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Wants a Place,

Wants a Place,

AYou . n . g . Man, who uncicrilands Book-N.eep , ng in the Italian hlethad, and has beim in a Grover and fileker's Slums.. and will undertake Place of a St. ward, ur any other Bufinal which renuires Trigonometry and Arithenetick, gee. N.B. Any - Gentleman applying to the Printe
19 July 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold by Ate At the tioure of William Hilton, bciog the, Sin of the Aneel in the County

To be Sold by Ate At the tioure of William Hilton, bciog the, Sin of the Aneel in the County

of tfhefiett upon Tueftlay the 9th Day of Augult nor, between of Two and Fin in the Afternoon, in the Lots and fubjeit to the Conditions then and there to produced, following Shares of Mines of Copper and Lead (that is to f,y) In ENGLAND: One-eighth in a Lead Mine called Havei-a
19 July 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS JOST now ?? ?? EqJM *J Darling Bookfeller at the head of Skinner's- ciofe, Edinburgh, V O L [J

ADVERTISEMENTS JOST now ?? ?? EqJM *J Darling Bookfeller at the head of Skinner's- ciofe, Edinburgh, V O L [J

M E. 111. The HISTORY OF THE CHURCH and STATE ol SCOTLAND FROM THE Accession of K. Charle* L ro the Restora- tion ot X.. Charles 11. Colleifted from the public records. Mr. Baillie's letrers, and other writings of that time. By Andrew Stevenson Wr'ter in Edinburgh. Sublciioers w
13 July 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS THERE is to be SOLD, hy public roup, by warranrof the Sheriff ot F.dinHnrtjh, upon Tiiurfday next, the 21ft

ADVERTISEMENTS THERE is to be SOLD, hy public roup, by warranrof the Sheriff ot F.dinHnrtjh, upon Tiiurfday next, the 21ft

of July, 1768 years, at Heriot's Gardens, ?? nburgh, . The WHOLE FRUITS growing .hero, confiftingof a Jarge quantity of Apples and Pears of the beft kinds, being tbe growth of 200 trees > a !--rge quantity of Gooseberries and Currans* very fine, of all kinds, and the profi. s of
16 July 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Pric£s of Grain at Haddikgtok Tuly 8.

Pric£s of Grain at Haddikgtok Tuly 8.

Fiiil. Second. Third. Wheat 2 1 od. "t *Os. od. 19s. _.d Bear 16 o \ tj 2 14 6 Oats 11 o j 10 2 9 4 Peafe 12 6118 10 8
11 July 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

They write from Lisbon, that advice hid heen received ofa violent fhock of an earthquake having been felt it Grand Para, in the attended with confiderabie damage. They wr te from Genoa "of the 2Sth ult. that a courier art ived there that day from Paris, with the ratification of
2 July 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraft cf a letter from Charleflown, South Caro-.lina, dated May 13.

Extraft cf a letter from Charleflown, South Caro-.lina, dated May 13.

Extraft cf a letter from Charleflown, South Caro- lina, dated May 13. " The upper Cherokee towns are greatly baraf- fed by fcvcr.il parties of Indians, from the Ohio and i'-liffiflippi, who kill every body they meet with, whether white men or Indians. "The fame letters add, tiiat
20 July 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INTELLIGENCE BXTR ..ORDINARY

INTELLIGENCE BXTR ..ORDINARY

Cowni-Gnrden. The Proprietors of this The- atre fecm determined to go through a regular Courfe of Shakefpearr. The Nrw Cmafaay of MelT. H. and R. opened the Houie laft Week with the Temptjl: They aie alf. getting up Love's La- bour Left, ?? Two GENTLEMriN of Verona, tbe ?? Night
2 July 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Cork, June 20. Yeflerday Capt. M'Clea ar- rived here in the Chicherter, from Cadiz, and advifes, that the Ship Farmer, Capt. Ivory, from Philadelphia to Cadiz, with Wheat, was loft the 20th of May laft, on the Scipeyony Rock. All ihe Crew, and a fmall Part of the Cargo were lave
2 July 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
D E R B V, June 3d. ,

D E R B V, June 3d. ,

Tuefday Night iaft; as Widow Morely, of Chaddefdeii near this Towh, was Handing by a Tree looking at a Company playing at Bowls, a Bowl, beirfg turn'd by fome unlucky Accident ?? Its Bias, ran up the Tree, and falling on her Head, wounded her in fuch a Manner, that notwith (land
1 July 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England