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J F k • ILLINEP ) From hi t Cardinal and Ribbon Warihottle in Broo4 Stria, Ho/horn, London, now at

J F k • ILLINEP ) From hi t Cardinal and Ribbon Warihottle in Broo4 Stria, Ho/horn, London, now at

the Sign of San, at the SIN% o f Mr,. Tyro, Ladies Shoemaker, &Puma Golden-lall,ct a..id Mr. Hand'', Cork Cutter, in Efilgat St et, aillir, di,' ing the Time of the Fair, ) i EGS Leave to acquaint 1 Ladies, Shop keeper., and Others, That he makes and fells in the newel 'Fade, al
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be SOLD.

To be SOLD.

On the Eleventh Day Nrvember next. - at the Houle of John by the Sive of the Red Dog, fitkate in the Eafigate-Steeet. in the City of Cbelhr, brewers the Hours .f Two awl Farr o'Cleek the Affirms*, of fame r ,,,firch as /hall he thus and there proa'rell, AMoiety of an Efate of In
27 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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The laft. Letters from Cogjenhagen Moi^ us, that the Refolutions taken in the fete great Council of State are kept extremely iecret; notwiamftaiidin which, the general Opinion, grounded Of* foine late l Change** and Promotions in the Army, inclines to a Belief, that vi- gorous M
24 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E. London, &c. Tbur/Jay, QSt. 8.

E. London, &c. Tbur/Jay, QSt. 8.

i . Yefterday there was a very grand Council held in the Council-Chamber at Whitehall. Gen. Ev. Pcft. 2. Things remain in the lame Situation at Court. No more Changes havj happened ; aiu it's hopeu tiie Difputes will be amicably adjufteu, Gen. Ev. toft. 3. From Lend. Ev. poft Th
10 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
C. Foreign News.

C. Foreign News.

i. Hague, Oj?. 20. The Count of Choifeul is declared Mi- nifter of the Department ef Foreign Affairs in France, in the Room of the Duke of Choifeul his Brother, who keepr tt#& War ©ffice, and unites to it the Military Part of the Marks * > The Commercial Part of the Marine is pu
31 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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D E A THS. Sir Griffith Boynton, Bart, of Burton Agnes, Y.rkfh.re, whofe Ti- tle and Eftate defcends to his

D E A THS. Sir Griffith Boynton, Bart, of Burton Agnes, Y.rkfh.re, whofe Ti- tle and Eftate defcends to his

Son* a Fellow-Commoner in BennetCoK lege, Cambridge. Mr. Marfhal, an Attorney at Wifhieh. >*
31 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To LEAP this Season,

To LEAP this Season,

At Thornton, in the County of Durham, within four Mile* of Berwick, belonging to Mr Patrick Dodtj T*WO Fine TUPS, at Half Guinea each Ewe, and one Shtiling for the Graf*: The Money to paid at taking away the Ewe*.—They ate reckoned by the beft Judges to be the two beft Tup* in t
3 October 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tt bt SOLD,

Tt bt SOLD,

AConvemiemt DWELLING-HO U S E, fituatc in Pundon, Newcaftle, containing nine Fiie-rooms, fix vhich ate on the Ground Floor with Brew houfe, large Cellar, and Yard. , . Alio HOUSE adjoining the fame, containing three Fite-room*. Enquire of Mr Henry Atkinfon, in Newcaftle aforefai
3 October 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE LETT, At OU Michaelmas next, Blackball farm, in st. Giles's, Oxford, lately occupied by Mr. William Howell, dcecalcd;

TO BE LETT, At OU Michaelmas next, Blackball farm, in st. Giles's, Oxford, lately occupied by Mr. William Howell, dcecalcd;

confiding of 133 Acres of Arable and Failure Land, Tytbe-free, except eight Acres of Arable. ! For further Particular* enquire of Mr. Hume in High* Street, or of Mr. Aldermen iva*. in Oxford.
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
JOURNAL

JOURNAL

SATURDAY, OSioher 31, 1761, Numb. 44.4. Publilhed by W. Jackson in the High-Street, Oxford and R. Bond, Printer and Bookfellcr, in the Wejlgatc-Street, Glocsste* EVERY- SATURDAY MORNING: V And diTperfcd, with the greateft Expedition, through Oxfvr^re y BerkJbirtyHuckinghatH/bire
31 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England