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ADVERTISEMENTS. TO be SOLD, bf auaion. on Monday the 13d current, in Miln's fquare, oppolite to the Tron church, third

ADVERTISEMENTS. TO be SOLD, bf auaion. on Monday the 13d current, in Miln's fquare, oppolite to the Tron church, third

ftorey, fore land, weiiU fide of the ftair, ALL SORTS of HOUSHOLD FURNITURE, confifting of rrounted beds, down-beds, featber- beds, blankets, fheets, carpets, tables, drawers, chairs, glafles, chimnies, and fome paintings 011 glafs, a good kitchen jack, with fome other kitchen f
18 April 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PHILLIS ALDER, WIDOW M. THOMAS ALDER. of th« Hi»h st.c«, i* Sandril«B4, r«wTf««» *oda»»*ii». dcceafcd. . Bcri occiiuiat the Foouc,

PHILLIS ALDER, WIDOW M. THOMAS ALDER. of th« Hi»h st.c«, i* Sandril«B4, r«wTf««» *oda»»*ii». dcceafcd. . Bcri occiiuiat the Foouc,

intends carry on Busimess, «• J the feme Shoo, eod in the Manner, aa her lat< did, in the Fe*ter, Biaciety, and Tin War. «b" Dlcafe to «iih tbeii Order*, the fame (hall faitnfullf pleale to obedient Senrant, caccuted, . JHILLIS ALDER. All Perfon* to -bo® the faid Mr Aider «ood i
21 April 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
[Numb. 849.]

[Numb. 849.]

fault, which was executed with very little lofs, and their whole works were in our pofleflion that morning. This fuceefs have great reafon to beUeve will be decifive of the fate of the war, as the enemy feetned to repofe their chief confidence in the ftreegth of tbefe works, and
16 April 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

5. We hear, that an alteration (bould be made in the marriage a£l of the 26th of the late King, the validity of marriages folemnized in Scotland between perfons ufually rcfiding in England, will ftill be tried in the fame manner as if that aft had never exifted. But that thofe w
16 April 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L V N Nj April 18.

L V N Nj April 18.

On Thurfday the ioth Inftant the Prudent Mary of this Port, Thomas Swarfield, Mafter, laden with Corn, Wine, and Fruit for Sunderland, ran afhore on Timnouth Bar. It i.s thought the Ship and part of the Cargo will Ire fayed.
21 April 1764 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

SOLD, ‘yrgnhir, or in following T S A LL the He.il Eft Ate which belonged to William Durham, late ol’Willirfcy, the Comity tvloucolier, Gcntlcnaun, dtccafcd, the Time hie Death. LOT I. A Farm in Maugcrlbur/, in the faiil County Clouccfler, rented Mr. Julm Tyfoe, at 65 I. Vear. Lo
21 April 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This Dtiy is puilijhi'd.

This Dtiy is puilijhi'd.

Price One SHilHng, with an elegant Fronthpiece, the Second Edition of THE celebrated Mrs. PICKINGTON’s JESTS Or, The Cabinet of Wit and Humour. which is now firft added, A preat Variety Rons Mots, Wittaifms, and Anecdotes of the inimitible IV. SWIFT, Dean of St. Patrick’s, Dubli
21 April 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WANTED, At tht Parijh of Chipping-Mjctmte, in County of Bucks ; A Sober Feribn who will undcrtake to farm the

WANTED, At tht Parijh of Chipping-Mjctmte, in County of Bucks ; A Sober Feribn who will undcrtake to farm the

Workhotife, ami employ the Poor. Any whom this may luit, by applying Church* Wardens anti Overleers ot the faitl Parifh, may immediately, or on the Twenty-fourth July next they agree uiton Terms) be tlie .Management the fai.l Workhoulc.
21 April 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
7his Day is puhlijked. Price Neatly bound in Red Leather, To which is added, by Way of APPE NDIX, A

7his Day is puhlijked. Price Neatly bound in Red Leather, To which is added, by Way of APPE NDIX, A

‘s Collection of T and SENTIMENTS, with proper Explanations, &c. A New Edition, greedy improved, FRank Ham m.. G S. Containing, die molt complete Collection of Original Pieces Wit and Humour, ever vet publilhed. -- Among «U entertaining Variety of Oddities, ate the following, vi
21 April 1764 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Country Intelligence.

Country Intelligence.

Oxford, April 14. The Rev. Mr. Arthur AnnHley, of Trinity College, this Umverfity, is prefented to the Living of Chewton-Mendip, in Somerfeifhire, worth upwards of 3001. per Annum. The Rev. Mr. James Eyre, A.M. late of Merton College, pref nted to the Vicarage of Padburp, in the
19 April 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England