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L ONDO N.

L ONDO N.

Fy a letter from Charles-Town, South Carolina, tinted Nov. 2.;, brought by the Polly, which arrived ye- fterday from Georgia, we have tbe following advices : Major Cunningham, who has been raifing men for fome time in the back fettlements on government account, bad. got together
12 February 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BAPTISTE

BAPTISTE

Mr. PRESENTS his mat refpettl ul ConTrment, to his Friends in particular, and the Ladles and Gentlemen of Nantwich in general, ..ncl begs Lease to inform them, that he puipoi,:s opcnizig his Dancing School at Nantwich. on fhorlday theVath of Mach. , where he hopes to be honoured
13 February 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Feb. be Let. asd epos i A good Dwelling-Houle and Stable. Situate in 9lppin's-Lane. in this City. For further Partsculara

Feb. be Let. asd epos i A good Dwelling-Houle and Stable. Situate in 9lppin's-Lane. in this City. For further Partsculara

apply . to Mr. Allen, in Northgate-ttreet, or Mr. Ledtkaan. in Bridge-them
13 February 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
T I M B E R.

T I M B E R.

TO be Sold by Auaion, on Wednefday the Day of February, 1776, between the Hours of Three and Five of the Ch ek in the Afternoon, at the Dwelling-Houk of Dorothy Jones, Widow, known by the Sign of the White-Lyon, fituate in the Town of Machynlieth, in the County of Montgomery, in
13 February 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday's Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday's Posts.

Flora flic LONDON GAZETTE. February 6. £t. James's, February jfL CHERIFfS appointed hit Mrjelty ia Council lot the Year <S. Chcfltire, Jolm Aflley, DuckenCe'd, Efq. Da fin ic, Tboruhill, or Derby, Efq. Noitinghamfhire, Abel Sn.iih, the Younger, Bui cote, Eft}. OaforcUhite, Oldfi
13 February 1776 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wednefday and Thurfday's Posts.

Wednefday and Thurfday's Posts.

Arrived n Mail from Flanders. Parit, Jan. 29. Letter from Caen gives the fol- lowing account of the earth- quakes which were felt there on tnc 3 ot-- °* December at thirty- two minutes after ten in the moin'ng- Thefliockswere prc- feni bled the halty driving of carnages. This no
13 February 1776 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOOKS SELLING CHEAP. SLEACKOi T. Booklcller, at Charing-Crofs, London, Leave to inform the Public in general, that has this Day

HOOKS SELLING CHEAP. SLEACKOi T. Booklcller, at Charing-Crofs, London, Leave to inform the Public in general, that has this Day

bis CATALOGUE for 1776; being a capital Collection formed by feveral late valuable Purchafes, which is that of the Rev. SAM. HAMERSLEY, late Rector Chakenden, Oafirdflvre. The Branches Learning it conflfts of are too numerous particularife but it may bcfafely aliened, tint in th
10 February 1776 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Thursday Night's Post.

Thursday Night's Post.

GAZETTE. the Court at St. James's, the qth day of February, Milt ' ese n t, The KING's Moft ExcellcntMajefty in Council. appointed by His Majelly in Council w "or the year 1776. Chejhire, John Aitley, of Efq. c.fh Thornhill, of Derby, Efq. Thomas Jclf Powys, of Berwick, Efq. Wil
12 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Last Tuesday night arrived in town from Amciica, after paflageof days, Mr. Henry Kellie, Co!. Di'- rymple, and Lieut, Harrifon

Last Tuesday night arrived in town from Amciica, after paflageof days, Mr. Henry Kellie, Co!. Di'- rymple, and Lieut, Harrifon

of the navy. They biing lome advices importance. The two have been with the miniftry, and have given accounts which alarm them exceedingly. —The laft hai been with Lord Sandv*kh —Lond. Cbron, On the paflage of the Caftor, Capt. Brocklebank, from Newfoundland to Halifax, a man of
12 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
tithes. To be Lett, by private Contract, ALL the Vicarial Tithes of the extenfwe parifh of FRODSHAM in this county,

tithes. To be Lett, by private Contract, ALL the Vicarial Tithes of the extenfwe parifh of FRODSHAM in this county,

confuting all the lithes, except thofe of corn and grain, throughout the eleven townlhips of that parifh. Potatoes tithable kind. Hay has of late years been moftly under agreement: hut whatsoever is mown in the new enclofure in the Lordfhip Marfh, of about 100 Chefhire acres, is
12 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England