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Juft Arrived from LONDON;

Juft Arrived from LONDON;

And fold by the Printer of this Paper; W. Rou»ht Printfeller in Oxford, and the Oxford Newfmcn. * (Price One Skilling and Six pence) THE True Excellent and infallible CORN SALV E, which fo many Impoftors from Time to Time have endeavoured to counterfeit imitating the real Sort,
16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The FAMOUS New-Invented

The FAMOUS New-Invented

'Blacking TMI for s h o e s, Which for Neatnefs and Frugality, exceeds every olh' P ition for that Purpofe; T gives ths SHOE a fine Glofs, Black as JET, and has the lo ;ving excellent Properties It will not in the leall dawb or foil the Fingers putting on the Shoe, or the Stocki
16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
J4C K S O

J4C K S O

16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
the I N C, PAP F. RS. , Midrid. leant ,hat *“ Squadtou, comeolai i% it> the Lane and bcoo

the I N C, PAP F. RS. , Midrid. leant ,hat *“ Squadtou, comeolai i% it> the Lane and bcoo

foa.c' T-.mc ciauioj; off that Port, order to istercept all French Ships thither. . , f • -'«• The Adv.ccs received from Bohemia Import, that fince the Battle the 18ih Inttai.r, the Armv the King and th«- I'u.iee bevern _ paff.d the Elbe Fomburg, in lo take proper Poimoa for cov
16 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
fcTung all ihe Orders, sod tilting Meulure ft# the vigorous Defence his Dominions, -the Landgrave is drawn with her Royal

fcTung all ihe Orders, sod tilting Meulure ft# the vigorous Defence his Dominions, -the Landgrave is drawn with her Royal

the hereditary incefc of HeffCj and her Family, from Caflcl. By a private Letter from Port R6yal in Jamaica, dated May we are iSKRSBJ, THaf theTWfirt Pteet'fome*Tf«»c expeited appear there, had taken another Rolte.'probJily for want of a. or being-in AVaat Proufions the latter o
16 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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Numb. 220.

16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Toulon, June zi. Letters from the Groyne, of the Bth Infl. inform us, that the Ship Amphion, of fiourdeaux, having

Toulon, June zi. Letters from the Groyne, of the Bth Infl. inform us, that the Ship Amphion, of fiourdeaux, having

put in at Port Muros in Spain, was brought away in the Night time Englilh Privateer, though at Anchor under the Citadel. Her Cargo is computed worth above Million of Livres. Pans, July i. Orders are fent down to Brefl to fit out in all Hade four Ships of the Line and two Frigate
16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
DURHAM RACES.

DURHAM RACES.

To be R. U roii. On M' at the *sth July, FIFTY POUNQS, for five Year o!4«, nine Stooa feven founds} three Miles. Heers. On Tuefd*v astb. FIFTT FOUNDS, for four Test oldt! sine Stone; two Miles. Heats. On Thu>fda'', FIFTY FOUNDS, for Hunters chat were hunted regular!* the laft Se
16 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
our Confutation overturned; that the high and mighty PhUJline Fords, who make Sport of their Milery, may buried with them

our Confutation overturned; that the high and mighty PhUJline Fords, who make Sport of their Milery, may buried with them

under the Ruins! ’Till a fettled form of Prayer b. ordered in ufum Herefardsnfcm , the Title of which ought to be, In limes Plenty and Famine,” hope 'twill be no Prelumption to fuggeft, that the Scriptures abound with Prayers and Expoftulations which may collcdlad libitum, and a
16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, July 16.

OXFORD, July 16.

Thurfday was held the G«ncral Quarter Seffiontfor this City, when Robert Mafon, a Perfon employed by the Butchers in carrying out Meat to their Cuftomers, was found Guilty of dealing Parcel Tallow fr< m Mr. Collier of Stanton Harcourt, and was ordered to be publickly whipped. Jo
16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England