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Saturdays and Sundays Pods. From the Evening-Posts, and Daii.y Papers May 7, LONDON, May 12. To the Letter from John

Saturdays and Sundays Pods. From the Evening-Posts, and Daii.y Papers May 7, LONDON, May 12. To the Letter from John

Wilkes, Elq; Member of Parliament, to the Secretaries State, demanding the Stolen Cooks to be rcllorcd to him forthwith, the following Aolwer was returned. 7. * 763. S I R, IN Anfwcr to your Letter of Yefterday, in which you take upon you make ufc of the indecent and fcurnlous E
17 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
fortune helps IKIiM STATE LOTTERY. 1763. Ticket,. *nd Shares of Tickets, are Sold by BrrrJ next Door to the Audi

fortune helps IKIiM STATE LOTTERY. 1763. Ticket,. *nd Shares of Tickets, are Sold by BrrrJ next Door to the Audi

ton Rum, in M anthtjler. A Sixty-fourth A Thirty fecond A Sixteenth Eighth A Fourth Ao Half The Purchafcrs Blanks and Prizes. Io o 0 1 / t. 5 9 •7 ‘5 10 d. o 6 6 o I tvhic V *,» 1 way c gained of Shares are intitled to their Share of Blanks and Prizes hearing four per Cent, per
17 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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• From LLOYD'S British Chronicls, May 9. LONDON, May 9. IT is faid that fome rich Prefents are come over from Portugal for a great Perlbnage, in Return for the immediate Afliftance granted to that Kingdom. On Saturday laft Mr. W. applied to feveral Juftices of the Peace, and dem
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, May 10.

LONDON, May 10.

We hear the Merchants of London will addrefs the King on the Peace. This Day a Motion was made in the Court of Al- dermen to addrefs the King on the Peace, and after fome Debate it was agreed to. . We hear that Lord Defpenfer is appointed Lord Lieutenant and Cuftos Rotulorum of
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, &c May j. LONDON, May j, ?? Y.ESTERDAY Morning John Wilkes, Efq; was brought from the Tower up to the Bar of the Court of Common Fleas, Weftminfter, where (as foon as the Court was featedj he made the .fol- lowing Speech : M
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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3Wertifemeitto< WANTED IMMEDIATELY, To look after the POOR in St. Peter's Parijb Work-H.-ufe in DERBT; A Sober honeft Man, that

3Wertifemeitto< WANTED IMMEDIATELY, To look after the POOR in St. Peter's Parijb Work-H.-ufe in DERBT; A Sober honeft Man, that

can Write and Accompt tolerable we.l: Such a one that this will fuit, may apply to Mr. Marshall Killer, and Mr. Joseph Saxon, Over- ?? ofthe faid Parifh, who Will treat with him about the fame. ■ — Co be i(£CC. \." At BURTON upon Trent, Staffiordlhire ; A LARGE handfome HOUSE, S
6 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ZLLtGENCE EXT K V It having been pofiltivcly afi’erted that the V.'arrant under which Mr. Wilkes was apprehended (though his

ZLLtGENCE EXT K V It having been pofiltivcly afi’erted that the V.'arrant under which Mr. Wilkes was apprehended (though his

Name was net inlertcd therein) was, rnutalis the fame has always regularly itiitcJ from the Secretary States Office; and its Legality haring in great Mcafurc been relied upon its being a Cam,on an,! uncontcfied Precedent-, the whole of this Afl'crtion is attempted confuted, prod
28 May 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
O X F O R D, May zi.

O X F O R D, May zi.

O X F R D, May zi. On Tuefday laft died in the Square Bath, in the 75 th Year her Age, Lady Mufgrave, Rclift of the late S r Chriftophcr Mnigrave, and Mother to Sir Philip Mnlgrave, Bart of Kcmpton-Park, in Middlcfex; to whom, her Death, very conliderablc Jointuie defeends. We ha
28 May 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
May l-th, 176}. STOLEN or STRAYED, OU T of the Grounds of John Pruce, in the Parifli Witney, Bayidi Chefnut

May l-th, 176}. STOLEN or STRAYED, OU T of the Grounds of John Pruce, in the Parifli Witney, Bayidi Chefnut

MARK.; better than fourteen Hands hiirh, with White Heels behind, is a little feratch Heel’d, and has a Spavin coming on the Near Hind Leg. Whoever takes her up, gives Notice of her the faid Jthn Drucc, as (he mav liad again, (hall well fatisfied for llicir Trouble, all Charges.
28 May 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NOVICE is berth '"THAT theTv.cmicth *■ Day Ji'.uc will* .1 i-c rmfiecs for npirir.g Kelt!* lra<im‘g 1 SVo&tJtoek through to

NOVICE is berth '"THAT theTv.cmicth *■ Day Ji'.uc will* .1 i-c rmfiecs for npirir.g Kelt!* lra<im‘g 1 SVo&tJtoek through to

/• /■<»»#« -.mJ lii ■ 'ti- f. hh. dingtcit sfoftl'rtid, in <ltf Ccfitty • • O\lor/,' r the »n 1 Csftlf, known fcf N»»ic Killingwoith I sitie, in ti. T.iil i \V„otton ; whi. Mrtli.'ig the Tiu.lus inteuJ to lett the fcvti-al Toll C.ttcs. •J 110. IiULITY, iittriiiSkt Mcfl’. Carr an
28 May 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England