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OXFORD, February 8,

OXFORD, February 8,

On Wednefday lad the Reverend James Andrew, Fellow Exeter College, and Prebendary of Rochcfter, wa» admitted to the Degree of in Divinity. By the Death of John JefTeiies, Efq; Deputy Ranger of St. James’s and Hyde Paries, an Eftatc of 601. par Annum, devolves the Wardenlhip New
8 February 1766 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOL D, At RYER ' 3, in Kirkgate, Leeds, New Single HORSE CHAISE, STF.EL-SPRINGS, in the mweft Fafhion.

To be SOL D, At RYER ' 3, in Kirkgate, Leeds, New Single HORSE CHAISE, STF.EL-SPRINGS, in the mweft Fafhion.

four goo SADDLE HORSES. Foimdling-Hofpital at Ackworth, 13th January, NOTICE is hereby riven, That the next Committee for managing and tranfitl !^c Affair iitt Ifcfpital, null or. triday of Idruary ,r.J}. ail tbeX.9utrr.ors are dtjired to a:ter.J. R. HARGREAVES, Str»rr.'»r, LE F
11 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the of which any erf on fly preftrve cure limfelf with very little 'Trouble, and without anv whatever, Thofe that

the of which any erf on fly preftrve cure limfelf with very little 'Trouble, and without anv whatever, Thofe that

have Recourfe to the at* ve ESSEIn'LE of LIFE, Twenty Drops Morning and Evening in Tea, any other Liquor, cannot P'ffibty receive any Injury, it prevents the Diforder from taking Place, and entirely carries it**bff by Urine. Sold only in Leeds by G. Wright, and the Men carry the
11 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
By the KI N G's Patent, aring Da:e the ot September 1761. TH IMPERIAL LOTION, being a Chymical Preparation, the

By the KI N G's Patent, aring Da:e the ot September 1761. TH IMPERIAL LOTION, being a Chymical Preparation, the

wonderful Qualities of which, an outward duplication, are to exti act and expel any Injury or lnfettion received from the Venereal Difeafe. Price lob. the Bottle. There is no Oicaf.cn to expatiate up. the Vfe and Hap fine/) of J'uch a Difcovery, as all the attendant dreadful Con
11 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
e dDrotucif. Or, GENERAL WEE K L Y

e dDrotucif. Or, GENERAL WEE K L Y

dDrotucif. Or, GENERAL WEE K L Y SATURDAY, Fkbri|a*y 8, 7 66. his circulates tliro’ tiic Couiilies NtrthumberlanJ, Durham, Cumltrland, and H\Jtmorla»4, and the Wiji and RiMugi the Comity Turk j alfo thro* AunandaJe, A mjeau, CuiL- . way,'fiviclda'e, Lii/tb/dalt, tbv Men, or Beiwu
8 February 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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8 February 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STOLEN,

STOLEN,

From the Ho»fe of Thomas Storey, Inn keeper in Sunder - land, irt the County of Durham, SILVER Three Gii T A N K AR D, marked on the Front, Thomas Storey, it6o, had Lid,' Bead round the Middle, and Copper Bottom; all arc defired to ftop the Jame, it* «bf}’cred pawned fold, and a
8 February 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be LET,

To be LET,

And a.tircd ::fon at May-day next, FARM of LAND, in the Townfliip of Houghcon-le-Spring, in the County Curhaifi, called tlie F.tKM, now in the I’ofieiTioa of Mary Reed, at Tenant thereof, at the yearly Rent Slxty-fevcn Pounds, confiding of Arable, Meadow.' and Failure Ground, ex
8 February 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
litevacy 9tiiclc?J.

litevacy 9tiiclc?J.

9tiiclc?J. Far the N ew castle On W INTER. THE pnfants fraile when appear; Glad a fruitful year! Their tender wheat, a thivlng place Can Iwnearti the cold embrace. The fti’bborn clods move fertile grow. When mellow’d by the falling (now. All day they ply the well trimm’d flail; A
8 February 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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8 February 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England