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be Sold and entered upon y u MefTuage or Tenement, fituare , " Tycehurft in this County, with r -j

be Sold and entered upon y u MefTuage or Tenement, fituare , " Tycehurft in this County, with r -j

' torned Butcher's Shop thereto adjoining with another Dwelling Houfe, thereto^djoioin ■» belonging, and one Acre of exceed p oJ v ".' Land belonging the fame, N. he Shop is very commodious, and for any other Trade or Bufin being f Time ago in the Occupation Me.-cer, For Particu
22 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To be SOLD, together or in Parcels, under Freeholds, Jituated at Littletoivn, in the Parijb of Birjiall, in a good

To be SOLD, together or in Parcels, under Freeholds, Jituated at Littletoivn, in the Parijb of Birjiall, in a good

trading Country between Leedes and Halifax, i. Large and convenient HOUSE, alfo a imall Houle, and two Shops, a good Barn, Orchard, and about twelve Days-Work of Land, now the Occupation of John Manxman and Nathan a. Two large CLOSES, containing about twelve Days-Work of Land, n
16 March 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
\A. London, &c. Saturday, March 13.

\A. London, &c. Saturday, March 13.

?? being the Day ap- ?? w pointed, by Royal Proclamation, for a & criera l F" 3^ aiic * Humiliation, his I ?? Majefty and the Royal Family were liPi?^ V ®!iP^ prefent at the Chapel Royal, where f&*lP^S a Sermon was preached by the Rer. r " a^ ton » rom ?& m cxxii. v. 6. ?? ?? Th
20 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

James Langford, of the City of Briftol, Hsfier. Ann Bedford, of Droitwich, Worcederihtre, Vintner. Henry Allbrey, ef Southwark, Surry, Viaualler.
20 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BANKRUPT S.

BANKRUPT S.

Stephen Mofley, ot Wahham fJ^Crofs, in the County ofEffex, Innholder ; to fnrrender oh'the 1 oth and z6ih of March Inftaitf, and J* 1 *" oj April next, at Guildhall, Londoa. Thomas ?? of Chipping Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, Chapman. O^^B&C^C«oCSo^uCf_C CJfcdSo & ??
13 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
C Lond ok, &c. Tuefi&y, March 2.

C Lond ok, &c. Tuefi&y, March 2.

. \f°rtf™*hrFeb.*Z.. <On Thurfday Evetfnrthe Duke 5! C „. j 8 Re r'a»ent was embark'd from the Beach. Un Friday lafl his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York re- • viewed Col nel Keppd's Raiment on South-Sea Common, , alter feeing them in Front, they pafs'd hy his Royal High- nefs in
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
G. FOREI G-N NEWS.

G. FOREI G-N NEWS.

BruSTels, February 18. Accounts from tbe North and Ger- many confirm the News of a perfea Reconciliation ?? the Courts of Pruffia and Ruffia. Notvaiihftanding wbich, when we confider from whence thefe Accounts come, and how improba- ble it is, that an Affair of fuck Confequence
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY. IT E DNES D A Y, March 24.,

EXTRAORDINARY. IT E DNES D A Y, March 24.,

EXTRAORDINARY. DNES D A March 24., from the London Gazette Extraordinary. March 22. LATE laft Night arrived Major Gates, with the following Difpatch from General Monckton to the Earl of Egreraont, one of His Majefty’s principal Secretaries of State. Kojd, fjlmad rfMartinicOt Fth.
24 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Richard Banks, in Ball-Mall. L D K, Operator for the TEETH, having, acquired the High c (V ▼ ▼ Re?ut»tion

Richard Banks, in Ball-Mall. L D K, Operator for the TEETH, having, acquired the High c (V ▼ ▼ Re?ut»tion

in hi* Praflicr, and received • Mafia of F»tow and Diftir.aibn, from the Neaitn/ and CtKTRv; and haring declined waiting .‘ Piasani or FAiHiaii utdal. Now often Sale, Hit Ncver-Failirg For* the T O O T H - A C H, and a Diforden of the T E E T H, &c. Thii Moll Valuable Remedy wil
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, March 27.

LONDON, March 27.

The King of Denmark has given Orders for the immediate Equipment of 3 Ships of the Line and nine Frigates; and the Report dill continued when the la'.l Letters left Hamburgh, that 15,000 Ruffian Troops were in the Cf t Holde-in. .... Wc learn that the King of Portugal hi»h at le
30 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England