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The Rill to :axle 1.5c0,0001. by Exchequer 'for the tervice of the Fes t year. The Bill to apply the

The Rill to :axle 1.5c0,0001. by Exchequer 'for the tervice of the Fes t year. The Bill to apply the

fom granted for pay and cloathing of the Militia, fur The Bill to enlarge the term and granted for building two new churches in t, town of Liverpool, and County Palatine Lancafter. The Bill to enable the Earl of Strathinoi; to take and ufe the name of Bowe', purfuzi; to the Will
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Mr. THOMAS COTGRAVE, Bey Leave to infernr.bie Friend' in Wrexham, and it, NeigbAnerhood, THAThe intends to open a School in

Mr. THOMAS COTGRAVE, Bey Leave to infernr.bie Friend' in Wrexham, and it, NeigbAnerhood, THAThe intends to open a School in

that Town on Thurfday in the Eater-Week, when it than be his content Care to merit the Favors conferr'd upon him. April 6, '767. Cbefter, 7, 1767. To the LADIE S. JOSHUA LAWTON, Silk-Mercer, from London, vjAVING lately purchafed there a large and elegant Affortment of Fancy and
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Ti the Printer oi the C. a elonian ivlercitkY*

Ti the Printer oi the C. a elonian ivlercitkY*

1 Am no. lawyer j Mr. Printer, and may there- fore be miftaken, but 1 confefs it appeared to me f jincwhat itraiige, when I read in the votes of die Commons, that a petition had been prefented to that Hon. Honfe, for the cftublilhment ofa lice/fed Play-houfe in this place, while
6 April 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LO ST or MI SL/lI D, about ths beginning of the laft mouth,. A DRAUGHT on MefTfs. Cochrane and Company,

LO ST or MI SL/lI D, about ths beginning of the laft mouth,. A DRAUGHT on MefTfs. Cochrane and Company,

Bankers in Glafgow, toge- ther with fome Bank Notes, incloled in a paper co- ver. Any nerfon who may have found the fame, and will ceiiver the Bank Notes to .Alexander Bruce, Efq*, Advocate, in Skinners clofe, or to Robert Gardiner, Efq; in the Conongne, or to the pub- lifher of
6 April 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To be SO L D

To be SO L D

To SO L YAUh CU I ! R, upwards Tons, notv on -Ai, the St ck<, and may be launched i three Weeks j is fit foe the Oyiiers, or l I'iatle. •'■’ f*. • sicul.its enquire Robert Gooding, Shipwright, at Kosvbedye, m chellrr. ___ 11 Feb, .+ , 1767. * T* ll,s gA'i* Notice to the Copyhold
4 April 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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T ) M !i E R

) !i E R *"jPril .K!•'. v ill l>e taken down Spring, In the Pan Hies -I. of*iL usTt-N, Hid PISTON, the County tiiilolk, of 700 • i’. er-Cj-k«, fold to the bell out in fucli Lots anf*er the Purpoles the Purchifcrs every Sort JL innly will in thii»F:«rci the Day Place Sale. i VPi t
4 April 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To the PRIN T ER, cv

To the PRIN T ER, cv

SIR. TM ?? following plan for cnrrnpes upon an imptoved contbuftion, is recommended to the conlideration of tlte public. M.iis- waggons nine inches within nine, eight hories, twoabreaft. Private waggons, lix inches within lix, four 1 oik; , two .ibtcalt. ■\ cart, nine inch wheel
7 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Epitaph on the Death of a Child.

Epitaph on the Death of a Child.

SWEET youth, in whom the graces lov'd to dwell, Of fimple mariners, native wit, farewell ! In the green fpring-time of thy tender age, Hurried, alas, too rudely oIT the Mage ! Thy kindred all with tears, bnt moft thy fire, Tliofe look, loft prattle, and l'weet .miles, re- quire
7 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
State of the Bufinefs depending on Paper,-.Staining.

State of the Bufinefs depending on Paper,-.Staining.

State of the Bufinefs depending on Paper,- Staining. THE Paper- ftaining Manufactory being carried into France, (as mentioned in your paper) is a fart but too true to admit of the leafl doubt. When firft the printing of paper began, the duty was confiderably lefs than at prelent
7 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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i»eimeW& ©oil*

From a Letter in one of the Morning Papers. TH E Dutch, if the Information Mr. Boteler, their Ambafl'ador, gave to a Perfon of Diftinc- tion here be true, have nearly 50,000,000!. Sterling in our Funds : The annual Intereft of this Sum cannot be much lefs than 2,000,0001. Our Ea
3 April 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England