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To be S O L D Cheap,

To be S O L D Cheap,

S L Cheap, AN exceeding gooil BILLIARD TABLE, late Mrs. Fowler's, which is feafoned and (lands extremely well. F.nquire of Mr. Thomfon at Kettle Hall, of Mr. Hanwell at the Wire Vaults, in Oxford.
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To he SOLD, A New-built Mcflliage or Tenement in Penny Farthing Street in Oxford, now in the Occupation of William

To he SOLD, A New-built Mcflliage or Tenement in Penny Farthing Street in Oxford, now in the Occupation of William

Finch, Baker. Enquire of Mr. Finch; cr of Mr. Walker. Town-Clerk. N. B. The Tools and Utenfils the Baking Way to be fold.
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Etdmburgh, Saturday i ..-larch zo, 1760 Num. 59 67 j

Etdmburgh, Saturday i ..-larch zo, 1760 Num. 59 67 j

29 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
By His Majefty’s Royal Licence and Proteiftii.n,

By His Majefty’s Royal Licence and Proteiftii.n,

O/t T ucfday fit Firji of April •ucill be fuhlijlcd, to continued the Firji of every Mouth, Price One Shilling, NUMBER I. OF The monthly melodYj R Polite Amufement for Gentlemen and Ladies. Being a Colleftion VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, ConMing EjJLtds, Airs, com poled Putpofe
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD JOURNAL.

OXFORD JOURNAL.

SATURDAY, March 29, 1760. Numb. 361. PaWilhed W. Jackson in the Htgb-Strert, Oxford; and R. Bond, Printer and Bookfclfer, in the Wefigate-Street, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING And difpcrled with the greateft Expedition, through Oxfordjhirt, Berkfinre x Buclhgbamjkirt, U'arwitkftArt, IV
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
 
LONDON, March 27.

LONDON, March 27.

Yeflerday the Surveyor of his Majelly’s Board of Works meafured the Ground for ere Cling a Scaffold for the Trial of the Earl of Ferrers. The Talk of a feparatc Peace with the Allies and France continues; and a Proof, they fay, that the entirely dcmo> liihing the Harbour of Loui
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUESDAY’S POST. Ttfitriny arrrvtd */* Mmh from Holland and Flanders. Berlin, [Capital of the King of Pruffia] March 15. THE

TUESDAY’S POST. Ttfitriny arrrvtd */* Mmh from Holland and Flanders. Berlin, [Capital of the King of Pruffia] March 15. THE

Qaeen and die Prince and Princefles of the Royal Family are to fet out for Magde burgh about the Middle of next Week, but mod of the Miniften will remain here. It now appetri to be decided tbtt the Army defined by the King to eft ngniaft the Ruffians, which will confifl of 40,00
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England