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LONDON, Jan. 29

LONDON, Jan. 29

the laft etters from Bilboa, and other parts of >ain a»e informed, that the Merchants there have fent to the Court of Madrid, defiring Leave import Britain into that King* dona, whicH was rejected. The people at Vienna, who are reftrained from fpesking their Sentiments public Ev
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
STOCKS.

STOCKS.

Dank '.9 Ditto 1758, India Stock, 7 | •half, 4 per Cent. Con. —- South Sta Stock, Long An. 1761, Old Ann. Ditto 1762, —• New Ann. -— Navy and Vi&ualling Bills 3 per Ct. red, 90 I-4th 3 difc. a 90 Exc. Bills, is, a Pr. Ditto Conf. Ind. Bds. 31. 17s. Ditto Ind. Scr. 104 3 Bths a i
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Hague,

Hague,

Hnitive treaty of peace, or fomethlng that one may call a truce without any fixed term of years, we cannot help being furprifed that the rulers of this republic (hould dream about augmentations in the tea and jand forces. the peace on the anvil is to be rendered permanent, whenc
31 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Alexander Clunie, Cannon Street, London, Merchant. —Jofeph Simon, the parifh of St. Stephen, Coleman Strcet u Merchant.—George Roberts, Edmondicott, in the parifb of Milverton, ,n the County Warwick, Glafs-maker, {Dealer and —William Henry Trent, of London, In ranee Broker, Rich
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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For thefe days paflvno exports have been made at thecuftpm houfe, except of Britifh and 426 yards of Irifh linen to Gibraltar. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES* General Evening Post, Jan. 20. THE laft letters from Rome advife, that his ho* linefs is very willing to give every aihftance it
31 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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great part of the miliiia eftablUhment j but any body with half an eye may fee through finejfe. Thr militia,

great part of the miliiia eftablUhment j but any body with half an eye may fee through finejfe. Thr militia,

as it was coaftitutcd* only ferved people the kingdom with fwarms of pigmies, as the fanners and labouring people in the country uf to marry their fons as foon as they were turned of years of age, whereby they avoided being balloted for hat fervicc. But why is the number of engi
31 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Hague, Jan. 21 Every Tiling being finally f with ths States for the pafiage of the Troops through that Province, Lieutenant Gen. Conway ii aurived and there fore expeft hear by the next from the Bi of that the firft Divifun has begun its March from thenc
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE

From the LONDON GAZETTE

Chamberlain'? Office, Jan. Or* Court's Change Mourning: Sunday . ct for the Moft Serene Arch- SUjo,nnaGa>riela,FifthDaughterof the Em-1 Queen, viz. Ladies wear black Silk: Velvet coloured Ribbon?* Fans and Tippets. Mtn cott'nue Black full trimmed, and M-ear coloured Swords and B
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE This Bay arrived MAIL from Holland. Dec. There Teems to be now Hope left of engaging the Czarina to alter her Refo- in the Dutchy Courland, and of Remedy but There indeed very Party in Poland, who look upon this advantageous the Republic it is 1-ke give a pe
31 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
at the manfion-houfe. 8. A patent of great importance it is is now preparing; and will be made oublick a

at the manfion-houfe. 8. A patent of great importance it is is now preparing; and will be made oublick a

few days. 9 The rcdu&ion to be made in the train of artillery, will not take place till thofc belonging the c rps abroad are returned. 10. A bank note one hundred pounds has been fent to the general poll office, a gentleman, in compliance with promife his late brother, in order
31 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland