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Mr. 2 ,.d Mrs. MI TC li EL L, At tbeir houfe, Covenant-clofe, Edinburgh, con- tinue their EOAKDING SCHOOL ior

Mr. 2 ,.d Mrs. MI TC li EL L, At tbeir houfe, Covenant-clofe, Edinburgh, con- tinue their EOAKDING SCHOOL ior

LA- DIES (at the ufual juice of Six .Pounds pet Quarter) who are taught the following ar- ticles, without any additional charges, viz. nr^HE French and Englifh Languages, -■■*- Geography, Writing, 'Arithmetic, Book- keeping, Fiench and Englilh letters w T rote twice a-week : hke
19 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBU AC H.

EDINBU AC H.

Extrafi cf a letter from Lomlon, Ny i■£ « .This das his Majelly, attended by the Duke Rutland, malter of ihe horfe, and Lord Bruce, went in Ids State-coacti to the Houfe of Peers, and o- pened the iellions of parliament with a mod graci- ous fpeech from the throne. His Majelly a
19 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PONTfcLAND TURNPIKE ROAD.

PONTfcLAND TURNPIKE ROAD.

TURNPIKE ROAD. ll7H*«*a» (be pre&m TERM granted of ttat TOLLS of the Read, and the Repair* ibctcof. «R1 expire the vih Day of Dccembei nest. Notice i* hereby given, that any Perfbn or Perfona Vtilliog to lake ihc faid Toll*, and undertake the Repair* the Road, nay deliver their P
19 November 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Nov. t;

LONDON, Nov. t;

LONDON, Nov. Extraft cf Letter from New Yoik, Ofl. 13. The Indian Affairs bear but a very indifferent Afpeft, and is greatly doabted whether other Nations arc not encaged with the Senecas in a Confederacy us.” A Letter in the ltd New York Mail has thefe remarkable Words: There al
19 November 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WANT E D.

WANT E D.

N fmall private Family, an elderly Servant MAI D, who undcrAands Cooking, and the Management Kilcher. Any fuel) Perfon, pioducing proper iraflir from her lali Service, may hear of a Place by - plying to the inter of this Paper. HEREFORD, Ofl. 18, 1763. the Subfcription for crewi
19 November 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ELIXIR of B A R DAN A,

ELIXIR of B A R DAN A,

A New Medicine for tlie and Rheumatism. To prevent the Return the Gout has been found impoflible but to relieve thofc who fufTcr, is in our Power j reduce the Number, and fljort<*n the Continuance of the Fir*; and alleviate the f’ains of them : much w'’’l cfTedlrd by this Medici
19 November 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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Mutwy P £>"&€♦

Frobi'. tbe Whithhali, General, and other Evening .Mii; PaHERS, QPc. Hoi). 17. ' From the/LQNDO.N GJ ZEWE. ,• .- Westminster, November 15. This Day his Majefty came to ; the Houfe of Peers, and being in ; his Royalßobes feated on the Throne wirh the ufual fdlenv- nity, Sir Septi
18 November 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, November 12.

London, November 12.

is reported that many Alterations and will foon take Place in the Army. We hear that Intimations will Ihortly be lent to all Commanders in America. We are told that a Gentleman in Town has Advice from Ireland, that the Houfe Commons of that Kingdom ha«'e already had the late Tre
17 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London November 15.

London November 15.

There is a Report that a noble Lord, lately put in a high Office, has within thele few Days had a Penfion of 30001. a Year leltled on him. The Right Hon. Mr. Pitt is with the Gout; but neverthelefs he will attend his Service in Parliament. Letters from Snckholm lay, that the F.m
17 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
, J I of the r L E held at the Eaglet Monday the atilt of November. WHEREAS s the

, J I of the r L E held at the Eaglet Monday the atilt of November. WHEREAS s the

City of Che(Ter„ Linendraper„ hath a sitlate and Vieth to John Scut of Warrington, in the Co:. , (ter, Witham, William Kirkman, of the City of London, I John Orange, of the (al City of Chefler, Linendraper, and • at, of the fame City, Gentlerr.an, in 'fruit for and towards Payme
15 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England