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A Very Strong ONE-HORSE CHAIR, With the Horse that has been ufed it extremely fta;-.dy, fure-footed, and ftrong. * Chair

A Very Strong ONE-HORSE CHAIR, With the Horse that has been ufed it extremely fta;-.dy, fure-footed, and ftrong. * Chair

Horfe may be the WhiTe-Hart iri • <ath. A reafonable Trial will allowed.
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

King/tan it Jamaica, Oil. 31. On Sunday lad died in advanced age, his houfe in the parifli St Thomas the w U ' er Va t,e ' Ef The bulk his efate! which faid to amount to above 150,000 1. has left to h«r h^?sd,wT r in Engla " d ' aSd ,he feaUert con"^i3[. ,nkg,C '"' "** °" liC ba
12 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

i'- There ,va n0 (i »»» fuity on the Sheriff in getting the parted on Mi M Naghwn executed, for there was not rti P „ wou mik^ OW '' »»'« bolts. The «n w»» brought from Cavan. MNaghton'j Ts'he hid have broke hi, own by a fu.lden lc . h ur P<»fc. went up to the'top of the ladder,
12 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

Fnm the LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. g, GEORG E R. Will and Pleafute is: That you at- V tend the Proclamation of Our Dcclarav? A War againll Spain, that is to be Q ( made on Monday m-xt the Fourth Inft. between the Hours of Nine and Twelve in the Morning, in the uluai Places, and ■ w< w
12 January 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
t>Yj Ev *. LE E, where Advertifements of moderate Length are taken 35.6 d. each and Pruning general and rrofl

t>Yj Ev *. LE E, where Advertifements of moderate Length are taken 35.6 d. each and Pruning general and rrofl

correct iVlanner. Advertifemtms are taken in by the who carrv this BOOKS all are neatly Gilt, and d, well London.
11 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LON D O N

LON D O N

All the Spam in fhips are allowed two months to depart, with bach goods as were (hipped or pro- vio: d before the 24th ulr.; by letters ?? dais day from Portugal, cea> .Air. advice is .brought, that all our Shipping are fiopi :d in the IcVCral ports of Spain and Portu- gal, by o
9 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
London, January 7.

London, January 7.

Sir Edward will fet out for Portfmouth in few Days, to expediate and take upon him the Command of ftrong Fleet fitting out there. On Monday or Tuelday an Advice Veffel was difpatched from Plymouth, with Di'patches for the Commander of the Forces Bellcifle. There are near twenty
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Italy.

Italy.

I Arrived the Mailsfrom Holland and Fi. anders. Genoa, Dec. 19. According to Advices from Spain, the Armaments were ftiil continued, and that they were fending Troops and Military Stores to America.
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Portugal.

Portugal.

Lisbon, Dec. 1. A Letter from Rio Janeiro, of the firft of Auguft, advifes, that Nuova Colonia was then belieged by 1000 Spaniffi Hoife and a numerous Body of Foot; and that it was expe&ed that this open Aft of Hoftility, which isoccafioned by the Conftru&ion of Fort, on the Spa
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
In the Supplement cf the France, dated *4, is an Extract cf the Treaty of under the Denomination of FamilyConventior,

In the Supplement cf the France, dated *4, is an Extract cf the Treaty of under the Denomination of FamilyConventior,

made between their Chriltian and Catholic Majefties By the f.rft Article, the two Kings to look for the futme, their Kj-rm- a'ujr Power which fiiall Juch to either. —the They guaranty reciprocally ail their whatever Part of the World, but in Condition they fliall found the Couel
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England