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Ta tt Peremptorily SOLD,

Ta tt Peremptorily SOLD,

tt Peremptorily SOLD, PuifuanttoaDecreeof the High Contt of Chancery, befoteThnmaa Han t, Efqi one of t Mallets the Court, his Chambers, in ncoln’s Inn, on Tnefday the ti h Day of neat, at Five of the Clock in the Afre-noon, THE REAL ESTATE of Enoch Hall, Efq; drcea'ed, in of Eli
23 October 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Of the f«id J. W h i t e and Co. may be had.

Of the f«id J. W h i t e and Co. may be had.

Of the f«id J. W h t and Co. may be had. DAfFY's True Rirh Elixir, (with lUrdiman't RerantMion in every Sheer) Half pim Battle, i I>r FRAU'JCT.Vr Female Sfeni;thet>ine Elixir, d. TURI ImOTOV** Baliam of l ife. Is. and )«. 6d. Stomachic lozem g > s. I>. Cd. the Box. CREENHOLIUH’ii
23 October 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
VV A N T E D,

VV A N T E D,

VV A E D, ASTRO GELDING, rive or fix Years old, fourteen Hands ih-.ee Inches high, that not* light and "eU, will catty double, and draw in Shafta. Enqatie at Riverpreen, Clifford’s Fon. or MrWtight’s, at the Sign of the Cock, at the Head cf the Side, Ne«ra(tle. [This will be no m
17 July 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JONATHAN, WATSON,

JONATHAN, WATSON,

W HI NG MASTER, SUNDFRLAND TAkcs this puhlicOjiportunity of returning Thanks his - otths Beuefati 'is foi ifteii itpeatcd Favou's, gtliich he hopes the Continuance of. the Public entertain that geneton* Opinion him a Petfon fomewliat qualified in the Ptovince a Teacher, he. in G
19 June 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To h S O L D,

To h S O L D,

h S O L D, THE DUES of LEAD ORE raifed, ?,nd to tailed, v ithm Manor Alston moor, and County CcmbeiUnd, ti- chaelmas, i-st. Michaelmaa nex'.—hr.q.iiie R.ciuid rlome, I li|. at v-odict, Loadnn; -it o( M'tl's Boig and ton, at R.iven('»oiih cattle, in the Co"n •
19 June 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
It is id may expcft to hear News fioift the Havannah in about a Fonnight’s T,imc. . . r By

It is id may expcft to hear News fioift the Havannah in about a Fonnight’s T,imc. . . r By

Advices from Jamaica learn, that three Men of War on that Station had failed in Quell of Men of War bound from Porto Bello for Europe, haying on board the Viceroy of Peru with an inntienfc Trcafilre. They were met at Sea, by a Dutchman 18 Leagues from thence, on whofc Informatio
5 June 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Newcaftle upon Tyne RACES.

Newcaftle upon Tyne RACES.

be RUN for. On M O N D A. Y the 21ft Day of JUN E, ir«*, HIS MAJESTY’S PURSE, Five-year old Hoifes.&c. tenSrone} three Miles, Heats. The SAME D\Y the Noblemen and Gentlemens Sweepftakes, for Fillies, Fifty Guineas each, Half forfeit} Weight eight Stone and Half} one tour Mile He
5 June 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Private Letters from Pctctlburgli, which came the Hail, mention, that Things at prefent are vety tinfettled iu lhe Ruffian Kmpire;

Private Letters from Pctctlburgli, which came the Hail, mention, that Things at prefent are vety tinfettled iu lhe Ruffian Kmpire;

and that the Cmprefs had bees (hot at »s (he paffed in her Coach. Tncy are Kill very (anguine at the Hague in their Hopes of a Peace, though they have given all Thoughts of a Con* grefs. Some private Letters mention new quadruple Alii* ance between the Powers of the North, for p
2 October 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To he LE T, to titter at Martinmas next.

To he LE T, to titter at Martinmas next.

To T, to titter at Martinmas next. TWO Commodious DWELLING-HOUSES, pleafantly fituatrd, in lane, containing ten Fite* toot each; with Cellats, Pantry, Btewhoufe, Yard, furiicirnr Supply of Water, and all O'bet Convenicncies fitting for a Genlleman’c Family: Alfo a Stable and Hay-
2 October 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PRACTICAL HUSBANDRY.

PRACTICAL HUSBANDRY.

CONTAINING All thi t Experience has proved to be mod ufeful in Farming, Lither in the Or i< or N i w.M ouj With COMPARATIVE VIEW of Both} And wbAiever beneficial to the Husbandman, or conducive to the Ornament and Improvement of the Country Gentleman’s Elf ate. By JOHN MILLS, El
2 October 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England