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IRISH BACON. TO be SOLD by Grant, Portfmouth, about Sides good Irifh <\CON, dried England, the Remains Cargo left with

IRISH BACON. TO be SOLD by Grant, Portfmouth, about Sides good Irifh <\CON, dried England, the Remains Cargo left with

him for Sale. They are from 35 to Pounds each, and are cut in the Manner; the Price is per Pound the Side, and *d. if any one rakes ten Sides,' and will be delivered (ifdefired) either at Southtcn orNortham. Alfo a large Quantity very fine fat Bacon and Pork, Beef, Butter, and T
19 February 1776 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Aulay Macaulay, TEA DEALER, In St. Ann s-SigUAR k, MANCHESTER, Sells all Sorts, of teas, COFFEE, and CHOCOLATE, Wholesale and

Aulay Macaulay, TEA DEALER, In St. Ann s-SigUAR k, MANCHESTER, Sells all Sorts, of teas, COFFEE, and CHOCOLATE, Wholesale and

Retail, At the very lowcfl London Pricks. Of -whom may be had. His SHORT-H AND Book, "Which teachclh the Art of fwift Writing. Price fid principal Directions made other SHORTHANDS, viz. a Default in LKOir.ii.TTY and Orthography, are here entirely removed: The fir If it ,oys perf
20 February 1776 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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16 February 1776 - Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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16 February 1776 - Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
J. C O S E, Letter-Press and Copper-Plate Printer* in the Market-place, Norwich, executes the Printing Bufinefs, Book Work, orjobs,

J. C O S E, Letter-Press and Copper-Plate Printer* in the Market-place, Norwich, executes the Printing Bufinefs, Book Work, orjobs,

on the moft reafonable Terms, Neainefs and Expedition* At the above Place may be had the following approved MEDICINES. An incomparable Tooth Powder. FIR cleaning the teeth, and prefervincrhe gumi. Itwilf change the blacken: teeth white a* ivory, after a.very few time* ufing. It
17 February 1776 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
ANTED, A and isnJ fan? ihs Pour in the WorkhooF ol the three Pari (hi: the Tow Id lord the

ANTED, A and isnJ fan? ihs Pour in the WorkhooF ol the three Pari (hi: the Tow Id lord the

( *it y Surrey, Any Perions, well and C hafa&:rs e airpnwer -M.nquify-ffm treated applying the Oiffqtn ff tie PSril'ics. N. B. #**,!,Jthere Will *.«(.■ from o6j in the Lid '• n ' ',f lift tui ,H> the of rarmer Lege, of While B r ;.». was <•' -nd Amount 'ten thm-out: This is ive
19 February 1776 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
4 to Off Friday the firft Day off March, ijA tie Dwelling Rooft of Mrs, Birket, Pool, Moot* 1 commonly

4 to Off Friday the firft Day off March, ijA tie Dwelling Rooft of Mrs, Birket, Pool, Moot* 1 commonly

called the Caftle-lna, fubje& to Conditions ts (Hall produced. ALL the Freehold Capital Mcffuage,or Tenement, and Landr, with the Appurtenances, called WALTON HALL, fituatein the Panto in the Cduoty of Salop, In the Holding of Mr. John Shaker, Leafe to come from next Lady-Day; c
17 February 1776 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
StKclcft. V'f fo',’w\ng txctllcnt vg h taken frt'n tht '.enu Vuftcol Parte, The Fiction, I'atriottc • Hiker, performed tie ‘Tieuite

StKclcft. V'f fo',’w\ng txctllcnt vg h taken frt'n tht '.enu Vuftcol Parte, The Fiction, I'atriottc • Hiker, performed tie ‘Tieuite

here en Jf* f P.t'eninS Utft, alr.toji unremitti'tg °J dfpUtu/t. TO Let the of * tARM Old r*rk. ucar B ef Mr I'rofl.-,,. Ty,l: * r ' ! l -.E q U j . ~ neat AOi. r * WHILST hippy in my unlive Inti, I bon ft eh.irur, I’!! never batcly hand Her liberties to baiter. Thoß-oblc roiiKl
17 February 1776 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EDWARD SMITH, late Groom to tbe Hon. Edward Rouverie, having entered upon the GOAT INN, GoM-Strect, Northampton, in the Occupation

EDWARD SMITH, late Groom to tbe Hon. Edward Rouverie, having entered upon the GOAT INN, GoM-Strect, Northampton, in the Occupation

of the late Mr. Jofeph Williims, deceafed, humbly the Continuance of the Cuitcmers to the Inn; and all Gentlemen, Dealers. Tradefmen, and Other;-, who to favour him their Company, may depend on genteel Accommodation, and their Favours gratefully acknowledged. N. B. Gentlemen and
19 February 1776 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Saturday Night's Post.

Saturday Night's Post.

Rome ( Italy J, THE Prince, whom the Gloucclter was brought the day will baptized urinific** wo com: hither for that purpoie. A Bookfeller, who had obtained the Duke of v to dedicate him theatrical pieces which has publifhed, bammed from this city, for having omitted the title o
19 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England