Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle, June 1, 1766

Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle

June 01, 1766

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Issue date: Sunday, June 1, 1766

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Publication name: Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1740 - 1820

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Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 1, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gendemari^ Magazine o o London Gatttte DailyAdstrtifer . -^^pf Old London Spy ITtl Lon.3onEveiing V^!LKmMiccrDin& rneiling. Ill Some account ot Djan SiDifi's Litteri. IV. Serious thoughts on the prufl gacy of the " poar. V.Theimmo'tah'ty of the foul, the d.'flri.ie of original fin, and the nc:e(n y of re cc-nefation cximineJ. VI. Antiqui-ics relative to Edir. HcsJ. duciion of rice and tar into cur A:r.tr;;an Colonics, XIX. Ab^ricl of the late v.indo^ :�>. XX. ^�'nr'niin recipe for th: Rhcuca'-ifsi. XXI. Grants for the year 1766. XXII. Ways and mcani to rarfe the Money. -XXIII. A curious accour.t cf the Nidus of fome unlcnc-.vn irjccl. XXIV. Method of dcfirojirg pifxires. VH. Ur Sm'J,'e;i'% tnveli into .5'.v;.> conticuf J j. XXV. De ciiption of xhc true f j-r^pa-ella. VIII. A narrative of the diftrcfics and deliverance of Capt. Harr-Jcn and his crc-.v; IX. Dcfcription of an anticnt poitraic, ^Ai'.h a v;e�v of dilcovcring xht p.i'n'cr. X. Life and Actions cf LnrJ CHi'c. XL Cure for an intcreratr Irirw. XIL A refna-k concc-nrng ide rrro'5 and defeats ot large ar'd volunnnous wi>rlf. XIII.-Attedatii'n of the dying d:clar-rtion of ihit famous Gtoi^e l^uch.%r.an. XIV Inllruilions ir> the nc*v rs?icn2 cn v.'pcur ba'iiint 1 - yccr/icr^'h i ^;/;y.i,ao .;..ck, &c. " � XXVIU. Il.u.'iic. Chrz^i.ii. Containing .he '. Ic ng .� fccrci., naiilj-iltdi cf "ft- ir.or.'h. XXX, /irr''..'.'.v.jij /^':\':: D I'u.bjncc; in Sp-i- ; 1 .-cmar.l;abie !rr..jd, i^i-. tVlI. An addiefs 10 the Fnr.-b alUonomers. | XXXI. L.u; a; iiluil. Pruts 0; corn- With a new and acrurate M.^p of the Road from Lcriijr. to Y:rh ; bein of the Series. Mcafii'cd trMm (he i?r'v.:.' Excbanpir. ; thr e ghih .M;p By S r L V J N U S U R E J N, Gent. I I O D O f{: Printed by D. xlEHP-y, at St Joun's C.^ts. ;

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