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Tuesday Night's Post.

Tuesday Night's Post.

The following Advices came a Mail from LD D. * From the London GAZETTE. Leghorn, 12. HIS day his Britannick M.ijefty's , frigate the Venus, (having on « board hi* Royal Highnefs the ❖"—-■fr Duke attended by 1 the Alarm, arrived in this Road. His Royal having very po-' Jitely dec
14 November 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
V , , Extract a letter from Bi wring ham, dated Aa». 11. " On Wednefday evening laft the three

V , , Extract a letter from Bi wring ham, dated Aa». 11. " On Wednefday evening laft the three

following jews were apprehended this town Sir John Fielding's men, viz. Aflier Wyld, Hyam Lazaras, and Mark Afliebury, who ilai.d by ihe confcfGon accomplice in London, of being concerned in late very extraordinary burglaries, well as in the murder committed at Mrs. Hutchins's a
21 November 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE. her FAS Ttirnpike-Road Iron. Pinchbeck, the • coin, d ll.ro the n the Peterborough and J*'* „ JO «n'Oi

LINCOLNSHIRE. her FAS Ttirnpike-Road Iron. Pinchbeck, the • coin, d ll.ro the n the Peterborough and J*'* „ JO «n'Oi

>♦«. • • the Peterborough d great Utility. Tharelor* • fucli Gentlemen and others, who U d«f °* of Demoting Road, held at the Old White Hart * on Wedncldav the day «!S . Three the Clock the 1 application to Parliament V the above pur pole.
21 November 1771 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
*. r-i M PATTI SON TINKLER, WATCH ««/ CLOCK-MAKER, 1,0 N 0 NJ Megs leant t» infirm the pMr, Tlat

*. r-i M PATTI SON TINKLER, WATCH ««/ CLOCK-MAKER, 1,0 N 0 NJ Megs leant t» infirm the pMr, Tlat

it tali tftati Ship i« the Market-pUct, (atcr the ' Am wick, "MAKES, Repairs, and Cleans, all forts, of .Reputing, Hotixontal, other and Clock,. , ... Thole who pleafe employ him, may depend their order* will be executed the heft Manner, he being determined to ufe hi* utmoft end
23 November 1771 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LET anJ euterta tn a t May-day nest. Well fituated FARM Rcdgap, withi'i fix miles of Stockton, in the countv

LET anJ euterta tn a t May-day nest. Well fituated FARM Rcdgap, withi'i fix miles of Stockton, in the countv

of Durham, eonhlhngof jjjacrcsof arable, meadow, and pafture Ground,, now in the occupation of Grace Wilkinlon, tenant, who will ihcw the prcmifes.—For farther particulars, apply to Mr John Hunter, of Croidale. N. B. 1 he above harm pays a fmail prcictiption for Corn and Hay Tit
23 November 1771 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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30 November 1771 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Pilgrin>ftrcct, Newcaftle upon , ‘-EMBER 16, 1771^ nßSftriition the Law nuift now decide nftlie Middl-fcx ; wee .idmitt.d Lord Mayo! 's cafe, that where the Privileges come- inciiknr.tlly liefore- Law, Juilges are- b-nind to de-tcnninc Mjjn them: Th- legality the’Middlefeoc tlecl
16 November 1771 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Saturday’s and Sunday’s Pofts. LONDON, Ocl. 23. PRIVATE letters from Holland, by ycftcrday's mail, fav.that they have jud received advice that the King of Pruffia is railing forces in every part of his dominions, from which it is conjectured, that his Majefty intends foon to dri
02 November 1771 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HOUSE s/L O R DS $/.1-fc-EHL ATf Di

HOUSE s/L O R DS $/.1-fc-EHL ATf Di

HOUSE O R DS $/.1-fc-EHL ATf THE debates ran high- upon that part Lord Townfliend’s fpcech, which charged the whole of the national misfoctnncs upon the fums which had been expended the improvements of thecountry. It was infilled, that they ought to alcribcd to tlielntc unconflit
02 November 1771 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) Nov. 9.

LONDON, (Saturday) Nov. 9.

Having frequently in Accountsfrom Sweden, had Occafion to mention a Swedifh Ton of Gold, the Value of which, is very little known in this Country, we are now able to inform our Readers that the Value of a Swedifh Ton of Gold is, as near as can be computed, 1667 Pounds Sterling.
15 November 1771 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England