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W A N E T>. A Small Modern Built House, within two three Mile* Henley u|>on Thames, with O.mlcn unit

W A N E T>. A Small Modern Built House, within two three Mile* Henley u|>on Thames, with O.mlcn unit

FieUl. Whoe'er hath fnch one to lett, fending the Particulars Mr, Spooner, of Illip near Oxford, may hear of Tenant.
17 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
» 'Tbis Day is Publijhed, a Handfome Pockkt Volume, (Price 3a, nth bound) '"pHE Complete SPORTSMAN: OR, Country Gentleman’s Recreation.

» 'Tbis Day is Publijhed, a Handfome Pockkt Volume, (Price 3a, nth bound) '"pHE Complete SPORTSMAN: OR, Country Gentleman’s Recreation.

■ Ctvntain.j.g the very heft Inftru£Fon» under the following Heids, viz. the Breeding and Management Coclc-ligbting. Of Colts, and backing Coits. Of the Breeding and M.in.<pemcnt Racc-Horfes, Hunters, &c. Horfr-racing. Of Bowi.n.'.. Cnurfing. Hare-hinting. Fox* hunting. Huck.*;i
24 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THURSDAY’S and FTUDAY’S POSTS.

THURSDAY’S and FTUDAY’S POSTS.

Arrived the Mail* from France and Flanoeik. J Frtm ebo LONDON GAZF.TTE. 1 GENOAt {Ssaly} ti*v. it. THIS Republic hiving received Notice that the Corfican Malecoments had marched a Body of their Men to fiuait Diflance from San Fiorenza, and that a Half Galley and Galliot kept cru
10 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T» it SOLD,

T» it SOLD,

A FREE HOLD ESTATE, capable of great ImprovcmcDts, fituated at Elfdon, in the Couacy ot Northumberland, now tenanted by Mr* Dotothy Bell Mr William Young, and let at the yearly Rent of ael. —Enquiic of Mt William Hunter, Attorney at Law, in Hexham, Mr William Ncibttt, in Ncwcaft
10 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UTtje LEEDES <gttteHfgenrer,

UTtje LEEDES <gttteHfgenrer,

f Vol. X. 1 TUESDAY, December 17, 1 763. N° 505- Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street-EtnL
27 December 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Nov. 29.

LONDON, Nov. 29.

v It is row faid a confiderable Addition of Land Forces will Lent to North America, under the Command of three General Officers, who arc foon to embark ror that Station, and whole Head Quarters, purfuant a late Plan, are to occupy hy Rotation every principal Town and Government
6 December 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Carkett 4 1 <5 Carmichael sxß Carysfort, L. 303. . Cafhell 304 Cathcart, L 3C4 Catherlough, E. 517 Cayley 1

Carkett 4 1 <5 Carmichael sxß Carysfort, L. 303. . Cafhell 304 Cathcart, L 3C4 Catherlough, E. 517 Cayley 1

Chalmers ii Charlemont, E. 584 Charteris 304 Cheap 119 Churchill sxß Clark Clerk-Maxwell <5 3 Cleveland 471 Clive Colville, L. Coney 119 Coote 69$ Colby 518 Cotter si 7 Courtenay Cowflade 119 Cox 304. 47j Coxon Cracherode Craig 303, 4. Crairfurd 304 Crofbie 416 Cumberland," Bp C
6 December 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the Dublin Gazette.

From the Dublin Gazette.

' A method to POT AT 0 being deflroycd. lias been difcovered by fome ■* ills, that fruits penetrated by f r pears, apples, <&c. receive l0^ v thereby; provided the nitre or fr''' ' 1 *' tides are extracted, by putting . into cold water when a thaw apP'^fii e , and letting it rem
5 December 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The BULFINCH. An Elegy. faw her fav'rite bird ; His pofture look'd defpair ; His artlefs voice no more was

The BULFINCH. An Elegy. faw her fav'rite bird ; His pofture look'd defpair ; His artlefs voice no more was

heard To emulate the fair : His wings were hung, his drooping head Was neftled in his breaft; His ruffled feathers, loofely fpread, His anguifh well eipreft. She blam'd the fervants grofs Whilft tears o'erfpread her eyes; Nor did th' unconfcious fair fufpedt, What gave his iorro
5 December 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
18 paffengers, notwithftanding all poffible affiftance from the ihore.” She was the firft veflel fent from England to Florida, with

18 paffengers, notwithftanding all poffible affiftance from the ihore.” She was the firft veflel fent from England to Florida, with

fettlers the late peace, and had a valuable cargo on board, confifting of wearing apparel, Manchefter goods, and utenfils, to cultivate land, exclufivc of the fettlers taking their fortunes and families with them. The prefent fiaie of St. in Florida. The caftle is built of foft
26 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland