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ELLIS MATHER, from l.ondon, having taken the Stock, and entered upon the nufmefs of Mrs. Peck, of Thame, in the

ELLIS MATHER, from l.ondon, having taken the Stock, and entered upon the nufmefs of Mrs. Peck, of Thame, in the

County of Oxford, Ironmonger ; and having alfo laid in a frelh Afibrtment of the bull and neweft fafhioned Goods; begs Leave to allure all fucb Perfons as fhall be pleafed to favour him with their Commands, that they may depend on being ferved in every Branch of the Bufmefs, wit
22 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This is to give NOT ICE,

This is to give NOT ICE,

THAT KEMP’S Flying Machines go fix Times Week, and will continue flying every Day except Sunday, during the Summer Seafon. Thel'e Machines Inn the Belt and Crown in Hothourn.
22 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AW, There is a Barn on the Premifles.

AW, There is a Barn on the Premifles.

TO COVER this SEASON, at Weftbury in Buckinghamfliirf, four Miles from Buckingham, and two from Bracidey, at Guinea and Half a Mare, and Half a Crown the Servant, The Brown Bay Horfc M A D - C A P, Late the Property of John Borlace Warren, Efq; Mad-Cap was got Lord Cullen’s Arab
22 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To COVER this SEASON,

To COVER this SEASON,

At tbt CtUtH Heart in Glocejier, at a Guinea a Mare, and Half Crown the Servant} A Beautiful, Stiong, Gr. y HORSE, bred the Hon. William Howe, and by the late Duke of Son Old ChihUrt, and Full Bioihcr Blafk-Ltgs, Snip, Puff> Motte and levcral others. The Grey Hoifc’* Dam was the
22 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD JOURNAL.

OXFORD JOURNAL.

SATURDAY, March 15, 1760. Numb. 359. Ipobliflicd by W. Jackson in the High-Street, Oxford; and R. Bond, Printer and Bookfcller, in the IFeJigate-Strcet, Gjlocester, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING: difpcrled with the greatefl Expedition, through Oxfordfuirt, Berkjhire, Buckirghanpire, tV
15 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
KING’s auttoritgj ‘This Day is publi/hed Price 6d. Numb. 11. of the THE Royal Female Magazine; ( DcdtctuA tar Royal

KING’s auttoritgj ‘This Day is publi/hed Price 6d. Numb. 11. of the THE Royal Female Magazine; ( DcdtctuA tar Royal

Highntji tie Priactfi Dowager of fFales. CHARLES HONEYCOMBE, Efq;) For FEBRUARY, 1760. . Number embclli&cd with four Copper Plates, via. 1. Mr, Garrick in the Charaßcr of AhdDDruggetr from an original Drawing. 2. A curious Etching, in the Manner of of the Marquis qf Granby, by G
15 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BRITISH MAGAZINE;

BRITISH MAGAZINE;

O R, Monthly Repofitory for Gentlemen and Ladies. By T. SMOLLETT, M. D. and other Gentlemen. Tbit Numker, among many orhtr carioui anJ entertaining Particular!, contain the follnoing : I. A Parallel between Prince, Ferdinand of Brunfwick and Arminlus. 11. Conctufion the Hiilory
15 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD, WO Leafehold Tenements, fitnate in Nrjj Hall Lant Oxford lest at the Yearly Rent of 13 Poundt;

TO BE SOLD, WO Leafehold Tenements, fitnate in Nrjj Hall Lant Oxford lest at the Yearly Rent of 13 Poundt;

one of which is commodious for any genteel private Family, and ha* a good Garden, and planted with Fruit Trees of the bed Kinds : The other well tenanted. For Particulars enquire of Mr, Tox, in A'nu Inn Hall Lam, or of Mrs. Fox, Mercer at Hampton in tht Bujh, in the County of Ox
15 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MUSIC-ROOM, Holiwell, Feb. 29. ON Monday next the third of March, will be performed CONCERT of Vocal and Instrumental MUSIC.

MUSIC-ROOM, Holiwell, Feb. 29. ON Monday next the third of March, will be performed CONCERT of Vocal and Instrumental MUSIC.

The Vocal by the celebrated Mailer Norris from Salilbury.
1 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
fage belonging to Gen. Zettwitz’s Corpa was ta> and amongft it was the new Cloathxng of the Regiment of Schmettau,

fage belonging to Gen. Zettwitz’s Corpa was ta> and amongft it was the new Cloathxng of the Regiment of Schmettau,

Cuirafiers. The nine Officers faid to be taken befides the General, are reduced to fix, whofe Names are given, and three of, them are wounded. They carried off about other Prifbners, with about 500 Horfes ; and the Auftrians, according to M. Maubert, loft 45 Men and Horfes,
18 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland