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CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

I. As this work on a move cxlcnfive plan thin any Law Di&io*aary that ever appeared, makes two volumes in folio. 11. Each number contains three fhccts, printed very fine paper and letter. 111. The whole is comprifcd in too numbers, price Hx-pcacc each number. IV. The whole of th
16 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
INUCULAI IoN

INUCULAI IoN

INUCULAI MR. SUTTON ItfGATHsTOflu informs the Public, that he has fitted Fres roN-'i OWEk se (a vc‘.y defiiahlc Situation, r.ear Ipswich) for the Reception who may begin to prepare. Immediately, by applying to M.r.Bus Surgeon Ipfwich, for the Medicines. --- As the Nature of Mr. S
21 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DURHAM.

DURHAM.

SrlUons of the of <'ur d the King, held .<• the City of Durham in and for the Conn*v, the S4III Day of January, in the feventh Year the Reign Sovereign Lord George the Third, King of Britain, a.id lb foiih, belote Sirlhomas Claveting, Bart. Sit John Eden, , ,itt. Sha*’ro, George
21 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THere is now fitting np at Queensfer- ry, and will ioon be finiflied, a very conve- nient place for bathing

THere is now fitting np at Queensfer- ry, and will ioon be finiflied, a very conve- nient place for bathing

in lhe lea water, at oil times of the the. The bath is covered and divided by a ftone wall into two rooms, to be ufed feparately by men and women ; adjoining to and under the fame roof with the bsth, are two cloiets for drcfiing and und re fling in, each of them has a fire place
21 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, March 17.

From the London Papers, March 17.

Tunis, Janoary 7. Lieutenant Paciola being arrived here to treat of the propofal for a peace offered by this regency to the Coriicans, immediate- ly after his arrival he had an audience ofthe Bey, to whom he delivered a letter from Paoli, importing, that that Chief could not tak
21 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter frora Luton in Bedfordfljire,.dated March. 15.

Extract of a letter frora Luton in Bedfordfljire,.dated March. 15.

Extract of a letter frora Luton in Bedfordfljire, dated March. 15. " This country is greatly aftected by the un- happy accident whicli befel the Right Honourable the Marquis of Taviftock on Tuefday laft ; he was a (tag-hunting, and about ten in the morning was thrown from his hor
21 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A n f c: dots of a HOT T ENTO T.

A n f c: dots of a HOT T ENTO T.

rjß ''SHE Hottentots arc. a people whom we ■ have been always led to defpife, as a brutal irrational kind Jof men; but tms ?? idea is premature and unjuft :we gene- rally defpife thofe whofe manners and cuftoms do not coincide with our own ; but, in fome refpects, the rcfembhnce
18 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To be FOUGHT for,

To be FOUGHT for,

To FOUGHT for, Mr Jofcfk TurnhU's, the PaJlhvife, Alnwick, Monday the 18(A of May, ^NE hundred k. _ 1 POUNDS, Stags 4U>. » o/, the hightft. *SM I Tuefday, ONK HUNDRED tfaBWBBSJ POUNDS, Cocks, 4lh. 4oz. JV '' l ■ ■ p the Wednefday, ONE HUNDRED POUNDS,by Cocks, Stags, and Blenkards
21 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
( 1 . 1 sit PRINTER, &c. gF all kinds of Government in the . world, that is uadoubtedly the

( 1 . 1 sit PRINTER, &c. gF all kinds of Government in the . world, that is uadoubtedly the

wont which bath Bribery for its ball, and turns upon the wheels of Corruption ; becasfe it is escouraging every fort of wickedeste and immorality in a nation. and relies a pimple on • fyftem the very reverts t►atwkieb can only render them profperous and happy. To tempt a people
17 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Atademy for the encouragement of the polite Arts. It is reported, that a great man in the Adininiftration has firoagly

Atademy for the encouragement of the polite Arts. It is reported, that a great man in the Adininiftration has firoagly

enforced the expediency of Great Britain maintaining the Corfican nation in their independency, and that even the Miniliers of two foreign powers have made fome late applications to our Court in their favour. We hear that the Earl of Chatham has had the honour, face his arrival
17 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England