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LONDON, April _r.

LONDON, April _r.

Extraß of a Letter f 'torn Leghorn, March tS. AYe hear that among the Corlican troops who ftornicd the ifland of Capraia, there were feveral F.nghlh folcliers, whole valour greatly contributed to the fuccefs of the expedition." Sunday being Eafter Stindav, the fame wat obl.rved
28 April 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Brijiol, April Tte&ay a ar- quarter wheat from d. Cambridge, April 17. *1 Matter of Am, was clewed Fellow (his Univeifiiy ; at the lame lime ifcc Rt Bachelor of Aits, was elected tnto one Felloeihips, founded in (hat Society •Parker. On Monday morning died fuddenfy,' » , Mr. Par
23 April 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
j^riOitlf'ci and Juattirtap'* POSTS.

j^riOitlf'ci and Juattirtap'* POSTS.

?? and Juattirtap'* POSTS. CdT Arriv'd a Mait ftmn Holland. Dantzick, Marth st. j«T^^*^LL the proteltant gentlemen of ?? it X* P°^ Prultta, who were in thii j-W A U£ city, are gone this week to V* 'st3r* W Thorn, to aflift at«a General *•* ««* Aflembly of Diffidents, which was to
23 April 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
P. s. fame iv the miles. From Great The j more fa' rcianed ous and! (now, the fold Majcfty with

P. s. fame iv the miles. From Great The j more fa' rcianed ous and! (now, the fold Majcfty with

1 into a cl was was This! laden vl corn ant grain in from 46 Bury, this towi own fled houfe, » ralh adli Port/m ground of this » down-hi the grea are, and water at: Laftl rived at Letter fuits, guarded the polß to the p The! knowlefl to the fum! the rein French Laft v appoint re
27 April 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The emelatien and &Whip which this muff naturally create between the two Co‘npanics, will certainly prove very advantageoth to the

The emelatien and &Whip which this muff naturally create between the two Co‘npanics, will certainly prove very advantageoth to the

Public. by enlarging commerce. and obliging both of them to difpefe of their mcrchan,dice at reafunable rates. The advantage to Government Will likewife bt fo great as to enable him- to It the enormous load of 'taxes, under which the nation at prefent grow. There will be a gener
28 April 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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["Num. 6984.J Edinburgh-, Monday ,/iprii 27, ij&y*

["Num. 6984.J Edinburgh-, Monday ,/iprii 27, ij&y*

27 April 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To COVER this Season,

To COVER this Season,

COVER this Season, At ns. 6d. a Leap ( I rials lice) Oliver Pioott’s, th» Swan at Isottisham, in Cambridgcdiire, The famous and beautiful Horse, well known by--.1l Gentlemen Sponfmen the N. nie of, MOUNT AIRY. was bred by the Duke of Grafton, and got Mr. Canton's Arabian ; bis Da
25 April 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SUFFOLK.

SUFFOLK.

tlx Gentlcaien, Clergy, and Freeholders ef the GFNTL N, A R tha prevailed that I have declined il Jheu i refrr/tnltng Parliament, I think it nec,i' ! J' you, that Report is entirety grout,dlefs ; and that'' my high eft Ambiticei attain that very great Honor, .Jtji r? J f romtjt
25 April 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Monday’s and Tuesday’s Posts.

Monday’s and Tuesday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April ac. Barcelona, April 4. Noon the Civil and Military Power inverted the Jefuits ■*• College here; and Night Embargo was laid all Carriages, which the laid Jefuits are to Out, this Afternoon, well guarded, for Tarragona, where they are to be joiued a
28 April 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Sold by AUCTION, In a Yard near the Huntlbank, on.tlt North Side cf the Old Church, in Mancheftcr,

To be Sold by AUCTION, In a Yard near the Huntlbank, on.tlt North Side cf the Old Church, in Mancheftcr,

Tuefday the o''Clod M Afternoon, A Large Quantity of old Timber, Lots, confiding large Beams, Jqifts and Spars, fit for Loom Timber and other about fix Roods, of Oak Boards, a Parcel of good Oak Wainfcot Ceiling, and a Parcel of old Doors and Window Frames; alfo about nine Roods
28 April 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England