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O X P 0 ft. t>, Afxiv 19.

O X P 0 ft. t>, Afxiv 19.

O ft. t>, Afxiv 19. Tuifday Morning tkont Sevien o’Clock. whilft the Society Pembroke-Collge, in thii Univerfity, were at Prayers, a Fire broke oat in one of the Rooms on the North Side of the firft Quadrangle, which, being very early difcovered, was happily extinguifhed without
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
PRICES »f STOCKS

PRICES »f STOCKS

Bank Stock, (hut. 113 1 -h. Three per Ct. Bank reduc’d opening. (hut. India Stock, 1 38. Three per Cent. Bank Ann. South-Sea 92 3-4ths. a 93. confol. i -h. a t -Bth. Old Ann. (hut. Ditto, 1726, Ditto new, 83. Bank Circulation, tl. 15s pr. India Bonds, 5 a 4s pr. Lott. Tick. 1760
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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12 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To it SOLD.

To it SOLD.

it SOLD. THE Dwelling-house, Shops, and Cellars, advaniageoufty fituaced on the Sandhill, in Newcaftle upon Tyne, in good Repair, nqw in the Occupation of Mt John Sonlsby and Mr* Mary Charleron, and leer at the yearly Rent of jol.— Whoever ia inclined ro purchafe the faid Pretnif
19 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
No. 436 1 - s U N A Y’s POST. Paris, {Tran") March 2X. HK Ships fitteJ out by the

No. 436 1 - s U N A Y’s POST. Paris, {Tran") March 2X. HK Ships fitteJ out by the

Had India Company at Port rOrient wait only for fair Wind; Roclic(prt are ready; and Loth arc to carry Troops the Iflc France, which is threatened by the Englifb. The Inhabitants of !la*rc have fubferibed, in order to lit out at their own Expence four half Gallics to drive the L
26 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
No. 4358.

No. 4358.

s U N D A Y’s POST. foreign affairs. Paris, (Franct) March is. HIS City is very (ickly, ami Ahundance People have been carried off by various DiiU ropers within few Weeks. The Duke of Burgundy is (iill in a precaiious State of Health. Wc arc amufed here with the Story of a Decla
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
7> he SOLD,

7> he SOLD,

SOLD, A Farm at Nethcrfhaw, the Harifli of Corfenfide^ in the County Noichnmherlancf, of the ye»«ly Rem of tjl. -And auothet at Rattwood bum, in the lame Parilh, called S TALP A RT S £ E L, the yearly Rent of til. Tho is the Occupation John Reed, and the lattet of ChiiAophcr Pa*
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AFRICAN NEWS.

AFRICAN NEWS.

River Senegal, Feb. ao. The London Bufs, Union Galliot, and Goree Sloop, are appointed to defend the Bar, which is very dangerous, and thefe Floating- Batteries are the beft Security to the Place. There is feldom more than eight Feet Water on the Bar, and fometimes no Parage at
18 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extraft of a Letter from Quiberon-Bay, March ts.

Extraft of a Letter from Quiberon-Bay, March ts.

" We are returned here, and find our Situation much more agreeable than before, for inftead of bad Weather and Scarcity of Provifions, we have a fino Seafon and plenty of Stock. " Our Admiral alfo on board gives Life to every one. He has made fome Alterations in the Difpofition
11 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ExtraH of a Letter from Cartel, dated the 13d ult.

ExtraH of a Letter from Cartel, dated the 13d ult.

ExtraH of a Letter from Cartel, dated the 1 3d ult. ~- We expecl; this Campaign to be the bloodieft that has been this War. On the i.th a Body of the Allies re-entered the Bifhoprick of Fulda, and advan- ced to Schlueten, where they halted ; and fince, we hear, there has been a S
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England