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Mr. C L E A I N, Begs Leave acquaint the Ladies and That there will be a CONCERT of

Mr. C L E A I N, Begs Leave acquaint the Ladies and That there will be a CONCERT of

Vical & Injtr At in Manehefter, on Tuefday April 21, The Firft VIOLIN, Mr. DAS S T I ' The HARPSICHORD, Mr. WAINWRIGHT- The Vocal Parts by the Ladies from Oldham. ACT Firft. ACT Second. Overture in Sampfon, by Handell. Overture, by Abel. Song. A Song. xd Concerto of Stanley. Con
7 April 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
Lett,

Lett,

May-day next, at fly of Denbigh, Houfe, with fax n 4 a good Attic Story, a for eight Horfes, an I Kitchen Genien, molly a Bowling-Green, a 'oral with Fit, and ever) wmodation of a Gentlegrecable Neighbourhood, war the Turnpike-Road lam, at the Dsitance at A Tenant will be stem?-
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
a John Atfop, brothers, for robbing the warehoufe of James Bullock and Co. in Nag's klead - garb, Southwark. Jonn

a John Atfop, brothers, for robbing the warehoufe of James Bullock and Co. in Nag's klead - garb, Southwark. Jonn

Baptift Malony, a popilb pried, was indided lad Tuefday at Kingflon affixes, and on Wednefday entered into I. bail to take his trial the next affixes for the county of burry. Yefterday morning a Publican's wife, lately turn'd Methodifl, hung herfelf in her hufband's hay-loft, in
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
L S T, From Thomas Jones's, of Sighned, in Llanvair-Dyffrin Clwyd, ADark-Bay Marc, between I 4 anti Hands lueh, of

L S T, From Thomas Jones's, of Sighned, in Llanvair-Dyffrin Clwyd, ADark-Bay Marc, between I 4 anti Hands lueh, of

the Value from gl. r,s. to 91. has the Mark of the Drawing Chains upon Ltr Hind Legs, are of her Ears flit, and her Mane has been let Come Time ago, which is not yet grown fuffit lent to lay. Whoever brings the laid Mare to Thome.; !ones aforelaid, (hall be well rewarded, and al
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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For the Benefit, and at the Opening of the Chapel in Hindley, On Monday the xoth of April 1767, will

For the Benefit, and at the Opening of the Chapel in Hindley, On Monday the xoth of April 1767, will

be performed the facred ORATORIO the MESSIAH, Set to Muftck by the late George Frederick Handel, Efq; Mot of the principarScngs and P„cc:tatives will be lung Samuel Houghton, Kotert Booth, Joanna Wood, and the reft of the Singers from Hay-Chapel, Upbolland, Hindley, and The Inft
7 April 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A SCHOOL-MASTER is wanted **■ at CHAI'ELTHORPE, in the Paiifh of Sandal, near Wakifielo. Such Peifons as intend to ??

A SCHOOL-MASTER is wanted **■ at CHAI'ELTHORPE, in the Paiifh of Sandal, near Wakifielo. Such Peifons as intend to ??

themfelvrs Candidates, are defired 'o attend at the School in-Chapelthorpeafore- faid, on Tuc-f.lay in F.aller-Week, by Ten ?? in the Forenoon. Such only need apply as are competently ac- quainted with Latin, as well as Figures, and can bring proper Recommendations. Chap'/thorpe
7 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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HE Day before Yefterdav, at Three n the Morning, a Fire broke out i in a Secretary's Apartment in the King's Palace, and, in two [-lours Time, deftroyed one entire Wing; in which, amongll other People, were lodged a Part of his Majelly's own Family. No Lives are as yet known to
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
committing this ralh aLion, was upon accou of forme very ill ufage the received frorrt‘twu young lads the fame evening

committing this ralh aLion, was upon accou of forme very ill ufage the received frorrt‘twu young lads the fame evening

in her matter's nablc : one of wham is now in cultody, add a. warrant is Wiled out for fecuring the others The fol!cwing plan for Carriages; upon an improved Contlruaion, is recommended to the coAlidetatiou of the Public : Stage waggons; nine-inch wheels vithin nine, eight hurte
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Cbtfier, April 7, 1767. To the LADIES. JOSHUA LAWTON, Silk-Mercer, from London, HAVING lately purchafed there a eery lane and

Cbtfier, April 7, 1767. To the LADIES. JOSHUA LAWTON, Silk-Mercer, from London, HAVING lately purchafed there a eery lane and

elegant Affortment of Fancy and n SILKS and STUFFS, which bring entirely new, a,.. calculated for the Spring and Summer Seaton, takes Liberty of (Wicking the Continuan , e of his Friends Cotows and Intavfl, and to inform them, he purpoles orcuing his Warehoufe in °Lorna's-Ss-owl
7 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England