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, I»/J, IJT«- Parlaeilhlp between r and John RhUn, Edge Tool Miketa, Cittfbnd, Mac no<r <£nol*«d, ibtAid Aon Low Ton

, I»/J, IJT«- Parlaeilhlp between r and John RhUn, Edge Tool Miketa, Cittfbnd, Mac no<r <£nol*«d, ibtAid Aon Low Ton

nod Co. to infpnn BteSt Ri«d» and the Psttie, tbu the* cootinnc all the fonno wotfantn, and intend canrine (lie Ciid bafinffe ia *U iu brsnchc* the funi puce at uibal, 'wfacre all nill be teceiTcd aadoceuied with the raooKOewa and dUpatcb, and all mod giatcfuDf ackaonledgtd. ANK
04 July 1778 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

William Inge,of Cannou-ftreet, London,-Cheefemonget William Loofcly, of Fore-ftrce I, London, Butclier John Price, of St Andrew Hoi born, Loudon, Taylor Ceo. Dwyer,of Voion-conrt,London, lofurance-broker John Royer, of Ouke-llrcct, Middlefcx, T'ayloc Wm Kifs, of Birmingham, Warw
04 July 1778 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
,t Several French merchant (hips palled through the fleet yeftcrtUy unmolefled; I did not think proper in any wife to

,t Several French merchant (hips palled through the fleet yeftcrtUy unmolefled; I did not think proper in any wife to

interrupt them in their com- : merce, Ufli&nt way in fight from the mafl-head. dory ct Sea, June ;o. Sir, Early in the morning of the 18th, a (hip in the N. W. quatter was feen (binding into the fleet, but hauled away: The Foudroyant, Couragcux, and Robuft, were fent in purfuit
04 July 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
[Price TRRee-pence No. 2066.

[Price TRRee-pence No. 2066.

[Price T RRee-pence No. 2066. The former part of the evidence, which is as follows, was plain and decifive. Forrefter was riding his horfe gently along, between the Magdalen and filackfriars bridge, without any kind of appearance contraband goods, when he was overtaken by Brice a
25 July 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
CJltefeiiefDap’ff

CJltefeiiefDap’ff

C. London, July 2t. 1. Letters brought by packet which is arrived Falmouth from Philadelphia, to Sir Rob. Eden,' Bart, from his brother, give account of the Tridcnt,being fafe in the Delaware on the of June, and that the commifiioners were all in good health ; that the part of th
25 July 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
J U LY 3, r77S

J U LY 3, r77S

J U 3, TH E Commiflion •,"* 5». Cormr.ifl)cn Rnnkrupt awarded and iliueJ H/LjMH, late ot I'oUdcnham in the County CJlonce!'er, fttnlv and Chapman, intend meet on the Tenth Day this iuitant July, at Ten in the Forenoon, the Ti I ons in hanbury, Oxfordihh'e, to make final DlticVud
04 July 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ry ; likewife Suttling Booths for the Privates. Butter Bd. per Pound, Pcafe or Beans 2d. per Peck. The Privates are allowed good Straw once a Week, and fufikient Wood for Cooking.

ry ; likewife Suttling Booths for the Privates. Butter Bd. per Pound, Pcafe or Beans 2d. per Peck. The Privates are allowed good Straw once a Week, and fufikient Wood for Cooking.

ry likewife Suttling Booths for the Privates. Butter Bd. per Pound, or Beans 2d. per Peck. The Privates are allowed good Straw once a Week, and fufikient Wood for Cooking. A Meeting of the Truftees of the Turnpike Road leading from the Turnpike Road the Parilh of Allhul, in the C
25 July 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CIRENCESTER RACES, 1778.

CIRENCESTER RACES, 1778.

ON i uesdaY the 18th Day August will he run for Ccrney Downs, near Ciicnccdcr, Fli TY POUNDS, any Hoiie, Marc, or Oelding. Five Years old carry 8(t. Six Years old Bft. rail), and Aged 9ft. Thole that have won one 50 1. Plate this Year carry dhi. extia ; and thole that have won t
25 July 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, July 7-

LONDON, July 7-

Ydlmlay Morning fomc Difpatches were received Lord George Germaine’s Office from Quebec, brought over in a Tranfport that is arrived at Corke. She left Quebec the 48th of May, and brings Word that everything remained quiet when (he quitted that Place. Count d’Efcarano, the Ambaf
11 July 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO be SOLD by AUCTION, Some ime in September next, (if not difpofed by private- Contract before that Time) A

TO be SOLD by AUCTION, Some ime in September next, (if not difpofed by private- Contract before that Time) A

large Earm-Houfe, Barn, and proper Stabling, with filty Acres of Land, more or lets, filuated the of St. Giles, in the Suburbs of the City of Oxford; now lett on Ltafc, three unexpired at Michaelmas next.—For Particulars apply Mr. Plater, Druggill, Oxford.
18 July 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England