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Letter from Col. Freytag to the Regency of Wurtz-.burgh, Feb. 26.

Letter from Col. Freytag to the Regency of Wurtz-.burgh, Feb. 26.

Letter from Col. Freytag to the Regency of Wurtz- burgh, Feb. 26. " The Regency of Wurtzburgh not having thought proper to give their final refolution con- cerning the orders communicated to then;, nor to begin the delivery ofthe things reg lired by his Se- rene Highnefs Prince F
29 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BV RICHARD WAY, will be Sold in Lots, by Auflion, on fritiay in Eaftct Week, leiug the nth Day Apr!

BV RICHARD WAY, will be Sold in Lots, by Auflion, on fritiay in Eaftct Week, leiug the nth Day Apr!

next, the jjcuuir.c Slrcic of Cuttle and Implements of o. Sir HENRY PARKER, Bart, yt his Houfc Tclcon, neir the urnpike Road, four IVlilc> l»om Shipfton-upon-Stour, In the County * Worcefter. The Whole confining Fourteen Fine Vt.ung Breeding Cows, with Calves; Five Two-year-old
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO COVER this SEASON, Weflbury in Buckin*-l>amlhire, four Milo from Buckingham, ani two Bracklry, at a Guinea and Half a

TO COVER this SEASON, Weflbury in Buckin*-l>amlhire, four Milo from Buckingham, ani two Bracklry, at a Guinea and Half a

Marc, and Half a Crown the Servant, The drown Bay Horfe MAD- C A P, Late the Property of John Boriace Warren, Mud-Cap was got by Lord Cullen's Arabian, his was bred Mr. Dutton, foaled in Ireland, and got by famous Stallion called Ground Ivy, a Son of Lampre his Grand Dam the Hai
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SATURDAY, Mauch Mdccax.

SATURDAY, Mauch Mdccax.

T U E S D AY’s POST. Arrived a Mail from FianobKs. tht London Gazette. Copenhagen, (‘Dtnmark) March 8. IT is faid the King of Denmark, intends this Sommer to take Torn again into Holftcin, in order to view his Troops. The Time for his Departure ia net yet fixed; bat in all Proba
29 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ti» COVER this Seaa on.

Ti» COVER this Seaa on.

At Hentp Stoip’s at Crook, nea- Bilbop auckland, in the Countp "of Dutbam, 'at Two Guineas Mate, and Half Crown to the Servant: The Monep to be paid Coveting, 01 at taking away ! the Mares, Mlles Thistlewaitt’s Brown Horse, YOUNG MOGUL, he i» I $ Hand* high, and is clear of all
29 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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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
 
Fabrosferrarios, carpeatariot, macellarios, et cer-.-vorum, aproru/nque venatores, con-venit foaarc.miiitia..

Fabrosferrarios, carpeatariot, macellarios, et cer-.-vorum, aproru/nque venatores, con-venit foaarc.miiitia..

Fabrosferrarios, carpeatariot, macellarios, et cer- -vorum, aproru/nque venatores, con-venit foaarc miiitia.. Veget. de re Miliiari. S I R, I~Tjßr OW widely dees this celebrated and Eg friends ot liberty, differ ir, his miii- II c.d fiction, who confider an army to be no otherwil
31 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MALVERN

MALVERN

WATERS. The Price for Lodging and Boarding Fifteen Shillings per Week each, nclufive of Tea, Coffee, Fire, and Candles, in their refpeftive Rooms and Seven Shillings and Sixpence per Week for each Servant. * * There will two publick Days in the Week in the Long Room ; Monday, a
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LETT, ■And entered upon at Michaelmas next. THREE MEADOW S, known by the Name Northern Meadow;, in the Patifl) of

LETT, ■And entered upon at Michaelmas next. THREE MEADOW S, known by the Name Northern Meadow;, in the Patifl) of

St. Giles’;, Oxford, containing Forty Acres or upwards, Tythe Free, and lett at Sixty Pounds per Annum, now in the Occupation of Mr. Tinfon at the New Inn. For Particulars enquire the Printer of this Paper.
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England