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Jufi come from Greenock. And SOLD by Mrs. GODSMAN in the Old FisK market, Edinburgh, A Q^U ANT I T

Jufi come from Greenock. And SOLD by Mrs. GODSMAN in the Old FisK market, Edinburgh, A Q^U ANT I T

V of Fine BARRELLED HERRINGS, Cured either with great or final! fait. Any who want to be ferved in half barrels or firkins tor ihc ufe of their own fami - s, may be ferved for 17s. per half barrel, and Ss. c d.'per firkin, and 4 s. 3d. the half firkin. Thofe who incline to make
21 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BRADFORD ASSEMBLY Will be 00 Tuefday the 20th Inft. the new Room at the White-Swan. State-Lottery-Office. W'HOEVER are inclined to

BRADFORD ASSEMBLY Will be 00 Tuefday the 20th Inft. the new Room at the White-Swan. State-Lottery-Office. W'HOEVER are inclined to

become Adventurers in the preSent Advantageous STATE-LOTTERY, (perhaps the 1 »ft for many Years) may yet be fupply'd with a few TICKETS, SHARES, or CHANCES, at the loweft Prices, warranted undrawn Yefterday Morning) by WILLIAM and ROBERT CLEMENT, Linen-Drapers, in Wade's-PaS- Sa
15 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
.FRIDAY'! and SATURDAY** POSTS.

.FRIDAY'! and SATURDAY** POSTS.

Tbis Day arriv'd a Mail frem Flanden, Marfeilles, November 16. %y£ VESSEL which is arrived here frnm Ncw- nfe _ foondl.ind, was on the firft Inftant boarded, x\~\ ye "**•*■' Cit pc Martin, by ait Algei me- bark of 14 IS* la puis and go men, who ?? beating the I're'uh Captain, to
20 December 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
> : D O N. Dee 16

> : D O N. Dee 16

'••" ' : ilnouth yeflerd.iy bring ailvice, that, «" r a :'il aarch, they felt form-thing in the aft part ot „eck of i *ve Hanover racket, which, ac- ' ' " 'he feel, fo-.ind, and place where fittiated, it 1" o be the trealiirc-cHe-.t; and which, if rhe wea- t' .-/et fine, with li
20 December 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
L 0 W D 0 N, Dec. 15.

L 0 W D 0 N, Dec. 15.

They write from Warfaw, that the Sieur Gerthen, Treafurerto the late King of Poland, having recieved Orders from the Elector of Saxony to repair to Drefden, he fet out immediately; but was no fooner got without the Walls of the City, than a Detatchmentof the Ulans arretted him,
16 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
(he eternal Welfare of their Pt*f and VninJlruffed Kt’ghhcut* Servants, aic dilpoled give them a»ay. N. B. The fame may

(he eternal Welfare of their Pt*f and VninJlruffed Kt’ghhcut* Servants, aic dilpoled give them a»ay. N. B. The fame may

bad. in Oftavo, neatly bound, with cutiout Sec Cm*, Fiicc ?*• «d. ALSO By the Kings Authority. This Day was publifh’d, And Sold by Meflrs, Newton, Clark, Prescot, and Ha rrop, BookfellerS in Manchcfter, A New Edition, Carefully Corrtfifed end Enlarged, of THE New Week's Preparat
20 December 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WEDNESDAY POST. Arrived the Mails from Holland, and France Dec ,8- NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Pc/?, Deer. 8. Y letters

WEDNESDAY POST. Arrived the Mails from Holland, and France Dec ,8- NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Pc/?, Deer. 8. Y letters

from Tunis, dated Oftober Bth, we learn, that the agent of the royalcompany of France is put under arreft ai Bonn, and a fhip of his na> tion feized. About 20 veflels which were in the port of the colony of Calle, which belongs to the French when that place was invefted by the A
19 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY POST. Arrived the Mails from France and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Poll, Deer, 13. Genoa, Hr HE French

MONDAY POST. Arrived the Mails from France and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Poll, Deer, 13. Genoa, Hr HE French

fquadron is faid to be gone Hov. 17. from Toulon to demand of the Dcy of
19 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Charlet-Tewn, Oa. 5. On Sltonday ! arrived here from Cape Fear, by Water, his Excellency Arthur Dobbs. E<q; Governor of North Carolina, in order aflill at the intended Cr.ngrcfs with the Indians. By the Pcniyivania Papers learn, that in the Beginning the laft Month the Indians h
17 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
L OND ON, Dei. 19.

L OND ON, Dei. 19.

The Marriage between his Serene Highneis the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick, and her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Augufta, it is thought, will be about the Time of the Anniverfary of her Ma- jetty's* Birth-Day, when it is expe&ed there will be a very full Town. . Mr. Spry is appo
16 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England