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F DJNBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Rueh>iman, John Richardson and Company, aiid fok. ar their Printing-houfc iv the Parliaaient-clofe

F DJNBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Rueh>iman, John Richardson and Company, aiid fok. ar their Printing-houfc iv the Parliaaient-clofe

; '.'here j&heriifcmentt and &ibfcri£ttmi are taken in.
6 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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< PHgrm~ftreet uponTyn*. .**j - ' • , i" ] i 41-.CH MDCCtXtI. LONDO N, F s k : sy. Extraft of a Letter from New York, Jan. it. The Ship Succefs, Captain Cookfbn, arrived here froni Barbadoes in ai Days, being lent foi Neceffaries for the Fleet. Captain Cookfon inform, that Admira
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The French troop's that ferved in-Canada, being de- firous of ere&ing a monument in honour f Mont- culm their Gene-al,

The French troop's that ferved in-Canada, being de- firous of ere&ing a monument in honour f Mont- culm their Gene-al,

who fell in the rtfe/r;: ai !fje- ' bee, when vee alfo hfl the brave Ifc'fe, c Colonel effot, bchnfro to that corps, wrote io tbe aca- demy of Belie: Lei! res fir an Epitaph, to beplac- ed ever Montcalm's tomb y in a church in that city, -.vhich occafioved fhe foll&mirg tetter f
6 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
 
To BeLLet,tt,

To BeLLet,tt,

To BeLLet,t t, A»d tnUred M Lad, Da;, f.cntr if repaired, ABrick HOUSE SaHreil, firuatr in tire High-Street, near the Crofs in Stralfoitl upon Avon j confining of Shop and Street l’;'! - kur, fronting the Market PI j£e; with Kiefhirt behind the Parlour; and Three Rooms the firll
6 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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To bt SOLD,

To bt SOLD,

bt SOLD, A MESSUAGE Bsnsham, confifting of 14 Fiie-rooms, a Gatdcn, and Garth, held by Leale of the Paiiih of Gatclliead} of which there is 16 Years yet to come, fubjeft to the yearly Rent of ten Shillings. Alfo MALTING and two FIRE-ROOMS, fituate in Oakwelgate, held by Leafe of
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
109 Edinburgh^ Saturday, March 6, 1762. [Num. 6k/ife

109 Edinburgh^ Saturday, March 6, 1762. [Num. 6k/ife

6 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Copy i'ifl ructions of ihs Freeholders end Gentlemen of.the county of Perth, met at Perth, the iid day of.February, 1761, to John Murray, Efi; their P.e-.pr:tentative in Parliament.

Copy i'ifl ructions of ihs Freeholders end Gentlemen of.the county of Perth, met at Perth, the iid day of.February, 1761, to John Murray, Efi; their P.e-.pr:tentative in Parliament.

Copy i 'ifl ructions of ihs Freeholders end Gentlemen of the county of Perth, met at Perth, the iid day of February, 1761, to John Murray, Efi; their P.e- pr:tentative in Parliament. A LARMED with the apprehenfion that Scotland J~\. may beagain left out ofthe mili fia bill now de
6 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E. Lond on, &c. Thurfday, March 4.

E. Lond on, &c. Thurfday, March 4.

E. Lond o n, &c. Thurfday, March 4. I. On Tuefday the new-b m Daughter of Lord Clive was baptized at his Houfe in Berkley-Square, by the Name of Char- lotte: Their Majefties and the Princefs Amelia were oponfors. and their Proxies we;e, Lord and Lady Powis, and Lady Ef- hngnam Ho
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England