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TO be fold by Auction or otherwife, betwixt Four Six o'ClQ.k, on Monday the 23d Inltant, at Mr. Broad- Sreet,

TO be fold by Auction or otherwife, betwixt Four Six o'ClQ.k, on Monday the 23d Inltant, at Mr. Broad- Sreet,

A Quantity of OAK TIMBER, lying in a Field call'd the Butts, behind Mr. Bywater's without the Turnpike at And al fo, A Quantity of OAK QUARTER, now lying above the Circus.—The Timber may be view'd in the Interim, but the Lots and the Particulars Sale will be then produe'd. Conve
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
GENERAL WEEKLY ADVERTISER.

GENERAL WEEKLY ADVERTISER.

SATURDAY, September 21, 1765.
21 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SOL I), And entered the I of May, 1 766, AfrkfiHold estate, fituated at Newhrough, four Miles Weft of Hexham,

SOL I), And entered the I of May, 1 766, AfrkfiHold estate, fituated at Newhrough, four Miles Weft of Hexham,

now in the Pndiin.m of Thomas Johufon as Tenant thereof. Whoever purchafe the fame, ro apply lamb Lambert, Attorney at Law, Novcaltle Upon Tyne. . N. «. One Field named the ShawbaMk, being feparated from the otbers, will fold feparatclv, ifdelired. The Tenant will (besv the Prem
21 September 1765 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 17.

LONDON, Sept. 17.

LONDON, Sep t. 17. They write fom Petnfburgh, that Letters have been received from certain Roflian Merchants, trading North Tartary, a late Diicovery having been made an Ifland, foppofed from vat ion* Oi>c to be the very Place from whence America was full peopled, that Continent
21 September 1765 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
the Roi that Royal Duchy med’uti jeils. 13 teen cf whom As doms c the arc majefti latelv politici lit

the Roi that Royal Duchy med’uti jeils. 13 teen cf whom As doms c the arc majefti latelv politici lit

ea fettlcm cr the tie the Rc his age laft to de£lor 5* Comrr is faid, t prepan jB. forces i meet n order t liUire-i No tlifpjtc wick ii pcrfon: toral 21. be late 1 mcnt t port cc Prince. 23, 1 the go near li 24. cd al, or l came right and hi Scotia- *5- ' chafed own was in ting
16 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
with people her mea cuait men arrived eight t Corn- ce humid if the ild have in LES. difibihe gocalionej

with people her mea cuait men arrived eight t Corn- ce humid if the ild have in LES. difibihe gocalionej

of lufion of did oppo- the in* culture much they ore chat and good 28, e to the icadinen. nit coua* :quainted fchievous red, they afluranccii be ufed il temper, ;hrea;ning .—Trade ciyl*«c rmcft dear taxes by and the oufe. tfigned, icbec, fup* body of laid (ten them moll —, extuo
16 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COUNTRY NEWS. I Brijlol, Sept. 7. On Wednefcay died at Wefion, in Somcrfctlhire, the Rev. Mr. Symons, Vicar of Bathiord

COUNTRY NEWS. I Brijlol, Sept. 7. On Wednefcay died at Wefion, in Somcrfctlhire, the Rev. Mr. Symons, Vicar of Bathiord

and liathampton, and one JVlajelly’s Juftices the peace for Somerfedhire. , . , Lynn, Sept. 5. The Rev. and learned Mr. Charles Parkyn, the great Antiquarian, and Rcdtorof Oxborough cum ton Norfolk, who died lall week, has left the bulk of his fortune to Caius college, Cambridge
16 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To bfi S O L. D,

To bfi S O L. D,

To bfi S L. D, ALeafehold Mefluage, Tenement, or Dwelling- Houfc, with a good accurtomed Fulling-Mill, Out-Houfes, and other Buildings adjoining, fit and convenient for a Clothier, fituate Leigh, in the Pariffi of Weflbury, in the County of Wilts, and called known the Name of Lei
16 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Extraft of a letter from Portfmouth, Sept. io.

Extraft of a letter from Portfmouth, Sept. io.

On Sunday evening the Dutch Eaft-Indri man which lay at Spithead, faile 1 from thence on bn voyage outward througii the Needles. " On Monday his Majefty's frigate Juno failii from Spithead into the hatbour. " His Majefty's frigate Aquillon, we hear, is X fill from hence for Gibr
16 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
trom the London rapers. »»«>•«. xv.

trom the London rapers. »»«>•«. xv.

trom the London r apers. »»«>•«. xv. Cadiz, Au?. 13. We have lately had fome ac- count of the French prifoners that are in Morocco, who were taken at Larrache. The Sit Or de Mer- Ville, Brigadier of the marine guards, who is one of the number, is wounded by a ball in his cheek an
21 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland