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By ADJOURNMENT.

By ADJOURNMENT.

THat there foldby voluntary publick Sale to the high. iff Offeier, within the Exchange Coffee-Houfe Aberdeen, the zSth January 1762, >.t o’clock Afternoon, that very large, fubifantial and moil commodious Work, lately erefted and f.-t up, by a Society of Gentlemen, (who are now
25 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From ihe WESTMINSTER JOURNAL.

From ihe WESTMINSTER JOURNAL.

I^QW- CWEVER tremendous a Spamm war H may found in the ears of many peo- —~Ja pie ; yet I cannot conceive any §3 great horrors at ir, circumfianced as JH_ 'we now arc. I am old enough to have Teen a Spanifh war already; and I am book-learned enough to have read of fe- veral ; bu
23 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No MA's this PojL

No MA's this PojL

From the London Paters, Jar:, at. Berlin, Dee. to. We learn from Pomerania, . that the Prince of Wirtemberg was. marching :o- ?? wards lea ienburgh, in order to pat the corps an- der his so-- ■ orb brae winter-qu liicr. in tba( dat- efry. iht Andy of troop*. ?? by Lieute- nant-g
25 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
JOHN FRY, from the Red Lion, Henley, * Hmly givn NOTICE, THAT has opened the MITRE INN in th«- High-Street,

JOHN FRY, from the Red Lion, Henley, * Hmly givn NOTICE, THAT has opened the MITRE INN in th«- High-Street,

Oxford* where hit friend*. all. Gentlemen who nre (o .obliging favour him with their Company, may depend on merting with the bed Accommodation*, and Liquor* every Kind, a* well a* civil Treatment from Tiiir.tUipM IhmUt . < JOHN FRY. & There will be Ordinary on Harkct Day*, and -
23 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Thelaftletters from Parisinfinuate, that very extraordinary method* are on the point of being taken to raife the vaft funis that will be requifite for the next campaign, which it is determined ft all The made by the feveral great cities, corporations, and ports in for building m
26 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
'v IT wKtre iieiitcit molt where of mo,l,-rate I are tsl:»n at 35.6 d. <*ch ; and Priming general is

'v IT wKtre iieiitcit molt where of mo,l,-rate I are tsl:»n at 35.6 d. <*ch ; and Priming general is

" ' *'' ailU( ' r ' trul,ni;in; :re alio * ikon 11, i,y trie Men who carry this Paj-er, U " i! «* neatly 15.,,., G:!i, W, Leru:V, as London.
25 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Post, Jan. 14. THey write from Berlin, that, according to the capitulation of Colberg, the garrifon,

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Post, Jan. 14. THey write from Berlin, that, according to the capitulation of Colberg, the garrifon,

of a bout fix battalions, marched the 17th ult. out of that place with the honours of war, but with- out the gate laid down their arms, and were c/cor ted to Corlin : the officers were allowed keep their baggage and equipages. 2. They write from Ratifbon, that a courier who arri
25 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From the London Papers.. Jan. 19.

From the London Papers.. Jan. 19.

Vienna, Dec. 30. M, Daun arrived here from Saxony the 27th inft and has left the command of tart - ; V ?? 1. Tbe RufTians hive pui a : rrtfon in CoHberg, 1 .. one Rennenkampf, ajoa of grenadiers, api inted Governor =he * A . light troi pi thai : ' nit under the command : . ?? 00
23 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Com PANT and fold at their Prmtißg-hou& in the Parliament-ciofe;

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Com PANT and fold at their Prmtißg-hou& in the Parliament-ciofe;

?? AhenHcmaUi and Snbjcri£th?A are raker, in. '
23 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
7> 6* SOLD to the hightft Snider,

7> 6* SOLD to the hightft Snider,

6* SOLD the hightft Snider, Katy’s Coffee-houfe, on Tuefday the fecond Day of February next, between the Hours of Two and Four in the Afternoon, ONE-THIRD of St Lawrence’s BROAD G A S S-H OUSE, without the Walls, but within the Liberties of the town and County of Newcaftle upon T
23 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England