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Tt b$ SOLD, Tagithtr or Stforatt,

Tt b$ SOLD, Tagithtr or Stforatt,

Tt SOLD, Tagithtr or Stforatt, ACopthold ESTATE, fitoate in the Townfliip of Sedgefield, in the County of Dutham, confifting of to Acres, or thereabouts, of Amble, Meadow, and Paftute Ground, well watered, and fenced i with good Dwelling-houfes, Bata, Bjret, Stables, and all othe
23 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To bt LETT againft May-day ntxt.

To bt LETT againft May-day ntxt.

AFARM of LAND, called Nestfield, lying within Half a Mhe of the Town of Darlington, containing 124 Acres, jo wheteof ate in Tillage, and the Reft in Meadow and Failure, well fenced, and watered: with anew Houfe, and all other good Conveniencies, now in tht Pofleflion of Roger Sn
9 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD, Toiether or Separate,

To be SOLD, Toiether or Separate,

To be SOLD, Toiether Separate, ALL that Mansion or DWELLING-HOUSE, in the Townlhip of Hawkwdl, nigh Stan* netton, in die County of Northumbeiland, and the Stable*, Gtanaties, and oihet Out-honfe* and Convenienciea, with latge Garden, well planted with good Fiuit Trees and Betty B
3 April 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD to tht hightft Biddtr,

To be SOLD to tht hightft Biddtr,

To SOLD to tht hightft Biddtr, On Monday the x<th Day of April inft. between the Hours of One and Six in the Afternoon, at the Houle Mr Thomas humble, in Eii'don, in the County of Northumberland; A Freehold ATI£, (ituate in the Parifh of kildou, in the laid County, late in the Po
3 April 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ROBERT WAUGH, In the Market-plate, Durham, Takes this Method to acquaint the PUBLIC, THAT he has got a large Quantity

ROBERT WAUGH, In the Market-plate, Durham, Takes this Method to acquaint the PUBLIC, THAT he has got a large Quantity

of New CLOVER SEEDi and has lately iinpotted choice Paieel of For BRANDIES: They alfo may be feteed with neat Jamaica RUM, British BRANDY. COMPOUNDS, WINES. HOPS, TEAS, &c. on -he lowed Terns. N. B. Alfo Funerals fumilhed.
3 April 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To b* SOLD.

To b* SOLD.

b* SOLD. A Freehold MESSUAGE or TENEMENI', confiding of Gxteen Fite-tooms, togedierwith a Brew Lead, and other Brewing Velfels; fituate at the Head of the Dogbank, in Newcadle upon Tyne, near the Head of the Butcherbank, of the yearly Rent 20 1, now in the of Jane White, Michael
24 April 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the EVENING PAPE R*S.

From the EVENING PAPE R*S.

hMd'xtrhugtn, (Oermnnr) Stpt. 19. A Letter ftem the Governor of Caflel hat been intercepted, in which he acquaints the two French MarlhaU, that he can hold out but fliortTime, (or Want of Subfiftance.—Wbtlft Prince Ferdinand keeps bis Ground at Kirch* hayn, the French Marlhals C
23 October 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Alfo to be I.FT, againft Lammr* next,

Alfo to be I.FT, againft Lammr* next,

Alfo to I.FT, againft Lammr* next, ACF.LLAR, in Mx Mob.e'r Ltittj, tr.e of the Sun. F.nquite above. be T, and upon THE S S-H U in A T F, whrte late VViUiAiu Fva,iic-lluii, 0, li ; wi.h the S>able. Coach Ituulc, lump, and main orletC tivenieucie>, alt in t. ti' to; c>en-lem in’s F
19 June 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T» bt I.ETT, tnd tnuni nf»n immdiattly.

T» bt I.ETT, tnd tnuni nf»n immdiattly.

T» bt I.ETT, tnuni nf»n immdiattly. A Large commodious geateel Dwelling-house, fit fot Gentlcintn’s family, pleafamlj fituatcd Sadleifiieci. Duihun, confifttng of i« Fite-iooms»trith Kitchen, lmdet*. Cellar*, Tatd, Btew-houfe, Stable, and other Conyemencie* to the fame belonging
17 April 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
till the Whole be fold.

till the Whole be fold.

DEserted from Lieutenant Pcarfon’s Recruiting Party (of the Queen’s Owk Royal Regiment) in Newcaftler JOHN B E A T H, Twenty-five Years of Age, five Feet three Inches high, fair Com* plexion, fmooth Face, light-brown Hair, grey Eycsi' bora in the Panlb of Dalkeith, in the Shire
20 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England