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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
 
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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
 
To be LETT,

To be LETT,

On Ltafr, if requinJ, at BUtfttr, OxforJJhire HOU S E, late in the PoiTef* * lion of Mr'. Smalhone, tlcccafcJ, fitualetl very near the Ch irch, and very fit for a private Family! confiding of a Hall, Kitchen, and two Parlours the Ground Floor, with very good Cellars, five Bcd-ch
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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‘lhis is to give NOTICE,

‘lhis is to give NOTICE,

npHAT the Truftees of the Road * leading from Kidlington to Addeibiipr in the Countv of Oxford, borrow Three Thoufand' PomuU, Four tier Cent, in Sixty Shares vix. Fifty Pound* ( Share, upon the Security of the Tolls the Turnpike Gates on the .ia the Tolls of which Gates now let
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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.-i ■ K- <:< I’l.”, : itmablc» MftKijr,. and conflant a of the Expedition, yood lUPnSfe. The iJclVI* to tbc tmnbft meat. the Citadel an 4 the Company; his pn»- t hett of infinite Utility Oorrf, treat Spirit strutted with ■'* il all,** AfUtenee , good, •f meat Service, and the lo
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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To fa S O LD,

fa S O LD, At FENMTHV'Ib C(/m«.kr tA«n>, qod PHA I S E,. iririi Lamps «fl4 Spiing Cifnatns, »a 4 many «ther PtMicidan, ta i* Cfavcaifnf to Travel l«r*| arKh Har. 'KM nef» for m»o Sec of near Wheels, |*lUr»»( w hi C have been very little nfed, anA ate fnitvbly ftrobg lor this Coun
23 April 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Proposai,s mttileto their Rxeellmrics hußriuvtnick MajeJly'j Commcmittn in Chug ly Sett hit Excellency the Arcbhijmp. Ccpt, General of the Philippine

Proposai,s mttileto their Rxeellmrics hußriuvtnick MajeJly'j Commcmittn in Chug ly Sett hit Excellency the Arcbhijmp. Ccpt, General of the Philippine

ljUxmls, the Royal Auebenee, lie City and Commerce Manila. Article I. Tlut their Effi-fts ami fli ill fccured to them, under the liis Britannick Majefty, with the fame Liberty they have heretofore enjoyed. GranleA. If. That the Catholick, Apoftolßkand Roman Religion, be maintain
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
APRIL jth, 1763.

APRIL jth, 1763.

ALL Pcrfons who have any De- mauds on John Medley, of the City of Hereford, Mercer, arc forthwith to fend Account thereof to Mr. William Chinn, Ironmonger, or Mr. William Bird, in Hereford, (to whom the Stock and Effcfls of the John Medley are aifigned, for the Benefit of his Cr
23 April 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England