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19 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be L E T T,

To be L E T T,

. And tnttrtd Ufa* at Muhatlmai next, A Dairy. Farm, ia the _Vale White- Horfe ; fitaate abeot four Mile* from Wantage, and the fame Diilance from Farriogdon, Berks. To be let free of all Taxei, from about Setemy to Two Hundred Pounds per Annum, with about.Thirty Acres of Arable
19 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TH E Juftices of the Peace the County of Aberdeen met within the laigh Tolbooth thereof, upon the 19th Day

TH E Juftices of the Peace the County of Aberdeen met within the laigh Tolbooth thereof, upon the 19th Day

of September 1761 Years, in confequence of Adjournment of Date the Day of June Uft by paft, and Advertifement in th» weekly Journal, Having taken under Conlideration the Minutes the Heritors of the County of Edinburgh, CONCERNING REGULATIONS OF SERVANTS FEES AND DAY LABOURERS WA
21 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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From the Whitehall, Genekal, and other Evening Papers, &>c. S>pt. iz. Letter from a Prujftan Officer in Anterior Pomerania, September 4. YESTERDAY Part of the Swedifh Army encamped near Rebelow, and their main Body was at BaltiWw. Col. Belling was pofted at Jugow, and General St
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CO UNT R T NEWS.

CO UNT R T NEWS.

Portfmoufh, Sept. to. An Order is come to our Dock- Yard, to lit for the Sea, with the utmoft Expe- dition, his Majefty's Ships Royal George, Namur, Nottingham, Marlborough, Magnanime, and feveral other Ships of War ; in Confequence of which, our Artificers worked very hard this
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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From the LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 19.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 19.

Lisbon, ( Portugal) September 2. \jf Dv Gue Lambert, late Commander of the L»i.» Courageux, died of his Wounds the 2 cth of laft Month, and was attended, at his Burial, by the Englifh and French Officers. Hague, Sept. 13. The Head Quarters of the Allied 1 Army were on the 7th In
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Whitehall, September 19.

Whitehall, September 19.

Letters from Sir Jeffery Amherft, dated Albany, Auguft 13, give an Account, that the Operations againft the Cherokees, under the Command of Lieu- tenant Colonel Grant, of the 40th Regiment of Foot, had been very lucky, and that every Thing had fuc- ceeded without a fingle Rub, t
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
When may be kidi under Sanßlon of the KIN G's Royil.P'IiVENIS,

When may be kidi under Sanßlon of the KIN G's Royil.P'IiVENIS,

When may be kidi under Sanßlon of the K I N G's Royil P'IiVENIS, Dr. ?? Elixir, Hooper's Pills, Sch^anoeTcS Liquid Shell, RaddirtV fclixir, Chafe's Pills, Bctton's Bricifli Oil, Scots Pills, Spirits of Senrvy- grafs, Baker's BaUam, Fever Powdev, Bollock's, Squire's, and Stoughton
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDATy S£pt£ mbk r. 19, Mdcclxi.

SATURDATy S£pt£ mbk r. 19, Mdcclxi.

SATURDATy pt£ mbk r. 19, Mdcclxi. MONDAYS and TUESDAY** POSTS. Arrived a Mail from^HotiaNd. tr»m thi LON D O M T B. Hamburg h, ( DtnmArk) Augnjl at. PRINCE Henry of Praflia bt/l detached from hi* Amy in Saxony, General StuttcrheiiA,'.«iih fome Battalions, in Order to tcinfoicr Co
19 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To ir S O L D, Togtthtr tr Stfaratt, MESSUAGE, with Barn, Byers, and Stables, and fevetal doles and Parcels

To ir S O L D, Togtthtr tr Stfaratt, MESSUAGE, with Barn, Byers, and Stables, and fevetal doles and Parcels

of Ground thereto adjoining. Ctnate in Heaham Weft fields, called the High Houses, now in the Pofleffion William Cook] the Field* ate well watered, and inclofed. , _ Alfo another MESSVAOE or FARM, called the C»a«o, fituate North Tvne in the Parilh of Simondbutn. now in the Fobfe
19 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England