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31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
_.A M be fold by publick voluntary Rood, within honfe of Archibald Campbell, Yintnct in Aberdeen, upon the Thirtieth day

_.A M be fold by publick voluntary Rood, within honfe of Archibald Campbell, Yintnct in Aberdeen, upon the Thirtieth day

of April next, be* twtxt the houra of three and fite afternoon, either _joittly or feperately. . , -E Lands' EUate* AUCHLUNGART and WESTER GAULDWALL, lying in the parifties of Soharm and Botriffny, and county of Banff; the free rent of AuchldDCart,,convertin'g confiderable Suant
30 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fcthe Pointer ofthe Caledonian Me'rccrt.

fcthe Pointer ofthe Caledonian Me'rccrt.

tf, Advantages of the intended Nav igahle Canal '/rom Glafgow ?? confidered, -with axjvt.rs to the objections pubiifhed againft tois Canal. THERE is no caufe fj bad but it will find fome Advocates for it. — There is no fcheme of public utility, that v/ill not find fome oppofers.
30 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANOTHER.

ANOTHER.

YOT'R riddle, Sir, 1 anfvver quick, I". nothing but a Walking Stick. Woodfome, X. K. 63' // vm alfo ?? In ] . R . R . R . B. litdK.K. of Leeds t E. W. ?? and J. C. of fitianwood The Rfbvs in our laf anfiver'd in the follonst" ing Acrostic, ?? a School* Boy, Leeds, t'-ather's a n
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be Lett . , • And entered upon at May-Day next, er HE White Lion Inn in Ruthin, in

To be Lett . , • And entered upon at May-Day next, er HE White Lion Inn in Ruthin, in

the County of Denbigh, being an oW•accufturned Hou(e, with the Arable and Meadow Lands, and othuConeemencies thereto belonging, lying on the Turnpike Roads !rum Cliche, Vire:li:dm, and Shrewfbury, to Holyhead. For Particulars enquire of Mr. Edward Edwards, in Ruthin. N. B. Whoev
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
be SOLD, Fee Simple and Inheritance and Jn rM eft*** late the Reverend Mr. John and beuig in Hayfield, in

be SOLD, Fee Simple and Inheritance and Jn rM eft*** late the Reverend Mr. John and beuig in Hayfield, in

the Pasi/h of & of two Capital or now in the KSee 1,111 I"™?*- ABd of feSl ft fes or Parcels ot now the refpective Pofleffions Mifs and her Mr. Kind* anT M Brockkknrft, corrtaming the whole, mary Meafure, or ConY Dwelling Houfe, with the GardenHnd^urlStances longing, in the Occu
31 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Notice is hereby given, \ THAT a Dividend of the Eftate and of John Mofi, late of Manchejier, die Ceunty

Notice is hereby given, \ THAT a Dividend of the Eftate and of John Mofi, late of Manchejier, die Ceunty

of Lancafier, Ereadbakcr, will be made on Wednefday the twentieth Day of Mopiiext, between the Hours of two and live in the Afternoon, the Houfe Mr. Peter Wright, the King s-Head, within Manchejier therefore all fuch who have any Claims from the faid John Mofs, muft tranfmit fuc
31 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, March 24.

LONDON, March 24.

Lift of M— — rs made and unmade by tiia Earl of . In October, 1760. He clofed with the late X — 's sMiniitry. In March, 1761. He penfioned off Lord. H e, and became iunif.lf S— — — yot S c. In October, iy6i. lie removed Mr. P — , and took in a new fct of men. In May, 176-. He qu
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
By a C O U N 1 R Y G K N T L E M A N

By a C O U N 1 R Y G K N T L E M A N

By a U N 1 R Y K N L M A N London: Printed for J. Almon, oppodie liurlington-Houfc, in Pic and fold by B. Collins, in Salifbury. ROOKS lately publiflved, all neatly bound and lettered, and fold A. Donaldfon, his Shop in the Strand, London, and ruoft in the Country. The SpciT.itoi
30 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Agues. sot offended with Togs, ill Sr of infeatioue Airs, either by Land or Sea, The Tobacco is Five Shillinp

Agues. sot offended with Togs, ill Sr of infeatioue Airs, either by Land or Sea, The Tobacco is Five Shillinp

a Pound, either in Pounds, Half-Pounds, qtarter-Pbunds ; and the Snuff at ,Twe Shillings and Sixpence the Half Pound, and One Shilling and Threepence the Qaarter Pound Centiliter, with good Allowance to fell again. The Order is the Advertifiment rite Apothetary's Shep is to be L
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England