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Manchater, Dec. Is, 1747. in ea Civitati; &giblet colander, &fedi ei LION:. LTHOUGH the End and Defign of all Governments be the Peace, Haepinelk, and Security of the People, vet Lis the peculiar Felicity of thole who live under one direaed by known Laws, that what. ever Injuric
December 22, 1747 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, Dec zs.

LONDON, Dec zs.

LONDON, Dec ODE to G— r x. 'YES, vrirccly IN, thy ltscc is ryn, Well may thy /lid Fo..ndacirrls Make; For fee each b.re tfcgcncriite Su',, Thy Itopeleli, f , ,rfake Thy Pride no longer now, anti Boat! : Corruption each v.: na' 11. can ; Fair libuty deter., thy Couft , Nor Confcie
December 22, 1747 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
By PERMISSION.

By PERMISSION.

THIS is to give Notice to all Gentlemen, Ladies, and Others, That the Play that was at the White-Swan Play-houfe in St.' Peter’s in Norwich, is now remov’d to the Great Booth in the Market place in Lynn; and on Monday next, being the 6th of February, will be died a Play call’d,
January 28, 1727 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
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February 25, 1727 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Printed by JV. CHASE in the Cockey-Lane, 1727.

Printed by JV. CHASE in the Cockey-Lane, 1727.

February 25, 1727 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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M A C B E T. H

M A C B E T. H

The Parts as foil MEN. Mr. Duckworth. Mr. Buck. Mrs. Frisby. Mr. Paul. Mr. James. Mr. Frisby. Mr. Marlhal. Mr. Morris. Billy James. V by WOMEN. Mrs. Plomer. Mrs. Paul. Mrs. Buck. Mrs. Green. Mr. Green. Mr. Collier. Mr. Milward. the Play. With proper Decoration* to To begin at 6
February 4, 1727 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
.! -i' v.rJ ofHoufes next b in Magdalen Street^ ■ • be to Year, or Leafe for A of 24.

.! -i' v.rJ ofHoufes next b in Magdalen Street^ ■ • be to Year, or Leafe for A of 24.

os. 'per Annum, all Freehold, to be fold a good X Michaelmas next,nioft comodiqjw Apartments onßracondale XX Enquire at Mr/ Thomas Saybr’s, Baker, in the HiU, now in the P’offeffion of Capt. Tanner; the,Rooms hand- Penny^o«h^ wnwmenciea Liwn» « • ; r'- For' the BENEFIT and f ldl
March 4, 1727 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Portfmouth, Jan. 9.

Portfmouth, Jan. 9.

Yefterday arriv'd a Fleet of Merchant Ships from feve- ral Parts; and particularly the Greyhound from Maderas, Three Crowns Captain Roberts irom the Canaries, Ed- ward Pink from Barbadoes, Ifaac Frigate, Capt. Chaplain from Jamaica,, and the Dolphin Galley, Capt. Hopkins from Ne
January 16, 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Madrid, Dec %.

Madrid, Dec %.

We are advis'd from Baicclona, the 21ft Inftant, that for 3 or 4 Days Paft there had been fuch furious Storms that the like hive not been freu, lor many Years : That 9 Ships and 14 Barks laden with Cord and other Merchandize, moft Foreign, have been caft iiway in that Port \ and
January 16, 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From Seddon's Letter, London, Jan. 21 •

From Seddon's Letter, London, Jan. 21 •

On Thurfday dyed Squire Smith, ?? at Hamer fmith, and by his. Death an Eftate of zoo I. per Annum, left him by his Vncle Dr. Radcliff, during his Life, falls to St. John's College in Oxford. Our Merchants have an Account that the Fortune Sloop, Capt. Taylor Comman- der, bound fr
January 28, 1720 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England