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P O N, March 27.

P O N, March 27.

Advices from Genoa of the 7th Inflapt, brought by this Day's Holland Mail, in- form us, That the Republic, having been informed that fix hundred of the Corfican Malcontents had landed on the Ifland of Ca- praja, immedutfely difpatched thither a Pink •>* and two large Feluccas, w
28 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Printed by W. JACKSON in the High-Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all -Sortf g^bhk Warrants, Summons's, Orders

Printed by W. JACKSON in the High-Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all -Sortf g^bhk Warrants, Summons's, Orders

of Removal Cfcrtificites, &c. &c. and by whom Printing in General is performed in the ne^teMMtaiiner, at the moft reafonable Prices,
28 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
tStufflteps ooft.

tStufflteps ooft.

?? ooft. This Day arrived the Mail from Holland . Copenhagen, March 7. ?? E Day Before ?? ?? ®P emn f£ bT die Sefliou 'rU Mk °f tIiB S-^nit Tribubkl ± #j3 was made in one Of the Sa- M J-oC i°°hs oY the Rbyi_ii Palace, ?? W at which thp &inggrje_id^d> «li^*Sr^*r_w there were l thi
28 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUtiTfcV NEWS.

COUtiTfcV NEWS.

2Veivt4jfk, MareU 21. On Saturday laft the three Felons, who had broke out of Gaol here, were apprehended at a poor Woman's Houfe beyond Jedhurgh, while in Bed, and brought bask td Jedburgh Gaol, by the three Perfons who took them, viz. John Reed, who was fent from thence in Que
28 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
•*V to 660 1. per Annum, or upwards) with a ftrorig Probability of a fpeedy Sitcceflion in a good Country

•*V to 660 1. per Annum, or upwards) with a ftrorig Probability of a fpeedy Sitcceflion in a good Country

•*V to 660 1. per Annum, or upwards) with a ftrorig Probability of a fpeedy Sitcceflion in a good Country Id choofe, iri an agreeable Market Town* or iii a large Parifli, with a good Houfe. Any. Perfon Having fuch Preferment to diftofe of, may hear of a Pttrchafer, by applying to
28 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Hagen »nJ Divnl Wolpmar, of LonJon. Mcrcluntt ami Copartner* in Trade. William bagwill, of Totnefs, Devon- Ihire, Shopkeeper. c. Foreign News. j, Vinict, Ftb. IJ. A Letter from Cairo in Egypt brings Advice, that rich Meichant of that City had procured Letter-Founders «nd inters
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Second Sale.

Second Sale.

Loti. Wlielptnoore, &c. 81. - - - - - 114.1 Towmnoors, &c. At, - - - - - Lot 3. Whelpmoore, &c. ----- See. El, - - - 100 Lot 4, Whelptnoore, &c. t, Tov/nmnorc, &c. F. a, - - - - - too J Lot 5. Whelpmoore, Sec. Fa,----- z Townmocrs, Ft,----- too J Lot Whelpmoore, &c F3, - - - - -
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Or, GENERAL WEE

Or, GENERAL WEE

INFIRMARY, March IQ, 1767. A GENERAL COURT of the Gover- Noan of IjrFiiistAßV, wrill on tlie Day erf April nm, :l Ten o’clock in the Forenoon; which Day all the Snbfcrihen-are particularly (IcAied to pay in their annual Subfeription for the enfuing Year, which then commence!. An
28 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To aßaimt iMayuay iic*>, THE HOUSE that Mrs Soi(bic now lives in, in Hanover-Sijuatc, Newcartle, confiftine uine good Fire-Uooms, ami

To aßaimt iMayuay iic*>, THE HOUSE that Mrs Soi(bic now lives in, in Hanover-Sijuatc, Newcartle, confiftine uine good Fire-Uooms, ami

very for Gentleman's Family.—Enquire at Mr I’etet Kullti's in the fame he L ET aguinji Miiy-day* AS T A L E with three Stalls, and a CELLAR, with Doors for letting Goods from the Keyfidc, both belonging the Houle now inhabited by Mr David Lamb. Alfo genteel front Room, either fo
28 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AtCHARLES ROBSON’s SHOP, The Sign of the Golden Key, in the CtijUi'-Gqrth, Sewcajile, may had, ready made up, VARIETY of

AtCHARLES ROBSON’s SHOP, The Sign of the Golden Key, in the CtijUi'-Gqrth, Sewcajile, may had, ready made up, VARIETY of

SUI of CLOATHS for GknTLemkn and Hoys, of fupcrfinc, yard-wide, and common Cloths, ail which are executed the beft Manner, and in the neweft Fafhlon. Like wife all S.orts of Cloth, Thickfcts, Fuflians, Vcl- Vercts, Slugs and Trimmings.—Alfo all Sorts of Men and Women’s Hole, or
28 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England