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i .1 the Protection of our moU, aridable Sovereign, tite* only one w« have eves known as our Friend and

i .1 the Protection of our moU, aridable Sovereign, tite* only one w« have eves known as our Friend and

'Parent. Let our Author thus proceed in the Words of in the Beginning. O Hell! What mine Eyes behold Into ouv Room BHfi>, than high d Creatures of other Mold lrr-. All Hope excluded thus,’ behold inlb-ad out-call new Delight Faiewcll RemaitC'-- Let Envy her Teeth, flatter my/elf
29 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
From the London papers, January 2C.

From the London papers, January 2C.

Cadiz, Dec. 27. Py a cartel fhip which arriv- ed from the Havannah on the 17th, we learn, that the Englilh troops died by a hundred in a day; that thegarrifbn was reduced to 17 cr 1 Soo, which had obliged the governor, to prevent a revolt, to fend many of the inhabitants out oft
29 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ESSENCE of WATER-DOCK.

ESSENCE of WATER-DOCK.

THERE can now no Quedion but this Plant will cure the mod inveterate Scurvy j new Indances of Cures come in continually prove that every Kind and Degree of theDifordcr certainly yield to it. It not only clears the Skin Eruptions, but mends the whole Conditution. Scorbutic Perfon
29 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T» the Printer of the Oxford Journal. Mr. Jack son*, Faljo Li her: ntis I'ocnbulum obtendi its yui Degtntrts in

T» the Printer of the Oxford Journal. Mr. Jack son*, Faljo Li her: ntis I'ocnbulum obtendi its yui Degtntrts in

PtthitLUtn exuiojty nibil Spet nijiper D'fcordiat habtant, Tac. Ann. WANT of Truth ami Candor, indiferiminnte Abufe of whole Doilies of Men, perlonal Abufc groat and worthy Charaftm, betray the lovveil Corruption and Depravity of Heart. Let them in their own Filth, unnoticed, un
29 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, Jan. 18. We hear the fevere Froft has reached Corke, and ha- caufed a Stagnation of Bufincfs there; and if the Eafterly Winds cont'nue, we fliall, in all Prol ability, have it here. Corjfr, Jan. iOn Tuefday laft feme Perkins the Burial of Child, at St. John’s Church-Yard
29 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
deal Paper has male its appearance at \ -. the firft number of -ajhici was publifhed . fay the izd

deal Paper has male its appearance at \ -. the firft number of -ajhici was publifhed . fay the izd

current; as it dif cavers more \ ?? genius ive Ihall make no apolo- j
29 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WITNEY, Jan. aS. 176-,

WITNEY, Jan. aS. 176-,

or mlHiud fomewherc near tlie White Hart Inn, in Witiu-y, Oxfortllhire, Monday .'.id r laft, Sum of Money amounting to Nina Pound?. Whoever v.'ill l>ring tint lame to Mr. Smith, at the White Hart, Witney aforelaid, a (jninia Reward. To be E T T, Entered 1.-.mtdiate’j ; Neat Bric
29 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
W A N T E D,

W A N T E D,

In /mail private Family in the Country, A Woman Servant, of middle Age, who will allowed Servant under her. She undertake the Bulii.cfs Cool.e. v, Partly, Pickleing, and Prelerving; getting Lumen, cleaning the Houle, ami the Care of two or three Cows. She mult bring good Chnraff
29 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Te it SOLD.

Te it SOLD.

Te SOLD. THE WOOD, landing and growing upon Lockh F* a m, in the of Kyion, and County of Duiham, confiding of ajas TREES of OaK, j 8« of ASH and ELM. Whoeter inclines to purebafe the Whole, a Part thereof, may apply to Mi John Mailey, at Ouotton, neat Newcadle upon Tyne. To bi SO
29 January 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SATURDAY, Ja%u a a t ij, Moccixui.

SATURDAY, Ja%u a a t ij, Moccixui.

SATURDAY, Ja%u a t ij, Moccixui. this done, he admioiAcn the fowder, viz. To Patieon from Year old to thru,'he give* one Grain of the Powder every three Hour*, until it either fWeats, vomit*, or purge*; and then he repeat* it according jo the Strength of the Patient, till the Fev
29 January 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England