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TO BE LET I\

TO BE LET I\

TO BE LET And Entered upon Old Mid/ununtr Dai next } - at the Corner of St. hlary Hall Loot, in the High Street, Oxford: A Neat Modern House, three Roomi on a Floor, now in the PoffcfiioD of Mr- J. Arnold, fit either for fnnll genteel Family, or a Tradefman. For further Particula
13 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
D*y it pMijheJ, Price n. 6d. Dedicated to the KING, Memtl with a Variety of Cbpeer-Plate Cat* newly «a-friTtd, tad

D*y it pMijheJ, Price n. 6d. Dedicated to the KING, Memtl with a Variety of Cbpeer-Plate Cat* newly «a-friTtd, tad

dcgint FmtnfjMCce at U* MtjeAy. Help to the Stud/ of the Scripturtr, XjL Or, a New and CoMritra HHfery of the Holyßib£». Cbntaiamf Thiof nawrable ia the OU «nd New TdteßMnt, wdl the Ayocrypha. The whole related ia tegular aad Maimer} iatarfyerfed v with maay fuitiMe aad Rededioa
13 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ROBERT WAUGH,

ROBERT WAUGH,

lo the Market-place, Durham, Takes this Method acquaint the PUBLIC, THAT he has got a large Quantity of New CLOVER SEED) and has lately impotted a choice Parcel of PoaxtsN BRANDIES: They alfo may be fetted with neat Jamaica RUM. Bsitish BRANDT, COMPOUNDS, WINES, HOPS, TEAS, See.
20 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Y O U N G R EGUL tl S

Y O U N G R EGUL tl S

Y O N G R EGUL S Will Cover Mates this Seafon, at Elleiker’v, at Hart, at One Guinea a Mate, and one' Shilling the Servant. He wa* got by Regains , his Dam by Easby Snake* his Gtandam Milt Brigham, got by Smiling Tom, Snske was by Rohinion, Easby, and got by Snake, Snake was got
20 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
No. 4459.

No. 4459.

SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. Arrived Mail from Holland. Naples, January 16. HOUGH onr Regency, as yet, fay pothiog about the Rupture between Spain and Great Britain, the we fee them taking fuiiicienily. explain what they think of the Matter. They are providing all our Fortrefl
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
N From Lottd m> / TJjk** tW. Method to her # ofbMb'. „ HAT has opened Sbo next Door Dr

N From Lottd m> / TJjk** tW. Method to her # ofbMb'. „ HAT has opened Sbo next Door Dr

Smith*2, at the Head the Side. Ncwcaftlei fee Telia all Son* of MILLS N AST GOODS: Thefe who pleafe to fitoai her with their Ordett, may depead being ferred, in the beft and moft fafeionable Manner, on the lowed Tctmi.
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extra ft of a letter from Berlin, Feb. 9. ?? Our corps of artillery is augmented with three battalions of 1000 men each ; and a large train is going from hence to Saxony and Siteiia. It is pret- ty certain that we have nothing farther to fear from the Ruffians. " .- greeable to
1 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I„ IPSWICH, March 4, 176 a. '•JJ one has foun<l a Parc hment Writing, beinjr an Ofliee Copy cf a

I„ IPSWICH, March 4, 176 a. '•JJ one has foun<l a Parc hment Writing, beinjr an Ofliee Copy cf a

Will from the Register of York, and will bri»g tne lame, withm a Week, or ten Days at fartheft, from the Date here- rvJ f C o" §!Ve aoy Illtt ' ili g ence thereof, fo that it may be recovered, to Mr. Shave, Bookfelier ia this Town, Shall have a Crown Reward. A LL Perfons indebte
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
I P S W I CH, March 12.

I P S W I CH, March 12.

On Tuefday the Rev. Mr. Richard Taylor was inftituted to the Re&ory ot Saxmundham in Suffolk, on thn Prefentation of Charles Long, Efij; On Wednefday John Mouken of Botefdale was committed to our Goal, being c» arged with filing a Comb of Oats fuppofed to Have been ftolen hy him
13 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DEATH. The Right Hon. George Earl ef Tyrconel, Member of Parliament for Taunton in Somerfetthire* 1 •'•..- 1-~ - -

DEATH. The Right Hon. George Earl ef Tyrconel, Member of Parliament for Taunton in Somerfetthire* 1 •'•..- 1-~ - -

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13 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England