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LONDON, March 7.

LONDON, March 7.

It faid that the Great Patriot intends to ufe his Intcreft to have Law made, that no for the fuiivre granted the Englifh or Eitabiiihments, but to men fame fome Service to their Country, and, even then, they fhall not be given without the of Parliament; fuch have fmall Fottuncs
10 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
_/f new I M . Tat 1 on of the fame Ode.

_/f new I M . Tat 1 on of the fame Ode.

_/f new I M . Ta t 1 o n of the fame Ode. [Now frjl printed in the J'ame Work.] By an Under-Gradttitte at Cambridge, foon after paf ing the new Regulations, WHoe'er with frontlcfs phyi isblelVd, Still in a lac'cl or fcarlet vert May faunter through the town, Or ftrut, regardlcfs
10 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
lon. Charles f Chancellor

lon. Charles f Chancellor

I Ind Lord North ate talked lion. Charles Too, e tachequer. a great Board of Ad, Paid, feveral more Ships frion fur iturnediatL fervice, for Improvement in the ring a bright red or ton or Linnen, with Co, late bappity. &covered, ;ow, which promifes fair Jurpores of India Company
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, March 3

LONDON, March 3

Information has been fent to the Admiralty- Olhce, that on the 30th paft, in the night, the fhip Sampfon of Liverpool, whereof Ceorge Johnfbn was mailer, bound from Grenada to Liverpool, run alhore in very thick weather, at a place called Graighill, near Holyhead, where flic ove
10 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Book I. Ode XXII. of Horace.

Book I. Ode XXII. of Horace.

from the Second Edilion of Mr. Duncombe's Horace, juf publijhed. Vo Ariftius Fufcus. By Samuel Johnfon, A. M. THE man, my friend, whofe confeious heart, With Virtue's facred ardour glows, ft'or taints with death th' envenom'd dart, Nor needs the guard of M OOl iili bows. Cer icy
10 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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be fold, together or feparate, Immediately by private Central}, or Publick Auction, -which timely Notice and Place where, -will be

be fold, together or feparate, Immediately by private Central}, or Publick Auction, -which timely Notice and Place where, -will be

given in this Paper, Copyhold MelTuage and Lands, called Yew Trees, in MX. Ncrtlmuram, in the Parifh of Halifax, and County of York, fituate one Mile and Half from the Town of Halifax, of John Bar/low,, Jofeph Lee, and John Ackroyd, at the yearly Rent of about 401. Alfo two Free
10 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Jure imported from Dantzig, A Quantity of Headen Rolls, different Sorts. brown Hempen ditto, which will Sold, Retail, on the

Jure imported from Dantzig, A Quantity of Headen Rolls, different Sorts. brown Hempen ditto, which will Sold, Retail, on the

mod moderate Terms, William Crane, near St, Ann Square, Manchejter. '•' _ N. B. Country Shopkeepers maybe on as g*od terms as Hull. To be SO D, ALL the Houfhold and Shop Furniture, of Thomas Barlow, late of Eccles, near MancheJier, Apothecary, deceafed, together with the Drugs,
10 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
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
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

' '" r►-.. 4 M Holywell, in Ike County of Flint, AMatlcr for the Free Grammar School, whirr is now ♦scant. Thefe are therefore to ad- Nartift the Public, that, it any Gentleman qualified to execute that Office, will propofe himiclf Caor!;date, owlet ?roper Recommendation, (hall
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England