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f*lw Prcßch Court hat, according to a Letter from Peru, again ordered the levying the Egg*, Butter, and Cheefe. And

f*lw Prcßch Court hat, according to a Letter from Peru, again ordered the levying the Egg*, Butter, and Cheefe. And

the-fainc orders Tax to be levied on all Tame and Wild Fowl that fliall be fent by Way of Prefent, and the fame Doty to be paid for all Wine* feet to private People as is now paid by Merchant*.—TiwyA cur Taxes re hssrtben/tsae, we ssre sett yet reduced l» Shifts like thefe.
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T 6 BE LETI\

T 6 BE LETI\

T 6 LETI\ THE Tolls of the Turnpikes, leading Newbury to Marlborough. All t’erfons who are willing to take or farm the Tattle, are to attend the TruAccc, at their next general Meeting, at the Black Bear Inn. in Charnham in the ot HungcrFord, on Friday the Tecond Day of May next,
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To COVER this Seafon, At Fi/tun Shillings a Mart, and a Shilling the Groom ; The famous YORKSHIRE brown-bay Horfc,

To COVER this Seafon, At Fi/tun Shillings a Mart, and a Shilling the Groom ; The famous YORKSHIRE brown-bay Horfc,

YOUNG REGULUS; BELONGING to Joseph Clarkson, near Siifton in Cravtn, To’kCnirc ■ v.hu hits him in order to propagate his Species, and to preferve the Breed of fo fine and beautiful Creature, is allowed be all the Sporting Gentlemen, being perfcftly found, and free from all Bleni
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COVER this SEASON, at Fofs-Bridge in the County of Glocefter, three Miles from Northlccch, and Cirenceftcr, Five Guineas Maic and

COVER this SEASON, at Fofs-Bridge in the County of Glocefter, three Miles from Northlccch, and Cirenceftcr, Five Guineas Maic and

Crown the Servant, Money to paid the Time of Covering) A mod beautiful, fine, (bong Grey HORSE, I 4 Hands three Inches high he was got by the Devonfhire Childers; his Dam was bred by Capt. Appleyard, and got Sir Michael Wharton’s Commoner j his Grand Dam (which was alio the Dam
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
.h. r«. and «a advice uoon and their confent‘to, the terms o f of the corps deftmtd to a£l againft

.h. r«. and «a advice uoon and their confent‘to, the terms o f of the corps deftmtd to a£l againft

the Swedes. A thty mis ht Joubtljs Mcahn fime Cmfl remembered that the nother corps of ncirly the fame *orce is forming, performances as theje Dijadvantages fuch treaty, h (hould " oppofy , h the Ruffians in the mi/ p r llan(ls and U'enfih pr* tnftrument, and the framv’goif °PP°
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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London Gazette, March 22. Ceptnhagm, S' Hnftian Frederick Count Moltke, March 8. v. 7 clJeft (on of the Giand Marfhal, i- conftnutcd maifhal ot the court. ’Tis faid the king oi Denmark intends this Cummer to take a turn againinto Holftcin, in order view his troops. The tim tor h
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
foreign news. Whitehall Evening Post, Bnjlau, Aullrians are in motion in the Upper Silefu; but, means the fage rreafures taken

foreign news. Whitehall Evening Post, Bnjlau, Aullrians are in motion in the Upper Silefu; but, means the fage rreafures taken

his Majefty, we hope to be able to prevent their penetrating farther into our province. 2. Hamburgh. March 14, The Ruffian troops under general Tottleben are nearly mailers of all ihc Further Pomerania, where they are railing hea* vy contributions. Wc are aflurcJ the King of Pru
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Whitehall Evening Post, April 22. A Paragraph from the/Hague mentions a report blit upon what foundation is not

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Whitehall Evening Post, April 22. A Paragraph from the/Hague mentions a report blit upon what foundation is not

faid, of the king of Prufiia’s having given count Daun the flip, and turned, with his army, the camp of Pirfta, - from whence he was in full march for Bohemia. 2, A large body of the allied army are adlually aflembling near Munfter, to oppofe any feparate attempt the French may
28 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
’received With *Tis laid the articles •of capitulation are the fame With thofe at Quebec, •and that the want o*f

’received With *Tis laid the articles •of capitulation are the fame With thofe at Quebec, •and that the want o*f

provifions Was the chief rtto- tive of their furrendering. 4. tty a Letter from Turin We are allured/that the Spaniih atnbafiador at that court had declared, that the king his mafter was ready to accept being mediator, in order to put flop to the prefent war ; and at the fame-de
28 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By Order of Lady Dowager of Forbes.

By Order of Lady Dowager of Forbes.

NOTICE is hereby gi--uen to all thofe that hold their Lands of the Family of FORBES, compoundfor Fijhings, that they pay up all their Arrears of Feu-duties and Fijhings, and produce their lajt Difcharge they have got ; and that fuch Voffals as have Entries to take, do immediatel
8 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland