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To the PUBLIC.

To the PUBLIC.

NATURE .implanted in the human Bread paflionate Dtfire of being acquainted with the feveral Pam of the terraqueous Globe, and the different Cudoms and Manners that prevail among the vaft Variety People inhabiting its Surface. This Defire is alfo greatly encreafed by the Utility
26 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUESDAY’S POST. foreign affairs. fat/ tut Uf arrived the Mails from FLANDERS. Drtfdtn, December 26. THE Defign of the Kiag

TUESDAY’S POST. foreign affairs. fat/ tut Uf arrived the Mails from FLANDERS. Drtfdtn, December 26. THE Defign of the Kiag

of Pruffi* in recalling all hi* Troop* into thi* Electorate, to occupy the Mountains of Saxony with fuch Force may enable him to cat off, from the Imperial and Royal Army, all the Convoy* coming to it from Bohemia, Daun on his Side, preparing to dil'pute, to the gunoft, that Par
19 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
€U* &&V *s( IPubliflj’D,

€U* &&V *s( IPubliflj’D,

&&V *s( IPubliflj’D, In neat Pocket Vohwte, beautifully printed fine Writing Paper, The Second Edition, Price fewed 2s. bound 2s. 6d. The UNION: Or, Seta SCOTS and ENGLISH POEM CONTAINING, The TbIJUe and the Rofc j by Mr. Dunbar, •ISIS, an Er. • by Mr. Mafon of Cambridge. The Tri
19 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

A Good Freehold Fftate, in the Parifti of Allon-Rowant, in the County well Tenanted, let at Thirty three Pounds a Year and upward*; confiding of Fifty-five Acres of Arable Land, lying in Anon- Rowant Common Field*; four Acre* of inclofed Meadow Ground and five Acres of Woodland
19 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
br SOLIS. in OXFORD, £) A Freehold HOUSE i containing aKitf a Parlour haadfoinely wainfeotted, «no aabthee Roofci oa the

br SOLIS. in OXFORD, £) A Freehold HOUSE i containing aKitf a Parlour haadfoinely wainfeotted, «no aabthee Roofci oa the

Ground Floor; up om Fair of Stairt are three- Bed Chamber*, one of which it waioicotied t the next Story are two good Bed Chamber* j over all are three good Garrett. Without Doom, there i* verv good Cellar, & Shed for Coals, (ft. a Woodhoufe,. very food Brewhoiifo with a Woodbou
12 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Oti Tuejday I via* pubti/hid, Prut Six-Pence, NUMBER I. Of Bip 'BRITISH MAGAZINE; ° * Monthly Repofitary for Gentlemen and

Oti Tuejday I via* pubti/hid, Prut Six-Pence, NUMBER I. Of Bip 'BRITISH MAGAZINE; ° * Monthly Repofitary for Gentlemen and

Ladies. For JANUJR r, 1760. Omuimrg, among many other curium Particular:, lUfo/hnving: I. Dcaicatica Right Hon. Wittam Efq; 11. The Hiftoiy of Orcj i K> oriental Tale. 111. Pefcription of the Ralde-fnJte Plant olled the Nauve. Oodla-CoudlogouiUe. IV The Life and / »f Sir Lauac.l
12 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY

COUNTRY

NEWS. Shtrbornt, Jan. t\. EdVvard Jackfon. committed to Gaol for the Murder of a Jew near Plymftock, has confeffed that met with the Jew in Plymouth, and after drinking Pint Beer together, which the Jew paid for, they both went away together, and after walking two Miles towards
26 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Jofeph Clark the Younger, of St. Mary le bone, Middlefcx, Carpenter. [To appear February 2, and 13, and Match 1, at Guildhall, Loudon. James Waiburton, of St John Wapping, Slopfeilcr. [To appear Feb. 9, 16, and March 1, at Guildhall. Pottinger, of Patcr noller Row, Bookfeller. [
26 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
haaMb* P)«afo(»'to inform the Poblick, that Car iTleet near St. Gilda*. » Qjiibcron Bay, i* healthy, , aM fo' flationed,

haaMb* P)«afo(»'to inform the Poblick, that Car iTleet near St. Gilda*. » Qjiibcron Bay, i* healthy, , aM fo' flationed,

in three Cotumrs, » HMf Difttece, that they effeftually prevent the iTraidboro fttga fttbving. wtU as theJuafuM of the Ene Naval Forces. In this fcrviceable Situation onr (hip* of' Magnitude are alfo protefted from the Weather, and the Accidents of cruizing at this inclement and
5 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, January 4, tyZo.

OXFORD, January 4, tyZo.

WHEREAS a black full-aged GFLDfftG, cf the Cart KinjJ, with frime white in his Face, and a (hertbulhy Tail, was left this City Sunday laft, thet 30th Inftant, with Charles Cock. London Wagyoner, by' Perfon who appeared to be Sailor, and who hill wanted to fell, and afterwards bo
5 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England