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Joseph Sellman, Clothier,

Joseph Sellman, Clothier,

OfftJtK the Blantrl-halt, Witney, OxfcrtlJhire, 'T'AKES this Method of inform - * ing his Friends and Cullumers, That he' has a large Quantity of all Sorts Naps, Duffels, Bcurfltins, and Fo'.vKvejiheis ; Tilts for Waggons and Barges, Wcbnill forCollarmalrers, Flocks, kc. where a
3 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
emcnw. OXFORD, September i ft, 1763. CTHE Vinerian I'refejfor gives this publick NoUce (purfucnt It itt Unhierfity- Stalule) that, for

emcnw. OXFORD, September i ft, 1763. CTHE Vinerian I'refejfor gives this publick NoUce (purfucnt It itt Unhierfity- Stalule) that, for

the Year enfuimf, to read at uj'hul bit Courfr of Leflurei on the Laws England; beginning on the mb of Oflober next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Morning.
3 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, September 17.

OXFORD, September 17.

The Report* in the Tucfday’s Papers, of kii Majefty and the Queen intending to vifit du* Univerfity in about a Fortnight, appear* to premature; have not heard of any Preparations being made for the Rc, ception of their Majeftie*, either by the Univerfity, or at Lord Harcoiut’s S
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Wants a Place,

Wants a Place,

A Perfon well qualified either for a Butler or a Coachman, and who ha* lived near fix Yean in his lad Place, from whence be can fufficienlly recommended. Hi has had the Small Pox, can bring an undcniabll Char after both for his Skill as a Driver, and in every other Particular; a
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WILLIAM HEATH.

WILLIAM HEATH.

ti. B. He I* thin Lad, about five Feet five high, with curled black Hair, and (baa* what pitted with the Small-Pox, \XfHcrras Bartholomew Tooly, Apprentice to Edward Mill*, Baker, Btvfonl, Oxtoidlhire, eloped from hit laid Malter** Service, about a Month ago, without any juft 'i
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

AEreehoi.d Estate fituatc at Lyford, near Kingfton Inn, Buks; Confifting of Capital MefSiage Manfion-Houle, with Dairy-houfe, Brcw-lioule, Pigcon-houle, Stables, and other convenient Outhoufcs ami Buildings: Four Orchards, tvo Gardens, and feven Cfolcs, or Grounds rich Meadow an
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Fine Englifli Made Wines, Clean, ftrong, bright, and dry. Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer, In OXFO R D. Are Sold

Fine Englifli Made Wines, Clean, ftrong, bright, and dry. Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer, In OXFO R D. Are Sold

at s. 6d. per Gallon; By the cheaper. Likewife Fine Orange and Elder Wines, At Three Shillings and Sixpence Gallon.
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Cue«Dap’iE( AMER I A Letterfrom IVtlliatnJburgh in Firgiula, July J. xptefs arrived laft Night 'itt-V' * tom Winoheftor, with a

Cue«Dap’iE( AMER I A Letterfrom IVtlliatnJburgh in Firgiula, July J. xptefs arrived laft Night 'itt-V' * tom Winoheftor, with a

Letter to the Governor dajA* A ted the 11th Inftant, giving . an Account that ail the luhabitants of Tlampfnirc, in- SL-Sl SuAt tluiidated fomc Cculking Parties Indians, who have murdered fevcral Families thereabouts, had left their Houfes and Plantations, and taken Refuge in th
3 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be S O I, D,

To be S O I, D,

To be S I, D, Lying at tt'afptnham, in Sarthamptcnjhire , Freehold MESSUAGE, with Barns, Stables, and all-other Comenkuccs, good Repair ; and alto /6o Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Failure-Ground, Statute Mtxfure, all Tythe-free j lett at the yearly Kent of 1, Mr. Pitthatu, in who
3 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
animofity.'.From the

animofity.'.From the

animofity.' From the I Need not mention with what art and fallacy feveral of Saturday's papers have mifreprefented the fubfequcnt tranfac.ion ; that will be beft feen by the reprefentation of it which follows. During the life of Lord B 1, that nobleman, Lord ,T. X ' , Mr ?? lle '
20 September 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England