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Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

It is faid that the Earl of Chatham will be created a Knight of the Garter the firft Vacancy. We hear that great Betts are depending among the knowing Ones, that a Change will take Place in the A ' ' n* before the Expiration of next Month. We are told that a noble Earl has recei
5 June 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A REBUS.

A REBUS.

17ROM three-eighth* of a maik, take letters Take jul. three in number, antl - from difplay; Then afe a work often exprcflerdby Per, loint thefe right together, and 1 will aver The name of a village will quickly be found, Both inWcftmorland, and on Lanotihir. ground.
2 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, May %6. Genoa, May N the sth Inftant the Republick received Let- ters from Senator Pinelto, with Advice, that on the Jtl Inftant, two Hours before Daylight, he landed i<o Volunteers on the Ifland of who marched three Honrs, and furprized Piquet-Guard of
2 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be SOLD, In a Croft behind the Pinfold, ManchelTer, A Large Quantity fine Stock Brick, B.iftard Stock and common

To be SOLD, In a Croft behind the Pinfold, ManchelTer, A Large Quantity fine Stock Brick, B.iftard Stock and common

Brick. Alfo, at belonging to Mefirs. Robin- R and Kitke, in Ridge Field, A Quantity of -white PQk, Malt, and Ermland Yarn, Reeds, and **her Utcnfils for the Check Manufactory. For Particulars Enquire of Mcfirs. James GrcArcx, Robinfon, ,l, d Kirk, and Ifaac Let, and entered at M
2 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
0 the author of the Scots Magazine. SIR, J une 12, 1767. Correfpondent, in your April Magazine, defires you to

0 the author of the Scots Magazine. SIR, J une 12, 1767. Correfpondent, in your April Magazine, defires you to

infert the con- of my Oblervations on Mr Baine's "Memoirs of church-reformation, along his letter, declining to make a re- becaufe the author has not put his to them; and leaving to the a der to make his remarks. |j93.] As to Mr Baine's declining to reply, for "e reafon aiiigned
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Verfes to a Young Lady on reading her Poems. WHen gentle Sappho pour'd the lay, To eafe her love-diftracftcd bread;

Verfes to a Young Lady on reading her Poems. WHen gentle Sappho pour'd the lay, To eafe her love-diftracftcd bread;

For fke was form'd of fofteft clay, Which all her tender mind exprefs'd ; The virgins left their rural arts, And flood around the charming maid ; Her mufic touch'd their drooping hearts, Lift'ning they flood, immov'd, and fad. At length the tears began to flow ! The air was all
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LANCASTER RACES,

LANCASTER RACES,

On Monday the th of May, the town’s purfeof 501* was won by Mr Hi uid’& hay horfe. Hemp | Lord Archibald Hamilton's chef, mare, Nancy 2 dr. Sir Kowl. Winn’s horfc. Bride On Tuefday the the 501, give-and-take, was won by Alcock’s roan mare, Mifs Peeper Mr Pcarlbn’s biy marc, Mode
6 June 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
• From the London Papers, frtne 2.

• From the London Papers, frtne 2.

Genoa, May it. Col. Matra, who brought off our troops on. the third inft. from the ifland of Cap raia, under a continual fire, was (lightly wound- ed in two places. As foori as the government re- ceived advice of the action, they difpatched a re- inforcement of 400 men, who are
6 June 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Lancelot Dickinfon y (Late Ktintfinnn to Edwin Lasceli.es, Efq; of Ganvthorp,) BEGS Leave to acquaint the PUBLIC, Tbat he has

Lancelot Dickinfon y (Late Ktintfinnn to Edwin Lasceli.es, Efq; of Ganvthorp,) BEGS Leave to acquaint the PUBLIC, Tbat he has

open'd a commodious INN. . in Ha a wood ; where all who pleafe to honour him with therCompahy, may depend on the belt Accommodations and civil Ufage, by Ibtir moft ohejitnl I ttmbic Servant, LANCELOT DICKINSON. OS* Genteel POST-CHAISES, and able Horfcs to any Part of the Kingdom
2 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England