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oSooJcojo THURSDAY’S POST.

oSooJcojo THURSDAY’S POST.

THURSDAY’S POST. LONDON, June 5. YEfterday being the Birthday of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, who then entered into the 23d Year his Age, there was a very great and fplendid Court at Saville and Leicetler Houfes, to compliment his Royal Higbnefs and the Royal Family on
7 June 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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¥««^¥ 4? V»® ¥t^s? ® S:5-V KK Simertifements, June the 6th, 1760. ALL who have any the Ellate of the late Mrs. MARTHA DEWE. the Parifh of Eniham in the County of Oxford, or on the Ellate of Mr. JAMEB TTIN of the Harilh, deceafed, her Executor, aredeftred forthwith to apply to Mr.
7 June 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To COVER this Seafon,

To COVER this Seafon,

At Thomas Field* s, the White Hart in Henley ufon Oxfordjhire ioj. 6*/. a Mare, and a Shilling the Mg** A Fine Strong Grey Arabian, UPwards of Fourteen Hands and an Half high, free He was fent as particular Prcfent to his Royal 1 of Wales, from the fupremc Governor of Tunis his
7 June 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
7* /iv P U B L I C K.

7* /iv P U B L I C K.

U B L I C K. THE Proprietors of the ILLUSTRATION of the HO LY BIR LB, by Notes and Exj-lications on the OLD and NEW TESTAMENT, by the Royal Autho*ity, give this That they have now finilhed the OldTeftament Part; and all who have not it are delired to it immediately, otherwifc the
7 June 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
he could not avoid thinking it an indired Cenfure of his own particular Condud. He wrote a Letter, which he

he could not avoid thinking it an indired Cenfure of his own particular Condud. He wrote a Letter, which he

thought proper to demand from me, to recal the Compliments which had made to L. Granby. I anfwer'd him abfolutely in the Negative. L. G. S. then fet himfelf about propagating many falfe Reports in the Army; which determined me, at laft, to write to your M on this particular 9ubj
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To COVER this SEASON,

To COVER this SEASON,

Al tbt Golden Heart in Glotefitr, a Guinea Mare, and Half a Crown the Servant', A Beautiful, Strong, Grey HORSE, bred by the Hon, William Howe, and got by the late Duke of Dcvonfhirc's Second, Son of Old Childers, and Full Brother to Bkck-Lfgs, Snip, Puff, Motte, and feveral oth
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
7» the FREEMEN of tb* City •/ Glocbster.

7» the FREEMEN of tb* City •/ Glocbster.

7» the FREEMEN of tb* City Glocbster. GBMTL M M, AFTER the Offers which I have made for Month pad to decline being a CANDIDATE, if Two Gentlemen in the fame Intereft would become Candidatei, to reprcJbnt this City in the next Parliament, or if any other Gentleman flumld be approv
29 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD JOURNAL.

OXFORD JOURNAL.

SATURDAY, -Augufl 23,' 1760. Numb. 382. PablUhed by W. Jackson in the High-Street, Oxford; and R. Bond, Printer and Bookfeller, in the Wejlgqtf-Street, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING: And difperfcd with.the grcatcft Expedition, through Oxfordjhire, Berkjhire, Buckinghamjhire, Wiltjhire,
23 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NORTH-ASTON, OxrenDiuiti. TO BE SOLD, A Couple of Staunch POINTERS, one of which ftandi to *Nett very well, if required,

NORTH-ASTON, OxrenDiuiti. TO BE SOLD, A Couple of Staunch POINTERS, one of which ftandi to *Nett very well, if required,

and ha* been hunted only one Seafon; the other only three. Enquire of Edward Baldwin, HuntTmaa to Charles Bowlei, Efq; of North Afton aforcfaid.
9 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
C K S O N'% / journal^l SATURDAY, September 6, 1760. Numb. 384. Pabliflicd by W. Jackson in the High-Street,

C K S O N'% / journal^l SATURDAY, September 6, 1760. Numb. 384. Pabliflicd by W. Jackson in the High-Street,

Oxford) and R. Bond, Printer and Bookfeller, in the JVeJlgate-Street, Clocrster, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING: And difperfed with the greateft Expedition, through Oxftrd/birt, Berkjbire, Butkingbamjhirt, fViltJbirt, JVwrvn<kfinrt, WorctJlerJhire t Gloctjierjbitt, Herefcrijhirty Shropj
6 September 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England