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FA-slaty to, 1776. be Sold by Aation, by THOMAS Powat.t., Auftioneer, at Eaton Boat-Houle, on Monday the tath of February,

FA-slaty to, 1776. be Sold by Aation, by THOMAS Powat.t., Auftioneer, at Eaton Boat-Houle, on Monday the tath of February,

All the veuable HOUSHOLD FURNITURE, cunfilting of good Redheads and Hangings, Goole Feather-Reds and Redding, Chelts-ot-Drawers, Tables, Chain and Looking- Glaffes ; a large quantity of htna, and Drinking- Gtafes, with all Kinds of Kitchcn Furniture The Sale to begin .t ten o'Cl
13 February 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SOU T H WAL E S

SOU T H WAL E S

SOU H E Glamor:" ', William Hurft, of Gabalva, Flea.re. Breconpuc, Walter W.akins, of Llanelly, Radnor firt, Richard Davies, of Elq. Carmarthen, VVflliam Herbert Dyer, of Aberglafncy, Efquire. Pembroke, John Marries, Crygglafe\ Efquire. Cardigan, Edward Vaughan, Green Grove,
10 February 1776 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ESCAPED from JUSTICE.

ESCAPED from JUSTICE.

AN Information having been laid before the Reverend Dr. Fothcrgul, Vice-Chancellor the TMiverfity of Oxford, and one of his Majcdy’s juft ices of the Peace for the County of Oxford, agamft WILLIAM HYDK, of the Parllh of Htanton Bt. John, I.ahourer, for unlawfully lopping* otherw
10 February 1776 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tilt Daj puhhfi.i, frict to*. <d. half found, ANew SCHEME of SHORT HAND} being *n Improvement upon Mr, Umvs*sal English

Tilt Daj puhhfi.i, frict to*. <d. half found, ANew SCHEME of SHORT HAND} being *n Improvement upon Mr, Umvs*sal English

Short Hand. By the Reverend JOHN PALMER. London: Primed for J. Johnfon, No. 7*. St. P.ul’e Church-Vard: and fold W. Jackfon and J. Lirter, in Oxford} and all the Bookfellers and New»-Caiuers in Town and Country. The Monthly Reviewers give the following Account of this Work, in t
10 February 1776 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Humourous Defcription a Modern Head Dreftv By the Author of the New Bath Guide. A GAP like a bat, (Which

Humourous Defcription a Modern Head Dreftv By the Author of the New Bath Guide. A GAP like a bat, (Which

was once a cravat) Part gracefully platted and pinn'd is j Part ftuck upon gauze, Refembles mackaws, And all the fine birds of the Indies. But above all the reft, A-bold amazon's creft, Waves nodding from fhoulder to fhoulder; At once to And to ravifh all eyes, T© frighten and c
10 February 1776 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Peer

Peer

10 February 1776 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TANNERS BARK. TO he Sold to the higheft Bidder, on Monday the lath inQ. Bell'*, the Sign of the Seven

TANNERS BARK. TO he Sold to the higheft Bidder, on Monday the lath inQ. Bell'*, the Sign of the Seven

S*?» in tooiVshield*, between the Hoot* of One and Three o'Oock in the Afternoon, About TWENTY TONS; It will be low, and either in one or more Lott, the PutchaCert incline. Enquire at Hamilton and Rogerfon’t Office, on the Quay, NewcaDle; or Mr John Wallit, Shipbuilder, in South
10 February 1776 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, (Monday) February 12.

LONDON, (Monday) February 12.

The Call of the Houfe of Commons was fixed for this Day ; and other Bulinefs of vaft impor- tance was expected 'to be brought on. Saturday laft 100 Barrels of Porter were con- tracted for, and are ordered to be fhipped on Board the firft Ships for America. Letters from Halifax,
09 February 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 6

LONDON, Feb. 6

Laft night arrived a mail from Lifbon, which .y.is brought over by the Expedition packet, Capt. Robin- fon, after a fhort ?? of only fix days to Falmouth. This day Sir Stephen Theodore Janflen, Chamber- lain of this city, rcfigned his office at a Court of Al- dermen, and the ele
13 February 1776 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ODE.

ODE.

Amphora non meruit tarn prctiofa miri. WHENE'ER the cruel hand of death Untimely flops a fav'rite 's breath, Mufes in plaintive numbers tell How lov'd hi liv'd — how mourn'd he fell.— Catullus' wail'd his fparrow's fate, And Gray immortaliz'd his cat. Thrice tuneful bards! could
13 February 1776 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England