hands ami Half high, with a fircat dcalot Good Grafs for Marcs at three Shtll.ugs per Week, and proper are taken of them. Foreign Mail arrived this Pod. O N D O N, Thursday, March 5. in Parliament* , _ ,1 the High Sheriff, Grand Jury, Gentlemen, clergy of
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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
 
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9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
From the London Papers, March 5.

From the London Papers, March 5.

A circular letter of the King of Prnffia, dated Cbvcs, Dec. 14th, i? 66, has juft appeared at Berlin, by winch his Majefty declares, ie That liaving been informed that many perfons are defir- ous of retiring from Switzerland to Cleves, to rent farms and eftablifli different inan
9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extra fl of a Letter from Charlefoivn, Jan. 2?. " Letters from St. Chriftopher's ofthe Bth inft inform ns, that in the night of December 27, an- other terrible fire broke out at Bridgetown in Bar- i dadoes, 111 the ftorehoufe ?? Bedford and Co. foot of the Steppuig-ftones, which
9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Wanted Lady-Day ncx% A Saber, Ready Man Servant, that has lived a Clcnta man'i Family, and underftands wiil require coaft

Wanted Lady-Day ncx% A Saber, Ready Man Servant, that has lived a Clcnta man'i Family, and underftands wiil require coaft

.nc Attendance; and as J •ii » ,-1 ir imich will be rcpoled m Inm Good . ' ;, , ' ~i .„ , ,0 I'erfon tlut las had the Stuall-pur, tu,doable Chtrader; and his Age ts above •a't. wi»l the more acceptable. . , Mr. Collins, Salisbury. S.iriim Annuity Society the Ihrcc Lions. 'T'li'A
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
L AT 1 N. 17DWARD WITHERS, Jim. and JOSEPH wahcrs induced ,o cng ge Fraaicc, from .he numerous Appl.Catrons nu*

L AT 1 N. 17DWARD WITHERS, Jim. and JOSEPH wahcrs induced ,o cng ge Fraaicc, from .he numerous Appl.Catrons nu*

fo V Purpofe owing, he prefumes. his . ; "”' ° never lift a Patient on. the many Hundrcds uch he l as .noc^ I ited ; and they likewife inform their titends, that the) due Care avail themfclve. of all late Improvements rn tin. 1 N, b, Thev have a large Quantity of true SpaniOr Ar
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
tic ©olD to the ItJijljcft l?i3Dcr, At the Sign of the French Horn and Trumpet, Poole, on Tuefday the 10th

tic ©olD to the ItJijljcft l?i3Dcr, At the Sign of the French Horn and Trumpet, Poole, on Tuefday the 10th

of March, 1767, A Plantation in Petty Harbour, in the Illand of Newfoundland, belonging Mr. John Bearc; confiding of four Boats Rooms, in good Repair. Llkculfc the Revcrfiouary Intcred of Plantation in Trinity Harbour, belonging to Mr. J. Morris, the prcfi-ni Life upwards of 86.
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
pNum. 6 963. jj Edinburgh j Monday March o, 1767,

pNum. 6 963. jj Edinburgh j Monday March o, 1767,

9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland