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AUTHOR. tfc. SIR, T is apparent, thu the preliminary articles of peace were huddled up in too much hurry, •• and without due confideration on the part of Grea t i ß n ri t tai he n m ; p t l h a i i s n , ly Sir, the ve many and great error In them you will find errors arifing f
1 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Tuefday the Butler to L'ird Dicre, in Hill-Street, was found in his Room with his Thtoat cut in a Ihocking

Tuefday the Butler to L'ird Dicre, in Hill-Street, was found in his Room with his Thtoat cut in a Ihocking

Manner. A Surgeon was fent for, but there were no Hopes of his Recovery, and Yefterday lie died. Sunday Evening two Gentlemen in a Poft-Chaife, were robbed of their Watches and Money near Clap- ham, by a finale Highwayman; but one of them defiring his Seal might be returned, he
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MIDLAND CIRCUIT

MIDLAND CIRCUIT

Lord Chief Baron P*r&r, and Mr. Jullice Bathurfl. Rutland, Friday March 4, M Okeh* ol - _ . , ?? Monday 7, at the Caftle at Lincoln. C//y of Lincoln, the fame Day at the City. Nottinghamjbire, Thurfday 10, at Nottingham. Town of Nottingham, Friday 11, at Nottingham. jfcMto, Mond
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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5 February 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
f. aftaM «ha GOLDIH f Gravel. Me* 4*. Boult, BARD AN A, A atm foi the Gout and ahfnmitifaa. Me*

f. aftaM «ha GOLDIH f Gravel. Me* 4*. Boult, BARD AN A, A atm foi the Gout and ahfnmitifaa. Me*

I*. • feoul*. . xh* Btrd»o* it *a Uooccnt Btirifh Flm. It* Vinne* agtioft >bt R*icum*'ifa hav* always «" •"<* «*>« » oi Fdinburch, who Bat* diftinguiflied ihcnfclvc* eminently ifcelmpiovcmtM Mcdiciac. now give fuecefsAiUy in that DifeaJ*. it Ij»pleaf*m, f*f«. and effcausl} and j
1 February 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

LONDON GAZETTE. Thomas FowJe, Rotherfield, Efqj is appointed hii Majefty Sheriff for (his County for the Ifcar. Ratisbon, Jatt This Da/ de Comwiflloii was dilated by Minifter of Mentz, which the Emperor acquaints the Diet, that the Queen of Hungary for the Sake of Peace, was wil
7 February 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Bristol, February 2.

Bristol, February 2.

Arr'vv'd, AtLilbon, the of Dartmouth, from (<fu& Dublin, the Two Friends, Entered out, TheLucea, the Hawke, Morton, for Trader, Kinglton, far 0,• Laft WcdneCUy the pulling down St Nicholas t lC ,. Corpfein the Wall facing fy known how long it has atl 4 1 peared to be a youngTerf
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
RECEIPTS for preparing and compounding the Principal Medicines made use of by the late Mr WARD. Together with an introduction. By John Page, Esq; [member of parliament for Chichester city], to whom Mr Ward left his book of secrets.

RECEIPTS for preparing and compounding the Principal Medicines made use of by the late Mr WARD. Together with an introduction. By John Page, Esq; [member of parliament for Chichester city], to whom Mr Ward left his book of secrets.

RECEIPTS for preparing and compounding the Principal Medicines made use of by the late WARD. Together with an introduction. By John Page, Esq; [member of parliament for Chichester city], to whom Mr Ward left his book of secrets. To the Public. FRiendfhip, and perhaps gratitude, h
7 February 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The surprising story of Martin Guerre.

The surprising story of Martin Guerre.

Th e surprising story of Martin Guerre. M A . Rt Guerre, born in Bifcay, was his 11 th year married, in January .'9' Bertrande de Rols of Artigues, „ , .' d'ocefe of Rieux ; a damfel as young and equally diftinguilhed for ut y and good fenfe. This couple life t , o^et ' ier » ' n
7 February 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" Ah! precious metal! whatdoft thou rorrprifi * Bread, lodgings, blankets! but thou art not mine Thy miflrefs means a

" Ah! precious metal! whatdoft thou rorrprifi * Bread, lodgings, blankets! but thou art not mine Thy miflrefs means a

fhilling;" paufes, Stedfafl refolves her treafure to refign. Lowella j.'>in'd, the meager mother bows. Says, " Madam, you've .-tiirtaken what yon gave Was this," (and then the bright donation fhows). The conlcious lady meek replies, " have." Your (late of indigence I law: no mor
7 February 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland