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'LIOMAS BOWERS Linen-Draper, funned from London, %kith a great Variety of Printed Cottons Linens of the very nevelt Patterns: Alfo

'LIOMAS BOWERS Linen-Draper, funned from London, %kith a great Variety of Printed Cottons Linens of the very nevelt Patterns: Alfo

great Choice of plain and %flings, Clear Lawns and Long Lawns, &c. and other Kind‘ 0 ')rapety Goods. N. I. Printed Linens as low as IS d. per Yard. 07 r:o be to the biobett Tribbero,r ;übjeft to fuch Articles as !hall then be produced)pd lwfdar eke of May bowers the ffforr of To
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDINBURGH* Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Com^;J and fold at their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-clo'e ;

EDINBURGH* Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Com^;J and fold at their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-clo'e ;

where /ifa&rtife&ents gnd Subfaipkm a«r« takes
27 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T> A# SOiLD, t* tht lift Bidd:r,

T> A# SOiLD, t* tht lift Bidd:r,

A# SOiLD, t* tht lift Bidd:r, the Hotffe of Ga aal M"a ia v, in Gatefhead, in the Conn’y of Duibam, on Monday the ninth Da/ May near, between tdie Hoars of Two and Five of rbeCtock-'tn the After* nor-n She fame Dav, u ,j AN ANNUfT Y of FIVE HyND RE •bout 4d .Years : ' a. MmETT of
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Return of Brafs and Iron Ordnance, &c. found at Cavite.

Return of Brafs and Iron Ordnance, &c. found at Cavite.

Brafs Ordnance, 137 ferviceabJe, 1 unferviceable. Iron ditto, 68 ferviceable, 24 unferviceable. Iron Howitzers and Carriages, n ferviceable. Carriages, 96 ferviceable, 41 unferviceabfe. Shot, of all Sizes, from p Pounders to 3 Pounders, 13,610.— Double-hen ded ditto, 411.7-Link
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Extract ef a Letter from Paris, April 18.

Extract ef a Letter from Paris, April 18.

" Royal Letters-Patents have been iffaed, dated at Verfailles the a ift of March, for fufpending the Exe- cution ofthe Arret of the Parliament of Rouen of the 3d of that Month againft the Jefuits : Which Letters- Parents having been prefented the 24th to the Parlia- ment of Roue
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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E. L oy d on, &c. Thurfday, April 2 l. ■ r. This Day at Noon the Venetian Arabaffadors went in -Proceffion from Somerret-Honfe' to St. James's, where they were received by his Msjefty fitting on his Throne under a rich Canopy; and from thence they returned to Powis-Houfe. z. The
23 April 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
TO BE SOLD, THREE Freehold Tenements, f.tuate in St. Clement's, Oxford, oppofite the Church} one in the Pofleflion of Mr.

TO BE SOLD, THREE Freehold Tenements, f.tuate in St. Clement's, Oxford, oppofite the Church} one in the Pofleflion of Mr.

Green, Hatter, the other two in the fever*! Occupations of Mr. Tucker and.Mr. Levcrettj lett together at Eleven Pounds Nine Shillings per Annum. Enquire of Mr. Walker, Town-Clerk of Mr. bwainc, in St. Giles’s Paiilh, in Oxford.
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
:1:4 6:11; and th;s tarhament it a:.6),:i.,!) ponied to the tav eno-third day 'few next. //Luba, Apra 19 . The

:1:4 6:11; and th;s tarhament it a:.6),:i.,!) ponied to the tav eno-third day 'few next. //Luba, Apra 19 . The

king ha-. been pleafed to confirm unto the right hon. Sir Francis Dalliwood, B.zt. only fon of lady. Mary Fane, eldett fitter of John earl of Wefunoreland, deceatich the ancient barony of Le Defpencer ; and a writ of fummons has been made forth accordingly. The king has been ple
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
morrow, at which Tome matters of it is . thoe g y, will be fettled. We hear that Mr. Rice

morrow, at which Tome matters of it is . thoe g y, will be fettled. We hear that Mr. Rice

is very ill in Ncwgate, and Let ny acquaintance is permitted to fee him. Yefterday a court of ecinmon council was a. Guild. hall, when the town Clerk,' being called upon to gist count of a particular application fmm a certaingr:at md,s, t. ob!truct the city's petition to his maj
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England