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To h* SOLD.

To h* SOLD.

h* SOLD. SEVEN Hundred and Fifty OAK TREES, now and growing H'-Uerfide, in the Pari o( Simond bu'n. and County of Northumberland: A great Part of them will be fir fo- rliip bu lding. iitte-Aiiia Urge Pa-cel of BIRCH and ALDER TREES, now flan-liny and growing the Coat hiM. near He
13 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
htUr fnm m» OJUtr •* board tbt Norfolk off Poniithtrry, dattJ Ofloitr 13, 1760.

htUr fnm m» OJUtr •* board tbt Norfolk off Poniithtrry, dattJ Ofloitr 13, 1760.

"SIR, " I «n obliged to you for your Letter by the left Indie, mao: A* Things were then drcumftanced in Gutooe. it it probable that a Peace hat takeu Place with von tbuTine. Poadkhcrry it now our grand ObjeA here: It it clolely blocked wp by Sea and Land and if it fallt, (aa the
13 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MARRIAGE. The Rsv. Mr. Frederick Woilafton, of Bury St. Edmund's, to Mifs Ottley, an agreeable young Lady with a very

MARRIAGE. The Rsv. Mr. Frederick Woilafton, of Bury St. Edmund's, to Mifs Ottley, an agreeable young Lady with a very

large Fortune.
13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
T# bt SOLD t$ tkt hfl MuUtr,

T# bt SOLD t$ tkt hfl MuUtr,

SOLD t$ tkt hfl MuUtr, On Taefdty the Da/ of Jane inft. .the Houfc of Mt James Nicholfoa, Innkecpet, io Heugktao le fpring, ia the County of Duthain, between the Boats of Two and Sis in the Afternoon of the fame Day N ESTATE, held by Leife Y«af» wilder the Oean and Chapect ot Dum
13 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
B. Foreign News,

B. Foreign News,

1. Madrid, May ii. Several Robberies, and even feme Murders, having been committed lately in the Streets of this Metropolis, the Court hasfoibid the carrying of any concealed Arms. Likewife all Livery- Servants, except the Kins's, arc prohibited from wearing Swords upon Pain of
13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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A D V ERTISEMENTS. JAMES CLARK, Smith and Ferricr, from London (where he has been feme years in practice) ar

A D V ERTISEMENTS. JAMES CLARK, Smith and Ferricr, from London (where he has been feme years in practice) ar

his fhop in the Pfeafance, near the Cowgate port, Edinburgh. Noblemen, gentle- men, and others wno pleafe to employ him, may depend upon being well ferved, and upon the molt reafonable terms. THe Heritors of rhe Parifh of Forres propofe to BUILD a MANSE and OFFICE HOUSES for the
13 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
“f#. if* OXFORD JOURNAL.

“f#. if* OXFORD JOURNAL.

if* OXFORD JOURNAL. K S SATURDAY, June 13, 1761. Numb. 424. • Publiftied by Jackson in ihc High-Street, Oxford and R. Bond, Printer and Bookleller, in the JVeJigate-Street, Gloceste^, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING: And dirperfed, with the greateft Expedition, through Oxfordjhire, Berkjh
13 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT, TUB Tolls of the TarapSko at Hfokfey Canfcwajr, oa the Road Icadiag from Fryer Bacon's Study to

TO BE LETT, TUB Tolls of the TarapSko at Hfokfey Canfcwajr, oa the Road Icadiag from Fryer Bacon's Study to

Abingdon, in the County of Berks. All Perfons who are willing to take farm the fame are defired to attend the Truftees their neat General Meeting at the Angel- Inn, in Oxford, Saturday the ayth of this Inilaat June in the Time may be informed what the Tolls of the £ud Gme have Y
13 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
from the London Papers, June fe.Confi'antimplc, April 16-

from the London Papers, June fe.Confi'antimplc, April 16-

from the London Papers, June fe Confi 'antimplc, April 16- ?? s^ name °*" I ' lC King of PrufEas Agent, who concluded tbe late treaty, was not Stutterhcim, but Rexiii. Some people fay, that he «|i affhrned for fome time the name of liabden. Whatever may be in this, he 4 has hithe
13 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John KnelJ, of St. Mary le Bone, Middlefcx, Coach and Co?ch- Harnefs M-ker. Thomas Holtord, of Dowga^KiU, Loudon, D-y- Salter and Diftiller. '
13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England