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8 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The DEFINITIVE TREATY of Friendfr, and Peace between hit Britannick Majefly, the moll Chrittian King, and the King of Spain.

The DEFINITIVE TREATY of Friendfr, and Peace between hit Britannick Majefly, the moll Chrittian King, and the King of Spain.

Concluded at Paris, the loth Day of frebruary, 1763. 'To 'which the King of Portugal acceded on the fame Day. In the Name of the Moil Holy and Undiandid 'Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Gboll. So he it. p E it known to all thofe to whom it !hall, or may, in any manner, belong : I
29 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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Co be 6,

And Entered upon Immediately, upon very good Terms. AVery good and ratyard, nuish other.anninaciet thereunto btlinging, tleafuntly in ..tflitchurch, in the County of' Salo", in a Street railed Given. Endo. in a plentiful neighbourhood of Baal, 'with very good Spring Water confta
22 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Now offen to Sale, Hie Never-Failing Remodp

Now offen to Sale, Hie Never-Failing Remodp

jJL L Scripture is given hy the Itt/piration tf Ccd, and it for Dvfirim, for Reproof, for CrrreHion, f or biflruflion i§ Rigbtcoujncft, doi the M*in of Cod may perfttt, throughly funujhed unto all good Works. Thii was the Charaftsr which inlpited Apoftle has piven the facred Ora
5 March 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
in the I Hand of Cubs, with the Fort reft the H»- crnnih, and this Fortrefs, well all the other

in the I Hand of Cubs, with the Fort reft the H»- crnnih, and this Fortrefs, well all the other

Foitiolfcs the laid reltoied the fame Condition tucy v ere m when conquered by hi* Brit innick M jefty’t Anns, provided, dial his Brrunnick Mapity's Subjefls, who (hill have (etti -d iu the i.mi lllaud* Spain the prc.cm Treaty, oi thole who fltill have any commercial Adair, so l
26 March 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Ghkcejhr, Mnr:n *4. YefierJay the Lvty of Charles V.’yrid’ia:ii, Erq; was (Vcly delivered Son and Heir, his Seat at Clearwell In this County. Lad Night one of the Debtors confined in the Northgate Gaol of this City, found Means to hang himfelf, tying Slip to a Beam in the Prifon
26 March 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
‘To S L 13, Together or in Parcels, at Stretton upon the Fojfe, lie County of Wttrviiek \ Freehold Meflliage,

‘To S L 13, Together or in Parcels, at Stretton upon the Fojfe, lie County of Wttrviiek \ Freehold Meflliage,

with Barns, Stable, Yards, Garden, :iml B.ifkl'de; together with five Yard-Lands, lying and being in flic Open and Common of Stvelton ; with between eleven -nnd twelve Acres of Inclofbd Ground, belonging to the find Mefiuige; and -five Yard Lamb i now left at Fifty Pounds per An
26 March 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CDutsuap’g c >a.

CDutsuap’g c >a.

>a. TtfttrJay arrivtd tht Mails from France, Hoi* land, and Flanders. Rntifon, February Si. five following Articles have jud bean received here, and are W laid to contain the principal U Points of the Treaty concluded between the of Vienna, Berlin, and Drefden : lit. All Hoflilit
12 March 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
O X F O R D, March 12,

O X F O R D, March 12,

have the Pk-aftire of Informing the Far.nrrj in pnniculir, well x> t!ic Pul,- ■ick, that the Bill lor cr.f'tcir.g tlie general I'.e Broad Wheel*, was thrown out laft Evening, in a certain Auguft Aflcmblv, bv Majority of 86 36. _ Lift VVeek, daring our Affixes, a Petition Parliam
12 March 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NORWICH, March 24.

NORWICH, March 24.

Yefterday were committed to the Caftle, John Waller, of Mend ham in Suffolk, Farmer, and Win. Waller of Great Yar- mouth, Carter, his Kinfman, being charged on Sufpicion of ftealmg a back Gelding, the Property of John Meadows of Bcdingham in Norfolk. On Monday ended the Affizes
26 March 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England