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DERB Tt Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

DERB Tt Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

Sanders, in Derby LIKEWISE By Mrs. COLE in PVtrkfworth, and at Mr. B. ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in Ajhbydt-la-Zetuh, Mr. Taylor's Shop in IVinJUr every Saturday. Mi. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE in AJhbornt. Mr. JOHN SALT, tfirkfwrtbpojl. Mrs. in Chsjltrjitld
19 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To be LETT, to enter to immediately, Situate /» Kirkg Ail, Lebdbs, THE HOUSE, late in the Poffefiion Mi. John

To be LETT, to enter to immediately, Situate /» Kirkg Ail, Lebdbs, THE HOUSE, late in the Poffefiion Mi. John

Smit/jfon, deceafed, proper for a Gentleman or Merchant. For further Particulars en 41m eof Mr. Henry Smith/on, Leedej, March 22</, 1762. SUGAR-WAREHOUSE, Upper-head Row. MR. Cookson, Sugar-Refiner, begs Pardon of the Public, for troubling them with a further >f his having detef
23 March 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sold by G. W aic ht, and may be bad of the Nrwjmen, Dr. W ALK£R's Patent Genuine JESUITS DROPS:

Sold by G. W aic ht, and may be bad of the Nrwjmen, Dr. W ALK£R's Patent Genuine JESUITS DROPS:

or, ELIXIR Health and Long Life, In Bottles only or' is. and $%. TH great Succefs and Demand that daily made for my never-uiiing genuine JESUITS DkvJPS, which are the mull certain cheap, plealant, {ate, effectual and immediate Cure ever dilcovered tor Gleets and Seminal Weaknefl
2 March 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From the KviYtsc-Pos ts, ?.nd Daily Papers, March it. Arriv'd A/i.'/ art IioM.AS'D, Fra fart, (an tktOAr) February Appearance. ot Peace between our Sovereign and the new Czar dill Hlf, it is true; but •' T *•> tree rather than increai'c. On one Hand, the I> utii-n-, who, after t
16 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

the Ev«NiKo-Posrs,and Daii.v Pafers, March 4. xirafl tf a Letter ft BtuJJ'th. are under very great Apprehenfions that Bull J'S e OJr 0l j try once m are made the Scat of War; * w * hitherto have efcaprd beyond our Expeiftaii- ons; and were itill in hopes tint what we 'M » fufrer
9 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, March 6.

LONDON, March 6.

Part of a Letter fnrt Peterjburgh, Feb. 3. The new Emperor, by giving up little Power, and a fmall Part of his Revenue, has gained the Good Will and Efteem of all his Subje£h: Moreover, his Imperial Majcfty is fenfiblc, that nothing but a general Peace is wanting to make Trade f
9 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. 9»Jc AuAion, OF valuable end fafluooalile Silks, will be continued ihis'J Day* and til! the whole is Sold, according

Mr. 9»Jc AuAion, OF valuable end fafluooalile Silks, will be continued ihis'J Day* and til! the whole is Sold, according

to rhe Catr.J loguc And of fevenl Cuftomers, will be introduc’d this Afternoon, and the enfuiog Days of Sale, fevcral Sorts of Stuffs and Half Silks. The Favour of the Ladies Attendance will, add to the Obligation of 7htir mfi oltditut Servant, MtnehtJUr, March z, 1762. HENRY HI
2 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
France.

France.

Paris, March His Majefty has decided peremptorily in favour of the Prince de So i it; the Marina! Ditice. ar.d the Count de Broglio, ire The Marfhal d'Eftrees futceeds to Mar'lial Brogiio's Comms d. The Fleet fitting out at. Toulon confifts of Ships of > the Line, fifteen Frigat
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A T A L E. A Band of Cupids, t'other Day, Together met to laugh play \ When Sudden,—Come who

A T A L E. A Band of Cupids, t'other Day, Together met to laugh play \ When Sudden,—Come who

flies Says one —hut whither ? t'other cries Why, whither to Chloe's Eyes a third wanton Crew (Like Swarms of Bees to Roles) flew Around the beauteous Chloe's Facc, And crouded hard to get Place. This on her nether Lip dots fix, Whilft -on her Cheek another tticksj This fvvings u
11 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
By the KING'S nil a , D y WJS r-Miffied, 6 (Uiultra'ed with an accunte and wholc-lheet Map Af.a cutiom

By the KING'S nil a , D y WJS r-Miffied, 6 (Uiultra'ed with an accunte and wholc-lheet Map Af.a cutiom

Con'T 11 lor explaining t!>e differ, nt Decree* f e Spring, Compreifi-on, Dilttaticn and .iew Bacchanalian Song, a <Vlur^ A Ihe Umverfal Magazine ' Knowledge and Pleafurc- NI'M K« CCV'I, • N I G Giosraphical def r i „of Afia . Ar , the ufe «f Narcotics, in rcff.r.l to teeth ' •
8 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England