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OXFORD JOURNAL

OXFORD JOURNAL

SATURDAY, January 26, 1760* Numb. 352. fubliflied W. Jackson in the High-Street Oxford; and R. Bond, Printer and Bookfeller,.in the Wejlgate-Slreeti Glocester, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING: And difpcrled with the grenteft Expedition, through Oxfordjhire, Berkjhire, Buckinghamjkire, Wi
26 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Dr. JAMES'S JoKFevers, And other Inflammatory Distempers, PublifheJ by Virtue of

Dr. JAMES'S JoKFevers, And other Inflammatory Distempers, PublifheJ by Virtue of

Dr. JAMES'S JoKFevers, And other Inflammatory Distempers, PublifheJ Virtue His Majesty’s Royal Letters Patekt, Wl L L remove as has been experienced in many Thoufand Cafes) »ny continual scute FEVER, in few How* tho’ attended with Cmmtfmnt, Lighlhadtdnifi, and the worilSymptomai
5 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 bt SOLD,

To bt SOLD,

bt SOLD, AN ESTATE, holden for Lives under the of Duiham, lying at Muifwdge, in the County of Durham, no* in the Pofleffionof Richatd Hickfon, of the yeatly R.ent 6« 1. Alfo a Copyhold ESTATE at High Wham, in the Town&ip of linefark, in the faid County, about the yeaily Value of
12 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SATURD

SATURD

fince to vomit forth, by (we/iftfeitmt Opening*. Vortices Flames with TbrreMs of lavi renniog lmpctuoTity towards Kuniata, threatth «li« the whole Neighbourhood with Cwedy DeniMfoi The have already left their Houles, and in •< neighbouring Fields, on bonded Knees, oiler fervent
19 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
They write from Spain, that fourteen or fifteen Ships, of different Nations, were wrecked on that Coaft, in the late

They write from Spain, that fourteen or fifteen Ships, of different Nations, were wrecked on that Coaft, in the late

Storm, in whicii Admiral Broderick's Fleet received fome Damage. The Mercury Man of War is arrived at New York from Portfmouth, with Money for the Troops in North America. The Jupiter, Capt. Bull, is arrived at New York from London. In his Paffage he took a French Prize, which h
11 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

Fronr-the LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 22' This Day arrived two Mails from Holland. Prince Ferdinands Head-Quarters at Mar boutg Jan. 11. SINCE we are informed of the Succefs of our Troops in forcing the Town Dillenbourg, and throwing Provifions into the Laftle thereof on the 7th, have
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From the Evening-Posts, and Daiiy Papers, Jan. 24. Peterjlurgb , (in RujJiu) Dec »3. APart of our Garrifon out within thefe few Days to join the Atmy on the Viitula. Other Troops are con linually taking the lame Rome, and arc replaced by New Recruits. Leipjick Dec. 6. The Prulli
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, January 20.

LONDON, January 20.

Saturday the 18th Inftant 200 Volunteers, under the Command of the Captains and Matthews, march’d into Sunderland in Durham, where »hty arc to be Quarter’d tor the Winter. he Ships that are returned from the Bay arc or d 10 be docked and ft.ted for the Sea with the utmuil Expedi
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England