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7> COVER this SBas on,

7> COVER this SBas on,

COVER this SBas o n, At Henry Story’s, at Crook, near Bilhop auckland, in the County of Durham; at Two Guineas a Mare, and Half a Crown to the Servant: The Money to be paid at the Coveting, or at takbg awav <he Mares; Mlles Thistlewait e’s Brown Horse, YOUNG MOGUL; is fifteen Han
4 April 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To COVER this Season,

To COVER this Season,

At the treat Bell at Toag. star Shifaall, its the County ofSalop; a 12 .s. an./ It! (:..m ; the . 'vcar t: be phi • err • /ex . /ion Graft. LIGHTNING: Late Mr. Fenwict.' , BYWELL TOM. Free from all Natural Bleminses. 1 her. certify that Li. Tom. otherwife LIGHT nby Cade, his Dan
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
JAM E S CO WA N, Deacon.

JAM E S CO WA N, Deacon.

The meeting appointed a committee of their ?? to meet with the committees named by the merchant-company, and other corporations. . Edinburgh, April 3 J, t 7 6i. Renrrfentation to the Rig,. t Honourable rhe LofJ Proveft, M pi/lrat.s, and Town-cotncii of the city oi Edinburgh. . .
4 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENT S. THAT upon Monday the 13th of April cur" renr, will begin to be fold, by way o* roup,

ADVERTISEMENT S. THAT upon Monday the 13th of April cur" renr, will begin to be fold, by way o* roup,

at Mr. Wilfon Mafon, his houfe at Caftle- barns, and to continue till all is l old|joff , a neat aflortment of HOUSHOLD FURNITURE, moftiy new, and absolutely clean, confifting of mounted ftanding beds, tent and chair beds, down and feather beds, Englifh and Scots blankets, ma- h
6 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
e.--> ■ tative Sir John Erfliine of Alva, deceafed, and member for the boroughs of Anftruthcr, ire. to Mi(s Jenny

e.--> ■ tative Sir John Erfliine of Alva, deceafed, and member for the boroughs of Anftruthcr, ire. to Mi(s Jenny

Wedderburn, only daughter Lord Chcfterhall, dccealed, Girths. March. The Princefs Royal of Saxony, of daughter. j4pril■ 3. Lady Aberdour. (on. 6. The lady Mr John Dalrymple younger of Coufland, advocate, iolicitor of excite, a daughter. 7. At London, the wife of Mr Whittit, at C
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
' ' Jj| Swiftly from the mountain'* 1 Shadows, nurs'd by night. And the peeping fun beam 1 -Jf<' \

' ' Jj| Swiftly from the mountain'* 1 Shadows, nurs'd by night. And the peeping fun beam 1 -Jf<' \

Paints with gold the e ' Now the pine-tree's waving r3 Gently greets the And the new-wak'd kidling Dalies round the dewy Philomel foilakes the .(>. Plaintive where fhe prate And the lark, to meet the i Soars beyond the From the clay-built cottage See the chau'ring ,j Darting thr
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Single Man, that keeps a HOrfe and Chaife, wants to" Board in Chelmsford, _Witham, Ktiv don, �?�©i any Place

A Single Man, that keeps a HOrfe and Chaife, wants to" Board in Chelmsford, _Witham, Ktiv don, �?�©i any Place

A Single Man, that keeps a HOrfe and Chaife, wants to" Bossdin Chrtms <r I, _Wh am, Ktiv don, ©i any Place uao'i the Rs-ad tfetiveen rheirnsfbrt' : 'r«r.d C ci> Mh-r, in Dedh&mj in the *_t Part of the Town of Ip'w.ch. or ?? th^ Mci^hbou/hocd of Ipfwich. If any want? fticiv T-Ro-n
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
TP&WJ C^H : Printed for E. CRA i c h t *• n\ (Rriee Two-Pence Halfpenny,;

TP&WJ C^H : Printed for E. CRA i c h t *• n\ (Rriee Two-Pence Halfpenny,;

4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
THURSDAY’* POST. COUNTRY NEWS. Gloccstbk, March ji. Mr» Lam By Deputy laum-CUrk of Gloceftcr. SIR.. jroo have adlmdfiid ia the

THURSDAY’* POST. COUNTRY NEWS. Gloccstbk, March ji. Mr» Lam By Deputy laum-CUrk of Gloceftcr. SIR.. jroo have adlmdfiid ia the

laft Gloacefter Joernal S\, for the Mantram City, I thiak 1 m»y profitly addrefi BayfcTf to 70a. I agree with 700, that many Afperfiont have been caft upon the Magiftratea for their Condo# with regard to the aft Eleftten: Bat they have the Happinen have it ia their Power, if the
4 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
W A N T E D, Immediately,

W A N T E D, Immediately,

AT Flourifhing Gramipar-School, in the Neighbourhood, a Perfon capable of Writing the mfi majlrrlf Hand! in every Chanfter in Great Britain, and thcrugUj qailifnl to teach Youth the in every Branch. The being dulled iu Drawing and Dejtgm.tg will be the lltcnger Recommendation. T
4 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England