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JAMES GRAY, Clerk to the Tiaiftcct.

JAMES GRAY, Clerk to the Tiaiftcct.

JAMES GRAY, Clerk the Tiaiftcct. JULY ml, 1765. I I E Tmftecs of the Turnpikc* Road leading from the Top of Cnckley- Hill, in the County Gloucefter, Campsfield, in the County of Oxford, will meet o« Friday the nth Dav of this Inftsnt July, at the Houfc of Thomas Humphries, called
6 July 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Extra!} »f Letter from If'inhejlir, Stft. 11. On Tnefday Night lift arrived here Mr. Stephens, Brother to the late unfortunate Keeper of Maidllone Goal, in order to look upon two Men, who had committed, within thefe few Weeks, divers Robberies in this County and Sufic*, and who
21 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
§olo, Fifty-fight Head of beautiful DEER, of various Colour* and Ages j all now in PilUluck, Challow, near Wantage, Berks.

§olo, Fifty-fight Head of beautiful DEER, of various Colour* and Ages j all now in PilUluck, Challow, near Wantage, Berks.

For further Particulars enquire <>l Mr. William Stirling, Wantage aforefaid.
21 September 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, 0.7. 19. Afternoon arrived here an Exprefs with third Reprieve for Lieutenant Ogilvie, for Fortnight longer, after Wednefday next. Some Letters from North America aaert, that the Colonies were aftoally threatened with another I dian War. COUNTRY NEWS Sherierne, 03. it
26 October 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
«?<■'«*"£ the following curious Journal, your • "ry tt**' wy• nQ, trrial Difference between nrS the Manners and Cuftoms which

«?<■'«*"£ the following curious Journal, your • "ry tt**' wy• nQ, trrial Difference between nrS the Manners and Cuftoms which

prevailed in the Days ifc J* of good Bt/i, and thofe of the Age in which we now live: But yet it is worthy a Remark, that even at that early Period, (though with very different Views from the preient) Bribery and Cerriftiou had crept into our Burroughs, in order neverthclefs to
6 April 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Hay is publiftscd, fiicc only ts. 6d. Ai>rn,<l %ui:b Fnniffii" tUgar.fly nftvtJ, The Complete English Gardener: O R. Gardenei’s Monthly

Hay is publiftscd, fiicc only ts. 6d. Ai>rn,<l %ui:b Fnniffii" tUgar.fly nftvtJ, The Complete English Gardener: O R. Gardenei’s Monthly

Chronicle. Ccmwining Direftion* for the proper Management of the Flower, Fruir, anil Kitchen Oaidenj, foe eretjr Month in the Year. The whole laid down in fo plain and a Manner, that all who are defiroua of managing Cardrn, map it eftc6l u.! Iy, without any other Inftruflioni wh
6 April 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LON DON, February 7.

LON DON, February 7.

The Englith Nobleman be about tinting out on a complimentary Journey Warfaw, have been better informed to execute Commlflion of a far more interefljng Nature at the Court of Copenhagen. It is faid, a fecond Expreft arrived Ycftcrjty at St. James’s, from Sir Jofcph Yorke, AmbaiTa
9 February 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, Feb. 7th, 1765.

OXFORD, Feb. 7th, 1765.

WHcreJs Sermon, preached at a Funeral on the laft Month, the Chmch of Boutton on the Water, in the County of (iloticcttei, has brrn freqtcntly cenfuicd, a Biput that Place, as contaiutuyr not one Wuui of Sci ipluie. See. The lime will Biortly be primal verbatim was delivcted by
9 February 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
A.new Royal Yacht is ordered laid on the Stocks at Woolwich, to be named in Honour of his Serene Highnefs

A.new Royal Yacht is ordered laid on the Stocks at Woolwich, to be named in Honour of his Serene Highnefs

the Prince of Brunfwick. They write from Gibraltar that feveral Agents had been arrelled by Order of Governor Irwin, for engaging Engliib Seamen and Officers in the Service of other maritime Powers. We hear that all French Ships of War or Merchantmen who (hall for the future dif
14 December 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WILD Ducks, Te.l, and Widgeon, from Borihll Dtcoy, »re fold JOHN PETO, at bis Houle in Ship Lane, Oxford, and

WILD Ducks, Te.l, and Widgeon, from Borihll Dtcoy, »re fold JOHN PETO, at bis Houle in Ship Lane, Oxford, and

where life in Town. N. B. The Wild Fowl from thi« Decoy are unwei fally eftcemed for their being free that fifty Taftc which complained of in the Ducks, Teal, tic. from the Fene. __ SUN FIRE OFF CE. Mr. Hsnry Drought Oxfoid, Agent for the Sim Fire Office, London, has been inform
14 December 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England