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.1 V N E, 1767.

.1 V N E, 1767.

MUSE, again the verfe difplay, June fucceeds the blooming May; Comes with ev'ry beauty crownld, Scitt'ring all its graces round. May, the Romans usd to place Sacred to the elder race ; .tune we lind, with equal truth, Sacred to the Roman youth. Britons, now your voices raifc, Ce
9 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Maitelejier, aj, 17.tf7- THE Knights Companions of the stntient and honourable Order of The BEGGAR's -NNISON, intend hold their Quarterly

Maitelejier, aj, 17.tf7- THE Knights Companions of the stntient and honourable Order of The BEGGAR's -NNISON, intend hold their Quarterly

Chapter the Kiag's-iii .d, Salford, on Wednefday the firfl July aci.., wheie ail the Brethren are defired Dinner Table three o'clock. all Gentlemen, Tradefmen, and Others, Notice hereby given, THAT JOHN HOLBROOKE, Sadler, in Deanfgate, Manchefler, hadi purchafed the Horfes, &c.
30 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
This Day is Price One Guinea, And Sold by Newton, Clark, & Harrop, in Mauchefer, The Universal S H O

This Day is Price One Guinea, And Sold by Newton, Clark, & Harrop, in Mauchefer, The Universal S H O

T-H A D, R, T E Way of Writing IN THE 0 S T Eafy, concife, regular, and beautiful Manner, Applicable any other Language, But particularly adjlifted to our Own. Invented by JOHN BYROM, M. A. F. R. S. And fame time Fellow Trinity College, Cambridge. Now published from his Manvscri
30 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNT tt„Y -NEWS.

COUNT tt„Y -NEWS.

Norwich, June 6. On Sunday laft a great florin of hail and rainfell in this city and neigh- bourhood, attended With thunder and lightning; during the fturm a borfe was ftruck dead by the lightning 0:1 Saddleton's meadow in Thorpe : And we hci from Salthoufe in Norfolk, that a po
16 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sunday and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday and Monday's POSTS.

Arriv'd the Mails frcm Holland andi' hinders. frein the LONDON GAZETTE. F Lre nee. May 30. *CX.tt4~A H EfirftandfeconJ convoy of Jefuits Ly _ ?? from Spain having been refilled to * T • land at Cirita Vecchia, tbey failed C\ .."-J * r om 'hence towards Corfica where ?? the Repci
16 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
H U I. L, June 14.

H U I. L, June 14.

Trrtorts, Mercury, Wm. Frank, tiom l-ilt,on, wirn Wine, fcC. Olive-Branch, C. Scenes, frcm Memel, with Fir Timber, A-c. Floe, S. Bcefion, from Hambro', with Yarn, Harts Horn, Oats, Tallow, Ra.s Brandy, Sm.'.lts, Ac. John and Francis, John ?? teciiiT, fioin Chriftiana, with Deals
16 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
jHiUnii'S and &ntut*&np,o POSTS

jHiUnii'S and &ntut*&np,o POSTS

jHiUnii'S and &ntut*&np , o POSTS fcj? No Foriign Mail arriv'd. London, iune 4, E^HIS bting his Majefty's birth- clay, when he entered in! 6 tho 3? £eaf of his agej there was O a n'umetous and fplendid appear- ance of the nobility, foreign ml- niftcrs, etc. at St. James's, to com
11 June 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PnwIBS/tf (ifcf. tf ill i fye

PnwIBS/tf (ifcf. tf ill i fye

N°* J^f*^"^?"} THURSDAY, June 18, 1767. two «awf Of the Seventh 1 N°* 25 I Volume. J ,tr Printed and ?? by CORNELIUS POPE, ifi St JamesVStreet, Bath*. b.whom every Branch of the Printing Business is executed with the greateft Correanefs and Difpatch, on the moft reafonable Terms
18 June 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LonOon,, Junt 16,

LonOon,, Junt 16,

This <iay there waa a levee at St. James's, arid afterwards a cabinet council. > It is now fatd the parliament will break ?? the *sth fnftant^ It ii foid that his Grace the Duke of New- caftle will Caon be appointed to a diftin- guiihed poft in ihe adminiftration. Thia morning h
18 June 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ODE to VOLTAIRE. [Tranjlated from the French of the King of PruJJia.J BElieveme, friend, were I Voltaire, And led like

ODE to VOLTAIRE. [Tranjlated from the French of the King of PruJJia.J BElieveme, friend, were I Voltaire, And led like

him private life, competence alone my care, Nought elfe would yield a caufe for Strife. Let giddy Fortune fmile or frown for me : I'd fcorn her frowns and fmilis as well as he. I know what troubles vex the great, Have felt the duty moft fevere, To toil amidft the farce of State,
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland