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3 Co be %oil; to tie wea At the Ilware of Mr. known by eke Sign of tie Crown and

3 Co be %oil; to tie wea At the Ilware of Mr. known by eke Sign of tie Crown and

it Nantnci:b, an Cirjbire, Monday the Sraind Day of May, 1763, the Mao ee and live ch,.k in the Alta- I mon, that Day, THE Fee-Simple and Inheritance of a Meffuage and Tenement, and Eighty Acres or thereabiras of good arable, meadow and paiturc Ground, in Park-EnJ, in the Parith
5 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
From the NORTH BRITON, No. 42.

From the NORTH BRITON, No. 42.

BHERE is generally one favourite* minifterial Word in high Vogue. The Minifter himfelf firlt broaches of bis Dependents is ordered ro echo it thro' the Nation. The cant Word of the prefent Minifter is Oeconomy. There is not a poor, infignificant, Englifh Tory, or Scottifh Jacobi
1 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, April t.

Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, April t.

Vienna, ( ihe Capital City of Lower Aufiria in Germany ) March g. THE Day before Yefterday, Y.efterday, and To- day, have been obferved as Th.ankfgiving Days for the Peace j and To-morrow Te Deura will be fung ip. the Cathedral, under the Difch.irge ofthe AKciOery pf , our Rampa
1 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
By the X I N G,.A'PRO C L'£ M A TION;

By the X I N G,.A'PRO C L'£ M A TION;

By the X I N G, A'PRO C L'£ M A TION; For a Publick Thankfgiving> G EO RG E R. WHEREAS it hath pleafed Almighty -God, in His. Great Goodnefs, to put aa: End to 'the late bloody and expensive War, in which We were jengaged, againft his Moft Chriftian' Majefty the French JKing, and
1 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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1 '• ' iV '• bo 1 i ' L 0 jfj. a D,,.Ni tfMi&vU ■• On Friday Might an Effigy Was.' burnt in divert Parrs of the. Town," with, Labels affixed to it; denot- ing the Meafure . Midi 'drew this 'JpjSujt from' the Populace. "; ' ?? „ /Yefterday, 'Mining |arly, n a , sea-faririg .Map wa
1 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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LONDON, April z.

LONDON, April z.

The Kihg of Prullia has only made a reduction of 30,000 men of his armies, being all of bis own fubjeftt, whom he fent whom to allill the Farmers to manure and cultivate their land, Sec. But at the fame time the recruiting parties are enliiling all the young ftrong men they meet
5 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, April 2.

LONDON, April 2.

The King of Poland has a Iked the Advice of the Senate on thefc two Points: t. How he may mod conveniently provide for the fafcty of the Kingdom, both at Home and with refpcft foreign Powers ? 2. what Means be may fccure Cour land to Prince Charles, and maintain the Rights of th
5 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LL who have any Claim or upon the Eftate and Effetts of Mr, EMES, late of the City of Bath,

LL who have any Claim or upon the Eftate and Effetts of Mr, EMES, late of the City of Bath,

Builder, are dffired to fend a particulai Account of their rtfpeftive Demands Mr. Wili iam Edwards, Attorney, in Bath. And all Perfons indebted to the Ellate of the laid Mr. EMES, r e herebv required to pay the fame immediately to the Mr. Edwards. A LL Perfons who have any Deman
7 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Preferments.

Preferments.

From the London Gjzette. The King has been pleated, j4p'il 16. to appoint George Grenville, denck North, commonly called Lord North, 1 John Tuner, Thomas Orby Hunter, and Hariis, Commrjjtoners for executing the (Jr oj Tnafuter of his Mujejiy's Exchequer and Grenville, Chancellor
4 April 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
JO H FORBES, at his Houfe in the Correfliun- M'jtJ, Aberdeen, continues to fell at reafonabte Rates, er/l Sorts of

JO H FORBES, at his Houfe in the Correfliun- M'jtJ, Aberdeen, continues to fell at reafonabte Rates, er/l Sorts of

S lIG A RS, and fine Kentifh HOPS; lie has alfo imported a good Affortnsent of hefi English BROAD - CLOATHS from London ; Jells the Supcrfines at fixteen Shillings, ready Money, end other Kinds in Proportion.—CommiJJions carefully executed.
4 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland