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MI SC E.LDAN.E OUS ARTICLES. WnitEHALL Evening-Post, Jpril 14. THE king df Denmark has fold his plantations of Santa-Cfuz, as

MI SC E.LDAN.E OUS ARTICLES. WnitEHALL Evening-Post, Jpril 14. THE king df Denmark has fold his plantations of Santa-Cfuz, as

well as the royal fugar refinery at.Chriftiatjlhatin, to the Baron de Schinielmann, for the fum of 400,000 crowns. 2. We learn from Paris, that the duke de Praflin had fignified to M. de BerkenroJe, the Dutch ambaflador, tbaf, in confequetice of certain meafutes taken with the c
25 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Extem P° re fiver at other Simplon mS> Hervey. hL ' htS ' Man " CrVCS hIS |' ' S

Extem P° re fiver at other Simplon mS> Hervey. hL ' htS ' Man " CrVCS hIS |' ' S

Country's FoesaltVm UBh, y n !° m °re dittant Skies ; th Throne, n » l a 'ound it flione. KSftV tCU MB£,HE R VEV, tIIUS O* • d Une ual F 'g ht n r '\ n more great, y aai t ex P their Fate. v'tl *» vr ith Virtue join'd ! 1 o,m iheirMind. W 0, e fat E ; Land encreafe ll >ev S *aio
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Freni.h and John Elroft, of the i Ihalers in Maack, being dill:lced Agreement any el 14$tch !aft raft: All Perfons

Freni.h and John Elroft, of the i Ihalers in Maack, being dill:lced Agreement any el 14$tch !aft raft: All Perfons

who Ease any Demands upon the Ilia Pa:tiler:hit , Account, arc &fired to fend in their Bina to Mr. Edward Platt in Chei.er, that the fame may be adjulkd and paid by him. And all l'afon, who arc indebted to the laid Part=Ain Account, are defied to r ay aforefaid Edward Platt. • •
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
An extra& from an affidavit (worn by Mr. John 'l' home, Utley, before gi and Lewis,. LA; witneffed by Hez

An extra& from an affidavit (worn by Mr. John 'l' home, Utley, before gi and Lewis,. LA; witneffed by Hez

, kiah Carter. 4 y 2 Fourteen years ago, he was trou-431ed with a firaitnefi in his brealt, in violent a degree, that in taking his breath, he feerned with great difficulty to ftruggle for life ; and his application to perfons eminent in phytic, proved ineffeaual: that then he w
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
tro be to tb Monday the 13d Day of May, 176 rd, the aunty Chtpr, tie THE Fee-Simple and Inheritance

tro be to tb Monday the 13d Day of May, 176 rd, the aunty Chtpr, tie THE Fee-Simple and Inheritance

c Wharton, near Winsford aforefaic ?runt ' Thomas Evans will (hew the may be had from John Parrot in Middle - -10 MAS BOWED
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THURSDAY FR4DAY’s POSTS. f,«M rht LON oo A ETT E. Westminster,' Jfril \9- THIS Day his Majefly went the Houfe

THURSDAY FR4DAY’s POSTS. f,«M rht LON oo A ETT E. Westminster,' Jfril \9- THIS Day his Majefly went the Houfe

of Peen, sod gave the Royal Aflent to the follow.ng Bills.— Bill for better itnproviog the Revenue* of the Cultoms, and preventing Smuggling —The Bill to amend two A£l« made in the Reign of hi* late Majclly, to encourage making Indigo the Plantation*.—The Bill to explain and ame
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD, At the Ho’jJe cf Thomas Gorton, Fkrifl, in Broom-hoofelanc, near Ecclcs, ACollc&ion of curious Flowers, viz. Auriculas,

To be SOLD, At the Ho’jJe cf Thomas Gorton, Fkrifl, in Broom-hoofelanc, near Ecclcs, ACollc&ion of curious Flowers, viz. Auriculas,

120 deferent Sorts, the bell in England and Holland, thirty of which Sorts hive never been upon publick Sale, nor at alower Price than Guinea per Plant A'.fo 400 curious Sorts of Tulips, 42 of which grow by Number, and as many without, no old Sort among the whole; of Polyanthos,
26 April 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The London Gazette continued from our laft.

The London Gazette continued from our laft.

WHITEHALL, April 19, 'A Journal of the Proceedings of His Majefiy h s Forces on tbe Expedition againfi Manila. SHE ?? allotted for this enter- prize were the 79th regiment, and Gentlemen at Madrafs, confided poys, a company of Caffrees, one of Topazes, and one. of Pioneers; to w
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L ON D ON, April it.

L ON D ON, April it.

Vefterday there was a grand Council at St. James's* after which there was a very great Levee, at whicli was prefent Lord George Sackville. j : Tuefday the Right Hon. Henry Fox took his Seat [n the Houfe of Peers, as Lord Holland. It if, remarkable, that if Lady Holland dies befo
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From tbe LONDON GAZETTE, April 23.

From tbe LONDON GAZETTE, April 23.

the Court at St. James's, the 20th Day of April, 1763. PRESENT, The KING'S moft Excellent Majefly in Council. HIS Majefty in Council was this Day pleafed to declare the Right Honourable Hugh Earl of Northumberland, Lieutenant-General, and General Governor of His Ma jetty's Kingd
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England