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To JOHN WILKES, Efquire.

To JOHN WILKES, Efquire.

SIR, London, Dec. 8, $763. " AS I have fomething of confequence to commu- nicate to you, I fhould be glad to know what time would be moft convenient for me to call upon *}a\uhis day ; I called once before, and was refilled adimuaiice. Be fo pood as fend me an anfwet by tny fervm
21 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraß ofa \>ter-.from London, Dec. 17

Extraß ofa \>ter-.from London, Dec. 17

Extraß ofa \>ter -.from London, Dec. 17 Capt. Johnfton, Governor. of Weft Florida ; Col. Grant, Governor of Eaft Florida ; and Col! Melvil, Governor of the ceded islands, received their final inftructious from the Lords of Trade yefterday ; and are to embark immediately for their
21 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
1 ,M D C C 1. X 1 1 I.

1 ,M D C C 1. X 1 1 I.

,M C C 1. X 1 1 I. No. wai drawn Prize of 5000 1. It is the Pro petty Mr Mainwaring, Hatter, in Baitholomcw-laoe. hear the late Storrit of Wind hat done as much Damage in France and Holland, as it has in England. The Money computed to be on Board she Hanover Packet from Lisbon, l
17 December 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
r* the P R I N T E R.

r* the P R I N T E R.

the R I N T E R. jl R D EE N : Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.] SIR: WITH whatever defign the Oppo/ition fot out, whether againft men or mealare;, with motives public or private intereft, the confc - quence has been, that by their oppofition they
19 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E. America.

E. America.

1. Philadelphia, Oa. 27. The Indian Depredations on our Frontiers Still continue. Lsft Night an Exprefs arrived in Town, wjth an Account of twenty-four People being murdered in -Sin thfield Townihip by thofe Savages. z. Charles Town, (South Carolina) Oa. 12. The Wolf- Ivinjr of
17 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
COU NT R V HEWS.

COU NT R V HEWS.

CO U NT R V HEWS. Newcaftle, D.eclmber 10. From Scarborough we hear, that ten Ships drove out of the Harbour to the Southward of the Spaw, and two of them were loft be- hind the Pier, and all Hands drowned ; two more are afhore about four Miles to the South ; MefT. Calvert and Sh
16 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
« Dai) ft puWifljeir, Pager 5J Conta,n,n S awards of fix Hundred Price Five shillings bound, THE COMPLETE Dim of

« Dai) ft puWifljeir, Pager 5J Conta,n,n S awards of fix Hundred Price Five shillings bound, THE COMPLETE Dim of

MAM; O R, A Syftem of Doarinal and Practical CHRisTuriiTV. To which are added, Forms of Prayer, and Offices Of Devotion, for tho various Circumftances of Life. ?? FOR fHE USE OF FAAniiks. By the Reverend H. V E N N> Vicar Of Huddersfield In Yorklhlre, and late Fellotir , , .of Q
16 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, ?? Dec. io. Yeftxday arrived the MAILS from Holland and France. Ghent, {Flanders) December 6. TW 0 Men were executed here the 3d In- ftant, for murdering on the 3d of October laft, in a Houfe in this City, five Perfons with
16 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Dec. 20.

LONDON, Dec. 20.

• Sunday the Rev. Dr Dampier preached before their MajefHes at the Chapel Royal St. James's; the Sword ; of State was carried by Lord March. His Majefty mii Ted his George, fat with Diamonds, in\the Chapel Royal, and though diligent Search was made for it, it could not be found.
16 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, December 8.

London, December 8.

On Tuefday one of the mod interefting Points of civil Liberty was determined, Caufe in Weftminlfer-Hall, before the Truly Patriotic and Right Honourable Lord Chief Juliice PRATT, arid a fj.eci.il Jury of Gentlemen of the County Ifaiddlelex wherein John Wilkes Efq. was Plaintiff,
15 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England