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. B. Ireland.

. B. Ireland.

Dublin, March 9. On Sunday, March 7* the following Exhorta- tion w;;s rea ? l in all ths Roman Catholic Chapels in this City, « Dear Cbrijlians, * As it is £ur indifpsnfible Duty, fo has it been our eonftant Practice, « ftrongly to inculcate the Principles of a peaceful, humble,
27 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
d- Foreign News.

d- Foreign News.

f J!'i vS*"?' FeLS ' Our Gar " fon . wliicli confifled o£ ?? Battahohs, is juft reinforced with ?? of the MUiu* of Mama, and a Part of the Regiment of Quadalaxa- ra; and our Ramparts are furaifced with 274 Pieces of Cannon. Ike'ph^V ™'' 2 *- • 7 wdve TfcirfMiJ'ste? are ralfing i
27 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DEMANDED.

DEMANDED.

AU Archives and Papers, which maybe neceflary or relative to the Government the Ifland, to be faithftUy given up. Leave is granted to the Gentlemen of the Ifland, keep neceflary Arms for the Dc. fence of their Plantations. Robert Monckton. G. B. Rodney. Settled, agreed, and clof
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
JOHN JONES, Hat-Makkr from London, At the Hat, Beaver, and Star, tppofite Saints Church in the High-Street, Oxford; MAKES and

JOHN JONES, Hat-Makkr from London, At the Hat, Beaver, and Star, tppofite Saints Church in the High-Street, Oxford; MAKES and

Sells all Sorts of Beaver Hat* for Gentlemen and Ladies; alfo Carolines and Felts of all Kinds and Price*. Hr alfo Dielfes, Turns, and Dies Hats in the bed Manner, and the mutt rcafonable Prices. * He keeps Abingdon and Markets.
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
INFIRMARY,

INFIRMARY,

Nkwcastif, March is, tvd*. A General COURT the Governors of this Infirmary will be held here, on Thurfday the fisft Day ef April near, at Ten o’clock in the Forenoon. The fevetal Subfctib are defited to pay their Subfciiptioßi in againft the faid fiift Day of April, being the Co
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTY of D URn A M.

COUNTY of D URn A M.

Notici t* NiaKiiy oivih, THAT ’the Overseers of the POOR of the i'everal Townlhips in the County of Duiham, who h»»e baid nny Weekly Allowance, in fuifuance of Older from Tjuftice the Peace, towntdi the Support of poor Families of MXt, ITI A MEN in Service, dating theit Abfence,
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To LEAP jhis Season,

To LEAP jhis Season,

Mr Siflon’i, in Yatm, at Two Guineas a Mare, and Half a Crown the Grooms The Noted Bay Horse, YOUNG TRAVELLER. He i« full fifteen Hands and one Inch high; cleat of all Ble< milbet, very fttong, and pioportionable, and now tifing nine Tear* old: He was got bjr Old Ttavellert hit
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
F. L<3k botii Thtfrfdm March $i.

F. L<3k botii Thtfrfdm March $i.

F. L<3 k botii ?? March $i. 1 . Yefterday bi» M^jdljjr wept i* State to the Houfe of Peers, ' aad gave the Royal Affiant to rire following Bills, via.' TUs Bijl to punifli Mutihy anS Dsftrtion, arid ior the better Pay- ment of the Army and their Quarters. The Bill for tfce better
27 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To bt SOLD,

To bt SOLD,

A MESSUAGE at Bensham, confifting of 14 Fite-iooms, a Garden, and Garth, held Leate of the Fatilh Gatelhead 4 of which theie is a 6 Yeats yet to come, Tub):U to the yearly Rent of ten Sh-.llings. Alfo a MALTING and two FIRE-ROOMS, fituate in Oakwelgare, held by of the Parilh of
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T&London Gazette Extraordinary fullijhei Authtruy, Mmrth 23. Price Sixpence. Whitehall. March ax. LATE lad Night arrived Major Gates, with the

T&London Gazette Extraordinary fullijhei Authtruy, Mmrth 23. Price Sixpence. Whitehall. March ax. LATE lad Night arrived Major Gates, with the

following Difpatch from General Moncktoti to the Earl of Egrrmont, one of His Majedy’s principal Secretaries of State. firtUcyat, if Mm tinico, Feb. 9, 1762. My Lord, I Had the Honour of writing to your Lord(hip the xoth of January, when I acquainted yon that I intended to attac
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England