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To the Prop.ieton T «*T ,o:i •-'«</ Exf Heat tom the Uiu W Ni.w Test u- Mtvr. pubhjhtd in Wetkl)

To the Prop.ieton T «*T ,o:i •-'«</ Exf Heat tom the Uiu W Ni.w Test u- Mtvr. pubhjhtd in Wetkl)

hurnUn, tit 1 hice Pence tueb. GENTLEMEN, , .. i vvrite you at the Rcqucll ol fcvcral Brother Clerrv, who arc Subfcrlbcrs to the Illustration, &c. an find great a Preference cue to that VVoik, upon lair candid Compa.ifon of with other Publications the nine kind, I beg Leave to o
9 March 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FOREIGN N EW S,

FOREIGN N EW S,

G e a i. Evening Post, Fib. 25. Peter/burghy 'Jan 24.. Count Hordf, a StvediOi nobleman, in the (crvice Pniffia, who was made prifoner about three years fmee by the Ruflsan troops, i.ud c'ofely conbnci ever iince, is not only Set at liberty, bur had the honour to dine New"Ycar’s
8 March 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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
 
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ill frtt* fJI .Ml #^^I^4lllf Irfni P"! s li I'll.VLb*> v KU' vv W* vMI v*sU t ** *■ < v 4114^ |f;

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8 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To COVER, this Season,

To COVER, this Season,

COVER, this Season, At Mt Lancelot Bum’s, Caueiick-bridge, ueai Richmond, yoikfbiie, at Three Guineas Mate, and Half a Crown to the Servant} the Money to be paid before the Mates are taken away j TAFIL E T T, A beautiful Grey Arabian, in the Pofleflion of Thomas Swinburne, tfqj f
13 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, March z. Arrivd tnvo MAILS from Holland and fix from Flanders. Naples, January 26. HI S Excellency Mr. Grcnville, Ambaffador from his Britannick Majefty to the Ottoman Porte, with his Lady and family, embarked yefterday in the afternoon on board his faid
9 March 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, March n.

LONDON, March n.

A new Treaty of Commerce is upon the Anvil, between the Court of Rulfia and our Courr, by Virtue of which many Inconveniencies in our Ruflia Trade will be removed, and the Duty on fome of our Manu- factures will be confiderably Jeffened. It is laid that the Spaniards have entere
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, March 16.

Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, March 16.

Lisbon, (Portugal) February 20. THE Thunderer, Anfon, and Montague, arrived here the 1 ith Inftant, from Sir Charles Saund- ers's Squadron, to take in Provifions. The Arethufa Frigate, in her Way from Gibralter, having loft her Main Maft, put into this Port to refit. Capt. Vane,
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

And Enured upon at Lady - Day next, at Blackley, Worcefterlhire; A Tenement and Bakchoufe, with Bolting-Mill, and all other Convenience*, fitted for earning on the Baking Bnfmd's; at the Rent about Five Pounds Vear Situate in the beft Part of the Town for Trade. And to be Sol d,
13 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England