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SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, June 1. On the 26th ult. the Circuit fat at Penh, when came on the Tryal of Janet Ronald, for adminillring Poifon to her own SiAer, during which one of the Jury being fuddenly feized ill, the Tryal was put oA* till next Day, when all the Jury again appeared. The Panne
11 June 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be LETT, or SOLD,

To be LETT, or SOLD,

To be LETT, SOLD, And \Entertd upon Immediately, at in Marjh, in the County ef G'ouceJJcr ; A Good Subflnntial Dwelling - Houfe, with Bake-houfc and Malt-houfe, in good Repair, with all propel Conveniences for carry ing both Branches Bufincls. I.lkcwifc good Orchard and Garden, w
29 October 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

Freehold Estate fituatc ■**> Lyfon), nesr Inn, Bci-ks; Confiding Capital Meli'nage or Manlion-Houfr, with Dalry-Koufc, Brcw-houfe, Pievon-houfr, Stables anil otbcr convenient Outriuuftt ami Biniilingn t Ponr Orchanls, two Gai<len«, ami feven Clofca, or inclolrj rich Meadow and F
6 August 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Joseph Sellman, Clothier,

Joseph Sellman, Clothier,

OfftJtK the Blantrl-halt, Witney, OxfcrtlJhire, 'T'AKES this Method of inform - * ing his Friends and Cullumers, That he' has a large Quantity of all Sorts Naps, Duffels, Bcurfltins, and Fo'.vKvejiheis ; Tilts for Waggons and Barges, Wcbnill forCollarmalrers, Flocks, kc. where a
3 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be LET T,

To be LET T,

LET T, Fcr Term cf Three Seven Teun, and tertd uf en Midfurarocr next, at Itroadwell, /.v the County of Gloucefler, •within one Mi i Stow-on-the-Wold. A Gootl an.l commodious Dwelling lloufe (in great Mraltire furniflted) eon* fiftinp of a Kitchen, Hall, and two Parlour* wainfeot
12 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This Day is Publiihed,

This Day is Publiihed,

CT*HE Folly and Guilt of Satyrical Slander, SERMON preached before the Univerfity of Oxfokd, atChrift-Church, on Sunday, February so, lylj. By JOHN TOTTIE, D. D., Ca/tin of Chrifl-Ctwet, ArclJtann of H'oret/Ur, ohJ Ciaflai* in OrMnaty to tit Majtfj. Pubitflied at the of the Vice
16 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be Raffled for.

To be Raffled for.

QN Friday the 29th of this 111- ftmt, April, tlw Kofi: ami Cro at tbr County I" wcnty Subscriieks, at HnlJ Cu!..eft each. The well-known Horfc SOLDIER, jot Snocottr out cf ilia Dam StaDTholder, a:i<l who lia'i lumlrlf won Kifty Fonmla Plu'c«. Such (icntirnun a« chuw to be Si’iif
16 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD, 'T’HREE Freehold Tenements, St. Juhn t College, Oxford ; being well fiuutcd, with an extenfivc Piece of

TO BE SOLD, 'T’HREE Freehold Tenements, St. Juhn t College, Oxford ; being well fiuutcd, with an extenfivc Piece of

Garden Ground, and capable great Improvement. Enquire Mr. 'fhonm Coates upon the Premilfes, or Mr. John Phillipf in Oxford afurefald.
16 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The late Mr. WARD’S Medicines. L'his Bay is puhlifhcd. Price Six-pence, or on fine Paper One Shilling. ECEIPTS for preparing

The late Mr. WARD’S Medicines. L'his Bay is puhlifhcd. Price Six-pence, or on fine Paper One Shilling. ECEIPTS for preparing

and the principal MEDICINES made «fe of by the late Mr. WARD, together with an Introduction, fee. By JOHN PACE, Member of Parliament for the City Chichcfter, To whom Mr. WARD left his Book of SECRETS. Sold by Mr, Withy, Book and Prlntfellcr, the Royal Exchange inCornhill; Mr. Ma
15 October 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WJ X the Fletet Inn, In BnaJ-flrtrt, Worcf-flir, <m Frii/aj the njf ofOflohtr, httvitm tbt Hours of Two and Fivt

WJ X the Fletet Inn, In BnaJ-flrtrt, Worcf-flir, <m Frii/aj the njf ofOflohtr, httvitm tbt Hours of Two and Fivt

in the Afternoon j 'T' H E Large Handfome Commodious Dwelling-Houle of tlic late Robert Cotton, Efq; in an airy Situation, at the Top the Foregate-ftieet, Worcerter. The Houfe is three Stories high, betides Garrets, four Rooms on a Floor and Clofets, with a good Coach-houfe and
15 October 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England