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MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

ABERDEEN: Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Priqe Two Pence Half Pinny. St. James’; Evening Post, March 20. THIS day noon, peace was proclaimed, pur fuantto his Majelty’s warrant, at St. James’s gate, Charing-crofs, and theufual places of the citj. 2. The day of thankfgiving
28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter from London, Alarch 17. Yefterday the Captains Fletcher, Maitland, and Dethick, took their leave of the Hon. Eaft India Company, in order to purfue their refpective voy- ages. " Mr. Rice was this day examined again before the Lord Mayor, and fonie of the Dire
23 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TREATY OF PEACE.

TREATY OF PEACE.

th n jCi Ma ' eft y. the mod Chrifof Spain j concluded 763 to the fame Day. :'/"*> 'rj and undivided Trinity, be*. 'n to w hom it fhall, mW anner belong—lt has nion an?'? l ° C, ' ffule lhe Sp '" "s(rf Vif Concord amo,, the , rea d Troubles in !>to«°; ,d " »o inipire them fe th
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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22 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Separate Articles.

Separate Articles.

i, Someof thetiih*s madf ufe of by the contract- ing powers, either in the full powers and other acts, during the courfe of the negociation, or in the pre- amble ofthe prefent treaty, not being generally ac- knowledged ; it his been agreed, that no prejudice fhail ever refuit th
23 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Bititimpi VO4C

Bititimpi VO4C

Frim LLOYD'S British Chronicle, M'dhi 28. L 6 N D d N, March it. O EVERAL Hundred Horfes are buying up for the v King of Portugal, which will foon be fhipped off for that Kingdom ; his moft Faithful Majefty being refolved to have feveral Regiments of Light Horfe. Mr. de Helleri,
25 March 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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Cfturflwp's P£>&®>

FrenitU Whitehall, GfINBRAI, and other EvM 'No- Papers, &c. March 29. CO VNT R T N Ett'S. Liverpool, March 15. TH E Fanny, Houlcrofr, is arrived here from the Ha vanna,' which fhe left the 14th of February. Capt. Houlcroft reports, that the Spaniards behaved Very infolently at t
25 March 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LEEDES, March 22

LEEDES, March 22

A few Days ago, Martha Cookfon and Squire Kay* a Hawk- er of Pots, of Deaton, near Hiuldei .field, were committed to York Caftle; the former charg'd with the Minder of Tamor, the Wife of the faid Squire Kay, ami the latter with lieing accef- faiy and affi.tiiig theiein. It feems
22 March 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OXFORD Journal. SATU R DAY, Marbb 26, 1763. Numb. 517. /'' 'This Journal, though publijhed on Saturday Morning, will always

OXFORD Journal. SATU R DAY, Marbb 26, 1763. Numb. 517. /'' 'This Journal, though publijhed on Saturday Morning, will always

contain the mojl material j > Articles of Intelligence inferted in other Country Papers the Monday following, The GRAND DEFINITIVE TREATY >/ PEACE bfliueen Biitannick Mjjefty, tit Mod Chridlan King, ami lie King of Spain. Concluded at Paris, Feb. 10th, 1765. To which the King Po
26 March 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COCKING * Newmarket, \n Eafter-Weei, '"* (Bemg the Time of the Races) \T7ILL b f£ ,n ? h s /

COCKING * Newmarket, \n Eafter-Weei, '"* (Bemg the Time of the Races) \T7ILL b f£ ,n ? h s /

?? am ef c °cks, between ths Gentle- V -« of Cambna>fhur« and the Gentlemen of High Suffolk to fhew <i Cecks on each Side, for 5 Guineasaßattle & £b nteedal WANTED* as an Assistant /*■ an Enghfh School AN honeft, fober, induftrious Perfon, who reads and write* well, and underfta
26 March 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England