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LONDON, April 22.

LONDON, April 22.

They write from Hanover, that the King has exempted the Inhabitants the Principalities of Gottingen .v-.d Gruberhagcn, ami the County of Sternberg, and of lev- ral Hailiwicks, who were the chief Suflcrcrs tap War, from all Taxes for three Years. If's Majefty moreover furnilhes t
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Officers killed*

Officers killed*

OF the 79th Regiment. Major More,, Capt. Strahao, Lieut. Fryar. Of the Battalion of Seamen. Capt. Porter, Lieu* tenant of the Norfolk; Mr. White, Surgeon's Mate of ditto. Of the Company's Troops, Lieutenant H&rdwick, drowned.
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
aM)ertirement& S. KIRK* Milliner, Begs Leave to acquaint her FRIENDS, THAT the Partnerfhip betwixt her and Mifs BOULTBEE is now

aM)ertirement& S. KIRK* Milliner, Begs Leave to acquaint her FRIENDS, THAT the Partnerfhip betwixt her and Mifs BOULTBEE is now

diflblv'd, and that file has taken Mr. Moresby's Shop, where flic continues to carry on the Bufinefs, being provided with a frefh Sortment of Milliner's Goods, which fhe fells at the moft realonable Rates : Takes this Opportunity of returning Thanks for all part: Favours, and ho
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A Hou.se in the King's Circus, Late in Pofleffion of Lady HARTOP. Enquire of Mr. Thomas Jelly, Carpenter, or Mr.

A Hou.se in the King's Circus, Late in Pofleffion of Lady HARTOP. Enquire of Mr. Thomas Jelly, Carpenter, or Mr.

John Ford, Maio:i, in Chailes-Street, the City of Bath. -f be ©old .fee, The DWELLING-HOUSE Gardens and Orchards, Of the Late Charles Holder, Efq. Bath-Hampton, About Mile from the City of Bath, and pleafantly fituated. For further Particulars, enquire at the Houfe, or of Mr. Le
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
NEWCAST

NEWCAST

Printed and fold by J. WHITE and T. S A
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
•. J ,I'.. .* i . il if '. J ■ ■■ ■ N ESTATE, lying at £a s rook,

•. J ,I'.. .* i . il if '. J ■ ■■ ■ N ESTATE, lying at £a s rook,

Miles of SiAMeslawi neat the Set, in. the 1 County of Diiham, held by Learie fitt tWcc. Linen Ltotd Bilbop of Dtiiham, übich Lite* ate aIL iil (nod funber Parkolsrt, enquire Matthew Carr, Xvhope, near Sundetlaod, or Batdon. the Tin Lit, *ijl %Sy*Tvff* Ur..! Iti Jl .iJttl i M' ■
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WANTED at LEEDES, A Master of the Workhoufe. ANY Perlbn properly qualified, and willing to engage in fuch an Undertaking,

WANTED at LEEDES, A Master of the Workhoufe. ANY Perlbn properly qualified, and willing to engage in fuch an Undertaking,

may fend in their Propofall to the Committee cf the faid Workhoufc any Wed- nefday in the Afternoon, on, or before the firft ol June next. Ks* All Perfons who have any Demands upon the Com- mittee on account of the Workhoufe, arc defued to bring in the fame, on, or before the 4-
26 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A EB. E OUR N A 796 *233 774 695 735 1237 662 795 1209 691 1216 ence to him,

A EB. E OUR N A 796 *233 774 695 735 1237 662 795 1209 691 1216 ence to him,

whether Lord Bute Mr. Pitt were minifters j and an equal fubje& of unconcern, who gained the dire&ion of the Eaft India company. The tax upon cyder gave him no manner of unea.- finefs, nor was he ever chagrined the advanced price of porter. Like Voltaire’s Candide, he cohfidered
25 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH

EDINBURGH

Extrafi of a letter from London, April ?? " The Houfc of Commons have ordered thanks to be given to Lieutenant General Draper and Admiral Cornifti, for their important fcrvices in tiic re- duction of Manila. " The Duke of Bedford will continue at Paris in a public character f >m
23 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Paris, April l«.

Paris, April l«.

THE Duke of Bedford's EmbalTy is not ended. He is gone -over to London only on his private Af- fairs. This Nobleman, though very rich, throws no Money out at Windows ; nor is his Houfe-keeping fo fumptuous as it Was expected to be. Every thing is conduced with a prudent ceconomy
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England