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LONDON, Jan. 17.

LONDON, Jan. 17.

AJmirml/j'OJUi, Jan. 16. Vice Admiral Gayton, Commander in Chief of hit jelly's (hips and Jamaica, gives an account, in letter dated the 25th Oftobcr laft, that Mr. Jordan, aa noting Lieutenant, whom he had appointed to command the Racehoife fchoonet ten carriage gam of three po
22 January 1778 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
STAMFORD, January 29.

STAMFORD, January 29.

Friday laft a difpenfatinn Great Seal to enable the Rev. J Hall to h-Jd the vicarage Ancafter in Linrolnfhire, r with the of Snelling, in the fame ' Tuefday fev'nighr was married, William Lu<a». c'f Holloweil, Norlh nnj )(j, H .n--well, daughter Richard Hanwell, Long Buckby in t
29 January 1778 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Dtjire of Jfvfral Butctiers,«"J Dealers This Uto Give Notice, THAT MARKET tor all Sorts of Fat and Lean Cattle will

Dtjire of Jfvfral Butctiers,«"J Dealers This Uto Give Notice, THAT MARKET tor all Sorts of Fat and Lean Cattle will

held atTHQRNEY, the Ifle of Ely, every 'THURSDAY. Sfaiding January 14, 1778. NOTICE Perlons who ftand indebted to Mrs. BRIDGET LACEY, late of Spalding the Countv of Lincoln, deceas'd, art deiired their Incereft Money, either upon Hoods, Note*, 9*c. due at Ckriftmat laft, to the
29 January 1778 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To S O L D, SEVERAL Stacks tiny, which growtd upon very rich Land, and was exceeding; well 501» the

To S O L D, SEVERAL Stacks tiny, which growtd upon very rich Land, and was exceeding; well 501» the

of the Ground* (which has a great ral ot Keeping upon it) till Old Lady Day next, in High our rough Ecu nrar Peterborough. For Particulars enquire Mr. Pears, in French Drove, Thorney Fen. Neccffliry for all Chriftian Families. The hole be completed One Hundred Numbers, or the Ov
08 January 1778 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
EDUCATION. AT the Park-Ho Academy, near iui-l, B?iks, are hoarded, tenderly and lelptCtf-jlly in ever-, polite nv«i'':ate terms. Wallinjifard is

EDUCATION. AT the Park-Ho Academy, near iui-l, B?iks, are hoarded, tenderly and lelptCtf-jlly in ever-, polite nv«i'':ate terms. Wallinjifard is

EDUCATION. AT the Park-Ho Academy, near iui-l, B?iks, are hoarded, tenderly and lelptCtf-jlly in ever-, polite nv«i'':ate terms. Wallinjifard is iut ir.Mes from London, the houfe i latv*e i commodio.is, rnr airy, pic and mr.k-.b.y The fpot -round, allotted for retreats -n hall ac
05 January 1778 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
The following Books »re published for Jons Bill, ihc Strand. THE WORKS of M. DE LA BRUYERE confining the characters

The following Books »re published for Jons Bill, ihc Strand. THE WORKS of M. DE LA BRUYERE confining the characters

and manners the age. which are added, the characters of The. phraftos. Alfo the manner living with gie«t men. after the manner of By N. Efq. Price 6f. ChfOerrttld, the volume of his letters to hi« fon, recommends characters in the following words J will to your actc 111 i you ar
05 January 1778 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
OXFORD, January 17.

OXFORD, January 17.

OXFORD, January Laft Monday was married at Upper Slaughter Gloiicetterftiire, Mr. Thomas Kytc, of Bourton on the Water, to Mifs Iktfey Humphries, Daughter of Mr. John Humphries, eminent Farmer of Upper Slaughter; a very agreeable and accomplilhed young Lady, of genteel Fortune. M
17 January 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The following BOOKS are juft JOHN BELI., in ihe ci, 1.0..d00 ; . t. 'I lie Wouks »f .\l. del.a

The following BOOKS are juft JOHN BELI., in ihe ci, 1.0..d00 ; . t. 'I lie Wouks »f .\l. del.a

v»t> t!»e Cliarafttf* the Asc. v/lr.ch .iiead .i-d, The of Theoplirallus. Alf > the MjO( ;r of living with.great Men. rlttcn alter the Mam.tr 01 By K. Rowe, Ifq. I’liccfis. . , Lord Chedeifitld, in the fecond Volume of lus Lttte:* to his Sen, Hiuyere’s Chiradler-. the'lol'ov'mg
17 January 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
peremptorily SOLD to the Ughe/t Bidder, At the isn/t of William Loflm, lie Jiga of the White Hurt, in \evmjlle

peremptorily SOLD to the Ughe/t Bidder, At the isn/t of William Loflm, lie Jiga of the White Hurt, in \evmjlle

upon Tyoe, on tie fmrli day c./ February ueM, between the hats of lvs aid five cell.lt in the a/tcraLOn, ALL that iron Hiatt Furnace, called Bedlington Furmce, fituite on navigable river, leutini* and within two miles of the commodious poit or harbour of Blyih, in the county Nor
10 January 1778 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
I Monday’* Ttlefi%V P<»fti. ' .LONDON, Jan. %. H E following part of a letter, dated York, OSt. >6, from

I Monday’* Ttlefi%V P<»fti. ' .LONDON, Jan. %. H E following part of a letter, dated York, OSt. >6, from

Mr Ricbard Stuft, a reputable K tradefman of. that citf, to the .3g Rev.MrJoho'Wefleyt—“With re- .gard to the conduA of the Rebels, Iwbefe 1 begin Prifohi are crowded with ref> kcftaUe, triends t© government. Many families Ere reduced to poverty., Their property is confif- Eated
10 January 1778 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England