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Perron§ whl ate - I Ella te of Lh.nsbeilditt, 1 to arc to pas those fdr Stlin , r, in

Perron§ whl ate - I Ella te of Lh.nsbeilditt, 1 to arc to pas those fdr Stlin , r, in

aloe elaal ifnmetlintay, be In. tot'l4 C;h,prr i ir. Good t~tt•ellit; Ht Aile, •& spat: E.!s of the Inw Bridge. S i MU. 130(1th. of Mt. Edinund D..tl nd. TH ti dentlemen of the Fraternity TRUE Ei, re to the Shre• on he h )4y ul neat. N B Ihv It wit• ut uo Wcda l y as and Night •
27 September 1757 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A I ,L, Per/ons that have any Claim or Demand cn the FJla'e Robert Mitchel, late o/Oxford, Htfter aniChafman, decent<l,

A I ,L, Per/ons that have any Claim or Demand cn the FJla'e Robert Mitchel, late o/Oxford, Htfter aniChafman, decent<l,

ore to hrirg in the fame cn or hefore the iolh of Odober, to Francis Cremer, Ad. mini/iratcr, nt hii IJon/e in Holbutn j and nil, indebted to the find Ejlate are required to pay the fame to tbt /aid Adminifirator, or to Mr. Simon Kennaily, at Crown Inn, or to Mr. Thomas Hadley,
17 September 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HENLEY upon THAMES* Jn OXFORDSHIRE. WHEREAS hath been indnftrioufl/ reported, divers I’erfons, order to prejudice the Trade of this Town,

HENLEY upon THAMES* Jn OXFORDSHIRE. WHEREAS hath been indnftrioufl/ reported, divers I’erfons, order to prejudice the Trade of this Town,

thr.t the SMALL POX ftNI continues therein, and feveral Peri'ons refrain coming to the Market that Accour.t: W L, theielore, whofe N are underwritten, being nil the Apothecaries and Surgeons of the Town, hereby certify. That have not any Patient with the Small Pox unt.er the Car
17 September 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Fine Englifti Made Wines, Clean, llrong, bright, and dry, Made by K'anc Lawrence, Grccer in Oxford, Are fold at Three

Fine Englifti Made Wines, Clean, llrong, bright, and dry, Made by K'anc Lawrence, Grccer in Oxford, Are fold at Three

Shllltrrs Sixpence per Gallon, By the Hoglhead cheaper. Liknuife fine Ora>re and Elder lf r nirs at 6d a Gallon. Fits all Kinds, and Nervous Dijorders, R.IT ft tally Cured Dr. Scrirrjhaw’s Specifics Powders. THIS valn .blc Medicine is pleafant to take, I<> lie given Children the
17 September 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Aceiunt ef ft* SiigagtMMt vf the TtfriMi PrivaMr, Caft, Dtalb, and Jim* Pricndingt JabJtjutnt thereto, tommemieoted by Ojjtcer of that

Aceiunt ef ft* SiigagtMMt vf the TtfriMi PrivaMr, Caft, Dtalb, and Jim* Pricndingt JabJtjutnt thereto, tommemieoted by Ojjtcer of that

Ship, <wbo •wae lately brought from St, Maltfe I* England Cartel. ** Soon after failed from Plymouth a Fever broke oat among the Crew, of which about twenty died; after this nothing'material happened, ’till we took our valuable Prize, on Board of which wc put fifteen chofen Fell
3 September 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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The St. Francifco and St. Anniello, Capt. Jof. Ro- mano, from London and Exeter for Naples, is taken by the Algcrincs. The Captain ofa Ship who arrived laft Sunday from France, by Virtue of the Cartel, fay. , that when the News was received at Brett of the Expedition from Englan
13 September 1757 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LO'.-T-Ott; September 15.

LO'.-T-Ott; September 15.

To the PRINTE R, fit. ABiii tor better regulating the Militia having been the Demand of almoft every County inthe King- dom to their Reprefentatives, it was Matter ol great Surprize to me to find, in a Tour I lately made, So much Clamour againlt ihe Militia Aft paffed !a(l Sclli
20 September 1757 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Otiober ,i.,

LONDON, Otiober ,i.,

Yefterday a Council was held at Kenfington, on Difpatches received from the King of Pruffia. We hear the French ate fortifying St. Domingo with the greateft Diligence. It is now faid, that Sir Edward Hawke's Fleet is certainly viflualled for 1 8 Months. Some Perfons in public Of
30 September 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRIC ES of S TO CRS, on Tueßay lap.

PRIC ES of S TO CRS, on Tueßay lap.

Bank Stock, 111 ihalf. India Ditto, 154 j idtb;. South Sea Stock, 103 1 4th. t),tto Old Annutie : , itt Sub. 91 7 Btlu. Ditto ad, 91 3 Bths. Ditto New ill, 91 1 4th. Ditto id Sub. 91. Three one half per Cent. Bank Annuities, ift Sub. 91 3 4ths. Ditto ad Sub. 91 1 half. Ditro Ind
9 September 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Admiralty Office, September 20,

Admiralty Office, September 20,

Capt. Gilchrift, of his Majefty's Ship the Southamp- ton, being on a Cruize off Breft, about five Leagues from the Land, at Break of Day, on the 12th Inftant, faw a Sail in full Chace of Him* He tack'd and flood for her; fhe immediately hauled up her Courfes, and brought too ; f
23 September 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England