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L O N D ON, March tp, \\

L O N D ON, March tp, \\

According to Letters from Turin, thei King of Sardinia had caufed it to be intima- ted to Pafchal Paoli, that in cafe of that General entering into any League with the Regencies of Barbary, not only his Majefty, but the other Italian States, would be obliged effectually to oppof
21 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
IDburMp's #oS4

IDburMp's #oS4

IDburMp's #oS 4 FOREIGN AF FAI RS. . Genoa, February 28. MW(>. H E Prince of Brunf- ?? r r $ wick uas to have embarked this ?? ' j&E Morning on board his Britannick ?? Majefty's Ship the Montreal, but was prevented by the Wind being Wefterly : H is Serene Highn«fs Only waits for
21 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
&tittb,iji'fl and isonDaji'o POSTS.

&tittb,iji'fl and isonDaji'o POSTS.

&tittb,iji'fl and ?? POSTS. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Gf.kOa, February a t . Iptyp^fllAßLY yefterday morning, his Sc- JL v J" kirn Highncfs the Hereditary j? Xi y Prince ?? arnvnd in W feK&j? t'tis city from Turin. About half an hour after his arrival ht was complimented by the ma
19 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Tirtjinoutb, March On Monday the Norfolk lulled from Spithead, her voy with a fair wind. 1 6 On h-s Majefty'* frigate fell down from opit.iead Lowes, ,n order through . Needles to Se.j, tor her ilation lnlh SbirhcrKe, q. t-fl «« founJ dead in his by J, riiomas Wellon, Llq; Hart>
19 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Tuesday Night's Post

Tuesday Night's Post

following Advices came by the Mails from HOLLAND. From the London Gazette, rch 14. Genoa, in Italj, February 21. F'ARLY morning his Serene Highnefs , Hereditary Prince ot Brunlwick arrived in this city »iom Turin. About half an hour after his arrival was complimented the Matter
19 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

ExtraS of a letter from the Mate of the ftp Nancy, to the owners in Clafgo.v, dated Gib- raltar, Jan. ?? 1767. " We put iii here on the c;oth ult. and failed a- gain on the ioth inftant, and got about fixteen leagues to the windward of the Gutt's Mouth, when we. were taken with
21 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
,N. B.. Wjf Jnd Jclirfi all fucK pcffooi, whofc , have been of long not to with this medicine 1

,N. B.. Wjf Jnd Jclirfi all fucK pcffooi, whofc , have been of long not to with this medicine 1

nnleft they are refolved to go through with it; and then they neve J not fear as happy a cure as a gentleman of Briftol, who writes word that be had been long afliifted with an inveterate feurvy, which * had brought him into confumption, fo that he looked upon incurable, declare
16 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Praise of COWARDICE.

Praise of COWARDICE.

All men nvould be towards \f they durfl. Ro c M . PHILOSOPHERS give us rive caufes of cou- "*■ rage, erftmple, cuftotnj the fumes of iVinf, ignorance or want of fun-light, and the agitation of the irafcible quality of the foul. If ihi* be ?? cafe, I fee not why the brave man (ho
19 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
y Arriv'd tbe MailsJrtm Holland,.France, and Flanders.

y Arriv'd tbe MailsJrtm Holland,.France, and Flanders.

y Arriv'd tbe Mails Jrtm Holland, France, and Flanders. Florence, Feb. al. The Grlat Duke ha. given orderi thit all ihe poor io the country, who are able, lhall be employed in the public workt, and the reft fhall receive luch relief at the reve- nue* of their refjieftive diftnftt
19 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
«ftt!j, s3partß 19,

«ftt!j, s3partß 19,

Arriv'd here, The Duke de Laq.vti, Ds- of Rox borough, Earl and Cotmtef* Sneni-« r Marquii Mount H umer, Sir Robert md Uh Starlet, Sii Chai les BunburT, Sir John tnAUi, Ramfden, Sir Charlea and Lady Palmer, Ltdy Brown, General L'Angloil, Rev. Dr, Kay, Capt. Fletcher, Capt. Browa
19 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England