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An ff. N I G M A,

An ff. N I G M A,

OF parabolic form by nature made, Of colour white, or mixt with deeper (hade; Or black, where confeiou* blufh did ne'er appear, (The true criterion of the bafhfui fair.) 'When ravifh'd from my psircnts tender arms A facrifice intended for your charms, I'm decollated, ftigmatiz'd
17 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

fO, « Che D O GAZETTE, March io, St. James's, March so. King has pleafed to prefent Henry Foord, Clerk, to tire Rectory of Weft Heflcrton in the County of York and V of tire fame, void by the Death of James Eorwick, Incumbent, and in his Majefty's Gift in full Right. nr -Office,
17 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, March 14.

LONDON, March 14.

From the Evening Pofts and Daily Papers, March 14. from Dublin hear, that Application will be mack next Winter to the Parliament, for Act to allow Pawnbrokers the feverai capital Tracing Cities of that Kingdom. is f.i*d, order to encourage the Breeding of Oxen and black Cattle,
17 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Sold Auction, the of Mr. Edward Ratclifle, being the Sign of the Swan, in Bolton, on Friday ttte

To be Sold Auction, the of Mr. Edward Ratclifle, being the Sign of the Swan, in Bolton, on Friday ttte

xjli Day 'of March, fuhjetl to fuch iddtiditiohs fhall be then and there produced, THE Fee Simple Eftate Inheritance, of all that Meffuage and Tenement, with the Appurtenances, fituate the 3"°wnfhip of Farnwcrth, commonly called or known by the Name port's, confiding of three Dw
17 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Scrld by Way Auction, At ihe Hcu'fe of Elizabeth Nixon, the of the Queens-Head, Macclesfield, on Thurfday th

To be Scrld by Way Auction, At ihe Hcu'fe of Elizabeth Nixon, the of the Queens-Head, Macclesfield, on Thurfday th

Day April three of the Clock in the Afternoon, Jiibjeft io fuch Conditions -will then produe'd, 'p H E Fee Simple and Inhvitance of live Mefluages or Dwclling-Houfes, with three Stables and Gardens, and other the Appurtenances thereunto belonging, fituate Broken CroJ's, within M
17 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
to, tySi. ALL Perfons having any Debt or Demand out(Liruling upon the and F.ffctfls of the Lite Mr. John Burges,

to, tySi. ALL Perfons having any Debt or Demand out(Liruling upon the and F.ffctfls of the Lite Mr. John Burges,

Butcher, arc defired to apply for Payment to William Hollis, Attorney Law, at Gofport, hcicrc l.ady-Dav nett, Mr. Burks’s Ktccutort intend that to pay the Monies remaining their Hands Ins Refiduary
16 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
stolen or §)trapt),

stolen or §)trapt),

stolen F»om Cram's iloulc, at Broad Chalk, Friday the of February, AVVhi.e Dog Pointer, with one dark brown F!.»r, ami to the Name of Ponto. will bring him to the laid lioufe Broad Clulk; or to Mi. bhcrgold’s, fl»c King’s Arms, Sahibuiy, ilia 11 receive Half a Guinea Reward, and
16 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the P R'l N T E R.

To the P R'l N T E R.

the P R'l N T E R. WHAT do the poor of this country reap from this re- I du£Uon of lliilling in the pound land-tax? will it make their provifions cheaper, will it lelfen the price of any necefl’ary of Life? no! it may eafe the great landlord, but it will fcarce be felt by the fan
16 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Extract of a Letter from Birmingham, dated - ■ March the 19th. ?? ?? . . ; ■ ■ ?? " This Bay was married at St. Phil*pt% in this Town, 'mf. Twamiey of Kidderminfter, to Mifs Glover of this Place, an agreeable Perfon with a hand fume Fortune. , <* There has bten a Subfcription am
21 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, March 21. Th

OXFORD, March 21. Th

e Right Hon. the Earl of Warwick has been pleafed to appoint the Reverend Mr. James Hamilton (of Uniyerfity College, Rector -of: Alcefter in Warwi^klhire) hi* Lcjd-hip'_ ;,2tfnhei?i<;^^ Chaplain. ; . * La ft' Week 'died, at Wonghton in € helhire, of which Hace he was Reftor, the
21 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England