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To be Sold by Auction. Thorfday the 6fb Day of Oftober next, in tie After noon, at the Houje tf

To be Sold by Auction. Thorfday the 6fb Day of Oftober next, in tie After noon, at the Houje tf

Mr. Marriott, Innholder in Rochdale, in the County of Lancailer, according to Articles then produced, A Capital Mefl'uage and enement, called Turmugb, fituate in Lutterworth, in the Parifh of Rockdale, confilt»n» of good Dwelling Houfe with two Barns and other and 40 Acres more
20 September 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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was unanintoufly approved of for that employment; and was . lgrows. this day fworn in accordingly. The commander of our na''bilituteo val armament is removed, to he oaz or ,'car Govetaroa's prin.. penfion cipal secretaries ; and a noble ear!, who lately commanded a - pled from t
20 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
be Loin to the higheft 15iDoet, H, /loofa of Gecoge Aided= J:keeper, at 4, 111.in-Liln, Rothio, tic Tzurn:y-Seeond day of

be Loin to the higheft 15iDoet, H, /loofa of Gecoge Aided= J:keeper, at 4, 111.in-Liln, Rothio, tic Tzurn:y-Seeond day of

Sven rr, 6 3 be , e,:n the tf and Fivx in she Afternoon, AN Eftate of Inheritance called Trewyn, lthe PariOi of Llanlidan, and county of Denbigh, confifting of a hibehntial Farm Houle and Outbuildings in !ailing Repair, with Parcels of good and imp roveable able Land, Arable, Me
20 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
London September. 8.

London September. 8.

We hear that the following Noblemen will Tomorrow kifs his Majefty's Hand for the following high Employments. The Duke of Leeds, on his being appointed Prefident of the Council. The Earl of Sandwich, Secretary of State for the Northern Department. The Earl of Halifax Secretary f
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON G A TE, Sept. 13• Arrived a Mat! frtm Holland. Lijbm, 22. I Harry Frankland, the Conful Ge nera!, and his Lady failed the 9th, in the A HanoverPacact, for England. $ M jBk Yeflerday, being his Highnefs the G’j Prince of Beita’s Birth-day, who en y* w ters into th
20 September 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
infeription.Here lies the Right Honouiablc.EDWARD BOSCAWEN,

infeription.Here lies the Right Honouiablc.EDWARD BOSCAWEN,

infeription Here lies the Right Honouiablc EDWARD BOSCAWEN, Admiral of the Elue, Genera! of Marines, Lord of the Admiralty, and ore of his Majefly's moft Hon. Privy Council. His birth, tho' noble, H'i6 titles, tho' illultrious. Were but incidental additions to his greatnefs.
20 September 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

St. Kith, July z;., Laft Thurfday. arrived here eleven Tranfporrs with the Troops from' Martinico on board, and failed again the z jd for Jamaica. We have great Work here about Wilkes's Committal to the Tower. The greateft Taafts are Pitt, Wilkes; and Liberty, &c. and he that re
16 September 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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