Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 316 articles

An extract from Dr Smith's dissertation upon the nerves. [535.]

An extract from Dr Smith's dissertation upon the nerves. [535.]

An extract from Smith's dissertation upon the nerves. [535.] N treating of nervous difeafes, this author undertakes to fhew, that man 6 a compound being, made up of a *. material and an immaterial part having a necefiary and mutual dependence, connexion, and influence upon each o
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
*f 1) t» tf* hejl bidder, . * the Town-hoofe iri Stpckton. in (\ Cointjr Durham, NVtdiufil.y the ■V infk.

*f 1) t» tf* hejl bidder, . * the Town-hoofe iri Stpckton. in (\ Cointjr Durham, NVtdiufil.y the ■V infk.

n the 1 Umr» I our and Siam the Aft,rnoon, Two i rcehoUl )KS with rood Yard and CiartU-n.and other Convtnieiic.s Uehind he fan e, li'.i ate within the Borough Mockton afortf.id for Patticulrt, enquire of Mr D'Arcy o'.vl.f. Smtojiltt Seft. 5* 1768. The deed copartnership, hearing
5 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To the PUB L 1 C.

To the PUB L 1 C.

the PUB 1 C. WE whofe Names are underwritten beg leave to tiiform the Public, that we have open'd HOUSER plcafantly (ituated, about Mile dtflant from Ncwcaftlc, which have fitted up in elegant Manner, with every Accominodacion for the Reception LUNATICKS in genial opulent Chrcumf
5 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A M E R 1 C A.

A M E R 1 C A.

New-York, Sept. is. On laft Sunday his M*je- fiy's fh-p the Fowey, Mark Robinfon commander, arrived here from South Carolina, .»i»h two com- panif ? of the Royal American regiment. By this ihip we hear, (everal merchants of this city have - eceived confiderable fu-ns of money fr
2 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Yefterday Dr. Butler preached before -••hrs Majefty at St. James's ; afterwards there was a great Court and drawing room, and alio a Privy Council, which did not break up till near five o'clock. ' are well informed, that parri, Sir Amhurft was yefterday Court, to pay his complim
5 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BE SOLD, A Quantity of very fine Beans, Old at 29 s. per Quarter, now 'being in Sandwicn, to be

BE SOLD, A Quantity of very fine Beans, Old at 29 s. per Quarter, now 'being in Sandwicn, to be

paid for on Delivery pleafe apply to Mr. BenjaminSayer, c S and w ich. STOLEN or STRAYED, •h the October haft, from JOHN PLANE, at Linltead, ASURREL MARE, about Thirteen Hands and Half high, with a Ball "face, long Mane, and fwitch Tail: Whoever will give Information of the Mare
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

Saturday laft died Mifs Ram, daughter of Humphry Ram, of Kentheld, in the of Petham. Tuefday the St. Peter, a dogger, Joann Farnaw, mafter, from Lifbon, with .vine and fruit, was entirely loft on the Goodwin Sands ; and it is apprehended the mailer and crew periftied. Wednefday
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SMITHFIELD, Nov. 7.

SMITHFIELD, Nov. 7.

Beef per lb. Veal Mutton Pork
5 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
.* i.•,«....i* joe ur, no I 11 vi il.

.* i.•,«....i* joe ur, no I 11 vi il.

.* i. ?? i* joe ur, no I 11 vi il. OLD friend, accept at once from me, The following rules without a fee : An adhmais your cafe, I think, Take care then what you eat or drink. Tafrc not of meat preferv'd in fait ; Or any liquor made of malt ; From feafoti'd fauce avert your eyes,
1 November 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
City, NOTI C is hereby given, That General Meeting the Co-pa.tncis til the 1 f\- OFFICE will he held si

City, NOTI C is hereby given, That General Meeting the Co-pa.tncis til the 1 f\- OFFICE will he held si

the Guild-lull in the f « itv Ml the Bth of November, Ten •'Clock the lorcnoon, putfuant the licks Co-partnei Ship, By Order cf tht Director!, WILLIAM ricrk. ' MR. D LA MAIN has opened Public DANCING-SCHOOL for Young Gentlemen"and Laui.es at his Houfc in Wtflgatt'Strtet, B A H,
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England