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BRISTOL BRIDGE OFFICE.

BRISTOL BRIDGE OFFICE.

Corn-Street, March t+th, 176%. JLL Perfons who are inclined '• untirrluh the BmLliw tkt BriJge at Brftnl, mat, applying Thomas Stmtm, Clerk .* the Truftees, at Time after the Fcurit Dat f April next, fmmjhed ivitb Blank Propofols which they are to fill tip, jig si, ami Jcßvrr, J
21 May 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T» bt SOLD, to thi btft Biddtr,

T» bt SOLD, to thi btft Biddtr,

Ar the HooCe of Mr William Parker, »he Turk’* Head, in New* cattle upon Tyne, on Monday the Cxth Day of June neat, H Two o’clock in the Afternoon', THE feveral FREEHOLD TENEMENTS, at Newcaftle, and COPYHOLD LANDS and TENEMENTS, at Kyton, in the County of Durham, in ihe Lois foll
28 May 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
On tht Firfl'tjf June ntxt will be fublipud.

On tht Firfl'tjf June ntxt will be fublipud.

tht Firfl'tjf June ntxt will be fublipud. By J. yn at ibe FeAtherr, in Faict nuftei-iow, London, and lold all Bookfetlcii and Newa-canieis, in Gteat Biitaia, In neat Pocket Size, illuftiated aitb nine Coppet-plaic*. The FIRST VOLUME of MEW WORK, intiiled THE bEAUriES of NATURE an
28 May 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Manchejler, May , ,-g WHEREAS about two Years ago, three Pieces 0 WJ* len Cloth commonly called Plains, were brought

Manchejler, May , ,-g WHEREAS about two Years ago, three Pieces 0 WJ* len Cloth commonly called Plains, were brought

to a' certain Workfhop in this Town, in order to be finifhed ard made ready for Sale, and which have not been called for firce • and from fomc particular Circumftances, it imaoir J fame were not honcftly come by. ' ‘Therefore Notice is hereby given, That if the Owner or Owners o
17 May 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICA

AMERICA

Havannah, Ftb. 22. Major General Keppel is extremely attentive to the welfare of the troops, and by the relugations he has eftablifhed in the Police of this place, nothing appears now among the Spaniards of that tendency to tumult and riot which began to prevail amongft them. —
10 May 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
his brother cflabllfhcd colony in Ireland. 14. At his (cat in Wihfhire, Dr George In. gram, Vifcount Irwin, and a

his brother cflabllfhcd colony in Ireland. 14. At his (cat in Wihfhire, Dr George In. gram, Vifcount Irwin, and a

p'ebend of" St Peters, Weftminfter. By his death without ifliie, the title and a large defcend his nephew Charles Ingram, Efq; if. At Traquair, Mifs Catharine Maxwell, fitter to Sir William Maxwell of Springkell. At livine, Capt. Laurence Nugent, cofltdtor the cutloms that p ate
2 May 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WHEREAS on Monday the nth of April, JANE the Wife WILLIAM HEATH, of Wtute trie County of Wilts, eloped from

WHEREAS on Monday the nth of April, JANE the Wife WILLIAM HEATH, of Wtute trie County of Wilts, eloped from

him without any Provocation : This is forewarn all Perfons not trtut her on ir.v Account, fjr any Debts (he fliall contract fliall not be paid () WILLIAM HEATH* Notice, rHAT on Wednefday in Wftitlun Week, the famous BULL, from TrowbridJf will be baited at the Wnite Hart at The O
16 May 1763 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES.

ON VVednefilay the nth inftant, the circuitcourt fat down at Invernefs, lords Strichen and Alemoor judges. That day the court opened with the trial of John MacEan Bain Kennedy, tenant in Clunic, on the forfeited eftate of LocbieLindift- cd for ftealing cattle and the jury having
23 May 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABER D E E N JOURNAL, i7<s 3;

The ABER D E E N JOURNAL, i7<s 3;

The ABER E E N JOURNAL, 3 7. A fqukdron orfhips of War is getting ready for the Meditiffoanean, with the feveral officers appointed to command in the of Minorca, and with theiquadron'many tranfpofts will fail,laden, with great quantities of warlike ftores and provifi ons but we n
9 May 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BANKRUPTS,

BANKRUPTS,

'Jofeph Hinchcliff, late of Sheffield, in Yoi'kfhire, Innkeeper. ■ To appear May 20, 31, ?? 28, : at Guildhall. John Dayidfon, -of Cannon-llr-if , London, Merchant* and la- | fiir_nce Broker. To appear June 4, 10, and 2.8, at Guildhall. Charles Moore arid Thofrias Smith, of Lond
20 May 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England