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LONDON

LONDON

Letters from Magdebourg, of the _zd. ult. fay that Prince Ferdinand of Brunfwick, Governor of that place, was ar- rived ihere; and that on the 19th he was nominated, wirh the ufual grandeur and folemnity, a Canon ol the Cathedral of that Ciiy, on which occafion a grand entertain
12 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

laid, The Duties upon Cyder and Perry, made in England, to be under the Receipt and Management of the Commiflioners and Officers of Excife there and thofe in Scotland under like Officers there." Now, I (hould take it as a Favour, if you, or any of your Correfpondents, would info
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday Poft.

Friday Poft.

Arrived a Mail from Holland. NAVAL AFFAI RS. St. James’* Evening Post, April 2. THEY write from the Sound of the 21ft that the navigation there was entirely and open, and that feveral (hips had alici' parted and reparted this feafon. 2. We hear that 86,000 tons of (hipping
11 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Charlelio-vn, Feb. 19. Monday lafl arrived here 69 Irilh Proteftants from Bel. aft, to fettle in this pi ov ince, upon the encouragement given by the le- gifbture, in an act palled tbc 25th of July, 1761. The lands allotted for them to lettle on, we are in- far ued, are fome of
11 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Alftracl ofth; Bill, relative to the Nem Excife on.Cyder and perry

Alftracl ofth; Bill, relative to the Nem Excife on.Cyder and perry

Alftracl ofth; Bill, relative to the Nem Excife on Cyder and perry T TPon every ton of cyder and perry, imported \ ) after July 5, 1763, a duty of two pounds over and abo'-e al! other duties. By the new duty of rxcife four fhillings per hogf- head to be paid by the maker thereof.
9 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'At Loudon. &c. Saturday, April 2.

'At Loudon. &c. Saturday, April 2.

From London GTawttfc" — fy & e K' n g> * ?r'oc'laiiatiqn»_ 4 Publick Thankfgiving. '/GEORGE, *• H ERE AS it hath pleafed Almighty Gcd, in His great Goodn*fs, to put j ?? an End to the late blco J y and tx- P en^ ve War, in which We were en- yttMflf^ £ 2 & sc *» a g a > n ft k* s
9 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Tfl COVER SEASON.

Tfl COVER SEASON.

At Tudhos, a Mile from Sunderland Bridge, and four Mitea from Durham, ai Three Guineas Mare, and Half a Cio«n to the Servant j the Monejr to be paid at the Time of Covering, ot when ihc Mares (ha'l be taken away, TAFILETT, An Arabian, in the PoflTclGon of Thomas Swinburne, Efqt
9 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

Jacob, now 'ate ol Wolverhampton I th-* County Stafford, R>jie Maker. VV»»i-am Liverpool m the County cfLan caiUr, Pot feller.
11 April 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, the Sign oftheHATand Beaver, the tipped End of the Maiket-Piace, Bath, Akes and Sells all

THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, the Sign oftheHATand Beaver, the tipped End of the Maiket-Piace, Bath, Akes and Sells all

Sorts of Hats, vvholefale and Retail. L.kew.fe black and white Beavers, and black and white Ditto f«r young Gentlemen, ioug an atn. Whoever buys Hats of him depend on their keeping out the Rain, and holding their Colour to the hft. , N. B. He ha< juft laid a large Aaortment ot G
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

AnA EnttrcA upon Immediately, at Kettleltd in the County Oxford ; Well-Built Brick Houle, handfomcly fitted up ; containing one final I and two large Parlours, Hall, very good Kitchen, eight Chambers, and two Gardens, with Stabling and other Conveniences belonging the f.iid Houl
9 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England