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FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

LONDON GAZETTE, Otir. 29. Lijbon, Have the farisfachon to aquaint your OElober 2. lord{hip, that his royal highncfs the duke of York arrived here in perfc£l healthi on Monday the 3d inft. in his Majefty’s fhip the Centurion. His royal hiehncfs is plcafed to make life of the titl
7 November 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ByADJOUR N M E N T.

ByADJOUR N M E N T.

THAT one whole Nets Salmond Fijhing of the Raick and Stells upon the River of Dee belonging to the Earl of Aberdeen,'wit h the Proportion of the Sea Salmonfijhing, and other Privileges belonging thereto, is to be fet in Tack, by publick Roup, for any Number of Years, not exceedi
7 November 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

ADVERTISEMENTS THdi ihe Park the Siotkethead, belonging to James Allardyce, and the deceafed Walter Rofs late Mer -chant in Aberdeen, containing about eight Scots Acres, and dying about Mils from Aberdeen, is to he fet in Tack for ■Three Years, by publick Roup, (on fuffscient Se
21 November 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The KING's answer.

The KING's answer.

Lords, hearty aflurances of your loyalty and affection are truly acceptable me and I receive with particular l'atisfadion, your- congratulations upon the birth of my fecond fon. Your concurrence with me, purfuing the eftential o'je«2s of our national attention, under the prefent
7 November 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Thit Day if publijhcd, in Oflavo, Price i/. JlluJlratfil •with Print cf the nr-.v-mvente.l SCYTHES, for mowing WHEAT. Numhei 11.

Thit Day if publijhcd, in Oflavo, Price i/. JlluJlratfil •with Print cf the nr-.v-mvente.l SCYTHES, for mowing WHEAT. Numhei 11.

of a WORK entitled, Mufeum Rufticum ct Commercialc: Select Papers, on Agriculture, Commerce, Arts, and Majiufa6lurcs; Drawn from Experience, and communicated try Gentlemen engaged in Purfuits. Jddrrjr.it tht Rigtr Hen. the PreJUrnt Pict-Pre/iilenti of the Nfsitfc/y/oe the En.ear
5 November 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
o. 'Count ry New s.

o. 'Count ry New s.

o. 'Count ry Ne w s. The following Letter has been tranfmitted by the Hon. Gen. Towns herd, one of the Reprefenttaives of the County of Norfolk, to Sir Edward Astley, Bart, the High Sheriff, 111 anfwer to the Inftruftions from the High Sheriff and Grand Jury, at the laft Affizes.
5 November 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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wLtsmtf&&s& ?? ; £.. London, &c\Tikfdas, $ay, v i.The laft Letters from Lilbon, dated the 4 fh p3:L mentis, hat his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York, went to Mr. Mey- er YUpute in the Evening of the 3d, and on ths D?.y following hii Royal Highnefs was to take a Walk in the Royal G
5 November 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BANKK UP T S.

BANKK UP T S.

Francis Evelelgh, of St. Philip and Jacob, Gicucefterfhire, Corn- Fa&ar. Wm. Waljis, of Gracechurcb-Street. London. Stationer. A. Ellery, of Rood-Lane, London, Merchant. Maurice Savage, of the City of Briftol, Merchant. John W. Pullman, ef London, Merchant. Wm. Tagart, of the Ci
26 November 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

Df.RRY, OR. 11. This Day Matthew Dill, a Captain among the Oak Boys, was tnedand found guilty of HighTiealbn. Dublin, Oct. iB.At s general quarterly Affembly, held the Thollel, it was unanimoufly agreed to prefent his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant vvi the Freedom of this City i
3 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The INVOCATION. LADY.] YE Virgin Pow'is! defend my Heart From am' rous Looks and Smiles From f.iucy Love, or nicer

The INVOCATION. LADY.] YE Virgin Pow'is! defend my Heart From am' rous Looks and Smiles From f.iucy Love, or nicer

Art, Which molt our Sex begu les. From Sighs and Vows, from awful Fears, That tender Pity move ; From (peaking S lence, and from Tears, Thole Springs—that witer Love. But if, thro' Paffion, I grow blind, Let Honour be my Guide ; And when fr al Nature feeins indin'd, There place
3 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England