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Reports.from the Daily Papers.

Reports.from the Daily Papers.

Reports. from the Daily Papers. It is talked, that his Serene Highnefs the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick intends to honour the City of Dublin this Summer with his Prefence, and that he will be ac- companied by one ofthe Royal Family. It is reported that there will be a grand Rev
17 April 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
/rfDap'tf and frfttUCfaTj POSTS.

/rfDap'tf and frfttUCfaTj POSTS.

/rfDap'tf and ?? POSTS. $7j* No Foreign Mail arriv % d. koiiDon, 2yx\\ 9. J*^ol*3 T is talkc <l> ?? his Serene High- ] tl Tetx e^ ?? C ere< i ,tar y Prince ri^ jt Krunfwicfc intends to honour the mf-lfaji cit ?? of n » blin ibis fummer with his prefctice, and that he will be SCto
16 April 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Louooii, Jpnl 14,

Louooii, Jpnl 14,

Yefterday was held a great council at St. James's, at which the Right Hon, the Earl of Chatham aflifted. It is whifpered, that a great trading com- munity have, within theie few days, offer- ed three millions flerling for the renewal of their charter, which has been rejected. It
16 April 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday and Monday's POSTS.

Arriv'd tke Mails from Holland and France llurfaiv, ?? 30. f* j i #'4"HHF. Court has received advice that "** —, ?? live regiments of Ruiliaus, under jf * the command of the Generals Dun- _r ?? tcr ;11 "^ Apnuikt, have entered Li- «*-7 \Ji thuams. lt has alio received in- format
21 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders

From the London Gazette, April 14. Tut in, April 1. LAST SatuiAiay night ins Serene Hig mefs Prince George \ug;ftu.> of ?? Strci fz arr ved here, under the t tie of Count uc StargarJt, in p.-riect health, a xo.npanted by the Baron Dew tz and ?? Gorfci, an_*%vas yeitcr- day intro
18 April 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ano ?? licir I nntißg-koure in eke Patlianiew-clofc ; where Ahertifimaat and Subjcriti-en, are __» ia.

ano ?? licir I nntißg-koure in eke Patlianiew-clofc ; where Ahertifimaat and Subjcriti-en, are __» ia.

15 April 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Copy if tie Trufiees etnftser.

Copy if tie Trufiees etnftser.

My Lord, Eainlt-rga, Feb. _, 1.767. Your letter of the T6th of January iaft. was laid befo-eafull meeting of the Truftees on Friday laft, when I happened to be in *he chair. lt is with great pleafure the Truftees obferve the laudable zeal and impatience of the city ofGiaf- gow f
20 April 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

There is advice, from good author. ty, by the Lisbon mad, laft arrived, that the officer of the preceding packet, who ha! been fe.ze.i, wth money upon him, and nripri foiled, ha-i been fet at liberty again, and is come to England ; that the mcniry which he had about him is likew
18 April 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
' Phis Day was publithed, (Neridiem(lz printed in Oftavo, Price 41. awed) THE PARMER's LETTERS to the PEOPLE of ENGLAND.

' Phis Day was publithed, (Neridiem(lz printed in Oftavo, Price 41. awed) THE PARMER's LETTERS to the PEOPLE of ENGLAND.

Contaiuing the Sentiments of a Praflical Hulhandman on various Subleas of the utmoft Importance ; particularly, the Erperteion of Corn.----The Balance of Agriculture and Manufaltures.—The prefent State of Hulbandry..--. The Circumfiances attending large and (mall The prefent Sta
21 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Len,

To be Len,

And entered upon immediately, ALarge Brick Houfe fit fur a Gentleman's Family, with a good Garden, Dove• beide, Coach-Houk, a Five-tvall'd Stable, and a common Stele for two Mortis, pleafantly fainted in Chri- Rleton, two Poit Miles from Cheßer, late in the Occupation of Roger W
21 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England