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This is to acquaint the PUBLIC,

This is to acquaint the PUBLIC,

This is acquaint the PUBLIC, '-pH AT ROB MOOR continues the I- Bleaching o» CLOTH, ne»t AldriOi, KithinHalf Mile of the Ctiy Durbain, who take* this Ogpoitunity of tctntniri; his friends Thanks for all their Favours, and hopes tor the Continuance of them: He in'ends to lay dueefi
18 April 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RICHARD HALL, Grocer, Late at the Angel Inn, the Market Place, takes this Method forming the Puolic, and his Friends,

RICHARD HALL, Grocer, Late at the Angel Inn, the Market Place, takes this Method forming the Puolic, and his Friends,

THAT is removed to a large Commodious Sh°P Smithy-Door, next the King's Arms, oppofite the Old Sha^ 1 ' Mirchejler, and late in the Occupation of Mrs. Robinfin, tir ° *n uhe continues the fame Buiineis. and begs the Continual"* Ais Friends Favours, which will endeavour to merit,
7 April 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A V o y A n E round the W ORLD, in his Majejly* Ship the Dolphin, commanded hy ihe

A V o y A n E round the W ORLD, in his Majejly* Ship the Dolphin, commanded hy ihe

Honourable Commodore Bvr o n. Octavo, Price 3s. 6d. TH E Author of this very curious nnd in- tcreiiing voyage, modedly apologizes in his preface, fortlie want of tnofe elegan- cies and decorations of ftylcj which are fo ,-eagerly fought after, he being hied to ,1 pro* fcllion wh
21 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROBERT MOODY

ROBERT MOODY

A Merlon in full in the Mercery and Drapery Way, in an old Shop, to leave ofl* Trade now, or Michaelmas next, and will, it required, reduce his Stock ab<*iU ircol. and commodious Houfc, with and m iny other Convenicncics thereto, held under Leafe, ot which there arc near 20 Year
13 April 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
, count of difj>ute which havt had a comjpendent. fk Copy of a letter was fent us, bv poft, with

, count of difj>ute which havt had a comjpendent. fk Copy of a letter was fent us, bv poft, with

a note dated 6. 1766. and figntd, A* B. defining uto in(e»t the 44 I hope," fays our Itjj..' it will alJbrd fume ' t(> mod part of v«>ur readers. 77 bp, a M\vcr, .the following note was put Nil" lt: <ovcr Sept. Mag. 44 Mr A. B. 1 ,r «lc 10 tliat his letter f' ' s perfonal, and a
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the HONOURABLE.

To the HONOURABLE.

TRUSTEES for Fisheries, Manufactures, and Improvements, Scotland, REPORT John Smeaton, Engineer, and F. R. S. concerning the practicability and expence join'ng the rivers Forth and Clyde NAVIGABLE CANAL, and thereby to join the Eaft Sea and the Welt. 'J* great utility of a navig
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Procerding and parperi t Crf diHgi and Psprri relating tht incanal, continutd. 38.] Wi Lord Prefident having been apr to

Procerding and parperi t Crf diHgi and Psprri relating tht incanal, continutd. 38.] Wi Lord Prefident having been apr to

the committee of the royal call a meeting of the com- of fupplv of the county of Midli " an to confider the propofed naviga- I Carron, as e *tremely material the countv, u ere^°re defire the commiffioners of ?y to meet in the inner frtiion-houfc Edinburgh, on Friday next the 3d
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

Lifbon, March. 24. An officer of rflC of the Englilh packet-boats, which VliS going to fail for England the day be for® yerterday, was arrelted, and fent p rl ", by the Portuguese guards, who c<i large lum money, which lie was to carry on board his vefTel; but the officer was re
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
But while your will ftHI prefer To mental our external charms ; Say, can you jwftly cenfure her Who conquers

But while your will ftHI prefer To mental our external charms ; Say, can you jwftly cenfure her Who conquers

with the fureft arms ? ELEGY on the death a Peacock- SAY, gentle bird ! what now avail The boaft of beauty's higheft pride» The luftre of thy fpreading tail, And neck with flaming gold array'd ? What boots it that from India's glow, « And golden climes, thou boaft thy bit" Nor b
1 April 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Salisbury Infirmary,

Salisbury Infirmary,

For the Relief of Patients, '/rom whatever County recommended. Notice is hereby given, THAT the faid Infirmary will be opened for the Reception of Patients on Saturday the Day ot“?»lay Order of the Committee, JOHN TURNFR, Secretary. (C"' A Potter, Angle Man, with good Character,
13 April 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England