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EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

ExtraSl of a letter jrom London, March 25. " Private letters from Hamburgh tell us, That by the laft accounts from Germany, it is cxpefted, the King cf Pruffia will open the campaign by the 20th inftant, and will begin with the fiege of l)refden. The fame letters alfo fay, that
29 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fine Englifh Made Wines,

Fine Englifh Made Wines,

Clean, itrong, bright, and dry, Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer in Oxford, Are fold at Three Shillings and Sixpence per Gallon, By the Hogfliead cheaper. Li wife fine Orange and Elder JVines at 6d a Galina. HIS MAJESTY having been plcakd order an Independent Company to be forthwi
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOL D, A Lead-hold ESTATE in Holliwell, in the Suburbs of the City of Oxford, held under Merton

TO BE SOL D, A Lead-hold ESTATE in Holliwell, in the Suburbs of the City of Oxford, held under Merton

College, for the Remainder of Term of forty Years; confining of a large handfome Manfion Houfe, fix Rooms Floor, exceeding gcod Cellars, a large Court Yard, and therein very convenient Brewhoufe, Wafhhoufe, and Laundry; Coach-houfes, Stables, and all other neccflary and convenie
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To the PUBLIC.

To the PUBLIC.

PERSONS Ckarader and DillinClion may inform'd u*e lalutifcrous Quahtv and Efficacy ANTIARTHRITIC WINE, Remedy for the Gout, tcc. enquiring (Foil-paid) any the undermentioned Gentlemen, who, from a tender Concern for in the like Affliflioss, have generoudy given me Leave to ufe t
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The High-Bred Chtfnut Horfe DRIVER, WILL Cover Marcs this Seafon, Mr. William Green’s, the Son Inn Maidenhead, Betkflrire, free from

The High-Bred Chtfnut Horfe DRIVER, WILL Cover Marcs this Seafon, Mr. William Green’s, the Son Inn Maidenhead, Betkflrire, free from

all Manner iftermftcs, Two Guineas Mare, and Half-a- Crown the Groom, the Money to be paid the StaWe Door. Dai»it has been hitherto remarkable hi getting fine firong honey Foals. Driver has won 29 Fifty and two Legacy Plates, carrying upwards twelve Stone : Lifcewife received Fi
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
D U R H Ji MTU R N P T K E.

D U R H Ji MTU R N P T K E.

D U Ji MTU N P T K E. , T hi* 'u •» vr. Koitcr, ■, , . THAT ,the next fleeting of the Commissioners it appointed to be held at the Houfe of Ml Couitoey, in Chcfter, on Monday the fovtnth Day of Apiil neat, on Buunel* tclacing the Road. . . . This Day was Pubiijhsd, One Latge Volu
29 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T» LfeAP tbit

T» LfeAP tbit

At Mr AhdAkw kt'tia Morpetlf, «t one Cuictt i MiiUf, «nd one Shilling the Keeperi THE famotis high-bred Horse, YOUNG SNtP f beautiful Bap, fifteen Hands blgh, free from all pamtal Blcmiftei. and is allowed all Judges to as beautiful Stallion as anp in England. He was bred bp Sir
29 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
L'Bj? tbt kin g’s autiJOfitgj

L'Bj? tbt kin g’s autiJOfitgj

tbt kin g ’s On Tuefday April i, will he publifl:ed trice 6d. Ornamcntsd nilb Vtnu cf the mdCafllt of Catrictferpa, tuitt Chan of the Bay, a Map of the Irijh Sea, plowing the Tract of M. Tiurol’i and Copt. Elliot't to ite Engagement,—An elegant Platt of the Fact and Rtverfe of th
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Hereas JOHN SMITH, Apprentice •'V Jo«ini»h Smith, CofdMriinef, in the of Enfham, in i- on '^ Inflant, March, 1760, ablrnt

Hereas JOHN SMITH, Apprentice •'V Jo«ini»h Smith, CofdMriinef, in the of Enfham, in i- on '^ Inflant, March, 1760, ablrnt

from his Mailer's Service i This therefore to forewarn ail rerlons not to employ or entertain him, if they <Jo they (hall according to Law. Witnefs Kami, JEREMIAH SMITH, is ahont Years of Age, round ihonldered, had a dark brown oat, with broad Buttons, buif-coJoin Waiilccat, whi
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England