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?? _?-©*«. From tie Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, Qpc. OBober 21. COUN TR r N EW S. Extraß of a Letter from Portfmouth, 08. 19. t; ya N Thurfday arrived his Majefty's Frigate \J the Tweed, Capt. Pafton, who two Days before gave Chace to a large French Frigate of 3
17 October 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OStbtr 14, 1760. To l>« SOLD by AUCTION, TH E Houfehold Goods and Furniture of Mr. JAMES ROGERS. tUcerfed, at

OStbtr 14, 1760. To l>« SOLD by AUCTION, TH E Houfehold Goods and Furniture of Mr. JAMES ROGERS. tUcerfed, at

late Dwelline Houfc in Btuford. in the Ooanty of Oxford, confiding of very handfbme Mahogany Chain and Tablet, Piet- Glaflci, the belt Feather Beds, with Linnea Furnitore, Kitchen Furniture, Brewing Utrnfih, &c. The Sale to begin on Friday the )tft Day of Oftober Inftam, and to
25 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

A New-built Messuage or Tenement in Penny-farthing Street in Oxford, now in the Occupation of William Finch, Baker. And Two New-bnilt Mefluages or Tenements adjoining, in George Lane in Oxford aforefaid ; one of them occupied by Mr. Vowel, and .the other nntenanted.
11 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To bt Soid by A U C T I O N, {At Glocefter, upon Ike Premijjes) On Friday the Jth

To bt Soid by A U C T I O N, {At Glocefter, upon Ike Premijjes) On Friday the Jth

Day of November next, at Eleven » Clock in the Forenoon, A Freehold Sugar-Houfe, four Stories high, capable of working upwards of 600 Hog (beads of Sugar every Year, with a large Yaid and very good adjoining thereto a large Crane for loading and unloading a Cooper's Shop, Stable
25 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AL L Perfons who are any Way indebccd to the Eftate and Effeas of Mr. NICHOLAS ADAMS, late of Faringdon

AL L Perfons who are any Way indebccd to the Eftate and Effeas of Mr. NICHOLAS ADAMS, late of Faringdon

in the County of Berks, deaceafed, are forthwith defired to pay their refpeaivu Debts to his Executors William Wood and John Silvefter of Farringdon aforefaid or to Mr. Ward an Attorney there, or they will be fued without further Notice.
25 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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TICKETS, and Shares of Tickets, are now felting THOMAS DAWSON, at his State Oflue in Cireocdler j and are tegiliered

TICKETS, and Shares of Tickets, are now felting THOMAS DAWSON, at his State Oflue in Cireocdler j and are tegiliered

at Sixpence each Number, and the gieateft’Secrecy obferved. The Price of SnAtzs is as follows, vie. £, t. J. Half Ticket, - - -- -- -- -- - A Quarter, - An Eighth, - - - -- -- -- -- - 6 A Sixteenth, - - -- -- -- - ...Q Five Blaolu to Prize. Schemes of the Lottery gi»en graini an
25 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ALSO,

ALSO,

Sold by the Men who carry the Oxford Journal At 51. tht largt Botth, or half tht Quantity at «, 6d. Dr. Walker's Patent Genuine Jefuit's Drops. R, Elixir of Health and Long Life. THIi great Succefs and Demand that is ly rr.ad« 'or my never-tailing genuine JESUITS DROPS, which ar
11 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
From the London Gazette Extraordinary. JVhithball, October 6, 1760. EArly Yefterday .Morning Major Barre and Gapt. Deane, arrived from North

From the London Gazette Extraordinary. JVhithball, October 6, 1760. EArly Yefterday .Morning Major Barre and Gapt. Deane, arrived from North

America, with Difpalches from Major General A inherit, Lord Colville, and Brigadier General Murray, to the Right Hon. Mr. Secretary Pitt, of which the following are Copies and Ex trails. Duplicate of a Letter from Major General Amber/} to the Right Honourable Mr. Secretary Pitt,
7 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
• . • Colonel Prefer maket me hope that I AaU not bediftrefled much for Fuel in the Winter, but

• . • Colonel Prefer maket me hope that I AaU not bediftrefled much for Fuel in the Winter, but

for fear he may have mifcalculatcd, I have ordered him to ftrengthen the Pods the £ncmy had at J Quartier, and de Chambaujt, which are excellent Palfes, and an Barrier, betwixt which and Quebec, I can fafely canton Two Thoufand Men in the of the Inhabitants. This will fave Fuel,
7 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
State Lottery, 1760. The TICKETS and Shares of TICKETS Are Scld J. HAZARD, Stock-Broker; At his State Lottery Offices under

State Lottery, 1760. The TICKETS and Shares of TICKETS Are Scld J. HAZARD, Stock-Broker; At his State Lottery Offices under

the Royal Exchange, his Houle in Ludgate Street, at his Office at Charing Croft, and at his Office in Brillol, where the Numerical and Regider Books of the Drawing of the Lottery are kept. Tickets and Shares Regiftertd at Six-pence per Number, and the eailicft Account of their S
11 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England