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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
 
Sold by G. W aic ht, and may be bad of the Nrwjmen, Dr. W ALK£R's Patent Genuine JESUITS DROPS:

Sold by G. W aic ht, and may be bad of the Nrwjmen, Dr. W ALK£R's Patent Genuine JESUITS DROPS:

or, ELIXIR Health and Long Life, In Bottles only or' is. and $%. TH great Succefs and Demand that daily made for my never-uiiing genuine JESUITS DkvJPS, which are the mull certain cheap, plealant, {ate, effectual and immediate Cure ever dilcovered tor Gleets and Seminal Weaknefl
2 March 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. 9»Jc AuAion, OF valuable end fafluooalile Silks, will be continued ihis'J Day* and til! the whole is Sold, according

Mr. 9»Jc AuAion, OF valuable end fafluooalile Silks, will be continued ihis'J Day* and til! the whole is Sold, according

to rhe Catr.J loguc And of fevenl Cuftomers, will be introduc’d this Afternoon, and the enfuiog Days of Sale, fevcral Sorts of Stuffs and Half Silks. The Favour of the Ladies Attendance will, add to the Obligation of 7htir mfi oltditut Servant, MtnehtJUr, March z, 1762. HENRY HI
2 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wednefday Poft. No Foreign Mails this Poji. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Feb. 18. NEW- YORK GAZETTE, Jan. ir. ILxtraSi

Wednefday Poft. No Foreign Mails this Poji. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Feb. 18. NEW- YORK GAZETTE, Jan. ir. ILxtraSi

of a letter from BermueiaSt Dec. 3. 1761. VER (ince the difcovery of the rebellion among the negroes, as mentioned in our laft, we have been in the greatett confufion imaginable. One has been burnt alive one hanged, ’till he was almoft dead, then cut down, his head chopped off,
1 March 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A B E R. D E

The A B E R. D E

The A E R. TH'Jtfo'ne and evil Jlfpifed Per font, having late been guilty of cutting, peeling, carrying off, and defraying feveral AJh, Birch, and Allar Trees, ittnging to the Earl of Fife, in the Parks of Corjkellie, and of Rothiemay. Any Perfon nuho ’will give Information to hi
1 March 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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LOST, On Friday Might, February a«, i7<*» Bictley-lane, in the County of Piirbam, ALarge LEATHER BAG and SACK, containing ftferal

LOST, On Friday Might, February a«, i7<*» Bictley-lane, in the County of Piirbam, ALarge LEATHER BAG and SACK, containing ftferal

tinall BAGS wirh LETTERS. Any Feifon or Tetfonr difcotering where all or any of the faid lags may be found, (ball, receive TEN GUINEAS Reward, the Fotl-maftec of Durham or Newcaftle. N. B. any Peifon Petfonafiefuiiie detain or conceal the fame, they will profccoted with the utmo
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKRUPT.

BANKRUPT.

John Drury, of Southwark, in the County of Surry, Merchant.
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Prices ef STOCKS.

Prices ef STOCKS.

Bank Stock, 105 i-half. India Stock, — . South Sea Stock, Three per Cent. Bank Annuities reduced, 69 1 half a I.4th. ' Ditto confol. 6.7 5-4ths a i-^th. Three per Cent, ditto, 1726, . Three x-half per Cent. Bank Annuities, 1756,.——... Ditto 17-8 .. Four per Cent. 1760, 77 1 -hal
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
CO VNT RT NEWS.

CO VNT RT NEWS.

Newcafile, Feb. fj. On Sunday there was a pro- digious Fall of Snow here, and by the violence of the Wind it Wat driven into fuch vaft Heaps, that the Lanes and hollow Places were all filled. Many People loft their Way in the Snow, it being tofs*d about with fuch Rapidity, that
5 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 4.

LONDON, March 4.

By private Letters from Germany we learn, that by one Article of the new Treaty between the Czar and the King of Prullia, thofe two Monarchs engage to abolilh the Power of the Senate at Sweden, and to make the King abfolute. It is laid that Count ?? is to have the chief Command
5 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England