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TUESDAY, March 29, 1763. April 1713, between France and Portugal, with the guaranties of Great Britain ; ferve as a

TUESDAY, March 29, 1763. April 1713, between France and Portugal, with the guaranties of Great Britain ; ferve as a

bafis and foundation to the peace, and the pr.sfent treaty ; and for this purpofe they are all renewed and confirmed in the belt form, as well as all the treaties in general, which fuhfitled between the high contraCting, parties before the war as if they were inferred here word
29 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
1 to %tatoti, At TABLEY, X C M 13, Our nrcthnr tb ANDY. at One Ouince a Mare. 2R, 17)63.

1 to %tatoti, At TABLEY, X C M 13, Our nrcthnr tb ANDY. at One Ouince a Mare. 2R, 17)63.

Co be Nen tlenllan, within two Miles of Denbigh, A BOUT Oak Tires full grown, and fit for any Ufe,with about ten .4"1, on VA Inefd.iy the 6th April next, at Thomas at the Angel in Denbigh, David Jones,. yoyner in Hen!lan will (hew them. Co be to the beft At rho Hoof( of ?hews Co
29 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
r (IQ* reat M 1 at Wear Shifna ll i n C o Salop; Guineas a Mare, and a .Crown

r (IQ* reat M 1 at Wear Shifna ll i n C o Salop; Guineas a Mare, and a .Crown

the the NV to be paid Stoble,Dar, or &fire the Mares are taken from Graft, Late Mr. FENWICK'S BY ELL TOM. Foe from all Natural Men:if/mt.' Do hereby Certify, That Bywell Tom, otherwif c Lightning, gu, Cade, his Dam by Partner, his Grand-dam by Wuodencle, his great Grand-dam by C
29 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

v»v j- \*j jl u. No Foreign \Mqil arrived, ilontjon, 24. Ml ' ' Day his Majefty went, to the » Lords, with the ufual State, 'J' and gave the Royal Aflent to the 10l- . lowing Bills, viz. . The Bill to punifh Mutiny and Defertfon,uxmd*for the better Payment of the Army andUheir .
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Mafter rendeiM more attraftive of the Eve, being hung in and agreeable Contratt Shade. , - , » r ,

Mafter rendeiM more attraftive of the Eve, being hung in and agreeable Contratt Shade. , - , » r ,

' On the other Hand, this good Habit ot Mind may ortin be wanting low and I Fortune, where one (hould expeft to find molt; there being fometimes feen more and Dil'dain under Ruflet than a'Silk. C»owr| ~i But, Pride in a Gentleman is offenfive, <1 Beggar 'tis abominable yet daily
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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A CONCERT.6 F.VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

A CONCERT.6 F.VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

A CONCERT 6 F VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. For tbe benefit of Mr. H U T T O N. The Vocal parts by Mr. Gilfon, and the Inftrt.- mental by ibme of rlu- beft Mafters. After the firft acl,; Mr. Hutton will play on the vioiin, f love my -low in fecret , a Scots tune, witb. variations
30 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[Num. 6450] Edinburgh, IVednefday, Alarch 30, 1763. i 53 ]

[Num. 6450] Edinburgh, IVednefday, Alarch 30, 1763. i 53 ]

30 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ED IM BURGH.

ED IM BURGH.

E.ii r a.l ofa let ter front London, March 26. ?? On Wednefday laft, and not before, Captain Ric'urdfon" of the Piggot, and Captain Fletcher of ilie Lord Middlefex, in the Eaft India Compa- ny's lcrvice, took their leave of tiie Court of Di- rectors, in order to proceed on their
30 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
London, March 29.

London, March 29.

Monday their Majefties, by Proxy, ftood Sponiors to the new born Son of her Grace the Duchefs of Hamilton, and the Marquifs of Lorn, eldett Son of the Duke of Argyle, at their Houfe in Bond-ftreet, who was chriftened by the Names of George John; his Majefty was reprefented by Lo
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Tile hill to apply the Cum granted to militia' for the prelr.st year. 'the bill for erecting a work hoefe,

Tile hill to apply the Cum granted to militia' for the prelr.st year. 'the bill for erecting a work hoefe,

fot• ployiog the poor of the pariil, of St. green. The b:11 to enable fuck °Ricers, marines, have been in the laud or fea lervice, or in t the twenty-fecond year of his 1.e.! tradEs. And to feveral bills to inclofe land., to to kveral naturiization and potato bil [rbut far Cazet
29 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England