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c&fc Dap # tmntii And continued Monthly, in neat Pocket Volumes, beautifully printed on a new Elzevir Letter, Price One

c&fc Dap # tmntii And continued Monthly, in neat Pocket Volumes, beautifully printed on a new Elzevir Letter, Price One

Shilling and Six-pence, fewed in blue Paper. V 0 L U M E I. 6 F ;i *M A New General Histo^ op the ■■■-^ m^r W 0 R L D; Comprehending both the Ancient and Modprn Hiftory of its feveral Empires, Kingdoms, and States; their Chronology, Antiauit'us, Governments, Laws, Religions. Lea
5 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
D E R £ T "MERCURY.

D E R £ T "MERCURY.

Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in ac j j. 61 each, and continued Weekly at $ if. and larger ones In Proportion. [Price 7ho»ptnce Ha If -penny.] From FRIDAY March 26, to FRIDAY April 2. 1762. VdttrM %1M Number j
26 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
I . On or near the Morne Gamier.

I . On or near the Morne Gamier.

Ron Ordnance, 6 Twenty-fix Pounds, ferviceable ; i Ditto, unferviceable } . * Twelve Pounders, fervice- Able ; 4 Four Pounders, unferviceable. frafs Ordnance, a Six Pounders, ferviceable. irafs Mortars, 1 3, 2 ferviceable. Shells empty, 13, 162 ferviceable. Wufquet Balls, 38 Cwt
26 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Admiraity-Qsficb, March ao.

Admiraity-Qsficb, March ao.

By Letters received from Capt. Denis, of His Ma- jefty's Ship the Bellona, there is an Account, that on the ift Inflant he fell in with and took a French Snow Privateer, of 1 1 Guns, and 1 20 Men, return- ing from her Cruize to Bayonne. And that on the 17th of laft Month he had
19 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BATH CITY. March 4, 1762. SUCH Perfons as are willing to ferve SCAVENGERS or Rakers, within the Pariih of St.

BATH CITY. March 4, 1762. SUCH Perfons as are willing to ferve SCAVENGERS or Rakers, within the Pariih of St.

James, in the faid City, for one ear, from the 25th of this Inllant March, pjrfuant to an Acl Parliament made and j in the Thirtieth Year the Reign of his late Majeftjr King George the Second, are defiied to fend their Propi fills in Writing, to John Atwood, and William Swallow,
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Silent Conversation. i. THE Cloth remov'd, 'twas Ten at Night, When BtLMoNT, half undreft, Seiz'd Delia'* Hand with true

The Silent Conversation. i. THE Cloth remov'd, 'twas Ten at Night, When BtLMoNT, half undreft, Seiz'd Delia'* Hand with true

Delight, And claip'd it to his'Breaft. 11. With iecret Joy the Youth furvey'd The Partner of his Blil's , And Delia juit a Motion made * That fcem'd to beg Kifs. 111. Her Arm thrown round his happy Neck, In equal Fondnefs vy'tf And fcorn'd the fofier Thought to check. She Scarce
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, March 11.

Bath, March 11.

The Public are dijifd. to careful ofifl'i OPE s Bath Chronicle as the » 9 oj the Bit;i Advertiier (a Saturday"s l .-j'':, ter d his Day of Publication to f hurl day* ' Jin, our Propofals were fir J} dfiributed, and | j Part of our Title, <vix. Bath Chro"' & >' therefore gi<ue th
11 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
fac Lett, Arid Entered upon at next, (Ready Furnifh'd) A HOUSE, Confiding of Two Rooms on a Floor, In Charles-Street,

fac Lett, Arid Entered upon at next, (Ready Furnifh'd) A HOUSE, Confiding of Two Rooms on a Floor, In Charles-Street,

near Chapel-Row. further Particulars, enquire of' Mr. William 1 Yescombe, Attorney, in. Bath. Colds caught at this Seafon, lay the Foundation for the worft Diforders. The following Medicine cures them, and prevents the Danger, often by Angle Dofe. Pedtoral Balfam of Honey. A new
11 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To S O L D,

To S O L D,

A Freehold ESTATE, called Barnes, fituatc in the Patiih Knaiefdale, in the County of Noitbumbetlaud, now in the Occupation of Thomas Thompfon, at the yearly Rent of 101. is well wateicd, and fenced, and capable of being improved, having Plenty of Coals and Lime-ftones within the
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To bt SOLD,

To bt SOLD,

Mow (landing at Panther, in the County of Dutham, within Quartet of a Mile of the River Wear, and five from Snndetland, A Large Parcel of OAK and ASH TREES, ready mark’d} the greatefl Part of the Aih being tall.— For further Parriculats enquire of Mr Richard Walton, at Panlhetfi
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England