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dared, he died by his own Hands, and *• no Man might fuffer for his Mur« der.” He was this

dared, he died by his own Hands, and *• no Man might fuffer for his Mur« der.” He was this

Day brought before Sir John Fielding, where he acknowledged his Crime, appeared perfectly refigned, thanking God that he had not murdered bimfelf, or any body elfe, and that he was not permitted to commit any more Crimes before he was taken. I cannot enough admire the Behaviour
19 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
‘ibis is to give Notice.,

‘ibis is to give Notice.,

To all Gentlemen, Ladies, and Others, 'T'H AT I Conliantine Dougherty, ■T Bt. Clements, near the City of Oxford, Linen-Draper, intend to open my Shop next Door to the Globe Coffce houlc, in tlie Market- Place, Abingdon, on Monday in every Week •, where I felling all Sorts Linen-
19 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, Novemier j.

OXFORD, Novemier j.

On Thurfday lad came on the Eleflion All Souls College in this Univcrfity, when the following Gentlemen were defied into the vacant Fdlowlhips, viz. Mr. Toke, of Univerfity College; Mr. Rngge, of Braze-Nufe; and the Honourable Brownlow North, Second Son of the Earl of Guilford,
5 November 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
C&iwnap’is ipofl.

C&iwnap’is ipofl.

ipofl. Extras Letter frtm Corke, dated Ja'i. 6. OND Evening arrived at . . Cove, the Infanta fpanilh Man W of War, of Guiu, under Jury-Maft?, Capt. Elphinfton, tak,.,, at the Havannah ; the San Gcnaro, Spaniih Man of War, another of the Ships, commanded Captain Randall, laden wit
22 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, 'January 20.

LONDON, 'January 20.

Yefterday arrived the Mail from France, by which, it is faid, there is Advice, that the Bred Fleet, confiding of five Ships of the Line, befidcs the Company’s Ships, failed <h« 9th )nd. for Afia, having on board ;000 Troops, under the Count d’Edaing, Captain General of all the F
22 January 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Extratl cf a Letter from Hertford, July 21. <• By feveial Perfons from the Forcft of Dean arc affured, that the Colliers have come Rcfolution to keep a (harp Lookout at all theCydet Mills within their Reach, in order to take fuch Excifcmen Prifoners as (hall come to furvey. They
23 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BRISTOL, July otb, tySy.

BRISTOL, July otb, tySy.

ITN away from Thomas ITilts ot Biilic , James Stra’forJ, Apprcr.licc to the above lie is about five Feet four Inches eighteen Vears Age, horn near Barklcv m CJoucdirrHiirc, ami U hin, ra-.v, Boy. Had on wlien run r. brown rotty Wig, new Shirt, and white Waiftcont, li ,ht nuxr-co
23 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CONTAINING,

CONTAINING,

I. The Hillnry cf (iuAnauPEi'ts, including amphibious Animals, flogs and Lizards, with their Pioperties and Ule in Medicine,^ 11. The Hiftory of Risns, with the Method of bringing up thole the fmging Kind. HI. The Hiftory Fishes and Serpents, including Sea Turtles, Cruft and She
23 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
A WANTAGE, Berts,

A WANTAGE, Berts,

WANTAGE, Berts, 1 OST orMiflaid, onTuefdaythe , orWednefday the »i!l of June laft, Rojb Diamond RING, let in Tulip Pattern. Whoever will bring the to the-Rear Inn, in Wantage aforelaid, (hall Receive Mr. Symonds Two Guineas Reward. N B. If offered be pawned or fold, prayftop fame
9 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LET!',

TO BE LET!',

For Our, or Three Tears, and Entered “pen at Michaelmas next, 'X'HE Tolis of Bufcott, Kingfton, and Newbridge in the County of Berks Any Perform who arc willing to take the fame, arc deliictl fend their Propofols for that Purpole, in Writing up, to Mr. William Ward, Attorney Law
30 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England