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Sth of October 3 ± n to , bC . T r ? ki ' b y ro ' J^ at Moncriefte houj'c, near Perth, The Whole HOUSHOLD FURNITURE coafiftingof table?, chairs, drawers ?? fes, feather. beds, beds, biankcts, carpst, -vo pieces of fine modern tapeftry, ane a complca: cal lee.ion oi Romao and Ita
5 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RIGINAL

RIGINAL

DROPS, T ELECTUARY, n Medicine, and Chemin, of rice in Surgery ; S and SEMINAL WEAKhowever contrafted Alfo for whether recent or of long of full and plain Infiruflions ny Part of the Body, particuous Ulcers in Ano ; Fiaulas, ,übo's, &c. Pains by Day or , Hyfteric and Hypocondria
13 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
We hear the governors of New-York, at TeiTe ; s, Vaillicht.fet's Bay, have prohibited the appearance of all .Fror ei.men

We hear the governors of New-York, at TeiTe ; s, Vaillicht.fet's Bay, have prohibited the appearance of all .Fror ei.men

in the charafter of Prieits, Jefuits, or Millionaries, in the f..iki provinces, or among the Indians in league therewith, on pain of immediate death ; it being pall difpute, that the Indians, upon all occafions, who are under the itifilence of Priefts, are liable to be excited t
20 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SATURDAY, September. 17, Mdc c l k 111.

SATURDAY, September. 17, Mdc c l k 111.

SATURDAY, September. 17, Mdc c k 111. MONDAY'S and POSTS. Arrived the Mails from FiaNouis. trim tht LO TTE. D B_S \ufl iS. THE Ruffians are . a confideraUe Town in Lithuania, they are going to Kiow and • r or an Birlin, (Germany) '*%e /ave been exceffive; but the Harvi , '*«rilul
17 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
of Six TWO Oti>, and VPAPLING STONED COLTS, As t aft« lie *il Set. Durham, fept. t4, n<s. THE FRIENDS

of Six TWO Oti>, and VPAPLING STONED COLTS, As t aft« lie *il Set. Durham, fept. t4, n<s. THE FRIENDS

of the late Mr Richarbsoh, who pleafe io favour me with their Orden, IhaH be exetiited with Honour and ExaAnefs, and gratefully acknowledged, by Their humble Setvanr, ROBERT CLIFTOM. MRJOHN SIMPSON, of South Shields, Surg run, hatring declined Bufineft in Favour of * Btotiier, M
17 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To hr LET immtdiattiy.

To hr LET immtdiattiy.

Either together, or in two feparate Farms, and enteted upon at 'May-day neat, THE VILLAGE or TOWNSHIP, called BvitcttLsr, in the Pariih of Sc Johnley and County of Nottbumbeiland, mtfftly all now in Grafs, and fir either for Grazing or Tillage, where Encouragement will given: It
17 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tt hi SOLD,

Tt hi SOLD,

Tt SOLD, AN Improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called Haining Hali, iiioa’cd in a and healihful Pan of Elfdon Parifh, in ihe County of Nonliuml'eiland. of the ycatly Value of fifty Founds, somlifting of fevcral Clofes of Atable, Meadow, and Paftme Giounds, Tithe free, welt watered and f
17 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
No. 4538.

No. 4538.

10 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STOLEN tr STRAYED, Fiona Mr Ralph Steel’s, the Bull and Poll boy, Newcaftle, the Middle of laft Month, A White

STOLEN tr STRAYED, Fiona Mr Ralph Steel’s, the Bull and Poll boy, Newcaftle, the Middle of laft Month, A White

Wlre-hair’d Greyhound DOG, and the Name of As it —Whoever brings the above Dog to Mt Ralph S:eel, lhall have One Guinea Reward. WHereas the GAME the LORDSHIPS and MANORS Sr.a to n v a 1, Haktifv, and Horton, has been much deftroyed: All Petfons ate defited 10 refrain from huntin
10 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To i* S O LD,

To i* S O LD,

Neat Compact FKE t OLD E ST ATE, Redmatlhall, in the County of Durham, confifling of a very commodious Dwelling-hoofe, Otchatd, two lar.-.e Barus the one of them in the Out- grounds, two Fold-garths walled about, two Beaft houfes fufficient to hold a Number of Cattle, all and in
10 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England