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'VV' <>f Vaf V* f w ipoa. /■/•:« the LONDON GAZETTE. Naples, Nmember S. Thurfday lull his Sicilian Majeily came

'VV' <>f Vaf V* f w ipoa. /■/•:« the LONDON GAZETTE. Naples, Nmember S. Thurfday lull his Sicilian Majeily came

to Naples, to celebrate the next Day the jj• * Feaft of St. Charles. This jj-w , being the Name-Day of the V °1 Spain, svas kept sau. great Holiday at Court; and, in the Evening, his Sicilian Majefly affiled the Reprelcntation of a new Opera. 'The following Day his Majclly retur
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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atJ^cttirementd. Fine Engliin Made Wines, Clean, ftrong, bright, and dry. Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer, In OX D, Are Sold at s. d. per Gallon; liy the cheaper. Likewife Fine Orange and F.lder Wine, At Three Shillings and Sixpence Gallon. Or. Saturday, Deccml-er 1 , nviH fuLUJhc
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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10 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T* b* SOLD.

T* b* SOLD.

AN ESTATE, Part Freehold and Part Copyhold, lying at Humber Keck, in- theToan hip Weft nncklaud, late the ftate of Mr Edward Ayte, decruied, and now in the PoircflK>n of John Siattford, (as Tenant thereof, at the yearly Reoi 16 1. 10s. clear of all Deduttiona (.Land tax excepted
10 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UPON Tuefday next, the i 3111 in-tant, beg> n>! to be fold, by Deacon William Mai— s fie' 1 "*

UPON Tuefday next, the i 3111 in-tant, beg> n>! to be fold, by Deacon William Mai— s fie' 1 "*

er, ar hisrtani in the head of the marker, Fir.c HEIFER BEKF and MUTTOV. of fix years old. all fed wi hin one mile of ?? citv for three months pail. For the benefit oft'" public, he will continue felling the fame ihK* days in the week, for feme months enfuing- HpHe Truftees of r
10 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Mr. Wilkes continues mending; but it is thought it will longer before he able to get abroad than was expeiled.

Mr. Wilkes continues mending; but it is thought it will longer before he able to get abroad than was expeiled.

Saturday there was the greateft Mob allemblcd the Royal Exchange that can remembered on any Occafion, order lee the Nsrth Briton burnt.—About Half an Hour after Twelve a Man appeared with large Bundle Lillet Faggots, followed Jack Ketch with lighted Link, which the Mob immediate
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MARLBOROUGH

MARLBOROUGH

OXO N, *Bth November, 176}. HERE A S an Tree of eleven Inches Diameter the Butt, and almut thirty-five Feet in Height, wa», about ten Day* ago, down in the Grove at the End n( Cbrifi Church H'alk, by fome evil-difpofed Ptrfons, in the Night Time, and carried away it is in Boat:
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AddrelTeJ to his Majesty by Permission. Day is puLUJhtd, Price Illuftrated with a-Coppcr-plate Plant Ntw iqual AlliluJf Inflrumtnl for drawing

AddrelTeJ to his Majesty by Permission. Day is puLUJhtd, Price Illuftrated with a-Coppcr-plate Plant Ntw iqual AlliluJf Inflrumtnl for drawing

Meridian Line, and Print the the Equation Tune,) THE GiNERAL MAGAZINE O F ARTS and SCIENCES, For November, 1763. Among Variety of curious Articles this Number ate, Calculation the principal Phenomena in the Annular Eclipfe the Sun, Sunday the Day of April, 1764, in the Morning,
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
H A R W IC H. Dec. 8.

H A R W IC H. Dec. 8.

Gr*at D.nmge was doae to Ul2 Boat?, &c. in this Haibour, by the ototin on Fitdiy laft j and a great Quantity of Timber was carried to Sax from the Ship Yard by the Violence of the Waves.-The Friendfnip of Stockholm, James Boriland, Maftsr, laden with Flax and Pot-aft*, ft.andel
10 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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