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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
 
[Numb. 637.

[Numb. 637.

little Trouble as poffible, and anfwer the fangmuc Hopes of his Friends. 7. The Evidences that have been hithertTexamined on the prefent Court-Martial here are very llrong and circumftantial, as to the Negleft and Difobedience of Orders ; and as the Commiflion was accepted by Ch
25 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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TUESDAY,

25 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Thu is to acquaint th a Fublick,

Thu is to acquaint th a Fublick,

the Partnerthip between Robert Moor I and Thomas Bichki op, being now dilTolvtd the luiineft of the Hleschfield wiH cam'ed on formetly (at Aldlilhi within Half a Mile of the City of Durham) Robert Moor only, who has.praftifed that Bulinefs neat Durham upwards of t6 Teats i takes
22 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MONDAY’s POST.

MONDAY’s POST.

From GAZETTE.' CorcHBACBM, K'ng Denmark, Health have been rather by his late Ilinefs, not only appears the Apartment* and at but has begun again, uAtil, accept of in Town. Hit front hit particular to- Princes of Hefle Caflel, given the Regent of Falfter (Infantry) to Prince Char
24 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
H«®w«eetx, March,, , Jljpftj'REAS lately ' ' .«* G.6rgf Elftland ~, Hoofe in Gatuiiiir-ifrou. l üb!i<| ...»O. ih* Piiiih u«*

H«®w«eetx, March,, , Jljpftj'REAS lately ' ' .«* G.6rgf Elftland ~, Hoofe in Gatuiiiir-ifrou. l üb!i<| ...»O. ih* Piiiih u«*

o. tft,prill, H«rftn-.0,«0x fary, any Pabiick, ,h« they « ° his Majtfly's fc'C *' f... A<v_ / >• - » '^« Lictnee ; i fr-i* (he future, (he Parilh has A Ct many filchi Huufei it, and Gardiner ftrfet has Ul 'i il greatly to the Lid etui:. u one LUCY Mai>l Mr. French, a , J" the £a
24 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Frotn the London Papers, March 20. Genoa, Feb. 16. ADvices from Catalonia import, that an army of 40,000 men was aflembling there and that the men of war in coimniillon in rhe different potts of the inoftarchy were, preparing for fea with the gi-eatefl expedition. Stettin, March
24 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland