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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
 
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
 
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
 

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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
 
NORWICH, March ±.

NORWICH, March ±.

On Saturday laft Mr.Utting, a Farmer, at Colton, near Nor- wich, was found dead in the Road : It is fuppifed he fell off his Hoife in an Apopleaick Fit, he having had two Fits before.
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
THETFORD, March ±.

THETFORD, March ±.

Laft Week died Henry Ccckfedge, Efq; Recorder of this Burgh : And on Friday laft the Right Hon. the Earl of Hert- ford was unanimously eleaed into the faid Office.
6 March 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
This is to give Notice,

This is to give Notice,

That Barbara flounders, (Reii& of ihe deceat'ed BENJAMIN FLOUNDERS) and "SON, Crathorn, neat Yarm, Toikftiiie, cominue the Bleaching of LINEN CLO'f H to gieat reifeftion: Ptieej are folio*-, viz. Yard wide all under jj Cut* in the Pound, Two-pence Halfpenny pet Yard* from jj und
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

be SOLD, (landing at Lock haugh, within the Manor of Winlaton, in the Parifh Ryton, and County of Dutham} and being within two Miles of the navigable Part of the Rivet Tyne, ON Thoufand and Seventy-feven TREES of OAK, and Sixty-four of ASH and ELM, all full grown, the greatrft Pa
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England