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Juft Arrived from London, the following Medicines. OTICE is hereby given to Perfons of _ _ with tbc Vtneul Diftafe,

Juft Arrived from London, the following Medicines. OTICE is hereby given to Perfons of _ _ with tbc Vtneul Diftafe,

01 obfl , Glaata Ot Dtaloiag Weakncfln, of ever „ - whether octet, joed Voeral Complaint,, Stlf-pol u other Cauftf, That ihi, noble and ineomparto:* Med veil known by ibe Name of c,a * N Dr. Richard Rock’s True and Original J £ . suits Drops, ike mod cartaio, Ufa, vtffftua!, and
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Constantinople, Sept. 19. l^ very dangerous Fire broke out ' at ce ' t » threatened De■w the whole Quarter of the Franks at Pera. The Palace th# Imperial Minilter confumed. The French, the Dutch, and the Venetian Palaces were in great Danger. The Englilh
25 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
5. Lonban, &c. Tue/Jay, Nev. 23*

5. Lonban, &c. Tue/Jay, Nev. 23*

5. Lonb an, &c. Tue/Jay, Nev. 23* i t At the Court at St. James's, the tyth Day of Nov. 1762J prefcnt, the King's moft Excellent Majtfty in Council. This Day the Right Honourable James Lord Tyrawly was, by his Majeftj/s Command, f^orn of his Majefty 'a moft Hon. Privy-Coanci!, an
27 November 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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’• 7 ,rf lit Hdi hvy CootlCU. Si* Graow George «rd Chamberlain of the RlgHt Hon.' the Queens of his indtniGo .tQr«o.tm( diftontinpsxUs • .■ P®. arrikrtd'J)r»nt Flailtoj. Gtm>a, Odtktr 25. I hive' Advice front CoHice, lhat OTepltew G lah 'Carl oMte of principal Officers, ha- beep
27 November 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Printed and fold by JOHN WHITE and Gompany, in Filgrim-Jireet, Newcastle Tjpon Tyne*

Printed and fold by JOHN WHITE and Gompany, in Filgrim-Jireet, Newcastle Tjpon Tyne*

27 November 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
P' R E S E N T,

P' R E S E N T,

The KING'S moft Excellent Majefly in Council. HI S Majefty in Council was this Day pleated to Declare and Order, That for the convenience and fecurity ofthe Com-, jiierce of His loving Subjects, during the ceffation of Arms, notified by His Majefty's Royal Proclamation of this D
26 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To E 1 T, And next, barn, Stable, Farm, two Brick and Kilos, and upwards fixiy Acres of in» doled

To E 1 T, And next, barn, Stable, Farm, two Brick and Kilos, and upwards fixiy Acres of in» doled

Lan. , Ore, Kairlight, and All-Saints, Haftings ami now in the Occupation Cleaver, together with Piece Land Fairlight Down For further Particulars enquire of Mr. Henry Rye. To Sola by AUCTION, On Thuifuay the Day Decern be.- next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Sign t
22 November 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
the Printer, AS I fuppole by this Time Political Curiofiry has pretty well fatisfied itfelf, perhaps your Readers may liifFer

the Printer, AS I fuppole by this Time Political Curiofiry has pretty well fatisfied itfelf, perhaps your Readers may liifFer

themfelves to be amuled with" the Conctrnsof private People, lince they muO, fhould think, be tired of reading fuch Peal about Kings, Qneens, and Mimllers State. I am young Woman, brought very well, though I lay it, and was fent lor out the Country, by a near Relation, to wait u
25 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bridal, November 23.

Bridal, November 23.

Came infince our Inji. The Roebuck, from Virginia; the Prince Orange, Joneip, the John & Mary, Fortune-, and the Williain, Lowering, all from Cork; the Havvke, hompfonj from Philadelphia and Ireland; the , riipent, Hoben, from D\iblin; the Loot Man of' War froiri Cruife; the Joh
25 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

4. We are told, that the population of Britain .has been declining for feveral years ; and that upon the concluflon of a peace, the foldiers, failorr, and carpenteri, difcharged from the public fervire, will probably be no fewer than 40,000 loldiers, 40,000 failors, and 4,000 ca
22 November 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland