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Y9 be D, Together in Mefluage, Barn, Stable, Farm, and Lands, be- Copyhold, the Parifh Ptafmar/h, in Mr. Humphry*, the

Y9 be D, Together in Mefluage, Barn, Stable, Farm, and Lands, be- Copyhold, the Parifh Ptafmar/h, in Mr. Humphry*, the

yearly Kent did Parcel Uplands and being in in the Occupation Mr. Humphry, jun. the yearly Rent j6l. Aifo JvleiTuage, Barn, Stable, Farm, Lands Berlin: Farm, Freehold, m II the of Gcrfiiam Humphrys the yearly Re. z L Eaojirc A Rye. ftolen the 14th of Feb. !a'l, from (he Sami-el
3 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
vines to all that would plant them they gave cuttings to others ; and thus the Burgundy grape was propagated

vines to all that would plant them they gave cuttings to others ; and thus the Burgundy grape was propagated

over the nation. Mr John Warner is defervedly intitled to the honour of being the planter of the firft vineyard with Burgundy grapes in this country : for at the time he began, there were only two vineyards, one at Oarking, and the other at Bath; and both were planted with a gra
3 March 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

London Gazette, March 8. Hague, f Mle Hamburg Mails bring Letters of Mar. 5. X 26th pall, which lay, that a Party of 100 Ruffian Coflacks, of Major Gen. Totleben’s Corps, who were feen for fome Days pall in the Environs of Stargard, in Pruffian Pomerania, advanced on the 21 ft n
18 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. Mrs. DRUMMOND, Seed-Merchant, Reha of PATRICK DRUMMOND, (To all who pleafc ro employ her) Continues, as ufua!, at her

ADVERTISEMENTS. Mrs. DRUMMOND, Seed-Merchant, Reha of PATRICK DRUMMOND, (To all who pleafc ro employ her) Continues, as ufua!, at her

fliop oppffite to Lib- bers n's-wynd, in the Lawn market, Edinburgh, to fell at reafonahle rates, in whoiefaleand retail. rjNION, LEEK and CARROT SEEDS, PEASE and BEANS, with al! other forts of FRESH GARDEN and GRASS SEEDS, tree feeds, and grtat choice of flowcr.feid* ; Mnemo- n
31 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
and one will

and one will

1 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
No. 43id •

No. 43id •

No. • SUN A Y*s POST. rQ'RB I G AvrA J S. P A x*, {Vrtnct) Ttbnury if. Canoot Borrow, a Reooarfe to new Impafitioaa, toTwenble to the uTßtfni wanftrftestate, mdifpeuabte. There « Talk of doobfing the Cwuti > a certain Older of Pcrfons, of snaking it triple the Financiers, of rati
8 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To b* SOLD.

To b* SOLD.

AN improvable Estate, called the CRAIGG, in the fatifb of Eltdou, «nd County ot Nonhumbeilaod,— For futthec PatticuUis enquire of Mr Robert Snowdon, «( Hotlinghill, neat Rothbuty, who will treat about the fame. Alfo to be Lett, and entered on immediately, Newtown Water Corn'mill
29 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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beer A:. ation th; eVerV onb. I tsKii Mr Flag of Ifland p heard Retalia- &kith , after a make Atone. ent, Guido• the Gofollow is Nlajeipe, was t, having Itifoncd on the !Icing of •Torgau rn Saxony, Frb. 23. Moll of the Proflian Regiments are Complete. They have b.en recruited by
18 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Edinburgh) Wedffefdaj^ MafVb z6 } 1760. Num. $066}

Edinburgh) Wedffefdaj^ MafVb z6 } 1760. Num. $066}

26 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO be LET, IV puldick roup, at Hun-ltc and entered to at W hit!. .nday next. \n?-o The A&y of

TO be LET, IV puldick roup, at Hun-ltc and entered to at W hit!. .nday next. \n?-o The A&y of

roup to be fixed ni future adveitue rnt ?? * il- i- SEVERAL FARMS of the Ettatc of HUMBIE, vi/.. High-ice. H umoK-m.n.. , rtumb.e Mili, Upptr Keiih, Longlonc, brew-eat in LFppcr- ktirh, Vv'cfi. Parks <.f Humbie, Keith-Kill. Eaffcc Kirkhame, and others, al lying in the pardh of n
24 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland