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The Captain of a Ship, arr'ved on Sunday in the River in the North, gives an Account that fcvcral Ships

The Captain of a Ship, arr'ved on Sunday in the River in the North, gives an Account that fcvcral Ships

were loft on Friday Afternoon iaft, in the violent Storm. We hear the Bounty granted upon the Exportation of Englifh Manufactures will not be taken oft', till Lady Day next. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. ‘Yejlcrday arrived tivo Mails from Holland, and tnx'o from Flanders. Mclills, Ofioher 24
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The late Mr. WAUD’s Medicines. This Day is publi/hcd. Price Six-pence, or on fine Paper One Shilling. RECEIPTS for preparing

The late Mr. WAUD’s Medicines. This Day is publi/hcd. Price Six-pence, or on fine Paper One Shilling. RECEIPTS for preparing

and compounding the principal MEDICINES made ufc of by the late Mr. WARD, together with an Introduflion, &c. JOHN PAGE, Member Parliament for the City of Chiche(Ter. To whom Mr. WARD left his Book SECRETS. Sold bv Mr, Withy, Book and Printfeller, the Roval Exchange in CornhiJl;
10 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
 
nr vt. v V r GRE^ T WALTaAM * Nov. t7 6 t . I WIS is to inform «

nr vt. v V r GRE^ T WALTaAM * Nov. t7 6 t . I WIS is to inform «

nr vt. v V r GRE^ T WALTaAM * Nov. t7 6 t . I WIS is to inform « horn t may concern, that whereas , IJr NR ? A I LCA r ' rf ?? ° f G,e3t W?lth2ni * Coun- ty oSE.Tx . rtutch,r, has Uveral Time-, and with different P. «S. C ?™ **«*«» my Nam.-, without my Conf nt or Knowh dee, by wh
10 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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LYNN, Dec. 8.

LYNN, Dec. 8.

The Storm on Friday laft was very violent here, and] did confide*, abe Dartrge. Toe Tide arofe fo high and the Wind was fo furious, tp&^Z:**"'^^™' ?? breaking of the Banks, fr grta. a i4jianti.y ol Salt Water wat-'mix'd with our Frelh that the %^ * «"&***«M*<hp want thereof. The
10 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
~. - BANKRUPTS.

~. - BANKRUPTS.

ner Wm Cof Z_, ?? ? ' he , C ° Unt y oi fcathsmptm, Tan- Wm w3n rfS? °L Gt r y S -J nn L2nCi Coach-m,k,r. Z JS Ti Ch^f ? ' London » Linnen Draper. Gto. Tht m * ?? L^ JI1 ! Merchant. John Charles Sa«ln£ rf SH n | .Merchant. John Pcppleton, of Grace eh» cU d^TlJ^tS "^^ C T 3n - ??
10 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ir.to AccommoJ itlon with them on this Point: As that Negotiation is at prdent terminated, flatter ourfelvcs tltat the Negroes

ir.to AccommoJ itlon with them on this Point: As that Negotiation is at prdent terminated, flatter ourfelvcs tltat the Negroes

of the Colony finding longer any Afylum among thofe of the Woods, will continue from henceforth in their Duty.” L.\:rn 7 Letter from Brujfels, No v. 24. The Snow which has fallen herein great Abundance for three Days pall, has given Occafian to a Keall, which ineiits an ample Re
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
From the London Papers, Dec. 6.

From the London Papers, Dec. 6.

A te'rer Irom Jamaica, lays, that the whole or the killed by the late accident of the blowing up of the powder magazine there, are computed at above 30 white perlbns, exclusive of 11 Negroes: tiie lofs muft have been much more, had not the bar- racks of the officers sheltered t.
10 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
a&te&itefbap'g#oft.

a&te&itefbap'g#oft.

a&te&itefbap'g #oft. London, We. Tuefday, Dec. 6* imi* £'' ?T£v,% 6 * The M°ft Chriftian King having ttpon his Ambaflador Count de Guerchy's Arrival here, fent to the Chevaher ?? de Beaumont, who had the Charter of Minister Plenipotentiary at this Court, his Revocation from Jjenc
10 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England