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London, February 12.

London, February 12.

Letters from Paris, dated Feb, 4. fay, that the Plenipotentiaries of Great-Britain, France and Spain, were daily in Conference upon the Definitive Treaty, and had made great Progrefs in it that the Difficulty about the Newfoundland Filhery was adjufted j that the Affair of the E
17 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The next Bradford Aflembly Will Tuesday the 22d of this Inft. Feb. At the NEW BEAR Inn. BATH, Feb. 14.

The next Bradford Aflembly Will Tuesday the 22d of this Inft. Feb. At the NEW BEAR Inn. BATH, Feb. 14.

1763. AST died, Mr. Edward CoLp, Apothecary to the General Hofpital. The Governors of the Hofpital have fixed on Wednefday the 23d Inftant, deft an APOTHECARY to fuccetd Mr. Co)e deciafed. Any Perfon therefore who thinks himfelf qualified, and is willing undertake that Office, i
17 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

U'iHcheJlcr, Feb. 12. Lad Night about Five ©’Clock, Defign to make their Efcapc was formed by about Felon: in our Goal, molt of them for capital Offences; who, Ijeing provided with large Faggot Sticks, formed tticmfelves two Parlies, and deed ready to put their Defign in Executi
19 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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
 
m A or. ''&& tii 'kck. \ . FREEHOLDERS the MAN R X of HUI.BECK. tie defiled to ifttciM iheH-oufe

m A or. ''&& tii 'kck. \ . FREEHOLDERS the MAN R X of HUI.BECK. tie defiled to ifttciM iheH-oufe

of Mr John Wind, in PJg-.iiiffl ftieet, NeweifUe, ooThutfdtjr the 14, h of Fcbtuaiy iuftent, Eleven o’clock the Forenoon, on Account of the Application Parliament, for a -Olvifion of the Common within that Manor, and finally to fettle the Draught bf the Bill prepaied for that Pu
19 February 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
L 0 N D ON, Feb. 17.

L 0 N D ON, Feb. 17.

The King of Pruflia hath appointed Prince Ferdi- nand of Brunfwick, late Commander in Chief of the Allied Army, to be Governor of Magdebourg. They write from Paris, that a curious Statue of the prefent King of France was ereft ing there, which is to be opened the Day of the Proc
18 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
VERB T: Printed and fold by S, DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Tiimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

VERB T: Printed and fold by S, DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Tiimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

Sanders, in Derby LIKEWISE .i Bw Mrs COl X m WirklmrtL and at Mr. J. ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in Aftby-de-la-Zeuch., '4.4 All Advertisements f> /foj ?? that tire not received on the \V^^Eveumgk}ore Vdhcatwi, cannot fftyH Let ten are defied to kfent Po/
18 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
.. i«« uni ** ****** **« •* * * Mallet, Ifqi Ve-tea hi* Maj»fly*a *i*ta Caacb. '*’ , , «

.. i«« uni ** ****** **« •* * * Mallet, Ifqi Ve-tea hi* Maj»fly*a *i*ta Caacb. '*’ , , «

Sailor. The Diffciencc between aacieat and mo j* Hflautota. Diftiooaty let *?<». Mr, ?r.ha Fubliek. A Summon* lent Frtacfe King |h< Black Ftince. A Krcaipt to make a Feacc. »ta4f Btilat Letuea continued. Hittory Canada continued. aff.t Fatty- Genealogical Account Howard, Earl of
15 February 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
1 WO-Pcmpf Jal' FI •! _ ijni,lprt and more beneficial to i' 1 ' El , f n- tany other

1 WO-Pcmpf Jal' FI •! _ ijni,lprt and more beneficial to i' 1 ' El , f n- tany other

the City; and confecjuently greater <q'j cc . Mr. tlfe ;< for this Paper, (which ha* much more extenfive Citcu!*ion tha % r ;cillirfs, at Saiifbury Mr: at j Mr. ,ke *' \ oi \.o&c9 Chipptnof* in b y Mr! Newbery, in London; Mr. Cadell, ' Exete r. ; tljj r irt Pop » * Coney, at Bri
17 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England