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Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

From GAZETTE, April . Arrived the tiu from Hoi.i so, France, Flanders. if nr, il, March 5. , no;v » reportt hare, that the Imperial Troops «rc O ributed in the 'oHowing Man O T' !1 (^c Countries, 9 Regi- Q * w Intantry, t of CuiralTrers, and & Dragoons. Italy. 1 Regiments J,ii '
12 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
tfc« Coeiitotiort, Scorbutic Tenons arc rubjeft t* have bad Stomachi, and be miserably Jew spirited at Times, and many here‘heft

tfc« Coeiitotiort, Scorbutic Tenons arc rubjeft t* have bad Stomachi, and be miserably Jew spirited at Times, and many here‘heft

Complaints, nor knowing Scurvy it the Caulc: This Medicine rakes off the Faintaefs, create* an Appetite, and good geflioo immediately, when that Diftcmpct in iheit Blood it Caufe, Price js. a Bottle. 11. Genuine TINCTURE V.MERIAN, made from the r-ne Health Valerian Root, accoidi
12 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Fortune helps Brave. ft s& (C*wQO STATE LOTTfiRY, 1763, TICKETS and Shares of Tickets, will in a few Days be

Fortune helps Brave. ft s& (C*wQO STATE LOTTfiRY, 1763, TICKETS and Shares of Tickets, will in a few Days be

fold bv John Btrrj, next Door to the Roam, Mcnchejler, Where may had, Scheme* of the Lottery, which begins drawing the 30th of May nexj, that thole Perfocs who intend to be Adventurers, as the Time Ihort, are de(ired to apply fpecdily, as none will be fold-after the drawing the
12 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

Twenty fhips are to be employed thi. feafon in the whale fifliery from the port of London, which are now fitting out in the River, and fome vvill be ready to fail in a few days. On Thurfday the univerfity of Oxford, in full convocation, refolved to prefent a congratulatory addre
12 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SUNDAY'S and MONDAY'S POSTS

SUNDAY'S and MONDAY'S POSTS

f3* Arriv'd a MA I L ?? Holia H D. From tbe LON DON GAZETTE, April 9. Hague, April 5. T_"l E Prince of Orange's dillemper goes on fo favour- ably, that we have the greatefl reafon, with the bielling ol God, to flatter ourfelve. with his Highnef.'s fpeedy recovery. Paris, Ap'-ilt
12 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GEORGE R. WHEREAS hath pleafed Almighty God, in hit great GoodncCt to put an 1 to the late bloody and

GEORGE R. WHEREAS hath pleafed Almighty God, in hit great GoodncCt to put an 1 to the late bloody and

expcnftve War, in which we were engaged, again!! his Moll 'hrillian Majelly the French King, and his Oathofick Majelty, the King of Spain, by Conclufion of a juft and honourable between Us, and his faid Mod Chrif. Majefty the French King, and his Cajlick Majefty, upon fuch a Fou
9 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal

[N°. 1264. S atu r day, .April 9, 1763.
9 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
GEORGE GRIFFITH, MERCER In the Eaftgate-Street, CHESTE (Succeffor the late Mr. Robert Davies, and , )Zpr:hafgd his Stock in Trade)'

GEORGE GRIFFITH, MERCER In the Eaftgate-Street, CHESTE (Succeffor the late Mr. Robert Davies, and , )Zpr:hafgd his Stock in Trade)'

Barrived from LONDON with a large and elegant Affortment of the neuett and molt falhiunable Silks and Stuffs, with all uther Articles in the Mercery Way; He humbly folicits the Favours of the late Mr. Robert Davics's Cullamets, alftiing them and :sli Others •uho arc fo kind as t
12 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
*- ?? i Ar .7 n v r ?? for and by Walter F-ddim-N, John Richardson and Core L and

*- ?? i Ar .7 n v r ?? for and by Walter F-ddim-N, John Richardson and Core L and

?? thcS ?? in th- /-riituu-nt-cloft S where _afc^**-» end &#-*•*-» are ??
9 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
D. .Fereit.fi News.

D. .Fereit.fi News.

1 . Hague, April 1 . Th, Pa. cc- of Orang, has been out of Order ever line, Monday fail, and his Diih roper- r.Ow appears to be the bmilTpox, anc or the moii favourable Sort: _ The highefi Coam od*uo«* atcgi^en by. every one to the Behaviour both of the Qffic ? rs and private MF
9 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England