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19 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O 1ST D O N.

L O 1ST D O N.

L O 1S T D O N. Extrcfi rf a letter from Lynn, Dec. 6. «• We had the terribleft fform of wind faff. Sun- day morning that ever was known in Lynn. It railed ihe tide to inch a degree, that ihe town was aknoft drowned, and people s beds fix' _ in with them in their houses. Two houf
19 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from France.

Arrived the Mails from France.

From t"e London Gazette, Dec. 10, Vienna, Nov. 19. rpHR Lord Vifcount Stormont brseS his firft An- j_ d'ence ,on Thurfday bit, of the Fmpcror c d I'mrrefs. in which he prefented to their impe- nd *iaj ft.c*. his credential in quality of Anibaifa- dor cx*« -ordinary and Plenipote
14 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Jufi come from Greenock. And SOLD by Mrs. GODSMAN in the Old FisK market, Edinburgh, A Q^U ANT I T

Jufi come from Greenock. And SOLD by Mrs. GODSMAN in the Old FisK market, Edinburgh, A Q^U ANT I T

V of Fine BARRELLED HERRINGS, Cured either with great or final! fait. Any who want to be ferved in half barrels or firkins tor ihc ufe of their own fami - s, may be ferved for 17s. per half barrel, and Ss. c d.'per firkin, and 4 s. 3d. the half firkin. Thofe who incline to make
21 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ta hr SOLD,

Ta hr SOLD,

SEVEN FREEHO MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, fitnatc in the Low Siteet, in Sundctland neat the Sea, in the County of Durham, in Lane there, called Tittctfon’s Lane, emending fiom the Low Street to the River Wear, with Btew-houfei, Cellars, a commodious Warehoufc, and othet Convenicncies
31 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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GOOD ENCOURAGEMENT for LABOURERS, at the ALLUM-WORKS, belonging to Sir Laurence Dundas, Bart. - Apply to Mr John Readhead, at

GOOD ENCOURAGEMENT for LABOURERS, at the ALLUM-WORKS, belonging to Sir Laurence Dundas, Bart. - Apply to Mr John Readhead, at

it LET. and entirid iht nth Mty nixt, AF AR M, at Claxton, near Greatham, -within three Miles of Hartlcpoole, and five of Siockion, in the County of Dntham, containing tzo Acres, well watered and inclrtfed, with all convenient Houles in good Repair, and plealant and utefnl Orchar
3 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Briftol, Dec. it. This Day arrived here the Sophist Margaretta, WefTels, from Bremen, who fays he was boarded this Day Se'ennight, off Dungenefs, by two Boats full of Men, armed with Piftols and CutlaiTes. They talked Dutch and French, and fome of them broken Englifh They had Ca
23 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
That Kidg-1 reads B——y we very well know,.But does he, I pray, read Divinity too?"

That Kidg-1 reads B——y we very well know,.But does he, I pray, read Divinity too?"

That Kidg-1 reads B— — y we very well know, But does he, I pray, read Divinity too?" YOUR Narrative, Kidg-I, with Caution I've read» But to it can find neither Tail or an Head. Since I doubt not your own Curiofity's fated, Take Pity for once, and let mine be abated : You've rais'
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Dec. 13.

LONDON, Dec. 13.

Mr. Wilkes is now fo well as to walk about his Room ; but is not yet in a Condition to go out, for Fear of taking Cold, nor of undertaking any Bufinefs fliat would much exercife his Spirits, left a fatal Re- lapfe ihould be the Conf quence. Alexander Dunn, who was to have been e
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BRADFORD ASSEMBLY Will be 00 Tuefday the 20th Inft. the new Room at the White-Swan. State-Lottery-Office. W'HOEVER are inclined to

BRADFORD ASSEMBLY Will be 00 Tuefday the 20th Inft. the new Room at the White-Swan. State-Lottery-Office. W'HOEVER are inclined to

become Adventurers in the preSent Advantageous STATE-LOTTERY, (perhaps the 1 »ft for many Years) may yet be fupply'd with a few TICKETS, SHARES, or CHANCES, at the loweft Prices, warranted undrawn Yefterday Morning) by WILLIAM and ROBERT CLEMENT, Linen-Drapers, in Wade's-PaS- Sa
15 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England