The fame Day her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager Wales, the Prince of Wales, and Prince Edward, had Divine ..

... 6d. Titio White 275. to 275, Cd. Rye 16s. to i6j. 6d. Barley 14s. 6d. Oats 17s. to This Afternoon Bank Stock, India Ditto, Unit. South Sea-Stock, fliut. Ditto Old Annuities, 1 fub. Ditto z fub. Ditto New, fub. flint. Ditto fub. fliut. Bank Annuities, ...

ALISBURY JOURNAL

... liament, fevera! coniiJerable Alterations w ill made, not only in the Laws relating the Poor, but alfo in other Branches of our Civil Polity, which may rur Jcr them lefs hurthcnfomclo the Suhjebl, and yet more ufcful > n the Whole, for which the Publick ate ...

Monday, December 2, 1751

... at the Court of France, to be his Majefty’s Minifter Plenipotentiary to their High MightinelTes the States General of the United Provinces. The King has been pleafed to promote Richard Rohinfon, Dodfor in Divinity, to the Bifhoprick of and Achonry, in ...

From the RAMBLER, Saturday, December 14, 1751. - Dives qui fieri vult, Et cite vult fieri. Juv. T has been

... World, and in the firll Warmth of Self Approbation propofed left than the Pollefiion of Riches and Beauty united. He therefore paid his firft Civilities to Fiayilla, the only Daughter of wealthy Merchant, who not being accullomed to amorous Biandiihmenls ...

Svmirnav’s i^X

... wanting to make them effectual • and particularly to execute, in right Manner, the Provilioru made for civilizing, and reducing into Order, Arch Parts the United Kingdom, where tire Want of ■> Improvement, and Obedience to Laws, had iemarkably furni.ixd Opp ...

SALISBURY

... Father, nett Man, but ill advlfed Monarch ; engaged himfelf in a civil War, which made him at latt loofc his Throne, and his Life Scaffold, Revoution alrnolt without Example. This civil War, begun in the Minority Lewis XIV. for Time prevented England ...

, „ ■ ,su* . „ c,. ii ?? at is. 6d. each Time, if fhort; longer Ones in Proportion

... Phocyas and Celi.meka. ♦ITTttfi a eomaaon, but juft Oblerv_.io*, fhat the I Extremes of the fame Paflion aie often found united in one afid the fnne Pcrfon. Thi* MSxim will receive fuU Confirmation from the following Hiftory, the Truth of which many ...

aJ^riW*** and &aturbap'o Posts

... tbi I'o iver 1 rf bis natural Eloquent c. It wat often afferted in the laft Reign, that an Offer had been made to farm the Civil Lift Revenue for i,a00,0001. an Aft has paffed this Seflion for fixing the Revenue of his prefent Majefty at only 800, 0001 ...

&-un\.u'jß and ifioinji.'v I'os

... lloiif, f C ?? I cannot ?? ientlv t'.iar.k you f -r your Una- tiimity, and Difpitch, 11. piovulu';' lor tin Expiree of my Civil Government, ml tlu llo- no.i.- uid Dignity i«f the Crowii : And I thi.ik mvielf as muth obliged to yi-u, tor the piu U.r IJi'c ...

Friday's and Saturday's Posts

... and we agreed Sufpenfion of Hoftilitiesto the 13th at T —elve o'Ciock. I lummoned the Governor the 10th his Anfwerwas very civil and proper; the fame Tim* he would defend his Town to the laft Extremity. The Difficult ies the Officers and Soldiers have ...

??? ??? ??? Hu 7 les d] A w ' lvytees are bent. fG^!fcthe Nobility and lreb.nl v'.'E>m %l, :

... ' su « th or'-fv com irion ' ha ° 'hole of Friendffiip; for we maybe of Accefs, and receive the Vifits of many with much Civility yet, if would converfe with .real Friends only, we mult be felicitous but for. the Company of a few. . , Several Philofophers ...

London, March 1

... be confolidated, and tried upon one Record; upon which Mr- Beardmore and his Council immediately exprefled great Delire to unite both Actions, and the Court recommending it to have the Earl of Halifax joined as a Party, that the whole Merits of all Parties ...