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LONDON, March 18.

LONDON, March 18.

They write from Paris, that the French Forces in Germany will coniift of 13,000 more Men next Sum- mer than the laft, and that Orders are fent to the Generals to prepare for opening the Campaign very early. They write from BrufTels, that 3000 Recruits lately palled by there for
19 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 20.

LONDON, March 20.

Private Letters from Hamburgh of the Bth Inftant inform us, that fince the Exportation of Grain from Denmark and Holftein is prohibited, the Inhabitants ofthe Towns of Ronsberg and Gluckftad, two Fortifi- cations in Danifn Holftein, had received Orders to lay in Provifidns, the
19 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
by Auction, At the Swan* t Ci near , onThurfday tin. Bi.i Lay ( f VLrcft between the hours Ti.rtL

by Auction, At the Swan* t Ci near , onThurfday tin. Bi.i Lay ( f VLrcft between the hours Ti.rtL

and ivc o'Clock the Afternoon, s t(lu l 'c '-r Tenement, Kitchen, u,, zCe r•, Chambers, and 2 s, h co..vti"ii.-.lit Others, together ami Yard, Garuu), and Shop. uLd tor Carpeute/s si. pi 'ining < belonging, in Llifr'c aicr idi late * 1 e apallonof n n VViti. -v, l e being hold 1
15 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A Recipe lent to at Bath. TAKE fiwh aYoutb will yf* * }* ey fir It, a. that wiii g'|

A Recipe lent to at Bath. TAKE fiwh aYoutb will yf* * }* ey fir It, a. that wiii g'|

Let Grace fait!, put your wo- 1 At i'kalure then 1 ' Answer. ftfi'U 7"QUR Advice, Mr. Do&ot, p'.eaie, Will rather than Such a Youth as you menti»n Yet furvey »U the they 'Till Brains the Sail* «' «u>n round, And die for Med'cine
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Frorr. thr. Lend':: Fevers, l.l'irch x 6.

Frorr. thr. Lend':: Fevers, l.l'irch x 6.

Sefee-eidniiz, Ft-j. il. There is appearance that ihf. campaign here whi begun early. Skirroifbes- bet-at'een the r.-oartkes sire very kequitnt and brkk. A party having lately fatticd ont of Neik. to ftrii s ?? coup demain, ivss received Ib warmly by our ?ifeop3 that they wer- o
20 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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£ DJNBUR G IT: Printed for and by Walter Ruddtv,-, |, J~ " ?? -~ " ?? -and fold at

their Printing-houfe in the ParUameat-dofej where 21 -r ' ?? ?? ?? and ' CoM?AN^ ""' v^ * ?? ouiyi - ?? -.i-onf sr.? taken. in*
20 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To Be LETT,

To Be LETT,

And Entered upon at Ladj-Day next ; AFARM- HOUSE, with Barns, , Stables, Cowhoutes, Hovels, and all other Conveniences; in good Repair: And allbKaur Yard-Lands and Quarter, in the Common Field* of PaJbuij, in the County of Bucks: Together with Three Inclofod Meadow Grounds, abou
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LETT, . Aid Enttttd upon ImmtJiately, • A'Pairy FARM in the Vale a \ Horse, fmnte about Firm- Mil« of

LETT, . Aid Enttttd upon ImmtJiately, • A'Pairy FARM in the Vale a \ Horse, fmnte about Firm- Mil« of

froWjWAMTACE, and the fame Dilhmce from FxrßTm:ncrß, Bert:s.—-To all Taie* from about 70 I. to ,<J itr Severr.l. with about Acres of Arable I,aq< Euquiie of Mr.-Eldridgc, Wantage, B;t k.s TQ BE SOLD, For Money, Price.only 17 Guineas ; Good, HARPSICHORD, alrnoft hewj with Two Sto
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MARY, W 1 D O oj ,<s«orge Woodcock, Late of the HOP-POLE INN,* In JVorcefter, BEGS Leave to inform the

MARY, W 1 D O oj ,<s«orge Woodcock, Late of the HOP-POLE INN,* In JVorcefter, BEGS Leave to inform the

PublicJc, That She intends to cany on Bufmefs as ufuil, at the (aid Inu and humbly the Friends and Cuflomers of her late Hulband, for Continuance of their Faroutt, which will gratefully acknowledged, “by Their mefl humble Servant, MARY WOODCOCK. .
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, poruignl. LisboN ; Feh. 10, Thunderer, Anfon, and Monta- ue ' arr ' e:e ie n^ant f r Sir Charles Saunders's Squas*ki dron, to take Provilions. The Arethufa Fngate, in he'r Way from Gibraltai, having lolV her Main Maft, put into this Port to refit. Capt.
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England