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To be S O LD,

To be S O LD,

To be S LD, Shenington in Glout-ullLilhire, rear E.lgf-Hill, Warwickllili c, an.! aSout five M.lcs fir n Banbury in Osfariifliire, i.ne Cmmuy, Kmlioltl ; roulilfinj? genteel mat Manli< u-lioi i-, «t:h nrcell.iry ami convenient it-i tupalier with two large Ba. in, .‘labiing I ■ i(
31 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
From the London tapers, uec. 24.

From the London tapers, uec. 24.

Peteisburgh, Nov. 31. An officer is arrived here exprefs from the frontiers of Turkey, and has had the honour ol an interview with her Imperial Majefty. The conference lafted upwards of four hours; but we know net yet the nature of his comrniflion. Lisbon, Nov. 22. Count de la L
31 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extradl of a letter firom London, Dec. ?? ?? It is fai ' that a edtnpiaint has been received from the court of France, relating to an infringe- ment of the treaty of peace at Newfoundlend. " We are informed that the Rev. Mr. Charles Ch 11, before he went abroad, fold the pro- pe
31 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, Dec. 29.

LONDON, Dec. 29.

We are allured from good Authority, (fays the St. Janet's Chronicle) that Mr. Wilkes will return from France by the 16th of next Month, notwithllanding the many Jnlinuations to the contrary. No Account of the Motives of Mr. Wilkes’* Journey to France, or of the Time of hit Itay,
31 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This Day ts publijhed, (Prict only s. ftuied) Another New Edition, being the Siitth, with confidcr- able Additions, and adorned

This Day ts publijhed, (Prict only s. ftuied) Another New Edition, being the Siitth, with confidcr- able Additions, and adorned

with the Head Bin Jon nson, finely engraved, DEN JOHNSON’S JESTS; OR 3* H E wit's POCKET COMPANION: Being new Collection of the molj ingenious Jefts, Diverting Stories, Pleafaot Jf'kes, Sfn.vrt Puns, Repartees, Wife Sayings, Witty Quibbles, and Ridiculous Bulls. To which arc add
31 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tt it SOL D,

Tt it SOL D,

(Subjeft to canaia Anoniijr for the Lii« of a ferfon, aged to lean and upwards) A Nea» LITTLK FARM, at Grcatham, near Stockioa, the County Uuthan. called Gieenabella, containing «» Aries thereabouts, lice fit m ebe Tithe of H*> with Faim-houfc and other fuitablc Coavcoienoies up
31 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Jan. 3. Hamburgh, ( a confiderabh City in Germany ) December zi. ACCORDING to a Letter which feems to come from a good Hand, Count Stahrenberg, the Court of Vienna's AmbafTadorlat Paris, has told the Duke de Praflin, that the Emprefs Queen would n
31 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBT: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold aifo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Sanders, in

DERBT: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold aifo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Sanders, in

Derby ?? L I KEWI S E 'B« Mr*, COLE in tVirkfwortL and at Mr. J. ASTLE, in Burton upon runt. I Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in AJhby-di-k-Ztuth. Mr r^^ta^^«t^4 *• R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE \n Ajhbornu Mr, JOHN SALT, *frtfw*£* ' ?? 3 M^TE^-^S Mr. JAMES HILL, and Mr. E. BLADON, Mr. THO WRI
31 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Sarah Reeve, of Farnham St. Martin's, in the County of Suffolk, Mahfter ; to Surrender en the i+fti and 1 7th Days of January next, & the 4th Day o. February following, at the White Horfe Inn in Bury St. Edmund's. Richard Reive, ot Botefdale, in the County of Suf. folk, Apotheca
31 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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: S'mafM 'oqq.

Cr. Condon, &c. Tburfrfay, Dec. 29. 1. Tuefday laft their Majeftics, in a Poll-char:o% cfcoited by a Party of Light-ha.-fe, went from St. James's over the new Bridge to Deptford, from thence over BUkheath to Charlton, and back to St. James's. -2* h is faid that Lord Sandwich wil
31 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England