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i» da SOLO.

i» da SOLO.

A Good SECURITY for Four Haodred Poonds. upon the Tiro pike Hoad, leading from Saudcilrnd near the Sea to the City OaHiam r The Incctaft i* Pout and Half per Cent., paid tcgolarly e»«>y Halt Year. * Hracnat ot the A* of fat lament •*», lad teSon, obtained for si Tern, fiem the i
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Mirket, ly MTarAiall, 6'Jtcl»er, ini bieJ Mr ArcbbolJ, in land The firlt weightd 24 lb. per Quarter, and had of

Mirket, ly MTarAiall, 6'Jtcl»er, ini bieJ Mr ArcbbolJ, in land The firlt weightd 24 lb. per Quarter, and had of

Tallow in it;'and the Lamb, tho’young, Weighed 161 lb, A Sight fo uocontmon drew a Tall Concouife of People, who declared they ne»er law any Thing equal them. NEWCASTLE RACES. Monday, the Noblemen and Gentlemen’s Swctpllakes, of ao Guineas each. Half-forfeit, was won by Mr Stanh
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Yellerday Konn Mr Cleaver, Mr Ceorre Chapman, a icpuihle, Lutcher this City, and iiliarn Collifon; Labourer, belonging to the Earl

Yellerday Konn Mr Cleaver, Mr Ceorre Chapman, a icpuihle, Lutcher this City, and iiliarn Collifon; Labourer, belonging to the Earl

of Carlifl;, w«rre in a field looking Sheep there happen'd much Lighteniilg, attended with Jnud Claps {'aod they going into little at Slir.glby Barn, to fiicitcr Irom the Rain that followed, wcic all (liock down by the Lightening. full two wire not much hurt, but the two latter
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

To SOLD, Good FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or TINCMCNT, (onCftini of fix Fite Kooms, a Shop, Cellar, Itahehoule, Wo'klhop. Stable, t»o Garrets, feveral other Coovenicncies, all (il good Repair, lituate in the tore Street, in Hexham, andnow tenanted Mr William lie!) and Manhe-v Lamb. ——For f
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THOMAS JACKSON and SON,.<t .Beg Leave to inform the Public,

THOMAS JACKSON and SON,.<t .Beg Leave to inform the Public,

THOMAS JACKSON and SON, <t .Beg Leave to inform the Public, THAT TURLINGTON'S Original BAtSAIV. of LIFE is prepared ar.d fold by them, at their Medi- clilal Warehdufe iri Fleet-Market, London; or by thofethef ; appoint in Country-Towns to vend the fame 5 Price 3 s. M. the Bottle,
24 June 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ELISABETH RAYNER, Milliner, BEGS Leave to acquaint the ToWJt and Neighborhood of Faverfham, that has opened new Shop, near the.Market'

ELISABETH RAYNER, Milliner, BEGS Leave to acquaint the ToWJt and Neighborhood of Faverfham, that has opened new Shop, near the.Market'

place, which Ihe has Hocked with Variety Articles, of the neweft Fafhion Thofe who will favor her with their Commands may de; pend on being well ferved, at the low eft Prices, their obedient Servant, E. RAYNER: To be LET and entered upon Michaelmas, ALL that MESSUAGE TENEMENT Co
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, 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
 
For the KENTISH GAZETTE.. OnaHead-ftone St. Dunftan'sChureh-vard* HEARKEN, young; ye hoary fires, attend;- Hear, all who breathe, the allies of

For the KENTISH GAZETTE.. OnaHead-ftone St. Dunftan'sChureh-vard* HEARKEN, young; ye hoary fires, attend;- Hear, all who breathe, the allies of

a friend? To you theyfpeak, on you, benign, they call} Heirs of the tomb, ami partners of the fall* Return, they cry, to earth, return again, bids who made, nor mocks the fons of meO* But can you view, andcanyouthoughtleb-icad This kind alarm, this fummons from the dead? Can you
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Arrived the .Mails from Holland.

Arrived the .Mails from Holland.

From the London Papers, June 20. Florence, Alay 18. They write from Leghorn, that it is very certain that two of the crew of the French polacre which arrived there lately with the Tripoiine Envoy going to Holland, died daring the paflage. Notwithftanding this circumstance the Bo
25 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Bofion, Juue 6. Ths day the CommiiTioners for dividing the Eight Hundred Fen, met at Bofton, to take the luft claims of the Proprietors in the faid Fens. The Commoners and others, to a very large number, aflembled together, and went to JSoilon ,- on their entrance into the town,
25 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland