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MROWEN, Bold Ar, at lemler-Bar X.eave the Nubility, Gentry, Puolic genera}, and a:! P:.ytician<, and 111 particular, taken the Eyres,

MROWEN, Bold Ar, at lemler-Bar X.eave the Nubility, Gentry, Puolic genera}, and a:! P:.ytician<, and 111 particular, taken the Eyres,

.viinerai between, the i emplc-Gaies, Meet Where tnev* may alibied U naving the (from i.t iitorthe ritual Water the unnolt (fur ready Money, wine.* has always been tin-' that ana «t tit Prices, viz Seltzers ana Bourne, i Stone Bottles; Pyrmont, Pint busies spa, fi'ieu Pouhou in
8 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

Manias Tan. 26. His Excellency Mr. Grenville, . from his Biitannick Majerty the Otto- Porte With his Lady and Family, embarked VA-rday on Hoard his Ship the Dun l C L Dig by, forConftantinc-pe. Florence, Feb 6. At the Requeft the King of the Pope has granted a Licence to the Sub
8 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Copenhagen, Feb. 20. The King Den mark, who has had the Mealies, is now fo well recovered of that ind.fpofition, to quit his bed in the cav-time, and it i 9 hoped, his will loon be appear in public. The reft the Royal airily are in good health. Mahdeburg
8 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

F0 fvtlGK T F. L G N C E. YeHefdajr arrived MAIL from Flanders. Match College of the Admiral«t»lioib C ,IKi ,^' at , o are uifput it* \ , | d narT ' e v '° Chief of our tic ins ir rn ' nt » 1 fornv.r the nght be,ni' the of the Union, p.. out -i.oii ships. t'*.e next " * ie urte
29 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
H O O E Fair WHICH wa, kept < ,rme.lv ,h Mom'a, tore Oii at. wi'l kepi oil May La.,

H O O E Fair WHICH wa, kept < ,rme.lv ,h Mom'a, tore Oii at. wi'l kepi oil May La.,

New Stile. B. The !*cc«t keepings is adrv °mmo,>, two U Vt |. very proper Fan buil,>ciw, Cur e iu r a-ra..tcui,. rd, y rl'.e Uu-,,< Marcn, Silver A with Plat-, Maker's alio two Black R tied t&e on- engraved with a tht (J--wtin.ii is Squir.el, c » a Sijunrei engraved on it. W not
29 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Countrt news.

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
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Kingfon, Jamaica, Dec. 19. Lail Saturday arrived here the Sloop .Sally, Paul Androis, Mailer, from the Spantm Main, by whom we learn, that on the 9th ult. there happened Carthagena a violent Storm from the Southward, which was followed by an Earthquake, that has dellroyed great
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
- The following given to the Public »» : * Anecdote of that ihouM fill every Brcaft with AiiefUon aml'Eftecm

- The following given to the Public »» : * Anecdote of that ihouM fill every Brcaft with AiiefUon aml'Eftecm

for Ptiucf jo and inagnaoimou*. - Trmnjlatio*, ef ,ag fyttraSt.af a Ltttrr a FrenchOgutr {lnttlf Prifmer Fttroie b-rt) to bit Arjuiumlanct in Btlfnfi, dated Id' rv* 'month, Jan. 29, 1762. On the irOih of January I (ailed from Havre-dc-Gracei on board Jus Ship the Zenotue, of Gun
13 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

And Enured upon at Lady - Day next, at Blackley, Worcefterlhire; A Tenement and Bakchoufe, with Bolting-Mill, and all other Convenience*, fitted for earning on the Baking Bnfmd's; at the Rent about Five Pounds Vear Situate in the beft Part of the Town for Trade. And to be Sol d,
13 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England