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Co be %alb to the bigbeft 13iDtoetS,

Co be %alb to the bigbeft 13iDtoetS,

Co be to the bigbeft 13iDtoetS, Os the 14th Day of March, 1763, (and not the 7th Day of FebflnryLu mentiond in former Papc-s) betwixt the of Three and Six of the in the Afternoon that Day, at the Mr. Woodivard, known by the Sign of the and Sceptre in ,Naotwith, in the Com, of Cic
1 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
• » The following Book will the noft elegtnt with Regard to Paper, Print, and Copper-plates, that ever appeared in

• » The following Book will the noft elegtnt with Regard to Paper, Print, and Copper-plates, that ever appeared in

England-, it not therefore to be doubted, bat that the Public will fhew it the Encourgement it deferves, at will do Honour to our Eoglifh Artifts, and will convince the neighbouring Nations, that we are fupeiior to them as well in Arts as Arms. On Saturday the firft Day of "Janu
1 February 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
.v . - Ns;;7 l 4 4 , COURANT \ . . 1 r . [II.] Nu. 1372. To the

.v . - Ns;;7 l 4 4 , COURANT \ . . 1 r . [II.] Nu. 1372. To the

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
 
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
 
i.ave been ttekin kat ilep enneceffary ; the contents If which, se be ended on, have never been divulged, but

i.ave been ttekin kat ilep enneceffary ; the contents If which, se be ended on, have never been divulged, but

are fu e: a n /Lure, as to occAon the detention of the .French ;rep, until an account cane of the failing of the Liverpvir nem of war ter tilt E.att Indies, who departed from Plytncuth the :zit isetent. eurftley left a let: of gentlemen wai:•crt oil a great man at the nett end o
1 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A MURDERER.

A MURDERER.

Bow-Street, Cavort-Garden, Tan. 13, 3763. WHEREAS one Richard Preilon nand: charged on Oath, together with Richard Keen, now in Hunting/on Coal, with the cruel Murder and Robbery of a young Man, in the 'Month of June 1759, In a Wood at Higney, in the PariAt of Ramfay, in Hunting
1 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, Jan. 17. Lord Defkford, Proprietor of the towns of Portfoy and Whitehills, has publifhed an advertife. ment intimating, that all failors difcharged from his Majefty's Navy may have feus at Portfoy for building houfes, and having yards, without paying the ufual entry m
1 February 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
JfUOap's and &atUCB_U>'i POS T S.

JfUOap's and &atUCB_U>'i POS T S.

From the Daily Tapers, (jfc. Jen. 27 and 28. ?? Arriv'd _ M A I L from Holland. Rome, December 29. ?? N ** ,c *■-.»•■' between the |6 h and 27th there SO 1 . T _^x. * c ?? a vcr - / ' ieav . v t r 'fw, fince which tbe wind Vf W changed to the Nonh. It blew violently, and "Jjafta
1 February 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
to be (boll to the bett 113itinc0, 0.714 day the Fir, Day of March, 1763, at the Dwell of Owes

to be (boll to the bett 113itinc0, 0.714 day the Fir, Day of March, 1763, at the Dwell of Owes

kenboldes, known by :be Sign of the Boot, in the f C.,rnarvon together, er is tie following Lott, a Parcel of OakTitaber, fit Jr Ship- Builtbng, or other now onark'd and growing Elate, is the Cow yof Merionetb, all suitbitt a Mik of Tradlitawr, axe tee Nortigabk River Aberglafel
1 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, Jan. 20.

LONDON, Jan. 20.

It is faid that all the Commiffioners of the Excife will be changed, except one. Confiderable changes in the Cuftom- houfe alfo are talked of. - It is faid that George Lewis Scott, Efq; one of the prefent Comm itlioners of Excife, will be appointed Receiver General of the Cuftom
1 February 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England