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MONDAY, sty/-//

Wednefday Poft. Arrived Mails from France. N,A V A AFFAIRS. General E v e ni n g Po s t, April 1 4. HEY write Cadiz, of the paft, that the commiffion* ers appointed to try Mr. Saveletta, capt. of , the Hermione frigate, had made their report to the king, but that it was not mad
25 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
1763.

1763.

25 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
I**lME Edinburgh Society, for encourage- ment of Arts, Sciences, Manuf azures, and Agriculture, have adjudged the un- derwritten premiums for

I**lME Edinburgh Society, for encourage- ment of Arts, Sciences, Manuf azures, and Agriculture, have adjudged the un- derwritten premiums for

theyear 1762, ,v nerfons after named. to ! 1 ,1 1 • • - „ _- j Por nfeful inventions in arts, &c. Jive gnineas, Jolm Ramie in Con's clofe, Edinburgh, for a <w and ufcful improvement ofthc loom, for wea- J.n of hair-cloth for chair-bottoms, &c. j Totbe petfon who fhall keep and l
27 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY, A

SATURDAY, A

SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. Arrived Mall from Prance. Mirth if. HIS M6rniog Col.Don Edward Wall arrived at Court, being dirpatched by Don Pedro Cevalloa, Governor of Buenos Ayres, with the agreeable Newt of the Conqueft Ot the Colony of St Sacrament, belonging to Portugal. Ti
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE U P O N T Y N E.

NEWCASTLE U P O N T Y N E.

NEWCASTLE U O T Y N E. NOTICE it hereby Given. That a court of con science will be held at the Gaildball, io (hit Tow*, oo Wed as the Day of May dcsi, for TRYING CAUSES, at nfuai; By Order, GIBSON. N. B. No Snmmont will be granted lAtt Mbhdty the of May. Nbwca«TLE, April at, 1765
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tj be LET or S O LD,

Tj be LET or S O LD,

be LET S O LD, ADWELLING-HOU SE, with: Stables, and otheiCoovenienciM, Ctuat* in Tynemouth, late in the TolVelfion of Mr William Knight. Eoquite of Mr French, on the Keylidc, Nocaftle.
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POST. ,rd the Mail frost Hou.stoth tatiflon, April 1. i of Ruffia and the k;ng Pruffia sded an alliance, by

POST. ,rd the Mail frost Hou.stoth tatiflon, April 1. i of Ruffia and the k;ng Pruffia sded an alliance, by

which they colt each other with 1 men, third two thirds foot ; upon condition, liethat if Ruilia Ihould be attacked by Praia than furni(h a rum of money ey have alfo engaged to fupport the )offellion of Courland and Semigalia ? A Poland thould become vacant, they t native chorea
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
n Ge, rge and Male ir . Prepared, SILK S, LINE For RIDING•DRESSES, &c OIL cL Manufaitured by MARY Ronal.

n Ge, rge and Male ir . Prepared, SILK S, LINE For RIDING•DRESSES, &c OIL cL Manufaitured by MARY Ronal.

Woolen-Drape And made /'TREAT Coats, Maar Cloaks, Plain Ladies Capuchins, &c. &c. of a tome fuperior Properties to any Thing of thin, and fa pliable, as to admit of held crumpled into any Form or Compafx, witl an improvement of her late Hulhand's that though pliant and gentle, y
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ipoa. from the LONDON GAZETTE. WiiiTEHAtL, April 16. N Thurfday Night, Lieutenant kj A Colonel Scott arrived with the following

ipoa. from the LONDON GAZETTE. WiiiTEHAtL, April 16. N Thurfday Night, Lieutenant kj A Colonel Scott arrived with the following

Letter to the Earl i'X. Egremont, from Brigadier Gen. Draper, who alfo arriv'd about the fame ime. My Lord, Manila, Nov. », 1762. rayfclf the Honour fending Lieutenant Colonel Scott, to inform your of the Succefsof his Majedy's Anns in the Conepied Manila, the Surrender of the P
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
S. CORNISH.

S. CORNISH.

There were, in the Town and Citadel, an immenfc Quantity Warlike Stores, and fine Artillery ; but as the Definitive Treaty Peace reftoret them without Ranlom, we Hull not trouble our Readers with particularizing their Numbers and Bore. Our Lofs in Killed and Wounded in the above
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England