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"which lied previous to a duel that tween Mefirs. Mirtin and Wilkes. S I R, - appened be- AS you

"which lied previous to a duel that tween Mefirs. Mirtin and Wilkes. S I R, - appened be- AS you

were p’eafed left night to declare whoever was the author of the North-Britons, was an infamous malignant fcoundrel and coward, I do hereby acquaint you that whatever hints at your name in any of the North-Britons, I am the author leave you to make what ufe of it you think -prop
5 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, December 19, 1763.

MONDAY, December 19, 1763.

7. The Falmouth mail yefterday, brought an account of the letlers which came in the Hanover packet, being drove afhore, as alfo the body of capt. Shelburn. The ihip is funk under a fcliff, upwards of 300 feet high, and is plainly feen at low water. So there are hopes, if the wea
19 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LAUR I A. A Satire. . Dr S. Military watch, v'lilp ? mankind funk in debauch; *- 1 gold ftarv'd

LAUR I A. A Satire. . Dr S. Military watch, v'lilp ? mankind funk in debauch; *- 1 gold ftarv'd

ilwre, j, n f agony of care; t "Owls, with ill-boding pow'rs, b l Vq.. ' rr> lone walls and haunted tow'rs; INS Lauria lit, Pen e a llfter"wit•fte " ftandifh wait hard by, s, leets before her lie; fteets (what have they done ?) J ot 1 blots £ h-' o'er-run. your breafts in wonder
5 December 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NOTICE is hereby Given, cfHAT HENRY DROUGHT, Brener .in Ox/rrJ, is npfointed to the Sun Fire-Office, in the Room Mr.

NOTICE is hereby Given, cfHAT HENRY DROUGHT, Brener .in Ox/rrJ, is npfointed to the Sun Fire-Office, in the Room Mr.

H'ilham ShtffnrJ, eiecenfcet to whom alt Berhns who have already iufurtd or Stoei, are pay for fuch I furances for the future i and of whom new Policies may be had tbofe who home not yet injured.
17 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, 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
 
N\ B. When a name occurs offerer than once in tt page, the number cf tines is der.cted letters immediately

N\ B. When a name occurs offerer than once in tt page, the number cf tines is der.cted letters immediately

after the number of the page.
6 December 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Chaloner Cheape ib. Clark 415 Give 527 ii. Coates 3c

Chaloner Cheape ib. Clark 415 Give 527 ii. Coates 3c

6 December 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Bristol, November 28.

Bristol, November 28.

Came in Jince our iafl, The Albion, Cole, from Maryland j the Merchant, Farquha, fori, and the Blizard, Davis, from London the Content, Kenfley, from the Cowan, and the Fleece, the Ann and Margaret, James, fi Oporto; the Two Sarahs, e, from Londonderry; the Cam's Delight, Spicer
1 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LOT 6. A Dwelling-Houl'e and Garden called Biggs, and one Acre of Meadow thereunto adjoining. A Clofe of Arable called

LOT 6. A Dwelling-Houl'e and Garden called Biggs, and one Acre of Meadow thereunto adjoining. A Clofe of Arable called

Foxhole's Liftle Tyning, lately inclofed out of the Common Fields of Wriggleton, containing about 5 Acres and a half. L O T 7. A Dwelling-Houfe, Barn, Garden and Orchard, called Dodds, and a Ciofe of Meadow containing three Acres, or thereabouts. A Meadow called Parfons, contain
22 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England