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23 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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23 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COUNT R Y-N E W S.

COUNT R Y-N E W S.

Salifiury, March 35 . At our Aflize, which ended on Thurfday, three Prifoners received Sentence of Death, . viz. William Jordan, for breaking open a Granary, and Healing eighteen Cheefes, and alfo for ftealing t Mare; George Smith, for Sheep*- ftealing; and John Evans, for Hoiif
28 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Mrs GARDENER RLtutus her mod fincere to her FR.IEKDS toi the man. f avoiiit ccnleil’d, and take* this Method to

Mrs GARDENER RLtutus her mod fincere to her FR.IEKDS toi the man. f avoiiit ccnleil’d, and take* this Method to

acquaint them, that rt.e continue, Iter Boarding School, in New Elvet, DURHAM; Where young are educated with the greateft Care, (with ptopet Allirtaiiti) inftinAed in the following 'tanc. .s, Reading, Wtiting, Aiiibmetic, Dancing, MuGc, Clear Starching, Orantng, Gilding, and Nee
7 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be S O L !>f

To be S O L !>f

L !> At the Shop of James Milne, James Milne, Ajun. near the Old Cnjinm-Hoiife, Newcaiik, Large PARCEL of viz. Silk, Silk and Worded, Cotton, Thread, Worded, Yam, die. coarfe Cloths Sailon Jackets and Trowfers, together with feveral other Articles, all good Condition. The Sale to
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be S O L by Autfion, Tue/Jay the of Morch in]}, htiwcai the Hours of Two and Four, at

To be S O L by Autfion, Tue/Jay the of Morch in]}, htiwcai the Hours of Two and Four, at

the Houje of Mrs Rudjlon, at the Head of Soutb-Shieldi, New SHIP, upon the Stocks, Bunlicn about 1 Keels Coals, with large Scantlings, and will be lit for cither Coal or Country Tradc. Any Perfon inclinable treat about the Ship before the Day Sale, may enquire at the Houfc of Mr
7 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
At the General Quarter of the Peace of our Lord the King, held at the City of Durham, in and

At the General Quarter of the Peace of our Lord the King, held at the City of Durham, in and

for the /aid County, the 14th Day of 'January, theJeventh Pear of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, King of Great-Britain, forth, before Sir Thomas Claviring, Bart. Sir John Eden, Bart. Robert Shaftoe, George Baher, Mark Milbatske, Jonathan Davijon, Efqrs, the Re
7 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Acre aTism *KT., dr«. are alfo taken MeO'. and Ni«!l. in ltelli S . for this Paper, are taken i‘«.

Acre aTism *KT., dr«. are alfo taken MeO'. and Ni«!l. in ltelli S . for this Paper, are taken i‘«.

_. * J *nd the Chapter and Mewcaflle Coffee-Houfei.
7 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SOLD by fub/ici -jcluntary Roup, Within the Mr t i"i/ilrt'r Vumfriet. open ti'tdnejdiij the %ih Day .Itril next, THE Whole

SOLD by fub/ici -jcluntary Roup, Within the Mr t i"i/ilrt'r Vumfriet. open ti'tdnejdiij the %ih Day .Itril next, THE Whole

WOODS growing upon the Estate of Af.morn ess, in the Of Kirkcudbright, confining of Oak, A(h, &c. The rrcmifics have already been infpedfed by a I’erfon of Skill, and it it computed there will be about Bolls of Bark.—Any Perfon inclining to snake private Bargain before the Day o
7 March 1767 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
R OG L R WOOD, Currier,

R OG L R WOOD, Currier,

R R WOOD, Currier, HAS taken Shop in the Colleos-Strclt, Bur St. Edmund's; where all Petfons who will oblige him with their Cullam m depend being forved in the hell Manner, and their p'avours gratefully acknowieJged, their humble Se.vant, Wool*. N. H. Tins is to acquaint Gentleme
7 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England