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TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

At Lang/trJ in Btrkjhin, •within five Miles of Lrochladt in Gltctfitrjhirt, and four'of Bnrjcrd in Oxfordjhin AFARM, confining of a Dwe!ling-Ho«fr, large Don Heufe, two Bami, and other necHTary Buildings ; an Orchard mil planted; fiftgr-two Acres of Mead> and Pafture in fnr Incl
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT, And tntertd uftn immediately, THE Oxford-Arms Hn at Thame, in the County of Oxford ; late in

TO BE LETT, And tntertd uftn immediately, THE Oxford-Arms Hn at Thame, in the County of Oxford ; late in

the Occapatton of Mr. ROBERT HOWLAND, deceafed. The Inn it well accaftomed and fituated in the Market for Bufineft j with good Stables and all other Conveniences. N.B. The Stock and Furniture will be fold. For further Particulars enquire at the faid Inn, or of Mr. Way, in Thame
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
We hear that as foon as General Amlietft has fettled Affairs at Montreal, he to proceed to the Mifiiflippi, dirpoffclsour

We hear that as foon as General Amlietft has fettled Affairs at Montreal, he to proceed to the Mifiiflippi, dirpoffclsour

Enemies of all their Territories in North America. We learn from Pctcrfburgb, that fome true Patriots hare jeprsfented to the Adminillration, that if a Quarter of the Pcopfe, who have fallen in the War, had been employed working the Gold and Silver Mines Siberia, they would hare
1 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
J'o I: 1- E T T, rt”(i entered upon at May-day next.

J'o I: 1- E T T, rt”(i entered upon at May-day next.

Ontii -mo I'ARIVI, in the Chaptlry of Horl. ion, ami Couiif Nnnlmmhcil.jud. fniuaiiiing Acies oi" Arable, anJ Ground ' incloled with Qiiickhod :t>, * in . oIV. (lion of Jolin and J.nnes (loirs, Tenants. Alton 1-AU.M :i» W'le.nidge. near Seaton delavni, 50,3 Aces of Arable, Meado
15 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

From the I.onion Gazette, Hovpe, 3c. Th:< day the HonomaWe the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, as.d Commons of f City of Loudon, 111 Common Council waited on Her Royal tl.e Downier of and being intro dured by S ! r William Baronet. Chamberlain her Royal Sir William Moreton, K't the Record
3 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
'he LONDON for October, ■*■ 1760, v, Nov.mb' r, i v-j given an U the row:, y;,c ' a»- Montreal,

'he LONDON for October, ■*■ 1760, v, Nov.mb' r, i v-j given an U the row:, y;,c ' a»- Montreal,

in Canada, larch his ous Troop?, with beautiful View ot Montreal Town, engraved a large Copper r 'late. %* Month*? London Magazine, in eight Hail Sheets of Letter Pref>, lixieen tiu> c than ufual, will contain the number really original Productions met with any Publication, inte
3 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

LONDON, Nor. 3, learn from Rome, that dccea'frd Queeri of Spam icft by,her will halfa mulidri fcuJi, which flic had in the Mount of Piety here, befide* confiJerabie which Ore had the hanosof the bankers Sijocelli and Raniere, to her Father the King Poland. "olincfii having upon
17 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

Nothing in the Gazette. Nov, A Letter irom King Lucifer Maubert. Right trufty ami well beloved Sort, By Tome illuftrious Shades defcendeH front the Field* of learn with inexpreffiWeConcern, the Atch-Herctick has triumphed over my good Sifter Hungary, your Miftrefs. I heartily co
17 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Lots the l.igheft . . 8«h Day of December the Clock at Noon, Vi' "'i ' Vt ' tc °'

Lots the l.igheft . . 8«h Day of December the Clock at Noon, Vi' "'i ' Vt ' tc °'

Suffix, Afliffnees ~f,l '°r , lR Huh, ia'e of fi " Bankrupt. Occupation. - Alfo all that and Gar W - purtenances, in the Occupation ICftl!le A Pe.fmarfli, „d KUol'te^'^ thereto adjoining, late in the Bankrupt' ( ) Alfo the Bankrupt', Kftate w r.ffe a „a' of and all that Mefluage
17 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
m°R noble order of the garter, the right hon. Hen* ry Legg*, c fq ; J ames Grenville, efq; Frederic

m°R noble order of the garter, the right hon. Hen* ry Legg*, c fq ; J ames Grenville, efq; Frederic

Worth, e&j; commonly called lord North, and James Ofwald, efq; to be comofiffione-s for executing the office ot treafurer of his Majefty’s exchequer. From the Gazette Ext raotuhkart. Lncejkr-Houfi, day the right hon. the lord October 30. mayor, aldermen, and commons, of the city
10 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland