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To the GENTLEMEN. CLEIGY, arid FREEHOLDE RS MT Cowls, of GENTLEMEN, IHave fern Advertifements defiring your Votes and Interefts at

To the GENTLEMEN. CLEIGY, arid FREEHOLDE RS MT Cowls, of GENTLEMEN, IHave fern Advertifements defiring your Votes and Interefts at

the enfuing Eleftion : I have had the Honour to reps cleat you in three Parliaments, and I hope with unblt mifh'd Integrity. Prefuming upon this, lam not difcouraged by Meetings contrived in my Abfence, nor by the falfe Suggeflions of my Adverfaries, from making you a Tender of
9 December 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

ALeafehold ESTATE in Holliwell, in the Suburbc the City Onfotd, held under Merton College, for the Remainder of a Term of 40 Years j confiding of a l.irgc handfcn Manfion Houfc, fix Rooms on a Floor, exceeding good Cellars, large Court-Yard, and therein very convenient Brewhoufc
20 December 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
O X P O R D, Deccmbir zo.

O X P O R D, Deccmbir zo.

O O D, Deccmbir zo. A few Days fince the Univerfity of Oxford was pleafed in full Convocation, to confer the Honorary Degree of Mailer of Arts upon Seymour Wroughton, Efq; of Eaflcott, in the County Wilts; Gentleman Commoner of Magdalen College. He was prefented by the Public Ora
20 December 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
7» tht ivarihj FREEMEN »f tht City of Glocester. Gentlemen, Find it has been induftrioufly reported here, that I JhoulA

7» tht ivarihj FREEMEN »f tht City of Glocester. Gentlemen, Find it has been induftrioufly reported here, that I JhoulA

not appear as CANDIDATE at tjie next Election for Kcprefentativca in Parliament for this City $ 1 take thft Method of alluring you, That no Man has or have Authority fo diAate to me, whether or not attempt obtaining the Honour ferving my Country in Parliament. To what End or Pur
6 December 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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nifc ton hat

13 December 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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\ tWif OpcratiesU gentle, nlid, fW ptafaat, «ad rhc ««• [i baft Paige that oft aft fold, for thole oho

\ tWif OpcratiesU gentle, nlid, fW ptafaat, «ad rhc ««• [i baft Paige that oft aft fold, for thole oho

are to bread fat they ■wonderfully alcanfe the lowcit of Slime oft filth, and Forge away all (lift and clammy Humours, ahich l«y up the ram that digeft rtre Juice Pood. They C«cdica aod clarify the •hole Maf* of Blood, and allured y curat the Itch Scurvy, and all Breakiagt oat t
2 December 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mnntheftcr, December g, t AS there will be many Allotments the enfuing (to fill up the Vacancies of thofe whole

Mnntheftcr, December g, t AS there will be many Allotments the enfuing (to fill up the Vacancies of thofe whole

of Years will at thofe different Times expire) of Pcrfons » the Hundred of Salford, in the County of Laacafler, in the Royal Lancafjire Militia . Notice is hereby given. That any Petfon liable to ferve in the laid Militia, may the firft Day of November 1763, indemnified from Ser
23 December 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

O N O 4 . LETTER from Capt.Barf , naby, Commander of the Sow General Townfhend, dated St. Croix, Nov. 6, fays, I take this Oppor{unity, by the Way t*- "J; London, to acquaint you m y Misfortune in being taken a French Frigate < bound Bourdeaux, Lai. 31. 23. North, Long 57 Deg We
8 December 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
o to tie hi-ft R. Together, ;n c , the Reel Lion, Fletching Suffer, Friday of December, 176 c, One

o to tie hi-ft R. Together, ;n c , the Reel Lion, Fletching Suffer, Friday of December, 176 c, One

C lock in the n, A Copyhold, Barn, and about 23 Acres Land, called land, near the lanyard Flefchingr, m the Occupation of Thomas Brett, the Rent per annum. And Copyhold Mefluare, Stable, and about Land, Danehill, in Fittcning, called the Black Dog, in the Occupation Gporge Brett
8 December 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
The History of the last ferve, that as there has been annually, for feveral years, a claufe inferted the mutiny-bill,

The History of the last ferve, that as there has been annually, for feveral years, a claufe inferted the mutiny-bill,

by which it is enabled, " That offences committed againft the mufiny-adt 17 Geo. 11. or any other fuch aft fmce made, may, during this ad, be tried, determined, and punifhed, by the fame means, as the like offences committed againft this prefent ad;" I muft fuppofe, that marine,
2 December 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland