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INTELLIGKNCK £X CH \Oi\ulS/Ol I

INTELLIGKNCK £X CH \Oi\ulS/Ol I

WE hear that the Wild Beaft, wlicii fom •', fince made fnch ravage in the Gev.iudan, and ;j untrtiely fatd to have been killed, uade his r'c.t from thence, and by fo-iie mea. is : >r other gor a England, where he is now playmg hs r.i tricks. Hewas feen to trav^rfe St. Geor«r's f
25 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, June 23

LONDON, June 23

This Day at Noon was performed before thuir Majefties and the Koyal Family, the following Ode, written by William Whitehead, Efq; Poet Laureat, and fet ?? by Dr. Boyce, Mafter of the King's Band of Muficians. ODE /»r Hit MAJESTY'S Birth Day, "June 21., 1765. PREPARE, prepare you
25 June 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

Wirceftr June 23. Laft Monday Thomas Johnfon was committed to our County Gaol, charged, with breaking and entering the Dwcll- ?? of the Rev. Mr. Cafl'ey, of Norton, near Evclham, with intent to rob the faid Hou-e. At Brignorth lad Week, the 501. for Four- years-olds was won by M
25 June 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY-NEWS.

COUNTRY-NEWS.

WCamtrifa June 17. On Sunday lift the Mr. Aflcew, Fellow of Emanuel, and the Rev. Mr. Fovargue, Fellow of St. John's College, were by the admitted to the Degree BacheJor n Divinity. 'I he fair,eday Mr. fher, Trin:tv College. wa< admitted the Degree cf Arts; Mr. Brooke, Queers Co
23 June 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
This 4•THA" It nom • •

This 4•THA" It nom • •

This nom IT Mr. THOM. The great! TONIAN M fary to expatii fall: approve. Thofe who Gentlemen, r and obliging' Any Fami Letten dire& warden, will N. B. Th flancet of th n to real r as with fuitAbl( hereof. ED? At the Queen TA; he in a Continuat ways b na that will be ' ,Colours, a
28 June 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the PUBLIC.

To the PUBLIC.

WE whole Names are underwritten oeg leave inform the that we l' a y open’d a HOUSE, plcafamly fituated, about a Mile dill.ml from Newcaflle, which have fitted up an elegant Manner, with every Accommodation tor the Reception of LUNATICKS in gntetl or opulent Circumftances: In thi
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
London, &c. Saturday, 'June 18. Morning;, shout Qu rtcr « Wilkes cair.e into the Ccu.t King's-Bench; ami after l ourt

London, &c. Saturday, 'June 18. Morning;, shout Qu rtcr « Wilkes cair.e into the Ccu.t King's-Bench; ami after l ourt

S ? J l '“ ■ £lx£d. **i'*&i*ifi itr enlar n the m-ili;;.!;- rr* and dingercus it .i.-. Publications **ir. % had been J, proceeded jounce t!ie C ov.it for the Kc nubiicuit if North-Biiiois, No, 45, in Vtiuro*.#, (< O • which t’u.n lbafat..l C.'i'ies beplinted for public Salt) fli
25 June 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
S U F F O L K.

S U F F O L K.

S U F F L K. Neitr a?te.H here - -And bil Night f > >' For the yearly Benefit ol Mr. and Mrs. • ' iV.. j. Slfc akT» lioiiMlie i- lie At't'-xttr . AT the Theatre aMe ■, Monday, June ih< ii, ’•■i.. ■ , ■ ■■ 1 ■" *; Comic Upeia, |»'i (i iur,. -t iht ii- ..e .Kt; j* Oatdert with prne
25 June 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
A:, S' ■ H ■; Sii CH Ml., with Harntfj ccmphat, and •,< ye -.r-oM COST.

A:, S' ■ H ■; Sii CH Ml., with Harntfj ccmphat, and •,< ye -.r-oM COST.

A:, S' ■ ■; Sii Ml., with Harntfj ccmphat, and •,< -.r-oM COST. l.e i N c i i. ii, rt’.r I>. r, in SufV'j »"G' 4 ,\Jei j3ge ar.J eight Lar. A l-.ee p..t C'h- . Fci t‘i nli l‘a ■ ■ tr-iui c' Me- Ch*. Bißney cf -.x N. Une of the M.:lu..ge. is a w.ll accofiome 1 Busin- H.n'l.-, il r
25 June 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.

LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.

Voltaire's Princefs of BABYLON. from our laft.] phenix wis quite charmed with what he heard from this nobleman he told him, that tho' he had lived twenty-feveii thoufand nine hundred years and feven months in this world, he had never any thing like it. He then enquired after his
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England