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Thit Day arrived tven Maih from Holland, and two from Flanders. Madrid, [Capital of Spain] April 1. THE General Rendezvous

Thit Day arrived tven Maih from Holland, and two from Flanders. Madrid, [Capital of Spain] April 1. THE General Rendezvous

of the Land Forces and of the King’s Ships it to be at Barcelona. We are now more convinced than ever, that in the prefent Armaments the King never had an Eye to the Barbary States. The Tone which the Englilh have aflumed at Sea, juftly alarms us about their confirming themfelvc
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, April zz.

LONDON, April zz.

Yefterday it was reported, that Montreal, in North- America, had furrendered our Forces. —lf this true, it muft have been before any Amy could take the Field; that it it probable Famine may have been the Occafion of it, <wh(ch indeed wot txpeSed •would the Cafe. The Mails this D
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To COVER this Seafon,

To COVER this Seafon,

Mr. Stephen Wentworth's at the Crown Inn, in Alhoui*, Wilts j at Fifteen Shillings, and a Shilling the Servant ; (The Money to paid at the Time of Coveting) A Beautiful, Strong, Brown Bay Horfe, called HERCULES; which was got IVhitenoJe, (Son of the famous jdraliar/fi * Dam lyii
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WANTED Immediately,

WANTED Immediately,

AT THOMAS DAVIS't, Brazier, and Upholfterer, in the Matket - Place, Newbury; JOURNEYMAN BRAZIER, that can work either in the black or bright Way. IVanttd immediately in the City cf BATH, A Great Number of Journeymen Taylors. They will have conftant Work, and Two Shillings per Da
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

THE THREE curs, good arcunomed Inn, in very good Repair, and well tenanted, near Carfax, the I’attlh St Martin, in the City of Oxford* Enquire Mr. Walker, Town Clerk of Oxford,
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LEI T,

TO BE LEI T,

TO BE T, THE Tolls of the Turn] Ikes, leading frorrl Newbury to Marlborough. All Perfons who are willing to take o. farm the fame, are attend the Truflsts, at their next general Meeting, at the Black Bear Inn, in Charnham-ffreet, in the Parilh of Hungerford, on Friday the fecond
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE WHOLE

THE WHOLE

Ettrafted from the bell Ancient and Modern Writers, but chiefly from the Works of fuch have been reputed the moft able Divines and celebrated Preachers amongft us. By THOMAS STACKHOUSE, A. M. Late Vicar of Becnham Berklhire. Printed for J. Hinton, at the King’s-Arms in Ncwg.vte-
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WANTED, A Sober young Lad of good Chara&er, who has had the Small-Pox, to be a Writer to an Attorney,

WANTED, A Sober young Lad of good Chara&er, who has had the Small-Pox, to be a Writer to an Attorney,

near Wallingford, Berks. Enquire of Mr. Greenwood an Attorney, any Friday, at Stone-Hall in Wallingford, or of the Printer of this Paper.
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Lale lajl Night arrived three Mails from llAland, and this Morning one from Flanders. Naples, [Capital of the Two Siciliet]

Lale lajl Night arrived three Mails from llAland, and this Morning one from Flanders. Naples, [Capital of the Two Siciliet]

March i REcruitiog goes on very brifltly all over the Kine/lom, and abundance of Vagrants arc prefiod for Land •nJ Sea Service. The Sardinian Minifter here has received Orders to return home, and 'tis laid dep rrts in furh Manner t,ives room fufpedl there is fome between the tw
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To COVER this Scaftr* Now in the Hands of Charles Hodgson, Long Combe, near H'ooJJiock, in Oxfordjhire, The Fine BAY

To COVER this Scaftr* Now in the Hands of Charles Hodgson, Long Combe, near H'ooJJiock, in Oxfordjhire, The Fine BAY

HORSE, called FREEHOLDER, BRED by Lord Lonfdalc, and late the Property of the Right Hon. the Earl of Sanduich.- He is full 15 Hands high. Matter 14 Stone the Field, and free from J1 natural Blcmiihes. He won the Sweepttakcs Match Huntingdon in 1753* and the Stakes at Enfield the
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England