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19 February 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

O D O K, Feb. j 7 . Wc from Mofcow, chat his Imperial (he Grand Duke applies the of Languages that has already made k Latin but German French wiih great and daily horn »hcle Languages into the which his Mother Tongue. The in Corfica continue receive, very Supplies in Conference
21 February 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From tbe LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 19.

From tbe LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 19.

WHITEHALL, February 19. ON Tuefday Night lad:, Richard. Neville Neville, Elq; Secretary to His Majefty's EmbaiTy at the Court oi France, arrived with the Definitive Treaty of Peace, figned at Paris, on Thurlday the 10th Initant, by his Grace the Duke of Bedford, the Ducde Prafli
18 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Bristol, February 16.

Bristol, February 16.

Came in fxnce our lafi, The Antigua Faaor, Wheden, from Halifax, Cork and Combe. Arm?J, At New-York, the James, Saunders, from this Port atFalmouthj the Briftol, Owens, from Guadalupe at Gibraltar, the Sampi'on, Greatrake, fropi Newfoundland at Coomb, the Amelia, Nixon, from Jam
17 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ACT V.

ACT V.

In the beginning of this aa. Lord Medway fhll ofremotfe, from a rctro'pienve v»<*.v ol his coa- du 7 :, is join dbv his fin. wiio tells him, he is r:\. *y ro jv..it upon drs. Knigutly. Medway an- fwers rhat the lady to .- hoin he would have mar- ried him cj-not be his wife, for
21 February 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the mail, fr on France, Holland, and Flanders

Arrived the mail, fr on France, Holland, and Flanders

From the London Gazette, Feb ij. A T ?? St. James's, the 14th day of f\ February, 1763, P T-. k SENT, The Kl.N'G's nioft Excellent Majefty in Council. WHEREAS, "his Majtliy hath received informa- tion, that a contagious diilemper hatb broke out, and rages at this time wifti grea
19 February 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
r-jj— >o be LET, for one year, and entered tg The INCLOSURE below PICARDY; on the weft- fide of Leith

r-jj— >o be LET, for one year, and entered tg The INCLOSURE below PICARDY; on the weft- fide of Leith

walk, which belong & to the deceafed Mr. Spankre. The inclofure conliits ot about thirteen seres and an haif, is weli inclofed and has very good water in ir For further particulars, enquire at the publisher By ADJOURNMENT. T^Har large ?? DWELLIN G M. HOL 7 -E. the fifrh door ot
16 February 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WILI.I K M RTOFR

WILI.I K M RTOFR

WILI.I K RTOFR it SOLD, ft tht bidder. ToGETHrsotSEFASATt, to enter on the if! of M arch nett, ar the Three Tons in.Uailingran, in County of Uuihani, on Monday the at h February ini’ant, Three freehold messuages or TENEMENTS, fliuaie, (landing, and being, iu North fltect, in Darl
19 February 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
R £ G Itf L tf S

R £ G Itf L tf S

R tf COVERS this SEASON, Ac Ten Guinea't M ARC, sod Five Shillings co thfc Servant, Mr Kaje’s, at Lo« Gaterlsy, in the Paiilh of Middle.on-iyas, in die County of If oik where there is good Gtafs, with all Convenicnciet for keeping both Marcs and Foals.—Gateilay it two Miles from
19 February 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Continuation of the Curiosities of HAMPTONCOURT. the Right Him? this Quadrangle there is Colonade, confiding pillars, two ifie lonic Order*

Continuation of the Curiosities of HAMPTONCOURT. the Right Him? this Quadrangle there is Colonade, confiding pillars, two ifie lonic Order*

with Entablature Too. decorated the i Middle with two large, carved This great Stair which are painted, the Top, the left Side, come in, Apollo and the Nine Renting a fine Concert Mufick, Feet firs the God Pan, with his unequal Reeds and little below them, the Goddfcfs Ceres, ho
21 February 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England