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LONDON, Feb. 22.

LONDON, Feb. 22.

Yeftcrdav fe'nnight ".s intryman reading Bi'S the Royal Exchange, a Kidnapper clap, ped him the Shoulder, isked him if wanted Birth ; the repl.cd he (houid like one Indies as Carpenter's Mate, that the very » he would help him to, for he was Mate of an Indiaman then tying at Gra
1 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ALL who wrre indebted to W • Elmellone,|latei»f Rye,Sura ,„n uf are forthwith .o pay fueh D Tn "'' Lamb,

ALL who wrre indebted to W • Elmellone,|latei»f Rye,Sura ,„n uf are forthwith .o pay fueh D Tn "'' Lamb,

or Mr. nomas Procter all I'erfoi whom Mr Klmdhme'was , ef T ! P Accou t tWeof u Mcnr. and Procter. To Sold and upon MelTuagc Tenement, fitaate iu the * Tycehurft in this County, with a gJ ," tomed Butcher's Shop thereto a'joining, t'.;crettitrVf'"i with another Dwelling Houfe, b
1 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

Eib Th. E!,. 1.-m \ anoint Edward Younger, lf f, Tol.nTrer,chard, Jol.n Fme, and G.orf»e Ffcirs. with Thomas Wyndman, room Henry Kclfall, l.'is M-icitj's for i axes, '"r.fkinp'has been pleakd Edwards M?A his Chaplains in to the Rtflorv of North Stoneham, other- K&m Ai'ha's the C
1 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

From the U N w gazette. 3'i. On hurfday laft the Emperor wcot, tor the Time, if) .Mate, the Seruie, there the Ruflim Nobility '.ry Pee, a Footing with thole their Rank in other Kingdoms Europe with Liberty vc - r not, own Choice ai.d this on.y that trey not into the Seiv.ce any
1 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
By Authority ol the KING The following approved iici.es are pre pared and fold WhoLfde DICPV ' KELL, and Co.

By Authority ol the KING The following approved iici.es are pre pared and fold WhoLfde DICPV ' KELL, and Co.

in LONDON ' ja -THE LIQUID SHELL different for STONE and GRAVEL, which ha- 5 many thousand* affiled therewith, is poffeiTwi 0 fuch mild and penetrable qualities, that it enter Pores the Stone or Stones, and uniting ~ viftid oil and fdts, their principal cement, ddlru»< their coh
1 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 

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Countrt news.

Count rt news. Fork, March i. We have very melancholy Accounts from different Parts, of the Deaths of feveral Perfons who perilhed through the Intenfenefs of t^e Cold and Violence of the Storm of Wind and Snow that hap- pened on Sunday the aift paft about JTwrelve, and continued
5 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
£ 0 UNT R f NEW S.

£ 0 UNT R f NEW S.

Letter from Porifmouth, dated March 5. " Yefterday Morning the Expedition Fleet, under the Command of Admiral Pococke and Lord Albe- marle, with the under-mentioned Men of War, failed down to St. Helen's, viz. the Namur, Valliant, Hampton-Court, BellcilL, and Rippon; and this Mo
5 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To BeLLet,tt,

To BeLLet,tt,

To BeLLet,t t, A»d tnUred M Lad, Da;, f.cntr if repaired, ABrick HOUSE SaHreil, firuatr in tire High-Street, near the Crofs in Stralfoitl upon Avon j confining of Shop and Street l’;'! - kur, fronting the Market PI j£e; with Kiefhirt behind the Parlour; and Three Rooms the firll
6 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

And Enttfed upon at Old Mid/ummtr Oaf mx‘ j at tbt Comtr of St, Mary Hall Lattt, in tit High Strut, Oxford: A Neat Modern House, three Rooms on Floor, now in the Poffeffion of Mr. J. Arnold, fit cither for fmatl genteel Family, or Tradefman. For farther Particulars enquire of Mr
6 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

And Enttrid ujon at Lady-Day next, PHE Capital Mefiuage Dwclling-Houfe, with the Park thrrJunto ca!Jed CROWSLEY PARK, in the Pari/h of ihfleh in the County Oxford late in the Occupation William Haywood, Efq; defeated. Confiding of a large Hall, four Parlours, a Withdrawing Room,
6 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England