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[ Price Two-Pence.

[ Price Two-Pence.

Mends lying in nearly the fa i nszgr tondos, i n the (*maim The land being without trees, care bon to get a large quantity tranfported faces the Stretches, fo that with proper and incluitry, it is hoped they will, cm ay, turn out of the utmoft ufe. Theft are the Blends which fon
30 June 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Btooict, Widow of the Rev. late Dean of Cher , er, and his ad define that fuch of his Creditor,

Btooict, Widow of the Rev. late Dean of Cher , er, and his ad define that fuch of his Creditor,

whole Debts wen afcertained by a Deed of True. bearing Date the 13th of February, whiney a Temporary Fund (to cal* during his Lift) was provided, for Payment of fuck Debt; will apply to Mr. Audth it hie Hoare at Namptwich in ChePatre, on Friday the tsth, or Saturday the t 3th Da
2 June 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
INOCULATIO N,

INOCULATIO N,

By Meflfs. Ashley and Rudland, Surgeons at and Mr. Carneys, Surgeon, at Voxford j /TIO have fitted up in genteel Manner a large com. V V mndious Houfc, called Red-Hoose, near Vox. f id "11 --- Gentlemen, Ladies, or others, may inocuhte 1 any Lay they pleafe, fiift applying to an
27 June 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be SOLD to the Highest Bidder,

To be SOLD to the Highest Bidder,

SOLD to the Highest Bidder, On Tuesday the of June infiant, between Three and Four the Clock in the Afternoon, at the Houfe Abraham Clark, commonly called 01 known the Sign the Lyon, in the • Parilhof Latchingdon. THree-Eighths of a Cotyhold Estate fituate the Latchingdon, five M
20 June 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
AM E R I C A.

AM E R I C A.

Bofion iri Wevo-England, April 1 6. We hear from Stoughton, that Veiierday fe'nnight died there Mrs. Mary Hor ton, aged 105 Years : She was a Native of Jamaica, and in the great Earthquake at that lfland, about 60 Years ago, Ihe was taken up floating on tfie Watery and brought h
13 June 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
:-t M^M^mi^mmm^^ IS

:-t M^M^mi^mmm^^ IS

: -t M^M^mi^mmm^^ IS wood, of Warminlter, 'Wss wls4#i*«ie<s /to;S*lifoury Xlm^mo^^M- , bis Son, with entering, the D wel ling Houfe; of Mr. Ponton, Gardener, of that Town, breaks ing open a Box, and Mealing thereout above %c ";^^Sol> : Is^hiytol yj&oaos Bi?deweJj). ?? ?? : Worcef
20 June 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
i GO UKT R V N E W:8,y

i GO UKT R V N E W:8,y

i GO UKT R V N E W:8, y #Xtra# ef a letter from St. Afaph, May 30. " The Price oif; Corn rather Falls here; and, at the laft Fairs, there were very few Buyers- of Cattle, which makes us ; hope, their Price will be lower.' V , : ' Brifiot, May 36. The following Veffels have arrive
6 June 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
By the X IN G's PATEN T. The Original BRITISH HERB TOBACCO. IT is compounded of the fineft Leaves and

By the X IN G's PATEN T. The Original BRITISH HERB TOBACCO. IT is compounded of the fineft Leaves and

Flowers of Wood Betony.wildßpfemary Buds, wild Lemon Thyme Coltsfoot, Eyebriglit, &c. The Fume of one of thefe Sim- ples taken into the Mouth through a Funnel, has been ftrongly recommended by Hippocrates, Diofcorines, and Galen ; and amongft the moft eminent mod m Phyficians, D
12 June 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CIjMCfWS POIL

CIjMCfWS POIL

From the LONDON GAZETT E. Malaga, May 8. THE Princefla, a Seventy-four Gun Ship, am* ved here Yefterday with the jefuits from Cadiz, in feveral Ships under her Convoy. Thofe of the Kingdom of Granada, who had been waiting in this City for fome Time, were immediately put on Board
5 June 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, June 2.

LONDON, June 2.

LONDON, Jun e 2. This Morning his Excellency the EmbafTador from the States General had a, Conference with Mr. Secretary Conway on the Subject of Dlipatches received from the Hague. We hear a Lady of Quality at the Weft End of the Town has befpokeof an eminent Jeweller in the Cit
5 June 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England