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In F???? h.-nr lice V.,lu-r»ej Octavo, , udra with v ~v Kav,,,'., ' « H, 4-.ii aid letter'd. \^on T

In F???? h.-nr lice V.,lu-r»ej Octavo, , udra with v ~v Kav,,,'., ' « H, 4-.ii aid letter'd. \^on T

nua ; n of tie ■. > History i.\...|,AND, T-.-n o- x-nt Cha, ,e - ti.c Drclaratiou of v.'ar Spain. eoa ' ' e lll,tor <>l <•« tnat crH'd. T. ;»MOLL RTT, M. Lit the fhty j EA: ..j .is .t M , M '.rq.il. / iran -v. lenet r 'T n ,n :V A : V 1 '" C.i.i.n iv'i i,i„k •' Pri.ictfs , Wales
8 November 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Wcrcejier, Ncv. 11, On Friday tall was married at All Saints Church, in the City of Hereford, Mr. William Saunders,, an eminent Ironmonger, to Mifs Meliora Morfe, an agreeable young Lady. £ath, Nov. 11. Arrived here, the Bari of Winchcllea, Lord and Lady Bleffington, Major Lefli
13 November 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
R T S and I M P O R T S'day 3Q,c6 ounces of coin for coo gallons brandy for

R T S and I M P O R T S'day 3Q,c6 ounces of coin for coo gallons brandy for

die Ha.no quarters wheat,ytJO ditto meal, 1600 for Lifbon, fundry merchandize for the mdics worth 42301 were exported •, 21,120 from the V/eft Indies, and 62,550 -om Virginia, were imported. U S. ,m the SPANIARD S. l-“er from an officer on beard the Tar-. to the Hunter privateer
8 November 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wants Place, A YOUNG MAN, "Well Recommended, Capable of undertaking the Office of Butler, &c.in Gentleman's Family j—or lie is

Wants Place, A YOUNG MAN, "Well Recommended, Capable of undertaking the Office of Butler, &c.in Gentleman's Family j—or lie is

willing travel with a fingle Gentleman. Security will be given for his Honeft}, defir'd. * * Enquire the Printer of this Paper.—All inuft be frank'd, or the Poftage paid. 'iCo lit Lett, READY- FURNISH'D, A HOUSE At the upper End of St James's-Street, (Next Door to John IVadman's
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
No AAls this P*fi.

No AAls this P*fi.

From Ac Lindot Papers, Noz>„ 4* Madrid, OA. r; The letters from the Count d'Aranda, d=t- d ". A- Blanco, the ad inft. bring, that on the 2d three detachments were ordered to ma eh towards the enemy, who occupied the heights ol Villa Bella : one of thefe detachments confided ?? h
8 November 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
see race mgrcca on.. Ocr of the Alley for uo- Yefterdty * fair Proceedings. The Crowd was great iafl Night

see race mgrcca on.. Ocr of the Alley for uo- Yefterdty * fair Proceedings. The Crowd was great iafl Night

in Obaoge*alley, on the Approach of Peace, that feveral Pockets were picked. Yefterday near ;o Exprcfles were (cnt to Harwich, to be forwarded to Holland, to boy Knglilh Ponds.—But fuppofe the Knowing-ones (hould be drawn in. Monday arrised at the Duke Nivernois’s from Paris, th
13 November 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To Sold, to the Bidder, On the 16th Day of November, at the of Fowler, in Altringham, betwixt the Hours

To Sold, to the Bidder, On the 16th Day of November, at the of Fowler, in Altringham, betwixt the Hours

of two and fix in the Afternoon, cor ding to Condition! then and there to be produced, AMcflaage and Tenement, lying in Carrington, in the County of Chefter, known by the Name of Bancroft's Tenement, with about twenty Acre* of good Land, and large Quantity of Commonhg thereto be
9 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
In EUROPE.

In EUROPE.

i. Portugal to be immediately evacuated by the Spanifh and French Troops. 2. Newport and Oftend to be evacuated, and Dunkirk de- inolifhed, 3. France and England to withdraw their Armies out of Ger- many, and Regulations agreed upon for luccouring their refpec- tive Allies, in c
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Nov 4.

LONDON, Nov 4.

Memorial of the Merchants of Liverpool. To the Bight Hon. the Earl of Egrencnt, one of bis Mfjejlft Principal Secretaries of State, tfe. talc. The Memorial the Merchant: of I.ivcrpooJ trading to and in Africa and Weil-Indies, whole Names arc thereunto fub- Jcribed. Humbly {hewin
9 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
London, November 6.

London, November 6.

Thurfday there was grand Council at St. James's, on Affairs Importance, which the two Secretaries of State, and feveral Lords of the Council aflifted. Thurfday Night,after the Council broke up, feveral Expreffes were fent from the Admiralty- Office to Portfmouth and other Parts.
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England