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PLANTATION-NEW S.

PLANTATION-NEW S.

Extract ef a Letter from Virginia, Ecb. 9. 11l October lad a Meflcnger was fent to inquire, whether the Fiench had Forts at the Back of our Set- tlements, and he is returned with an Account, that there h-.ve been i 500 regular Forces fent from France ; that they have built three
6 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
by VV. Jacks*§n in the Higb-street n Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants, Summons's,

by VV. Jacks*§n in the Higb-street n Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants, Summons's,

Orders of Removal* Certificates, &c. See. and by whom Printing in general is performed in the neateft: manner, at the moft reafonable Prices. ■ ken in by the Printer of this Paper and the Men who cany itj and by R. Baldwin, at the Rofe in Vatcr-pofltr Row, London-
13 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
S C (.) T L A N D.

S C (.) T L A N D.

S C ?? T L A N D. Idinlmrgh-, March 25. Friday laft the High Court of (officiary met at Ten o'Clock, in Confequence of their former Adjournment, and, the Identity of Archi- bald M 'Donald being proved, Sentence palled upon him to he executed the ?? of May next. The Pri- fonei beh
6 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

It is reported with great Confidence by many in the Neighbourhood of St. James's, that his Majefty has an Intention of vifiting his German Dominions the Beginning of June next, and that Preparations are making for that Purpofe. Spain, it is imagin'd, is upon the Point of exhibit
20 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, April 11. About a Fortnight ago, two Dogs belonging to a Farmer in the Parifli of Birfe went mad, and bit two of his Children and his Mare. The Mare directly difcove/ed the Symptoms of an un- common Diforder, and bit his Wife's Arm as fhe was giving her fome Provender
20 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

FOREIGN NBWS. Yefierday arrived the Mail from FRANCE. Paris, March 25. A Report has prevailed for fome Days, that the Inhabitants of the Cevennes are in open Re- volt, and have cut off a Military Detachment which had been fent againft them. The Caufe of this Re- volt is not ment
6 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Printed by W. Jackson in the High-Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrant*, Summons's,

Printed by W. Jackson in the High-Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrant*, Summons's,

Orders of Removal, Certificates, Bee, &c. and by whom Printing in general is performed in the neateft manner, at the rnoft reafonable Prices. Advertifements *p taken in by the Printer of this Paper and the Men wl* carry itj and by R. Baldwj w, at the Roft m Pater mfier Row. Icti
6 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TU E S D A V's POS T.

TU E S D A V's POS T.

FORE I G N AFFAIR S. Strut mr hft arrived the Mails from FRANCE and HOLLAND. Aloficow, March 7. IT is faid, that Orders have been given for equip- illg, without Delay, a ftout Squadron, which is to make its Appearance in the Baltick as foon as the Seafon will permit. A very nume
13 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

FOREIGN NEW S. Yefterday arrived the Mail from FRANCE. , Lijbon, Feb. 5. TH E Differences hetween our Court, and that of Great Britain, about the Corn Trade, and the Exportation of Gold, continue to take a favoura- ble Turn, and 'tis hoped they will be foon adjufted. Paris, Apri
13 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

[Received by an Exprefs from London.] LONDON, Friday, April 12. His Majefty has been pleafed to confer the Ho- nour of Knighthood on the Hon. William Murray, Efq; Attorney-General. The Hon. George Clinton, Efq; Uncle to the Earl of Lincoln, Admiral of the White, and late Governo
13 April 1754 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England