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To S O L D,

To S O L D,

A Freehold ESTATE, called Barnes, fituatc in the Patiih Knaiefdale, in the County of Noitbumbetlaud, now in the Occupation of Thomas Thompfon, at the yearly Rent of 101. is well wateicd, and fenced, and capable of being improved, having Plenty of Coals and Lime-ftones within the
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To bt SOLD,

To bt SOLD,

Mow (landing at Panther, in the County of Dutham, within Quartet of a Mile of the River Wear, and five from Snndetland, A Large Parcel of OAK and ASH TREES, ready mark’d} the greatefl Part of the Aih being tall.— For further Parriculats enquire of Mr Richard Walton, at Panlhetfi
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
London, February 25.

London, February 25.

Yeftrday Morning a Ruffian Officer arrived at the Houie of the Ambaflador from that Court, with feme Diipatches of Importance : Si wnich it is confidently reported, that the Czar had made public Declar.ition having ordered his Troops to ceale from Holtiiities, and fep,\rate from
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, February 23.

LONDON, February 23.

•Jit following Dttlarjtim of H'ar by Spain againjl Grcat-Britain, d.utdtkt if January, teas juiltjbid at Madrid the 1 itb. Tut ALTHOUGH I Lave already taken for a Declaration of War England againll Spain, the inconfidcratc Hep of Lord 8r.1L.!, the Britannick King’s ArabafTador m
2 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
On the fit ft March ijfri, WiH be jHfblifc’d, QUARTO, Piicc Two Shilling* and Six-pefiee \ Work highly oftfu! to'Barrillcrs,

On the fit ft March ijfri, WiH be jHfblifc’d, QUARTO, Piicc Two Shilling* and Six-pefiee \ Work highly oftfu! to'Barrillcrs,

JuAices the Attorneys, and all Periods who have Occafion 10 peiufc the Avis .of Parliament) ; NUMBER I. Of T>ige/l of the Statute-Law; containing STATUTES Large, Ftrm Magna che&ta, «o the End of tbclafl Parliament r»6i, K'-i fa thetiesi Older j together with Cafe* determined th
2 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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TRANSLATION.

TRANSLATION.

[The original, in French, is an oppofite column.] TI Imperial Majefty, who, upon his happy acceflion to the throne of his anceftors, looks upon it to his principal duty, to extend, and augment the welfare of his fubjefts, fees with extreme regret, that the flames of the prefent
1 March 1762 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
1 To tie Printer of the St Kit's gazette, Sir, The incloled letter is a copy of w wrote to

1 To tie Printer of the St Kit's gazette, Sir, The incloled letter is a copy of w wrote to

the Governor of Statia, which c •, not think worth his while anfwer. it a place in your paper will part I am determined to art, and lay * g re?t ligation upon your very humble fervant, John MacpHl* 5 nib On board the private fliip of war Bf'W SIR, Jan. 26. The indignity done my
1 March 1762 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NORWICH, March ±.

NORWICH, March ±.

On Saturday laft Mr.Utting, a Farmer, at Colton, near Nor- wich, was found dead in the Road : It is fuppifed he fell off his Hoife in an Apopleaick Fit, he having had two Fits before.
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
THETFORD, March ±.

THETFORD, March ±.

Laft Week died Henry Ccckfedge, Efq; Recorder of this Burgh : And on Friday laft the Right Hon. the Earl of Hert- ford was unanimously eleaed into the faid Office.
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Corky Feb. 8. A Dutch veffd arrived here yeflerday from Havre in nine days ; the mailer reports, that the French were hard at work there in fitting oat too flat bottomed boars, feveral of which had failed for Dunkirk, and that two fri. gates of 40 and 36 guns came oat with him,
2 March 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England