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IPSWICH, March ib* vk .

IPSWICH, March ib* vk .

IPSWICH, March ib* v k . On Sunday next in the Afternoon a Sermon will be pteach'4 at St. Mary Tower Church, by the Re*. Mr. Smith, Rcdor of* Trimly St. Mary, for the Benefit of the Charity Schools of greycoat Boys and blue-coat Girls. Laft Week Henry Stevens, Efq; Mayor of Harwi
27 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, March 2*.

CAMBRIDGE, March 2*.

Thi* Day the Medals given yearly b/ his Grace the Bake of Newcaftle, Chancellor of the Univerfiry, for the two betf Glal^ fical Exercifes by the Bachelors of Arts, for the pfefenr Ycar^ were adjudged by the Right Worfhipful the Vice- Chancellor to Mcfirs. Pemberton and Whitfield
27 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
*fom the L.nfon Gazette Extravftaiff, March 22.

*fom the L.nfon Gazette Extravftaiff, March 22.

* fom the L.nfon Gazette Extravftaiff, March 22. Whitehall, March 22. TATS laft night arrived Major Gates with the J following difpatch from General Monckton to the Earl of Egrcn.cnt, one of his Majefty'.- prin cipal Secretaries of "Sta te. ■ For t Royal, If and af Martinico, Feb
27 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
X I L L £ D.

X I L L £ D.

4th -Regiment. Lieut. Walter Home. 22d Pvegiment. Lieut. John Jermyne, of. tbe Light Infantry.
27 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To bo LETT, and entind upon immtdiattly.

To bo LETT, and entind upon immtdiattly.

\ Large commodious genteel Dwelling-house, l\ fit for a Gentleman's Family, pleafantly fituated in Sadler* fiteer, Durham, confiding of r« Fite-toomsj with Kitchen, Larders, Cellars, Tatd, Btew-houfa, Stable, and other Conyeniencies to the fame belonging.—For further Particulars
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
G. LOND O N, Friday Morning, March 26.

G. LOND O N, Friday Morning, March 26.

I, Letters from Rattsbon of the vuh tnji. fay, that the fat' Lowing Gopy of a Letttr was banded abeut there, the Original of 'which it faid to haw been written by the King of Pruffta in French to the Maquis d> Argent, a French Refugee, a very turned Man, and a great Favourite of
27 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
bt SOLD by Auction,

bt SOLD by Auction,

On Tiiufdajr next, the fiift Day April, I7<i, at the Houfe Mr \Vii;iiim Paiker, the Turic’s Head, in Newcaftle upon Tynei FOUR fine compleat Bay coach geldings. may be any Time before the }ale, applying to the Mr Patker. T# bi Ptrtmptorily SOLD t* tbi btft Biddtr, On Thurfday th
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
X I L L E D.

X I L L E D.

Ift Battalion of Royal Hunters. Capt. William Cockburn, Lieut. David Barclay. 76th Regiment. Enggn Thomas Palmer, Light Infantry. 77th Regiment. Hugh Gordon* Grenadiers. Rangers. Lieutenant Richard Vantyle. Royal Artillery. Lieutenant George Stamper.
27 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
And JOHN GEORGE,

And JOHN GEORGE,

Thirty-one Years Age, five Feet five Inches and three Quarters high, brown Complexion, round Vifage, hazel Eyes, black culled Hair; was born in the Parilh of Whiteham, in the County of Berks, and is Calling a Labour, r. Was enlifted by Adjutant Harris, at Abingdon, Jan. 6, 1761,
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

And Entered upon at Old Mid/ummer Dai next ; at the Garner cf St. Mary Hall Louie, in tit High S. reet, Oxford: A Neat Modern House, three Rooms Floor, row in the Pof-. feflion of Mr. J. Arnold, fit either for fmall genteel Family, or Tradtfman. For further Particulars enquire o
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England