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LONDON, April 4

LONDON, April 4

The quantities of grain imported at this ne- cellitous time from different foreign ports, as entered and taken from the Cuftom-houfe books at London, on Monday and Tuefday's entries, are : Wheat — — — — Quarters 10515 Rye — — — — — — — 3-Z7 Outs — — — — — — — - 12914 »7*66 Wedne
7 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
L I VERPO (11., Auiil 3.

L I VERPO (11., Auiil 3.

Arriv'd, William, Williams, from Africa and Grenades, with Elephant Teeth. Two- Sifters, M'Creudy, from Dublin, with Yarn, Cloth, &c Gambia, Sharp, from Africa, with Wood and Teeth. William, Harriibn, Irom Brillol, with Sundries. Halfd. Virainian, Kuadicomb, for Virginia. St. Pe
7 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
From a Lsttu its one of lhe Morning.Papers,

From a Lsttu its one of lhe Morning.Papers,

From a Lsttu its one of lhe Morning Papers, TH E Dutch, if the information Mr. Boteler, their AmbafTador, gave to a perfon of diftinction here be true, have near- ly 50,000,000!. Ilerling in our funds: The annual interefl of this fum cannot be much Ids than 2,000,000!. Our Eaft-I
7 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
(Andover) To be Sold by Auftion,

(Andover) To be Sold by Auftion,

On Saturday the Day of June next, between the Hours Three and Five in the Afternoon, the While Swan Inn, in Andover, AHandfome fafhed Houfe, with large Garden walled in, Barn, Stables, and Out-Houfcs, three and 50 Acres of Arabic Land by Kftimation, Fart whereof is inclofcd in t
6 April 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

44 London, r6. A few days a fine frigate, pierced for guns, difh built, arrived at '. Stockholm, laden with Slip-timber naval ftores, for the fervice Seven more, of the tune force, are l to be nearly finilhed, at different rts of the Baltick." 44 Paris, April 6. Iu confequeuce 0
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Corsican Intelligence.

Corsican Intelligence.

r MANIFESTO. Ie General, and Suprem Council of of the kingdom of R.SICA, to Ur Beloved People. 319.] is known yon all, Beloved People, what fituation otir war with the re-op'ic of Genoa was brought at the clofe 1 the year 1764. The taken "s, foreclose and block upon every J'arte
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BRITISH WEST INDIES.

BRITISH WEST INDIES.

" London, April 14. We hear by fome letters over land from the Eaft indies, that the town of St Dayid, which was demoliHied by the French the lalt war, is rebuilt and enlarged; and that the fort js rendered fo ftrong, as be thought impregnable againft any future attempts of an e
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the Englifh then do left j- high refpect exprefs r the good Louifa Anne, r \r aitlent ' rtu: s

the Englifh then do left j- high refpect exprefs r the good Louifa Anne, r \r aitlent ' rtu: s

P' an •' Dw day appears in view, ve" demands a tribute due; Sjj e Edward's natal day, » % claims grateful lay, jj. torbids us e'er to fail fifing worth with joy to hail. Cjij. cr reafons too remain, ,n g forth pleafanc {train : dlords now with rapture view lhi» day commencing du
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONDAY, AprH 6, 1767.

MONDAY, AprH 6, 1767.

ter. When they were releafed, on the coachman’s appearing and {Confirming their relation of the fa£t, they had eight guineas to pay for gaol fees, and their fwords were detained as being forfeited to the king, the lieutenant of the police informing them that Englifhmen had no ri
6 April 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRIDAY POST.

FRIDAY POST.

Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders. NAVAL AFFAIRS. From the Englijh Papers, March 28, Dvice is faid to be received, that large number of troops of his Sardinian Majcfty were preparing to embark for the ifland of Corfica, when the laft letters came from Leghorn. We are to
6 April 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland