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Co be *Mb to the beft 113ibtiet of , p Z Monday the 23 1 Day May, 1763, de Sides

Co be *Mb to the beft 113ibtiet of , p Z Monday the 23 1 Day May, 1763, de Sides

Pt - rd, in t he Camay Citfler, betwixt tie of f Two and Fear in THE Fee-Simple and Inheritance of a Meffuage and Lands, tuate in Wharton, near Winsford alowfoid, of the yearly Value of 301. The l'ernnt, Thomas Evans will thew the Premifcs and further Information nay be had from
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To ihe King's Moll Excellent Majejly,

To ihe King's Moll Excellent Majejly,

The humble petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, end Commons of tke city of London, in Common* council affembled. Mcfi humbly Jheweth, " THAT your petitioners are fully convinced, that the collecting the duties intended to be laid on the makers of cyder and perry, by way of exci
27 April 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Spamjh-Officers of Bote, Prifoners of War.

Spamjh-Officers of Bote, Prifoners of War.

Spamjh- Officers of Bote, Prifoners of War. Don Felix de Eguiluz, Lieut. General of Artillery. The Marquis of Villa Mediaoa, Brig. Gen. and Colo- nel of the King's Regiment. Don Miguel Valdes, Lieut. Col. and Commandant of the fecond Battalion of ditto. Don Jofeph de Rkrte, Lieut
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LEEDES RACK S.

LEEDES RACK S.

To be run J'or on Chapel-Tic wn Aloor, near Lecdef, ON W b. i . NESD A V the 25th ol May next, FIFTY POUNDS in Specie, by Horfts, __c. no moie than Four Years old, to carry 8 It. 1 1 Ib. and the Fillies 8 11. 8 lb. Bridle and Saddle included ; and no Horft than has won a 50 !. P
26 April 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SJackfon's OXFORD Journal, SATURDAY, 23, 1763. Numb. 521. ‘This Journal, though fullijhed on Saturday Morning, will always content the v'-i}

SJackfon's OXFORD Journal, SATURDAY, 23, 1763. Numb. 521. ‘This Journal, though fullijhed on Saturday Morning, will always content the v'-i}

mat etui: Articles of Intelligence infirted in other Country Papers the Monday following.
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON. The Parliament Hands prorogued to the 23d Day of June next. The Thanks of the Houfe of Commons has

LONDON. The Parliament Hands prorogued to the 23d Day of June next. The Thanks of the Houfe of Commons has

Spaip, *>i ample Manner as are confi 1 iiUc.l the rnhabitanls of Manila, and Ifland Lnconia. All the Governors and Military lliall be allowed the Honours cl War, but give their Parole, the Oflaceis have done Manila and Cavite, not lo ferve or take Arm; .his Britannick Majtlly. ab
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
\milcr the Conunand the C.'i>i:iir.s Co;l.iii, Pitchfoi J, end Ouay. J'hc jilt, three emitd Kants el- i Galley coming u;>

\milcr the Conunand the C.'i>i:iir.s Co;l.iii, Pitchfoi J, end Ouay. J'hc jilt, three emitd Kants el- i Galley coming u;>

the Bay t» Manila; they came ti)i with hci, icfolmely hei, and. took notwithftanding die »•',» liturl toe with Mulkeis, dc. Better, fomid in !.a, dUcovcred (lie wan diljutcacd from the Gai Icon St. I’hillipina, fiotn Acajmteo, and whom (lie had left the loth of Sq'tcmba at Cajay
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Day clofcd uw Sail, and Hand to the North' ward; *1 Eight in the Evening he got Sight of the

Day clofcd uw Sail, and Hand to the North' ward; *1 Eight in the Evening he got Sight of the

Chart, about two League* to Lteward, bat unluckily the Rapidity of Counter Current, to what the Chac« was in, was drove among the Narango't in the ulmoft Danger being 1011, and obliged to Anchor; the Frigate having cltaped the Danger, got with the Chace, and engaged her near two
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Texts on the fame Subject, but thofe already mentioned will be fufficienttoconvincetheeof thy Prefuinption. In facred Worjbip the Gc Jof

Texts on the fame Subject, but thofe already mentioned will be fufficienttoconvincetheeof thy Prefuinption. In facred Worjbip the Gc Jof

Day, Siveetejl Pet James in every Age dijplay; In ancient Temples fioiu" d the grateful Scott, And modern Aliars where the Knees eve bent, " Milton, in his Paradile Loft, mentions, the. when the Arch Fiend entered Paradile filled with Defpair and Rage Man's Happinefs, he found g
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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25 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland