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i* Setterai. bl<; E. «p«i the true and red priva. nude public !«r. Anti! i 4 Mr. Oxford; had d,;

i* Setterai. bl<; E. «p«i the true and red priva. nude public !«r. Anti! i 4 Mr. Oxford; had d,;

«od Siapcntj have «x. ’■y beiffurM 'ttrfei ,*, each Mor’a Amu, in •erneatli with '■WARREH, eir Arms anil **Ad*n,vhi. jffible to felt t one Hour, Corns forty t* you Will find Pain, and no DHTerenct hare been ft oeioo, n left Shew you can ft rmigbi's Time, Year* before kl’d up in
24 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ftr AUTHORITY, fo the Nobility, Gentry, and public in general. , j The only Excellent and Infallible C O .

ftr AUTHORITY, fo the Nobility, Gentry, and public in general. , j The only Excellent and Infallible C O .

R N S A L V E. AS the PuUicfc loop been impofed upon i, counterfeit Cora Salve,.m Imitation of the true anrf real Sort, which has only' been adminiftered j pri , Praftice for thirty. Years, paft, and was new mitfc tmbllr •till bearing Date at St. James’s, Weitminder, April 1755;
24 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Highlanders.

Highlanders.

A Regiment of two Battalions, by Colonel David Graham. Three Independent Battalions, of 500 Men each, by Capt. M'Lean, fJapt. Craufurd and Capt. Douglas.} who are to have the Rank of Major.
23 October 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY . N E W S.

COUNTRY . N E W S.

Newcaftle, Oa. 17. On Monday the River Teefe was fo high, that it overflowed the town of Yarm j which being ex- pected from the heavy rains, proper care was taken, and great damage prevented. At Stockton the ferry-boat was drove from her moorings, and is either funk or gone to f
27 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
?? BENJAMIN SMITH, Clock and Watcii-Maksr, eil the Back ofthe Shambles, near tbe Market Place, Leedet, .. Sells all Sorts

?? BENJAMIN SMITH, Clock and Watcii-Maksr, eil the Back ofthe Shambles, near tbe Market Place, Leedet, .. Sells all Sorts

of Large and Small P L A T E, Wholefale and Retail, at the mofl reafonable Rates. !£5" Likewiie gives ready Money lor old Gold, Silver, Brafs, 4""-. AGROCER in Leedes, wants a JOURNEYMAN and an APPRENTICE. Enquire of the Printer of this Paper. I'o be LETT, CO enter to immediatel
27 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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the Cheats o/GAMING difcovered,.and fairly fet in View.

the Cheats o/GAMING difcovered,.and fairly fet in View.

the Cheats o/GAMING difcovered, and fairly fet in View. GAMING is an inchanting Witchery, begot betwixt Idlenefs and Avarice, which has this Ptoperty above- all other Vices, tbat it renders a Man incapable of profecuting any Serious Ac- tion, and makes him ?? with his own Conditi
22 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MONDAY, O&ober 26, 1761.

MONDAY, O&ober 26, 1761.

of Auguft laft, by the Harlequin privateer of Burdeaux, and for 15,000 livers, 2. There is a confirmation come of the York, capt. Peter Hafiey, of and from Liverpoole, bound to Bonny, on the coaft of Africa, being taken feventeen days after (he failed, by the Amythiftc, a French
26 October 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from itouaaa ana ctamers.

Arrived the Mails from itouaaa ana ctamers.

Arrived the Mails from itouaaa ana c tamers. From, ihe London Gazette, 08. 24. .Copenhagen, 08. 13 . Jy V a fhip ; juft arrived from the Baltick, we learn, j that eleven Ruflian men of war, and three fotranfporis, from before Colberg, were lying laft AVednefday at anchor under th
28 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extraß ofa letter from London, 08. 24. " It is Taid that Admiral Rodney, with the fqua- dron under his command is to touch at Belleifle, to take alongft with him fix more fhips ofthe line anda body of land-forces; and then proceed to the Weft Indies to join Sir James Douglas, wh
28 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

Johnßayner, ?? St. Mary Magdalen, Norfolk, Grocer ; t> furrender on the 29th and 30th of Oaober inftant, and the _8m of November next, at the Rampant Horfe in St. Stephen's in Norwich Richard Arundel, of Stroud, Gloucefterfliire, Baker.
24 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England