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Arrhhi the Mr.ils from Holt m J .:'//■/ Flan

Arrhhi the Mr.ils from Holt m J .:'//■/ Flan

Arrhhi the Mr.ils from Holt m J ?? Flan fed r.i ?? as t : V.s ?? with ?? COi'pS his command ?? ci ?? ■ Jai. Prince Henry cc-mc to Le-p- ?? , : * General led into Saxony, the Prince re- H rncel or the ?? tu JUiT, where tbe bead- quarters is eftabl ifbed. Cologne, Jan. it. The tbre
30 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
C K S O N's OXFORD JOURNAL. S AI1 UItD A Y, January $0) 1762.

C K S O N's OXFORD JOURNAL. S AI1 UItD A Y, January $0) 1762.

C K S O N's OXFORD JOURNAL. S AI UItD A Y, January 1762. TUESDAY’S POST. Foit AIRS. • tijbfjy mrimU HollMd mi FUaSm. & hinder the lit order to board : did all we coaid to bring oar Gam to bear, bat coaid not; and being Hide Wind, Die grappled n«, and the Captain of tfae Pimteer b
30 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
L ON D O N,

L ON D O N,

They write from Leghorn of the 6th inft. tl at leveral Engiiih {hips of force were arrived at the ifland ?? v-*rh wariike frores ; hy which it was thought 1 11 / kvillmakeii rr place of arms. A letter from Paris ol the t Jth, after j pompoos account -r;f their warlike preparatio
30 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D I N 3 IT R g H.

E D I N 3 IT R g H.

Extract,; "i letter fom ?? Jan. 2s. , " The Hopewell -and the Britannia tranfports ! witb troons frem Belleifte for Ponfmouth, were | taken by 3 privateers belonging ro Dunkirk, one j of id, one of 12, and a cutter of 8 guns: the , ft.. Tre! . . C- .-."J _ ?? J *j£ j." J* c* ??
30 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To bt LETT aiainjl May-day next.

To bt LETT aiainjl May-day next.

FARM of LAND, called Nestfield, lying within Calf a Mile the Town of Darlington, containing 124 Acres, 50 whereof ate in Tillage, and the Reft in Meadow and Padute, well fenced, and watered t with a new Houfe, and all other good Conveniencies, now in the PoflelEon Roger Snawdon.
30 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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O X’ F O ft D, January 30.

O X’ F O ft D, January 30.

- We are aflured, that upon re-examining the Receipts and Dilburfements of New-Colleee, an Error has been difeovered, which accounts for the Sum of Money fbppoled to have been ftolen from the Audit Room of that College. , A Difpenlation has pal Ted the Great Seal, to enable the
30 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, January 28.

LONDON, January 28.

XXOoQflfv the irelheft Advices from Holland, five of the Provinces had feme Days iince agreed join the Englilh, in fending them the flipalated Number of Slips and Men, as agreed to by ******** Treaty: The other two Provinces were juft coming into the fame Propofal; accordingly O
30 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This Day was Publijhti (Price Six pence) SERMON, on the Origin of Faith, preached before the Uni»crfit» Oxford. Oftobet xl,

This Day was Publijhti (Price Six pence) SERMON, on the Origin of Faith, preached before the Uni»crfit» Oxford. Oftobet xl,

1761. By the Rev. JO H N RO T H ER AM, M. A. Fellow of UniTetfitjr College. London: Printed for W. Sxndbjr, at the Ship, oppoGte Dunftan’t Church, in Fleet-ftteett and fold R.. Akenhead, Bookfeller, on tha Bridge, Newcaftle. Where may be had, Price One Shilling, alfo lately publ
30 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
the TEBTH «rvd GUMS.

the TEBTH «rvd GUMS.

b«i>i| torimi to liii CMnlr} tea . the Languagn, end knows to meft the NAtee'eT knroprf Diderot, one the fie (tat noth eelebreteti French Aothort,' of the Meam Art Now Arong, Aye he, how AafiUr, hew pithetie UhOeftrtp" tiooe bio Nerfonagct, though fiJeat, are aliee lefete at; is
30 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
of a Letter from Oporto, ho. i. We were alarmed ibe Approach of thg Spaniih Troops towards Gailicia; but we

of a Letter from Oporto, ho. i. We were alarmed ibe Approach of thg Spaniih Troops towards Gailicia; but we

think ouifelres fajc, becaufe thete are ten Btitifh Ships of the Line io the Port of Li(boa. It is nowfaid, that the DeGgn of is to make an Expedition to Ireland with headed by One who hopes to find many Friends .that Kingdom. If this be really the Uelign of the Spaniards, with
30 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England