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LEWES, April 11.

LEWES, April 11.

On Thurfday next, (he will be open'd, the Town Hall in tins Town, ihe General Quarter fur the Fart this County. Oft neat, will be proclaimed ar Rye in this County when there will be fuch Fireworks exhibited a* were never ia parts before. Cn the Night the Inilaat was feized* the
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
And entered directly, Michaelmas next, T H _ E » a large Ibottomodious Inn, Grinfted inSuflex, late the Occupation *

And entered directly, Michaelmas next, T H _ E » a large Ibottomodious Inn, Grinfted inSuflex, late the Occupation *

Mr. James deceafed, being in goodßepair, with Stablti for rtlfo Land J ftdjoinmg to the Town. * of iMr. John Holder, of Grinftead of Mr. Smith, at Sir JpiuUDyke'i, in St. Jamei'iPlice, London. * •
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
W» LEE, of moderate - j l j*t> • • . • . and rr.oft Advrr areTallin .!' u \?*

W» LEE, of moderate - j l j*t> • • . • . and rr.oft Advrr areTallin .!' u \?*

15 , r . rillcr " «" are alio uken the Men who carry this Paper, v ; 6o "' src ««»«<*, G.h, «U W4il ,i 1 i. ♦
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From the NORTH BRITON.

From the NORTH BRITON.

The a.id (petition i the Scot Nation (he Union, with »hc»r tacnmeut Franc* and declare-! Enmity t.ng'an I, thcsr repeated and Rebellion hit Period, with their iervde flcfuviuur overhearing Power, jft'ly cue Name every hue msu The mean Aru » preterit acquired Power, d e the the l
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. This Day arrived the MAILS from Holland* Fiance and Flanders. Napltt, March 7. On the paft died v a Country near Dr. Antony Bond ini, eged 117. had followed the profeffiooof Phytic 9 Yeari. Hit Memory wa» not in the leaft irepaired, and till the very lift h
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 

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APRIL sth, 17^5.

APRIL sth, 17^5.

A 1 : ::. Pctfons who any DcituniN Jolm Malliy, the C'itv lcrrK.nl, Mercer. ddii'nl forthwith to f.-nJ an Account to Mr. William Chinn, Ironmonger, or Mr. William Kinl, Attorney llcrefor«l, (to whom the Stock aiv.l ol* the l.ii I John Me«l!cy are for the Benefit ct* hi* Cmliu;rs
9 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
VIII. The Subjefts of either Party forced to enter into the Service of tbp,other, be difeharged. IX. The Emprefs Queen

VIII. The Subjefts of either Party forced to enter into the Service of tbp,other, be difeharged. IX. The Emprefs Queen

(hall return all Deeds, Writings, and Letters belonging to the Places reftored to the King of Pruflia. X. The Inhabitants of the County and City of Gluts lhall be at Liberty to remove with their EHefts, in two Years without paying any Duty. XI. The King of Prulfia lhall confirm
9 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

When the Bill for laying additional Doties on Wines, Cyder and Perry, palled the Houle of Lords, many of them entered Protefts ngaitift palling the fame into Law, being unconftitutiunal, the Extcnfion of the Excite Laws, and inconliftcnt with the Rishu and Privileges of a free P
9 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Bristol, April 9.

Bristol, April 9.

Arrived at the HOT-Wells.-* The Dean of Oflory, Capt. Weft, Mr. Blacltaller, Mr. and Mrs.Thompfon, Mr, and Mr.MalTe, Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Mackenzie, Mifs Douglafj, Mifs VVright, &c. &c. Came in fince our lajt, The Fanny, PoweJ, from Lond on. . 9t <o Arrived, At Africa* the Arabella
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, April 14.

Bath, April 14.

Arriv'd here, Lord Francis Sandwich, Ladjr £»f'■//» fey Dixie and Lady, Co,^)li*^ fW Capt. Murray, Capt. yV'ifLbridge, Capt. James, Cap l, > « ler, Cap,. Smith, Dr. Kjg- £d> 4 Mr. and Mrs. Bullard, M r ' ,»d Mr. and Mrs. Stanley* ; Mr. and Mrs. Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Thorington, *
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England