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To be SOLD, /bout Nine Hundred Bufhcls of very good Scotch Fern ASHES, On reafonable Terms. Any Perfon inclinable to

To be SOLD, /bout Nine Hundred Bufhcls of very good Scotch Fern ASHES, On reafonable Terms. Any Perfon inclinable to

buy all or Part thereof, may apply to Mr. George PaoOKI, of Wakefield. Leeds, i6ih March, 1767. Edward Sanderfon, MERCER and AVO OI.LE N - DR APE R, Begs Leave to artjuaint the Ladies and Other s, 9 ?? HAT he is return'd from London, V and has biought a large and valuable Aflort
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's POSTS..AMERICA.

Friday and Saturday's POSTS..AMERICA.

Friday and Saturday's POSTS. AMERICA. Tlofhn, (Nfw-England) Feb. r. SrVWTiHK people of this Province have J L C wheat the fummerpaft, that there Jti J*, has been brought for fale within a ?? few days upwards of .o tons of fine iloiir, well bolted, eoual in quality if not fur pc r
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be Sold Auction, At the Mr. John Yates, the Sign of Black Bull, in Blackburn, tht County of Lancafter,

To be Sold Auction, At the Mr. John Yates, the Sign of Black Bull, in Blackburn, tht County of Lancafter,

and Wednefday the and 6th Days cf May the Sale to begin precifily at Onee'Cloci in the Afternoon of each Day, JitbyeS to Conditions fall be then and there predated, TUESDAY'S SALE. Lot ift.nrHE Fee Simple and Inheritance, all that Mefluage and Tenement, with the Appurtenances, c
31 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BERD E E N J OU N AL, ling Bottles, Salts of all Kinds, Bread Pies and Shells, Silver’d Globes

BERD E E N J OU N AL, ling Bottles, Salts of all Kinds, Bread Pies and Shells, Silver’d Globes

for Room Topi,'Fountain Glades, and great Variety of other Kindis too tedioos to mention. The above he will fell as cheap at the Glad Houfe. Commifltons from the Country carefully obeyed. . Juft now imported from Londdn and Holland, and (bid by John Walker upon the moft reafonab
30 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
came hortie to his Houfe, and found hanging upper room about eight o’clock in the evening. C 0 UNT R

came hortie to his Houfe, and found hanging upper room about eight o’clock in the evening. C 0 UNT R

Y NEWS, Portjmoulh, March 26. The Carolina-man, that was on fhore on our beach, is got without any confiierablc damage, and is now at Spithead. His Majefty’s Guernl'cy and Romney are both almolt ready for the fea. . . , His Majelly’s ihip Royal Ann, being pail fervicc, is taken
30 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
e carry J.

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31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTRY - N fc W S.

COUNTRY - N fc W S.

Birmingham, March 13. We hear that at Derby affi/.es laft Wedneiilay the feveial per- i'ons who were concerned in rioting in that county, were ordered to bet iniprifoned for .1 week,' and to find fecuritiei for their future be- haviour in sol. each. Nineteen pciioiis were tried,
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To the PRINTER, <be

To the PRINTER, <be

Si r, I Read in your Paper fomc days ago of -i Scotchman having been fmuggled out of his country, pray iniert the following
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
journal, the gift of the crown and nobility will be found no contemptible engine of power. By the law* of

journal, the gift of the crown and nobility will be found no contemptible engine of power. By the law* of

Scotland, greater regard is due to tbs Judgment and choice of men of property, than is due to thofe of the fame dais and inftuencajn England. What die latter beg as favour, the former claim astheir light.' LETTER VIII, THE influence of the miniftry is confiderpd as an objediop t
30 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To be Lett, And entered upon at May next, ACommodious Meffuage or Dw elling-HooiGt., confining of A large Kitchen, a

To be Lett, And entered upon at May next, ACommodious Meffuage or Dw elling-HooiGt., confining of A large Kitchen, a

Cel. lar, two Pantries, a.Skullery, two Parlours, a Dining Room, Lodging-Rooms (one Parlour, the Dining- Room, and one Lodging-Room, are papered, which ma) with several other Fixtures be bought of the preterit Tenant) three Garrets, a Brewhoufe, Stable, Barn, Cow. book, Garden,
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England