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A DVERTISEMENTS WILLIAM NOBLE, In the fecond door of the firft turnpike belo w Scot's clofs, the fouth-fide of the

A DVERTISEMENTS WILLIAM NOBLE, In the fecond door of the firft turnpike belo w Scot's clofs, the fouth-fide of the

Cowgate, oppofite to the Meal-market, Edinburgh, pro- pofes inftantly to OPEN a SCHOOLr imorpOß the Reading of ENGLISH, J- which he propofes to teach in the eafieft, beft, and concifeft method, taking all imaginable care of the quantity, accent, and manner of ex- preflion, by wh
19 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Printed by W. Jackson in the High Stmt, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Printed by W. Jackson in the High Stmt, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Summons’s, Orders of Removal, Certificates, &c, &c. and by whom Printing in General is performed in the neateft Manner, at the moil reafonable Prices. Aakcrrifements k cn i n the Printer of this Paper and the Men who carry it; R, Baldwin, at the Rofe in Pater nefter Row, London
19 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Mi. Foreign News.

Mi. Foreign News.

I. DufftMorff^Sepf.z The 30th oflsft Month a Body of the Allied* Arrtiy attackfed Dorflert, where the Oyens of Prince SouMfe's 'Army had beeri built fome" Tisne ago. M; Vjerfet, with the firft Battallion Of his Regiment, were all made Prifo- ners after a vigorous Reii fiance. Ne
19 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To the PRI ty T ER &c.

To the PRI ty T ER &c.

s I it, f ~P ! 'HERE is much more than is commor.ly ima- I gined in catching the bent of otner peoples humours; or, in other words, timmg tlungs well. I do not remember any initance of lare, in which this has been more exemplified that in your Print- fellers taking -advantage oc
19 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Sept. 15.

From the London Papers, Sept. 15.

Madrid, Atiguft io. Tiie laft letters from Ve- nice inform us, that the Count de St. Michael, with feveral ofthe fecular and regular clergy, had been thrown into prifon ; and that, for reafons un- known to the public, the annual publication of the Bull ofthe Cruza.de had yet bee
19 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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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
 
Arrivd the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Arrivd the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

From the London Gazette, Sept. 15. Hamburgh, Sept 4. A CCOJIDING to a letter of the 28th paft re- / X ceived here yefterday from Glogau, the King of Pruffia was expecting every day to be attacked by the united forces of Auflria and Ruffia. We hear from Saxony, that the body deta
19 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
jf.-fi'dSNDON, &c. Saturday, Sepk *2.:

jf.-fi'dSNDON, &c. Saturday, Sepk *2.:

jf.-fi'd S NDON, &c. Saturday, Sepk *2. : ". J i. From the Lois don Gazette. At the Court at St. James's, the 1 1 tH Day of September, 1 76 1 • preJent, the JMOg's m-?ft Excellent Majefty in Council, |fe3^.f(SBj^g2&HEREAS in the Aft of Uniformity, wh,c^ 'eftablifhes the Liturgy o
19 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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19 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
be LETT the ixth ef May next. Convenient PUBLIC-HOUSE, (itaate at the Head of the Bottle bank, Gatelbead, known by

be LETT the ixth ef May next. Convenient PUBLIC-HOUSE, (itaate at the Head of the Bottle bank, Gatelbead, known by

the Sign if the B1 au and Bush, now tenanted by Mt Mark Coan, con* lining feven Fire-rooms, two Ccllats. Brew houfes two Stables, large Yard and Garden, atfo a good Draw-well: Ltkcwifc to be Lett, adjoining the fame, a MALTING, now tenanted by Mt lunes Hendetlon.—For further Par
19 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England