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IRISH STATE'-LOTTERY, 1782. Begins Drawing the 24th of dime. Ti/TESSRS. RICHARDSON GOODIV LUCK, rcfpedlfully acquaint the Public, That they have

IRISH STATE'-LOTTERY, 1782. Begins Drawing the 24th of dime. Ti/TESSRS. RICHARDSON GOODIV LUCK, rcfpedlfully acquaint the Public, That they have

no Connexion whatever with any other Office in London, except their Old Offices in the Bank-Buildings, Cornhill, and facing the Kir.g's-Mews, Charing-Crofs, where the Tickets in the Irilh State-Lottfcry are fold and divided into Half, Quarter, Eighth, and Sixteenth Shares, on th
21 May 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
kle BLOCK TIN, a-new Conflni£tion, rC'commer.ded Officers in the Navy and Army, and Families furriifhing Hcufes. HUGH JONES, at his

kle BLOCK TIN, a-new Conflni£tion, rC'commer.ded Officers in the Navy and Army, and Families furriifhing Hcufes. HUGH JONES, at his

Wholefale and Retail Manufactory, No. 98, New-Bond-Street, very near Oxford- Street, London, from the great Encouragement he has received, rcfpedtfully acquaints the Public, that has now ftnifiled large Aflbitment the above KITCHEN FURNITURF,- may be had in complete Sets, at Ten
21 May 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
, May 19th, 178-2. TOWNSHIP HUNSLET, Within the Borough L E Military Ailbciation. Public Abetting of the Gentlemen, Freeholder r,

, May 19th, 178-2. TOWNSHIP HUNSLET, Within the Borough L E Military Ailbciation. Public Abetting of the Gentlemen, Freeholder r,

a:td Inhabitants NSLET, held at. the fry, i» Purfuance of Notice give* in Time cf Divine Service, the following Refolutions were agreed to : , 1. That we difapprove the Schnne of a Military AJfo ciation, as recommended Lord Sbelburne, and think it unconfitutional and dangerous.
21 May 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
This Day is pub lifted, Dedicated to CHARLES LUCAS, M. ice js. '1 Eleventh Edition. A New TREATISE on the

This Day is pub lifted, Dedicated to CHARLES LUCAS, M. ice js. '1 Eleventh Edition. A New TREATISE on the

VENEREAL DISEASE, Onanifm, Weaknefles, &c. &c. and Methods of Cure. By J* ->MYTH, M. D. and Man-Midwife. this Worka plain and fatisfadtofy Account given the above Diforders, and their confequwtt Complaints from improper Treatment. r l herein the Reader is alfo infoimetl of two M
21 May 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DIED.] Dr. Solander, F.R.S. of a (troke of the palfy. At Marwood, near Barnftaple in Devonfhire, the Rtv. Mr Richard

DIED.] Dr. Solander, F.R.S. of a (troke of the palfy. At Marwood, near Barnftaple in Devonfhire, the Rtv. Mr Richard

Harding, redfor of that parifh—the fathtr of thediocele, and as an incumbent, probably the kingdom. ---Mr Harding was inltituted to the retrory of Marwood in june 1714 —furvived many his fucceflors—and died about the age 96. The living, worth upwards ot J. in the gift St. John's
21 May 1782 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RETROSPECT.

RETROSPECT.

The following are fome of the popular topics which hive engaged the good people this country, and aflifted the vapours of the gloomy month November, for the laft fifteen years: the Boftonians refufed drink their tea, and many people then thought they quartelled with then bread a
28 November 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
To Brethren the Bifenters in tbe Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. Gentlemen, I Moft heartily with, that the arguments which

To Brethren the Bifenters in tbe Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. Gentlemen, I Moft heartily with, that the arguments which

have made ufe of, in the circle of acquaintance, bad been fufficient to have diffuaded them from joining in the prei'ent affociation, for obtaining the repeal ot tne corporation and Teii Act* 'uut although the well-meant advice of an old man has been loft upon individuals, fome
28 November 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
QETS CORNE Nt G M A. prying wits, and learned lend A gracious ear,, your anxious thoughts unbend From other

QETS CORNE Nt G M A. prying wits, and learned lend A gracious ear,, your anxious thoughts unbend From other

things, while I my tale relate, Fori m ancient, and of modem date. was with Adam in the happy grove, The feat of happinefs and love, With Noah in the ark, I fkimm'd the waves, Wde numbers funk below in wat'ry graves When Ifraei from bondage went, fat * < Guided by fire by night,
28 November 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
_a and Orders tor d»> ar~"'" . . ». ~ in this Chronicle, may fee that their near St. Paul's,

_a and Orders tor d»> ar~"'" . . ». ~ in this Chronicle, may fee that their near St. Paul's,

London; at whofe Office it is regularly filed; where Gentlemen :„ r„..,r, ,a , Fleet-ftwetj the Chapter Coffee-houfe j Seal's Coffa-houfc and Inns London, every .Saturday Korninit fer^?'" Vaults, Newport-ftrwt, Newport-market: the White Horfe! Fetter » Covent Garden Queen's Head
28 November 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
GENERAL MEETING OF PROTEST ANT DISSENTERS. Nov. 45,1789. , AT a meeting-of the PROTESTANT DISSENTERS of the County Norfolk and

GENERAL MEETING OF PROTEST ANT DISSENTERS. Nov. 45,1789. , AT a meeting-of the PROTESTANT DISSENTERS of the County Norfolk and

City of Norwich, held this day, for the purpofe of deliberating upon meafures proper to bepurfued for obtaining a Repeal of the Corporation and Teft Acts, at. the Maid's Head inn, the city of Norwich, ELIAS NORGATE, Efq. in the chair, RESOLUTIONS paffed unanimoufly : I. We confi
28 November 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England