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An Oriental Tale. A brief but ;Acura.. lagland and Wales. A curious Account of the City of London. The Story

An Oriental Tale. A brief but ;Acura.. lagland and Wales. A curious Account of the City of London. The Story

of Florio and Monimia. Sehm, an Eaftern Talc. Curious Account of Thread made of Nettles. An Dray on the Vegetation of Stores. Method of thing white Cloth green, with the Protcfs of dying a l'iece of Cloth twenty Ells long into a Sasun green. An Account of all the National Debts
1 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Particularly ufeful at this Seafon when Colds are fo very rife, BLACKWOOD's True CORDIAL ELIXIR, is beyond all Difpute the

Particularly ufeful at this Seafon when Colds are fo very rife, BLACKWOOD's True CORDIAL ELIXIR, is beyond all Difpute the

higheft Medicine by far ever yet offered to the Public for Cour; as, COLDS, Rheumatic or other Pains in the Head, Back, Limbs or Body. This Medicine was long ufcd with great &Keels by Sir THEODORE M A V E R N E, Phyfician to King Charles the FA. and Second, and has been fince Ri
1 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

William Webb, of Wcodchefter, Gloucefterfhire, Dyer. James Campbell, of Liverpoal, Lancashire, Merchant. Wis. Hetheiington, of Ratcliff Highway, Middiefex, Cheefcm.nger.
5 March 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Hague, Febrilaiy 15. THEIR Serene Highnefies Prince Charles and Prince Erneft of Mecklenbourg Strelitr, arrived here early this Morning from England. itOttUOfl. Whitehall, March 1. The King has been pleafed to conllitute and appoint the Right Hon. Charle
3 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Year, from a State of florid Health pale and meagre. Philander, who ally lov'd her Diftraftion, took this - of

Year, from a State of florid Health pale and meagre. Philander, who ally lov'd her Diftraftion, took this - of

renewing his Addreffes to her ' band's Barbarity drove her into his irn, » one Evening {he made her Efcape with 1,n * The Day after I heard this News, I .received from her the following Letter My dear Papa, ((TAm not of my Guilt ; bat re-1 fift the fincere and tender Paffion of
3 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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HISTORY.

HISTORY.

refpeft to the affairs of Cour., land, we have received the following te rior advices. " Mittau, Jan. 21. Yederday Duke ''fieftus John de Biron made his public here. The magidrates and the ar of burghers refufed to affid at this e niony, or to take the oaths to him, y were compe
7 March 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E COUR A N T.

E COUR A N T.

\ Pilgrim Newcastle upon Tyne. ;» hear that the be# Loan three Millions and an Half*; will Foef per Cent, redeemable Parliament j each Sabfcriber of .190 1. tb have <ol. Acmmy, and taro Lottery Tickets of id. each. The Drawing af the Lottery ik to be divided into two Claf* lea}
5 March 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
E. Foreign News.

E. Foreign News.

r. Hague, Feb. 25. Their Serene Highneff s Prince Charles and Prince Erneft, of Mecklenbcurg Strditz, arrived .here early this Morning from England. Lend. Qaz. 2. Cadiz, Jsn. 28. The 24th an Englifh cartel Ship arri- ved here from the Havanrah, having on board 700 Chefts of Suga
5 March 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To bt SOLD.

To bt SOLD.

bt SOLD. THE WOOD, ftanding and growing upon Lockh Fax m, the Fatifti of Ryton.and County of Durham, confiding of TREES of OAK, l*» of ASH and ELM. Whoever inclines to purchafe the Whole, ora Fait thereof, may apply to Mi John Mailey. Dunfton, neat Newcafile upon Tyne.
5 March 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

From theLONDONGAZETTE, Feb. *2. Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Berlin, February 8. Military Preparations ftre flopt. The Regiments that are to girrifon the Places in Pruflia, and on the Lower pj march forthwith out of Sax- WA3a A n 7- Thofe which are to qu
1 March 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England