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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
 
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
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Jan. ;. Bankrrft. James Rivington and James Fletcner, of P.itcr noiter Row, in the City of London, Booldcllers and Partners.—To appear Jan. 12, 21, and Fed. 16, Guildhall, London. Certificate to Lc Gr areed. Jan. 26. Jofcph Howard of the City of Briltol,
8 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
J A'[M E S DIXON. Engrave* from London, - At Mr. Norris’s, the Top of Deanlgate, Maccheftcr. ENgravcs Copper-Plates all

J A'[M E S DIXON. Engrave* from London, - At Mr. Norris’s, the Top of Deanlgate, Maccheftcr. ENgravcs Copper-Plates all

Sorts, tor Printing, as Merchants and Tradesmens Bills, Sic. Stamps, Coats /Vrn s, Plate, Steel/ or Silver Seals, See. after the ncatell Manner, and the ft rcafonablc Teims. Such Pcifuns pie to favour him with their Commands may depend on the belt Ullage, and their Favours grate
8 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EPIG R A M

EPIG R A M

C_ tbe Author ofi the Ba v six l s Gazette, TH E Devil near Bruflels d'fcarding his train. Met Faflebood of late, at the gate of Louvaine, Old Sc ratch feemed a friar, plump, leering, alert, And Falfekocd appear 'din the form of _\Umbtrt, _ hefe two having mumbled their Avt\ tog
8 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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Now to bo LETT,

Now to bo LETT,

Nlnety Acres of very rich Meadow and Failure LANDS, well wat Mcd and iuclolcd, and good Houlipg thereon, fiiuate Eaft Matfeo, in the Patidi of and County of Notthumbctland. tented John Rutter andKicbaid Lee. And alfo, One Hundred and Sixty Acte* of Meadow and Ixftu LANDS, with g
12 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Edinburgh , Monday , January 14, 1760. [Num. 593 j]
14 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINB U R G H.

EDINB U R G H.

Extraf! of a letter from London Jan. io. " It is now confidently reported, rhat a con- grefs, will. actually meet fonie time in February. " Provided our propofa'.s for peace, at ihe in- tended congcefs be not agreed to by tbe French, nn armament is to fail for the coafl of Franc
14 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
' ■ <f- TO BE LEJT» . T. OSBORNE, « «vt i I.kK iKto u« few Co .« Irft, S£S5Sw"

' ■ <f- TO BE LEJT» . T. OSBORNE, « «vt i I.kK iKto u« few Co .« Irft, S£S5Sw"

Wh - « ,1. ,6s. for** for ,1. ~. ■• Tvro mefofed FAR.MS; SPE'NSER’s FAIRY Q,UEEN, one c\M FOSBURY FARM, which _ccnf.fts in 10 ,,1 with .n «x.ft Collation of the Two » Bekehonfr, Brewhoufe, , Otigraal Edition pußWhed by hinsfclf } i» now added, New Life of the Anchor, Thom/!s Bt.
12 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, January 3.

LONDON, January 3.

Extract of Letter front Madrid, Dec. 20. was thought for Time that the King would remove Mr Wall, w h» much efteemed both by the Grandees and the People, hoy the management Affairs ; hut there is thii'g >et deciy.u on tlds Head. this Minilfcr very dihr.terelling, ar (Indies noth
8 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England