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To be Lett, and enter'd upon immediately.

To be Lett, and enter'd upon immediately.

APlcai'ant and neat D-ve II i -Mo fe, tour RooirlS Floor, next Kliftg Church, tour Miles Irortl Southainptoti ; with large tiarilen in g.soU ttreier, actable, houfc, and Piece ot' dry Meadoxv Laud, alxoac three Acres, *~P-n* qixivc ot' Mi'. Kent, on the- .spot. The ' iluaunn is
29 June 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
P K 1 C Is Sot C O R N at Drvizrs Market.

P K 1 C Is Sot C O R N at Drvizrs Market.

K 1 Is O N at Drvizrs Market. Wheat 3’, oop. 3*, B*. Barley 31s. od, 345, od. Oats 12s. 245. Beans il. to il, as. Pcatc oi 00s. to 01. ot. Vatches 00s. to 00s. per Quarter. PRICES of LORN Salisbury Market. Wheat »gs. od. 31s. od. per Sack. Barley 31s. od. to Oar s -os. oJ. to aas
29 June 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The A . .1 '' THAT the HABITATION, fqaare I A ' * ftern’d Sloop, about 40 Tons Burden, well

The A . .1 '' THAT the HABITATION, fqaare I A ' * ftern’d Sloop, about 40 Tons Burden, well

rigged and lately repaired, ts to be y/,m fold by publick Roup in the Houfe of \ George Riddals in Portfoy on Monday the 6th Day of July next. The Sloop to be fecn Portfoy any Day before Roup, and the Conditions of Sale • hand# of Robertfod and Company Merchants there. To be fet
29 June 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
[NUMB. 1530.)

[NUMB. 1530.)

29 June 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The following BOOKS and MEDICINES are fold the Printer of this Paper, And may had of the Men who carry

The following BOOKS and MEDICINES are fold the Printer of this Paper, And may had of the Men who carry

the fame LenJort, November THave appointed Jos Em Printer, in my Agent for die Sale of my MEDICINES in that Town And Places adjacent, and at fuch otlier Places where his News-Paper Circulates : All Shopkeepers and others, i n the County of Lancajhri ma J' lupplicd with them the
30 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"■ SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADYERTISEM KN TS, and Letters oi' lntelligence, arc taken in at the' Printing-Office ac JSizv-Strtet End • w

"■ SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADYERTISEM KN TS, and Letters oi' lntelligence, arc taken in at the' Printing-Office ac JSizv-Strtet End • w

"" * ' where -PA /A f'iiVG in all its Branches, is pcrform'd in the ncauft Manner, and at the loweft Prir.es.
30 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Monday’s and Tuesday’s Posts.

Monday’s and Tuesday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 17. Whitehall, June 2,7. '~pHE King his been pieafed to grant unto Robert Ralph Foley, of Thorpe Lee in the County of Surry, and the Heirs Male of his Body lawfully begotten, the Dignity of Baronet of the Kingdom of Great Britain. Bankrupt. Catharin
30 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
No Mails this bolL

No Mails this bolL

From tbs London Papers, J-i f '" -_ • "■iilr td. May 29 r"i VIE Pone bath written a letter to his Catl.o- fj lie JVbj-ftv, exhorting h* i 10 make ufe of his good offices his riches, an J his forces, in fa- vo-ir of his brethren in Chrift, againft the op- ?? of the diffident s in
29 June 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Saturday’s and Sunday’s Posts.

Saturday’s and Sunday’s Posts.

From the Evening Ports and Daily Papers, June 15. LONDON, June £.\traft of a Letter from Bridge-Town in Barbados, dated April 14. "AT half after fix this Morning we had a violent Shock of an Earthquake, which was followed by a very great Flux and Reflux the Sea, much like that w
30 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Lett, and enter'd upon immediately, A Good Accuftomed Dye-Houfe, completely fitted with Fats, and the ufual Implements neccfiary

To be Lett, and enter'd upon immediately, A Good Accuftomed Dye-Houfe, completely fitted with Fats, and the ufual Implements neccfiary

for the carrying on of the Dying Trade, together with a Perching Mill, Mill, and an Indigo Mill, turn'd by Water; and alio a large Screw Profs, for the Purpofc Woollen Cloth and Shalloons. A convenient Dwelling Houfe and Stable, may had (if required) with the above which arc Hut
30 June 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England