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27 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
yl ?our ual fthe late voyage to Stade, -when the Right

yl ?our ual fthe late voyage to Stade, -when the Right

fion. Lord Anf a went for her Majefly. jng, 6. 176 T. thm fday. THF. yachts and fmaller fiiips rendez- voused at Harwich ; the ftiips of the line lay within fight of Harwich at Oozely Bay. Aug. 7, Friday. Lord Anfon ar- rived at Harwich, and in the even- ing made the fignal for
12 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
H. FOREIGN NEWS.

H. FOREIGN NEWS.

Ipswich, Oa. 30, Yefterday arrived at Harwich, the Mail from Holland, by which we have the following Advice*. 1 . Paris, Oft. 1 9 . The Fifcount de Belfunce and the Cheva- lier de St. Croix are fet sat for Breft, where they are ta embark with fome Troops on board feveral Ships o
31 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DEATH. The Hon. Keneth M'Kcnzic, commonly called Lord Fortrofe. ?? ?? ?? ?? t » . ?? ?? .». _

DEATH. The Hon. Keneth M'Kcnzic, commonly called Lord Fortrofe. ?? ?? ?? ?? t » . ?? ?? .». _

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24 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
L O N D O N. Oftober ij.

L O N D O N. Oftober ij.

L O N D O N. Oftober Seurat more RefigidtioM end Promotioni are fooo txp to Place at Ceurt. And is reported there will (bon be (one Changes in the Admiralty. MOrhWg abSut 'Eleven o’Clock the Right Hoe, Mr. Pitt fet oat from his Hoafe in St. James’s Square for hit Scat at ( Bromle
17 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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• • •• > v ■' PubUfhed by W "Jackson in the High-Street > Oxford and R. Bond, Printer and

• • •• > v ■' PubUfhed by W "Jackson in the High-Street > Oxford and R. Bond, Printer and

Bookfellcr, in the Wfftgate-Strcet, , . : /EVER R D A MORNING: diTperfcd, with die grtateft non» through Oxfordjblre, B&kjbire, WiUflnrt fParwiekJbire, tPorceJterJbire y Glocejterjhire, HerfftrJjhirtj Shrtpjbtrt, and Various Peris of : —By whom Adrcrtifemcnts and Authentick Lett
24 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Wberea* I WILLIAM HARDYMAM, of' Uodoi, have, without ajijr Foundation, puMUhod and canTvd to be and difuerfed, in feeeral Parti

Wberea* I WILLIAM HARDYMAM, of' Uodoi, have, without ajijr Foundation, puMUhod and canTvd to be and difuerfed, in feeeral Parti

tbit Kinedonv «»d particui.tljr ty Celch ertj. m, Boekfeltet in Bofton W*i, Bookfelier in Lincolo , Davy, at St. Giln’t Gate, Norwich {'Jefifk Cuihiertfia, in Weliingbo* rouyh; Bern, Grocer in Mancheftef; Wiliam Bi-rlej, Grocer in Chefter; JamaWld, Bookfeller in Ludlow; Tim Hat
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be L E T T,

To be L E T T,

be L E T T, A Dwelling HOUSE and SHOP, at Neithrop in the Parilh of Banbury, in the County of Oxford; lace in the Tenure or Occupation of Hunt, Bafket-Maker, whofe Widow intend* to leave off Bufincf* and to fell oflF her Stock, confining of a large Quantity of good Twin, Oficr-Bc
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Fine Englifh Made Wines, Clean, llrong, bright, and, dry. Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer in Oxford, Are fold at Three

Fine Englifh Made Wines, Clean, llrong, bright, and, dry. Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer in Oxford, Are fold at Three

Skillings and Sixpence per Gallon, By the Hoglhead cheaper. LHewift fin* Orange and Elder IVtnts 3s 6d Gallon.
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England