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To be So.d by AUCTION,

To be So.d by AUCTION,

By Cenfent of the Creditors of Sir William Scrachan, of Hay met Place, near Cheltenham in Gloctjierjhire, Bart. ALL his Live Stock, confiding of Hunters, Coach and Saddle Horfes, Oxen, Cows and Sheep, a She Ai's and Foal. To be viewed until the Time of Sale, and dipofed of upon
2 April 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MULT U M in PARV 0.

MULT U M in PARV 0.

1 rinted for R. Baldwin, at the Kofc in I’accr-nolltr Row where Letters to the Author, Poft paid, are taken in) and fold Richard Bond, Printer and Bookfellcr Glocefter, by the Printer of this Paper, and the Men who carry it. Of whom may had the former Numbers, *•* London Magazin
2 April 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE RAFFLED FOR, AT Ckipping-norten, in the County of Ox_ fori, on the 28th D«jr of this Inft. Stf

TO BE RAFFLED FOR, AT Ckipping-norten, in the County of Ox_ fori, on the 28th D«jr of this Inft. Stf

timber, at the Talbot Inn, Eleven o’ Clock in the Forenoon, Thirty Subicribers, at One Guinea each; A CHESNUT HORSE, Perfectly found, and free from Blemilh ; rifmg Nine Year* old : He is full Fifteen Hands high : He was got Mr. lVilf:n\ Bw Arabian-, hit Dam by a Son of the Bloti
17 September 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
, MtieSj’i Letter it arrived «t Dublin, appointing Anthnnjr Malone, Efq; to be Chancellor of the Exchequer diat Kingdom. ('

, MtieSj’i Letter it arrived «t Dublin, appointing Anthnnjr Malone, Efq; to be Chancellor of the Exchequer diat Kingdom. ('

The Re*T Mr. Dixon is promoted to the Deanry of Elis the Room of the late Dean Lloyd. And the Rev. Mr. Thomas Car it appointed Chaplain to the Hoofe of Commons in Ireland, in the Room of the late Dean Saadford. They write from Hereford (hire, that the Harveft in geaeral was got
17 September 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTR V NE WS.

COUNTR V NE WS.

COUNTR V NE W S. Portfnmth, Nov. 25. The Taylor Tender, Brown, Mafter, is arrived from St. Malo's with Prifoners. This is the fourth Time (he has been as a Cartel to France, and has now brought 244 Men and two Women, taken out of the Virginia Men. She came into the Harbour laft N
2 December 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MON D AY's POST.

MON D AY's POST.

The Humble ADDRESS ofthe Right Hon. the LORDS Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament affembled. Prefenttd to His Majefiy on Friday the Second Day of December, 1757. Moft Gracious Sovereign, WE, Your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Sub- jeds, the LORDS Spiritual and Temporal, JO
2 December 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FrtmilH LONDON GAZETTE.

FrtmilH LONDON GAZETTE.

. Admiralty-Office, December i. Extraftofa Letter from Capt. Elliott, Commander of his Majefly's Ship Huflar, of 28 Guns, fo Mr. Clev- land, dated in Plymouth Sound, Nov. ?? Upon the 19th I joined Company with His Majefty's Ship Unicorn of 28 Guns, and on the 2 ift we chaced two
2 December 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
tfromthe LOtibON GAZEttL bee' /_.

tfromthe LOtibON GAZEttL bee' /_.

tfromthe LOtibON GAZEttL bee' ?? Hague, Nov. 29. His Pruffian Majefty was at Baut- zen in Lufatia, on the 20th Inft. witha Corps of Troops" Another Corps is afl'embled towards Magdebouig* which is faid to be commanded by his Royal Highnefs Prince Henry of Pruffia. We know nothing
2 December 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

• Plymouth, Aug. 5. On Tuefday laft, as fix Perfons were filhing in a Boat near Saltalh, during the heavy Shower of Rain, one of them ( Thomas Pedron, a Farmer, of the Parilh of Landulph ) was kill'd on the Spot, by Lightening; two others were wounded} and 'Squire Tillie had his
12 August 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Auguft 11,

LONDON, Auguft 11,

Yefterday came Advice, that the Eagle Privateer of Briftol, has taken and brought into Falmouth two Storefhips, bound from Bourdeaux to Quebec, one of 500, the other 300 Tons. borne Letters advife, that the Engliih Men of War were Hill at Leghorn j and it is faid five French Shi
12 August 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England