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C. Foreign News.

C. Foreign News.

I. Lifbon, Augnft 22, Sir Harry Frankland, the Conful General ard his Lady, Jailed. the orjt, in the Haaovcr packet fcr Errand. Lcnd.Qaz, •! »••.,.» z. Hamburgh, Sept. t. What has been publimed in fome cf the Dutch Gcz;ttes, relative ,-to the Bankruptcies faid to have happened h
17 September 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
~. „ COLCHESTER, Sept. ,4.

~. „ COLCHESTER, Sept. ,4.

imw September 8, was married Mr. Thoaraa BoooU an eminent Bay-maker, ?? Hdls, Daughter otZ SHS Hills, a car.fiderable Manufacturer. ■ *»• Mipaael On Friday the o/h died G.Rociaine EKwoeili r*,i* r» Lieutenant General Gecrge Howard. * ' tor n*" uI «« ,J b y
17 September 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To Sold by AUCTION, By Mr. LANGFORD.' MtnJay tit of OStbtr mxt, lit Crnuit ThtJIU In*, at AhingJon, in lit

To Sold by AUCTION, By Mr. LANGFORD.' MtnJay tit of OStbtr mxt, lit Crnuit ThtJIU In*, at AhingJon, in lit

County of Btrh, m Vdio dtfiinSl Loti, htgiptimg at Twelve Freehold ESTATE, fituatc at LYFORD, ntu KINGSTON INN, in the County .farefaii conCAinf of and fubAantial Mcfluagr, with Coach-honfcj, Siablct, Brewhoufc, Dairy, Uuve-cote, Bunt, and feveral other con*eni«nt Out-houfer and
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BE SOLD, 'T'HREE Freehold Meadows, in the Parilh Culnhain, in tli* County of Oxford, lying on the River Ifia, between

BE SOLD, 'T'HREE Freehold Meadows, in the Parilh Culnhain, in tli* County of Oxford, lying on the River Ifia, between

Abingdon and Dorchcller; being Part of the Meadow! known by the Name of die Otm ys, of the yearly Value of 48/. cxclufive the Wood, For farther Particulars enquim of Mr. John Greenwood, an Attorney at Law, at Benrick near Bcnfon, Oxford (hire; or of Mr. John Cater, at Caflington
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
E COURANT.

E COURANT.

T, Pilgrim Jireety Newcastle upon Tyne. Mfore a third, where alfo it wa* pretended to have given Sariafaftioo at flirt; but Fear or other Motive afterward* prevailing, Exception* weae foon made it, and fhe whole Plan length laid alide, in the Manner which the Public have had the
17 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 17

LONDON, Sept. 17

The lad Letters from Vienna advife, that the Court had* ccntly received an Rzprcfs from Conilaniinopl- with which occafioncd the holding of Council, which fit Hoors. It was remarked, that a lew Days after, [jm* ncers fet out for Hungary. ?'• It is repotted, that Honorable Gentle
20 September 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Leu, and ntet’d upon immediately New well built Mefluage or Dwelling ,r id* _ Dye-Hcule, P,cf. Hoi, ~J Kill

A Leu, and ntet’d upon immediately New well built Mefluage or Dwelling ,r id* _ Dye-Hcule, P,cf. Hoi, ~J Kill

h‘ " “o' lyfitnatcdm OnrjL.tk, in the Countv of V nt be Sold, either be ufc.l on the f»id ? f cm\(es ■'. 13 the Looms, Reeds, Varnifh, Warping Mi!!* i'" PrelTes, Wool Combi, and all other Materials \*t neceffaty for carrying on the Worlftd BuftncF and gethcr with ail Sorts of Dy
20 September 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To SOLD, THE Capital Mtftbagc and Manor Houfe BnJJ:all, fifOtte in the Parifh Miticu, in Craven, in the Weft of

To SOLD, THE Capital Mtftbagc and Manor Houfe BnJJ:all, fifOtte in the Parifh Miticu, in Craven, in the Weft of

the County of Hork, with the Demtfnc Lands, and Appurtenances thereof; tlfo the Water Corn Mil!. Treat Tithes, and fevcral Farms, and Tenements. * arifmg, and being within the Paid Manor, now Lett clear Yearly Rent of 2171. ss. exclufivc of the Manor 11-ufc, Mill, Tithes, and Pa
20 September 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Political

Political

Squibs. IT is reported, that a certain Great Commoner has determined to reiign his Pemftin before the next meeting of Parliament being apprcheniive that his icrupulous regard to the principle of gratitude may byafs him too much (in that afi'cnibl)} in fay, ur 0' his benefaftor.
20 September 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
London September 13.

London September 13.

It is again ftronger reported at the St. James's Ei.d of the Town, that their Majefties will vifit the Univerfity of Oxford in about a Fortnight's Time; and that great Preparations are making at Lord Harcourf's at Newnhain for their Reception, their Majeftics intending to jUay t
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England