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LONDON, Sept. ic/.

LONDON, Sept. ic/.

Some frefli Difputes have arifert between our Mini- ftry and Prance, in regard to fome of fhe Articles' of Peace, upon which two Cabinet Councils have been held, buc we hear of no Determination as yet made therein. Saturday Morning Sir William Burnaby, Rear- Admiral ofthe Red, f
16 September 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
er in Peterhead.

er in Peterhead.

AS Mr. WILLIAM MURRAY has this Day opened School in the Exchequer Row, in the new Hou/e latch huilt john Taylor Advocate He propofes to teach Engltpj after the new Method, andlVriting and Arithmetick. Such as Are plea fed to farjour him with their Encouragement, may depend upon
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the Printer of the Public Ledger.

To the Printer of the Public Ledger.

SI X, IN your paper of Wednefday Jaft, I faw a letter ligned Julius, vindicating the behaviour of Mr. Wilkes, in relation to the challenge given bim at Paris by Capt. Forbes. Far be it from me, to let up as an advocate for duelling, or to undertake the de-fence of any action rep
19 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
7* 0 BE SOLD,

7* 0 BE SOLD,

7* BE SOLD, A Freehold Houfe, in Blue Boar Lane, to the Parirti of All Saints, the City of Oxford j now lett to Mr. Hardaway, 61. Year, and in good Repair. For farther Particulars empiire of Mr. Charles Taylor, Attorney in Oxford.
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, SEpt. 10.

LONDON, SEpt. 10.

A Gentleman arrived from the Welt Indiet, faya, that fincc the Peace, our Northern Colonies find their Account much more in trading to the French and Spanifli lllandi. than either Barbadoct,•Jamaica, or any of the Leeward lllands ; their Returns are made in good, hard Dollars, b
17 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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bt LE T, Between this and the toth Oftobct and enteted atWhitfiin* tide next, ot aNutnbrt nf Yem as can be agreed on, TH large SHEEP FA RM, of Glendinnmg, ex'ending to upwards 5000 Hnglifti Actes, lying in the Bart h of Weftetkitk Lotdlhip of tskdale. and Shite of Dumfries, belon
17 September 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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20 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
?? . jl EDINBURGH' Printed for and by Walter Ruddim*n, John Richardson and CoMP^ and foldat their ?? in the

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Parliament-clofe 5 where Advertifemem and Subfiriptwis ixz taKer.
21 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fcr the Benfit of Mr. JOSEPH GIBBS, Organift. A T^the Assembly-Room in Ipswich, on Thußsda* the izd of this tnftant

Fcr the Benfit of Mr. JOSEPH GIBBS, Organift. A T^the Assembly-Room in Ipswich, on Thußsda* the izd of this tnftant

Sebtember, will be A CONCERT of Mv sick, With Singing by Mdbr Brumning, . And a BAL L. . x* N V?LI T|CK£TS P«y he had at Mrs. Doc'.d's Coffee- Hoiife, or oE Mr. Gihbs, at as. 6 d. each. Beginiring at Six o'Cicck. OECCLES Fourth SUBSCRIPTION- AS&gMßLY~w?fte atthe White Lioti.lNN.
17 September 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
AUGUST *sl 176}

AUGUST *sl 176}

AUGUST * sl 176} T ‘Thomas Evans, of Lower Middle* ton Cherry, having f.ii<l loin* Things reflefling on the Character and Credit of Mr. Samuel Thorp, Mercer, Banbury, in the County of Oxford, hereby his Kequcll, in this public Manner alk Pardon for the fame and declare that I bel
17 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England