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YtfierJay arrputd a Mail FLANDERS. Cafinut (in the JJlanA nf Corfu*J June 5. THE Refidence of the Government is'fixed atCorti.

YtfierJay arrputd a Mail FLANDERS. Cafinut (in the JJlanA nf Corfu*J June 5. THE Refidence of the Government is'fixed atCorti.

Gen. Paoli has Keen prayed not to expofc hit Pcrfon the Dangers of the War, at Time when his Counfel is ncceflary for the Maintenance of onr Liberty. The People have granted the thirteenth of all their for the Continuation of the War. Of the fixteen Perfons attached Col. Maitine
18 July 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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jack

18 July 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Wtftl, June. 84; Wr:h«v« received; foch. Quantities of" Forage, that our Magazines are larger than they were before lb* Accident

Wtftl, June. 84; Wr:h«v« received; foch. Quantities of" Forage, that our Magazines are larger than they were before lb* Accident

that dellroyeththem. The Train of iPrince Soubize's Army is preparing, and. the tavalry at»s emplcgred in twiftingidap infaidie* or > b«ciy ThingMalllbe.ri^ady.to DfWft theCampaigiti t'i: . Hamburgh,. June ty-i'.rWe bade Letters here from the- Camp.- the Prelfiaas atGrdiftmberg,
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
I. ESSENCE of WATER-DOCK.

I. ESSENCE of WATER-DOCK.

There i* hut thi« Plant will core the mod inveterate Scurvy; the Antienta all affirm it, and the Corel now daily performed the Effcnce, prove their Truth. It not only clean the Skin of Eruptiom, but menda the whole Conftitution. Scorbutic Pcrfons are fubjeft to have bad Stomacba
29 August 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
robbed them before; the (aid Highwayman came vp and ordered the Poflilion of the Chaife to flop, which not doing

robbed them before; the (aid Highwayman came vp and ordered the Poflilion of the Chaife to flop, which not doing

immediately, the Highwayman threatened te blow hit Brain*out; the Poftilion then flept, and the Highway, man came to the Window of the Chaife, which being up, he, according to Ctiftom, broke the Blind, thrall i n his Fiftol, and demanded their Money, on which one of the Perfons
28 February 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To the GjiNtlemkn, Clergy, and Freeholders, of the County of BUCKS. Gentlemen, VIN G wet zvitb the greateji entrant men!

To the GjiNtlemkn, Clergy, and Freeholders, of the County of BUCKS. Gentlemen, VIN G wet zvitb the greateji entrant men!

from tht Frtehclden in gtntra!, to ojftr rnfflfa LaodiJate to Te[rfent you in tit trfuing Parliament, t burnt/, teg the Favour of your Fjtej and Intereft and if lam honoured with your C/xice, fall hope to merit your Approbation, by faithful Dif barge of my Du y to King and Coun.
28 February 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
RICHARD WESTON, Iron-Monger and Cutler, HAVING removed from the Shop lately kept by his Father, (<who rtfaned in his Favour)

RICHARD WESTON, Iron-Monger and Cutler, HAVING removed from the Shop lately kept by his Father, (<who rtfaned in his Favour)

a Houfe oppofue the Star inn in the Corn-Market, Oxford, continues to fell all Sorts of Iron-Monger's and Cutlery Goods, upon the lowed Terms. hopes all his Cuftomers will continue their Favours with him. Which will be gratefully acknowledged. By . 'stir mjl obedient humble Serv
28 February 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
wanted.

wanted.

AN Afliftant to the Boarding-School in the Vineyard, Abingdon, Berks; a Single Man, well qualified teirh the Claflickt and French, on very advantageous Terms: No one but drifted Charafler and good Morals will be treated with, and if he turned of Forty Years Age, will the better
25 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To Sold by Mr. CAMPION E, Italian, Neat Door to Mr. Nousiz, Surgeon, in Oxford, Large and Curious Collision of

To Sold by Mr. CAMPION E, Italian, Neat Door to Mr. Nousiz, Surgeon, in Oxford, Large and Curious Collision of

Statues, AJk. Built, and Monumental Ornaments of Kings, Queens, Princes, Poets, Philoibphers, Phyficians, fte. in Fine Paris Plaider Work, after the Italian Manner being the peateft Ornaments for Halls, Parlours, Stair-Cafes, Boolc-Caies, Dining-Rooms, Chimney-Pieecee, Sammer- H
7 November 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
foe far

foe far

14 November 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England