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ADVERTISEMEN T S. For OPORTO, ST-i 1^ r lT UE MP *■ LEITH PAC- S_E_|j ?? Q^T,-J*itß*Co**Uß.l_a- '^ftv-(Wkti*- ftcr. mounting

ADVERTISEMEN T S. For OPORTO, ST-i 1^ r lT UE MP *■ LEITH PAC- S_E_|j ?? Q^T,-J*itß*Co**Uß.l_a- '^ftv-(Wkti*- ftcr. mounting

fix carriage guns, / .tL*,-fe.."fe -Srfv. . r- \ r - » -ii r-i - /* *- belides fv/ive!s, will taif in fourteen 'aJiie^Si^tf days, hence to return to Lkth with ?? 1 "^ or without convoy. Whoever wants tonnage from that place, niay apply to Robert Grant, Merchant in Leith, who wil
27 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

YeJflerday his Majefty went to the Houfc of I‘ecrs, with the ufuai State, attended in the State Coach bv the Duke of Rutland, Mailer of the Hone, and the Lord Vifcount Bolingbroke ; and gave the Royal AlTent to the following Bills, viz. An Afl to punilh Mutiny and Defertion, and
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To bt LETT, and tnttrti upon tmmtdiaiily,

To bt LETT, and tnttrti upon tmmtdiaiily,

bt LETT, and tnttrti upon tmmtdiaiily, A Handsome Safh'd HOUSE, pleafantly fituated at the Head of New Elvet, vety neat the Chutch, whete the late Mis Aon Eden lived, confiftiogof eight Fite-looms/ciofet* to moft of them, with Kitchen, Btew-bouCe, Larder, Laundty, Cellars, and Ga
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To bt SOLD immtdtattly.

To bt SOLD immtdtattly.

bt SOLD immtdtattly. AN improvable Freehold EST ATE, the Faiifti of Monk-hefleton, in the County of Dutham, commonly called Black- halls, and now in the PoflefCon of John Appleby, as Tenant theteof, confiding of a Dwelling-houfe, Barn, Byer, Srable, and all other Tunable Convenie
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ed, I determined immediately to ereft Bat* terics againft thefe of the Enemy which annoyed us, and which might cover

Ed, I determined immediately to ereft Bat* terics againft thefe of the Enemy which annoyed us, and which might cover

our Pa/Tage of the Ravine. On the 27th, about Four o’Clock the Evening, the Enemy, under Cover of their Batteries, and with the greateft Part of tbeir Force, had the Temerity to attack the two Corps of Light Infantry, and Brigadier Haviland's Brigade, in the Pofts they occupied;
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To bt SOLD,

To bt SOLD,

THE DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOPS, and CELLARS, advantageoufly lltuated on the Sandhill, Newcaftle, in thorough Repair, and in the Occupation of Mr John Soulsby, Woollen-draper, and Mrs Mary Charlton, Dntggid, as Tenants thereof, at the eaaft yearly Rent of jol.—Apply Mr Butdus, Attorne
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
E. Foreign News.

E. Foreign News.

t. Hague* March 18. A Report is current that the greateil Part of Carthagena in America isdeftroyed by an Earthquake. This Difafter is faid to have happened in January. 2. Parts, March 10. O.i the 1 5 th ult. Sentence was paired it Toqloufe on three Gentlemen of that Province, a
27 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E C OUR A NT.

E C OUR A NT.

Y, Pilgrith-Jtreety Newcastle upon Tyne: h 17, MDCCLXIIi ProvUion*, 'which they fell io with on the fifth of lad iTooth and on the i ith they retook the Telemachut, Engiifii Ship belonginj; to (Joernfey, homeward-boond from Carolina, of.no Tons, and 12 Guns, which bad been taken
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ITHRHAM turnpike.

ITHRHAM turnpike.

THE next Meeting of the Trustees is appointed to be held at the Houfe of Mt Francis Coniine; in Chcftet, on Thnifday the eight Day of April nett, Sufinefa tCUiing the Road. Tt fit SOLD iy Way of AoCrtoS, (I a' 1.1 Lot a) On Wedntfdap the jift Da; of Mitch ihft. it the Honfe of M
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
YOUNG REGULUS

YOUNG REGULUS

Will Covet Mate* this Seafon, at Mr Ellerker’s, at Hart, at One Guinea a Mate, and one Shilling to the Servant. He was got by R.egulus hi* Dam by Easby Snake* his Gtandam was Mif* Brigham, got by Smiling Tom} Snake was bred by Mr Kobinfon, of Easby, and got by Snake* Snake got b
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England