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Xi* COVER this SEASON, Ac Mr ]amct Scoti’i, in Yaim, Yoikibite, at Two Guinea! a MAB.C, and Two Shillinßs and

Xi* COVER this SEASON, Ac Mr ]amct Scoti’i, in Yaim, Yoikibite, at Two Guinea! a MAB.C, and Two Shillinßs and

Sia pence thdGioom, The NOTED HORSE YOUNG TRAVELLER. He is full fifteen Hands and an Inch high, clear of all Blemilhes, very ft tong and proportionable, and now rifing ten Years old. N.B. The above Horfe won two toot frizes, and three jol. which were the only Flacea be ever ftac
9 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
t>mt!saj>'s I&08.

t>mt!saj>'s I&08.

A. L O M o o N , & c . Saturday % April 23. t. St. James's, April 20. I S Majefty in Council was this Day hfS^l^® pleafed to declare the Right Ho- ?? nourable Hugh Earl of Northum- ?? b.rland, Lieutenant General, and *W§giMl ?? General Governor cf his Majefty's v ?? This Day the
30 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
A To be SOLD, at Harwich in EfTex. Large Aflbrtment of OAK and FIR Wreck Plank, Timbers, &c. at reafonable

A To be SOLD, at Harwich in EfTex. Large Aflbrtment of OAK and FIR Wreck Plank, Timbers, &c. at reafonable

Prices. * For Particulars pleafe to apply to Mr. Tho. B. Bryant, or Mr. Jams* Clements, pan, at the faid Place. . To he SCfLD. A Good and commodious Freehold Dwelling-Houfe. with -TX a good Garden, and other Conveniences, in the Occupation of Mrs. Stisted, fituate in Broo_ Stree
30 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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16 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, 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 1i '.L 0 jfj. a D,,.Ni tfMi&vU ■•

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
 
Majority for John Huske, Efq; 175

Majority for John Huske, Efq; 175

John Huske, Efq; cbofen Member of Parliament for Maiden in EfJex, is a Native of North America, and Nephew ofthe late famous General Huske, who was wounded in the Heel, and fo greatly diftinguifhed himfelf at the glorious Battle of Dettirigen in the Year 1743. It is (aid that fe
29 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
EDWARD VERNON,

EDWARD VERNON,

Admiral of the White Squadron ofthe Britilh Fleet; He was the fecond Son of James iViiitNON, Who was Secretary of State to King William 111. And whofe Abilities and Integrity were equally ; .. cpnfpicuops, ■ :• • In his Youth he ferved under the Admirals Shovel and |looke: ?? By
29 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England