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IPSWICH, March \g.

IPSWICH, March \g.

n On Tuefday laft died here Suddenly John Proby, Efq; who was formerly Member of Parliament for the County of Hun- tington and Borough of Stamford in Lincolnshire. On Monday Morning died fuddenly Mrs. Blois, of Utbe- fton Hall : She was Mother to the late Sir Charles Blois. Icis
20 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Jrt. XXI. Tlit Sea Vefle'i, well Ship* Boats Schooners, wh'ch are funk a-flu.it, and which have not been taken, remain

Jrt. XXI. Tlit Sea Vefle'i, well Ship* Boats Schooners, wh'ch are funk a-flu.it, and which have not been taken, remain

to tlieir Owners. Art. XXI. R'fy/.d to a!l PrrvaUtrt, tuti Shift trading to difiant Craitid l» fuch at are tmfhyid pajjing to andfrom thedijt'ercat Porn the IJland. Art. XXII. The Money which now made ufe of, (hall rcm.rn upon the fame Footing, without being fufccptible either A
24 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
St. of ad Jrt. XIX. That before the Capitulation it fetded, die Commancung Officer of the Place be permitted to

St. of ad Jrt. XIX. That before the Capitulation it fetded, die Commancung Officer of the Place be permitted to

communicate it to the General, and the mean Time there ihail Sufpenfion of Arms, and that all the Works (hall ceafe on both Sides. Art. XIX. Aptr the Capitulation is figneit, goJ tit Gate of the Fort poffeffed by the 'Britijb fitefi, the Commandant Jball be allowed to acquaint b
24 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ROBERT MONCKTON.

ROBERT MONCKTON.

Admiralty-Office, March 9. “, ter r *>* ftear Admiral Rodmy to a l d, dated on board hit Majejif's Marlborough, in Cat Navirt Bay, "ort.mcc, the \yh o/Jannarj, 1762. I acquaint dteir Lord (hips, at * llarhadoes on the of tW« j’ n parted Company with «^ un^er mv Command in hard S
13 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
the KING'S Authority, Djy was publfted, A New Edition, Carefully and Enlargtd, THE New Week's Preparqtin for i Worthy rwriving

the KING'S Authority, Djy was publfted, A New Edition, Carefully and Enlargtd, THE New Week's Preparqtin for i Worthy rwriving

the I.ORD'i Sfppp, as Appointed and RccomnirndcU bv the CHUnrir. ENGLAND. With for f Betavim/r during the Soimrity, and for tr.oft br “*i and effeAual 'Junirg with the Mwifitr in tlic Off"!! Admimfiration. To which are added, for Rtcrninr and Evtninr to be nfad eith~ a EamUy, or
13 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Age, lb’ on* luj t that ibsi ?.n ■ ne;r » -I'll , «,th n.ne Sh<p, C;r-jurd. Lloyd’s Evm*i Ptfi

Age, lb’ on* luj t that ibsi ?.n ■ ne;r » -I'll , «,th n.ne Sh<p, C;r-jurd. Lloyd’s Evm*i Ptfi

of Friday Night [Brought from London by Exprefs.] ftflcrday arrived Mail from Holland. Pettrjiurgb, [Capitol of Ruffia] Feb. 5. SO UNT Leftock is actually retunied.—The famous Count Munich and his Son are on the Road from Siberia, and it is confidently faid that the Count de Bir
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, 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
 
THU RS DAY’S ind F RID AY’s PO S TS.

THU RS DAY’S ind F RID AY’s PO S TS.

RS DAY’S ind F RID AY’s PO S TS. Arrived the Mails from Fianders. Tnm ebo o n o n G a * t th. Lisbon, (Pertxgtl) February zo. THE Thunderer, Anfon, and Montague, arrived here the nth Inftant, from Sir Charles Saunders's Squadron, to take io Provifions. The Arethofa Frigate, in he
20 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 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