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b* SOLD, and tnurtd nftn tht \xth ef May tuxt, A Freehold FARM of Land, with convenient honfe thtteon, at

b* SOLD, and tnurtd nftn tht \xth ef May tuxt, A Freehold FARM of Land, with convenient honfe thtteon, at

Seaton, in the Paiiib ef Seaham, and County of Dutham, late belonging to Robert Whitfield, deeeafed ■, The faid Farm adjoins upon a Farm belonging to Langdale Sunderland. Eftji, of Newcaftle, to the South) Mrs Bewick, of Seaton, to the South welt; Ralph Sowerby, of Mewcaftle, Cf
10 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A N T; in tPilgrwP’ftreety Newcastle upon Tyne*

A N T; in tPilgrwP’ftreety Newcastle upon Tyne*

A N tPilgrwP’ftreety Newcastle upon Tyne* uart 17, Mdcclxi.
17 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To bo LET T.

To bo LET T.

To LET T. ALL the SEAMS of COALS, within and under the Lands and Grounds of |ohu Swiobutn, Efq, lying near the Weftgaie, in the County of Nonhumbeiland, and extending from thence to the River Tyne, confiding of upatids of too Acres. —Enquire oi John Swinburn, Efq« in Weftgatc. N.
17 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Jan. r.

LONDON, Jan. r.

The Army of the Empire is reduced to 9000 Men ; they are gone into Winter Quarters in F ranconia, their Head Quarters being fixed at Bamberg. Letters from Hanover ofthe 16th paft-aflert, that they never had had, in the Memory of die oldeft Man living, fuch bad Weather, with Rain
2 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Jan. 17.

LONDON, Jan. 17.

There is a Cartel on the Tapis, for an Exchange of Prifoners this Winter between the King of Pruflia and the Emprefs-Queen. At the Departure ofthe laft Accounts from Vienna, the Emprefs-Queen was very much indifpofed. The King of Pruffia has diftributed confiderable Sums of Mone
16 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
?? ADVERTISEMENTS, and LCttCCfil to t&e IprtntCt, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at Ncw-Straet-End

?? ADVERTISEMENTS, and LCttCCfil to t&e IprtntCt, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at Ncw-Straet-End

; Where Printing in general is pertorm'd in the neateft Manner, at the moft reafonable Prices. ADVERTISEMENTS,^, are alio taken in by, and the Paper may be had of, the following Perfons, viz. Mr. Binns. and Mr. Edwards, & Mr. Bevt, and Mr. Smith, in § Mr. Hirstwood, in Ripponden
6 January 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, January 13

LONDON, January 13

Yeflcrday there was a very grand Council at St. James's on affairs of importance. Some advices have been received fiom Ireland, which have occafioned many Councils to be held. ' Tis faid the Marquis of Granby will not return to Eng- land, but will have a fuperior command in Germ
20 January 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

A i' hll C E. ' * iv, v ! P lan W, have ' .<tn .orhf ,> a, ny R.> y' f '> ' '° >r - -i til ->n s Veil « LIl n !l '• :t a aippened before ' : ' d OUT ' eta cms ' the • i b -> '- J •• H- ac • '. s ' - ours, a i'LMi ;! < ~ t3i feat . !ii A ; 'o R i'Tian ' ,a " ' 1 ,v l ■»' vi L> (
19 January 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
M. I'.i the ; i-'W Editions th#» iT He'mr* U Baker, funl.ri Ue-W °T V' u' ' andC. Jaques, a,

M. I'.i the ; i-'W Editions th#» iT He'mr* U Baker, funl.ri Ue-W °T V' u' ' andC. Jaques, a,

at «), , tvve-nry-one iftrnes, Puce only one StuHi,;,' -!i so. : c: Written by W.H. DHAVOIiTH M tut'lmprovement and mert-.in-.--, ."f ,'u - " urt of both Si-*:. ' ' ''' .iiJ:s"'- u = 2. The Voyage and furnrifi, veneres round toe World ?e Uuu 1 ftJ '"" ck 10,15 the invincible'"/,
19 January 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
?? Marriac.es Petei Walfh,Efq* to Mifs Elea- nora Porter, Daughter of Joha Porter, Efq; df Burlington-ftreet.—-Sir Hugh Williams, Bart. Major

?? Marriac.es Petei Walfh,Efq* to Mifs Elea- nora Porter, Daughter of Joha Porter, Efq; df Burlington-ftreet.—-Sir Hugh Williams, Bart. Major

in the Rbyal Volunteers, to the Right Hon. Lady Vifcountefs Bulkeley, of *c King- dom af Isclandt « s 'Diaths. The Rc<V. Mr. Cafe, one of his Majefty's Reading Chaplains of Whitehall. At Gnmfthorpe in Letcefterfhire, the Rev. John Bland, M. A. one of his Majefty's Juftiees for t
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England