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Wednesday's Post.

Wednesday's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Westminster, June HIS day his came 0» the l'ccrs, when the! l T* ou^c Commons being Tent for, and come thither accordingly, his Majelly was ,0 ' vc ,he Rcyal - A£l for granting to his Majelly a certain fum money out of the finking fund and for applying c
15 June 1772 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Maxims and Reflections recommended to the con- Jiderctfiott of the Ladies, By Friend to them. WHEN woman is plea fed

Maxims and Reflections recommended to the con- Jiderctfiott of the Ladies, By Friend to them. WHEN woman is plea fed

with flutery, is not with die flatterer. She may proceed from this hitn marks, though innocent, her and it highly probable, not abfoUutrly certain, 'hat the hufhand who fees man complimenting his wife, and fees that is favourite with Iftr, will titreafy. he comes to an explanati
15 June 1772 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
LIST of FAIRS, from Dec. 6, to Dec. 13, within the Circuit of this Paper. Dec. 8. Leicejler— Cattle of

LIST of FAIRS, from Dec. 6, to Dec. 13, within the Circuit of this Paper. Dec. 8. Leicejler— Cattle of

all Kinds, &c. It. Brackley— Ditto. ix. Kimbolton^-D'iXiQ .
06 December 1779 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
HOUSE of LORDS.

HOUSE of LORDS.

Wedtttfday, March 17. Committee, went through and ported the Militia Pay Bill, • Pafled the Lottery Bill. *i Rcad a rcat of Road and Inclofure BiUs> Lord Effingham made fome obfervations on the Loan Bill, which was read third time. The order of th? day being then read, Mr. Evere
22 March 1779 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Fielding and «-no &C this Paper arc tak« in V '.'■ ' V . ' v....^ ftSSSr^ ¥ . nf

Fielding and «-no &C this Paper arc tak« in V '.'■ ' V . ' v....^ ftSSSr^ ¥ . nf

RriAlrAt! j 9 IsiCYf Schoolmaltei, •'+m Lambeet ■■« • f 2\,Ptt€Tsjitld Mr* rSST' A nd u l 1 Mr - atTitcbJieU. R«IJ sSSfelkr^S # Bookfefc r ' Mr. Pirtch, Book feller, Am. Mr p",N J, • , - Mr. Stapley, at a»tfasKsw&r- .•/. »g» I '- • «*• c ""™. •»»■>»• °"«»' &y „. H1
22 March 1779 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
A Every number of the following Work, 6d. each) will coritain near a Three Shilling volume in quantity, and fom.

A Every number of the following Work, 6d. each) will coritain near a Three Shilling volume in quantity, and fom.

times conrk'erabiy more, the imeiciting Hidories, Adventures, Memoirs, and other Novels, printed on with a new and molt beautiful type, contrived for tois publication, and caft .n«e-nious Mr. Caflun; embcllifhed with a truly elegant and original copper-plate, that approved mafic
25 October 1779 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Time High Water Southampton, the enduing Week. Morn. After. j Morn. I After. h. m. h. m.'\ h. m. b.

Time High Water Southampton, the enduing Week. Morn. After. j Morn. I After. h. m. h. m.'\ h. m. b.

m. at at Tucf. at o 4ljSat. 3 55 Wedn. at 30 57j ISur.d. Oct. 56 Thu:T. at
25 October 1779 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
I E This Day it publijbed, . bound, • The Sixth Edition of VERY MAN His Gum GARDENER : Being

I E This Day it publijbed, . bound, • The Sixth Edition of VERY MAN His Gum GARDENER : Being

a much more complete GARDENERS -than any one hitherto puUifl(ei. Containingnot only a circumftar rial" Account of what Work is necellary to be done in the Hot-Houfe, Gree*:-f oure, Kitchen, Shrub bery, Flower, and Fruit Gardens, for every Month in the Year, but alfo plain and am
05 September 1774 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Dtcificn of the Court of Ki»g"s Bench, in the cafe rf\ Mr. ORNE. ' k TJEFORE nine o'clock Monday morning

Dtcificn of the Court of Ki»g"s Bench, in the cafe rf\ Mr. ORNE. ' k TJEFORE nine o'clock Monday morning

the Jt3 court was fo ci that was with great difficulty that even the could get admittance. About eleven o'clock, Earl Mansfield, with the Judges Willes-, and Afhhurftcame into court. In the fame Mr. Home entered, accompanied by his attorney, and Itood before 'the bench. After a
01 December 1777 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
A GREYHOUND LOST. ON Tuefday evening, or Wednefday morning, a hare coloured wire haired Greyhound Bitch was ioft. She is

A GREYHOUND LOST. ON Tuefday evening, or Wednefday morning, a hare coloured wire haired Greyhound Bitch was ioft. She is

remarkably thin made, has a long neck and head, fmutty nofe and mouth, the top her black, with a flcfhy uft above it, a white under her throat, off leg white half way down to the foot, all white feet and very long toes, her tail fmutty with a white tip, and anfwers to the name o
01 December 1777 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England