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COUNTRY-NEWS.

COUNTRY-NEWS.

Gloucefter, July 4. On Thurfday that great and learned divine, Dr. Atwell, of the Prebendaries ibis Cathedral, had a paralitic Jlrtkt and is now given over by bis phyficians. bherborne, July 4* Sunday morning the the Mr. John Couch, Tyerdreath Cot nwall, was found dead bis bed a
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, July 11.

LONDON, July 11.

is that that of London, will at Br.ftol, Liverpool, and other places of great trade. Friday night a number of the who had been concerned in many riots in Shadwell, Wapping, &c. were lodged in New Pr len, they woe taken mtles from Coventry, eicorted party light ihe r'h in.Un: die
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wesdnesday Nights Post.

Wesdnesday Nights Post.

LONDON, July Y write from Leghorn, T notvv 'landing the of <S-.y. thc rench cruizers, theCorficanj A/* .AX find to plentifully p.ied with al» kinds of military and n«val ilores import.d chitfly in Dutch bottoms. is rumoured, that the t a capital port the Mediterranean, fc»« been
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
r- June ?S. HIS is to give Notice, that on ucld.y UK, oh n Lo*e, lli.s Law, Servant in Hutbandry

r- June ?S. HIS is to give Notice, that on ucld.y UK, oh n Lo*e, lli.s Law, Servant in Hutbandry

to Mr. John Allatr, Grazier of near Lou:h, the Loun»y Lincoln, did unlawfully, and without Caufe, and fun away from his (aid ce. Whoever will apprehend the ("aid John Lowe, or Law, ana give proper Notice where may be found, (hall leceive the Sum two Guineas, fiom John Matt. N. B
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Fridays and Sunday Nights Ports.

Fridays and Sunday Nights Ports.

following Mviccs came by Mails from Holland and France Leghorn, in Jtaljt June IT is rumoured here that a letter has been intercepted from the Doge of Genoa to the Prime Minifter of France, relative the prefent invafion Corfica ; this letter faid to written in cyphers of extraor
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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ANECDOTE.

ANECDOTE.

MR. Wilkes, when a very young M«n» Candidate for (he Town iierwck upon Tweed, and not being returned, preferred Petition to (he Com suns. Mr. Campbell accepted retaining tec of Guineas (his Cauie Jull before was (o come on in the H.>ule, Mr. ' Campbell lent Word (hat could not p
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Tuesday Night's Post.

Tuesday Night's Post.

the following Advices 'cam ly Mail from Holland. 9 M it: Peland, 'June 18. day beforeyeilerday advice was t brou here, that the Ruflians *§* ~ beaten the Confederates of Great Poland, ander the command of (he Sicur Raydnirlki, in number about three thcu.'and, part whom had into
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, July 9.

LONDON, July 9.

LONDON, July 9 . By a arrived in town from Bombay cane heme in the Earl cf Middle/ex EaJ}-1 r.diatnan *we are informed, that a ion * jldurable quantity oftrea/ure, in gold andjilvi f 'Z ' i 'J'" ,1 \ pteee, beet iug eeeeeeeeve teeiebim eel ", J°{ * ia J> J»PP'Jed" teeve { Tit'/ a
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
TH Subfcription Stamford, be Stamford, will be on tn« 19th of this ioftantjuly. This Daj is publiJbeJ, Being new engraved,

TH Subfcription Stamford, be Stamford, will be on tn« 19th of this ioftantjuly. This Daj is publiJbeJ, Being new engraved,

printed fine Paper, ji riml , n *! Price only Six-Pbncs, uij r *. Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholder* of the County Middlesex, and the Liverymen ot London who voted tor Mr. wn.fca«,and toali the Sons Lissrty, English libertyEubi.fhed; or, A for Print of John WiJltes, The undaunte
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
On the Abuses committed in our Laws.

On the Abuses committed in our Laws.

Mark what unvary'd Laws preferve each State, I.aws wile as nature, and as Fate, * vain thy Reafon fir.ei Webs draw, intantjle Juflice in her Net Law, And Right too rigid harden into wrong ; Still for the too weak, the weak too itrong. Pope's Essay on Man. the ftate of nature, wi
14 July 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England