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LONDON, March it.

LONDON, March it.

If ?? |ncrewa« a great Levee, andaf' forwards a Cabinet Council, at St. James's, $ which the great Officers of State aflifted. ;" We hear that the Earl of Chatham has had the Honour fince his Arrival in Town, of tjirce "private Conferences with his Majefty at $c Queen's Palace.
14 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, 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
 
The _> OW E R /DRINKING

The _> OW E R /DRINKING

in a itory ot Sir Thomas More, when' he was Ambaflador from King Henry VIII. tc the Emperor. THE morning he was to have an audience he called for a bumper of lack ; drank it, and a?ked for another ; the fervant would have ?? ed him from it,but he could not. He drank that ofT and
14 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
T* be SOLD.

T* be SOLD.

THE extenfive Manors of Kiaav-cuM-WiriamoHAU, artd Kiaav Bsoon, in County of Norfolk, with thsir Royalties, Rights, ami Anptirtenances, and f '/litry in the River Yare, and alfo the bemenfe Lends thercie belonging, the whole bemg of the yearly Value of 3Jjl- |J. The above are pl
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be SOLD by Auction,

To be SOLD by Auction,

SOLD by Auction, Mr. zar Blundell, the Gr bv Bury . d’s, t-SDAY tlic Day April next. A FARM Walsh i.e Willows the County a. j conlillitrg Dwelling-Houfe and all other convenient iTarus, Stables, Ncat-houle, and ■ ther «ccedary Buildings good Repair, the greater parr new-built tog
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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SXUWMV'S INlft.

SXUWMV'S INlft.

* tfOR-S'lG-N AFFAIRS Jj Teprday arrived the Mails ff tin HbU-WiW^J ! tiaiiders. Naples, Telrmry > 3. ?? JOf I?ew Da > rs a s° t]ie a »i^ I pjjj A ££&. Ambaflador's Coach by Ac- «ir a Ty ran againft' the Che- j 5J# A/W3 valier Fardel Ji, an Officer, JkH ** IoS w *te thereupon g
14 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Is Ot SOLD,

Is Ot SOLD,

Ot SOLD, TWO Hundred and TwentyKS, and One Huudicd aud fuuneen ASH TRIES, ftaadiug at Lougactes and Bainflcy Lane, in Chapel(y of Lamelley.— Enquiie at Raveufwoiih Caftle. bo SOLD, thi hightfl B'ddtr, At the Houfc of Mr John loCle, Innkeeper, iffth'e High Street, Sunderland, Wcdn
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
7> b, SOLD,

7> b, SOLD,

b, SOLD, THE STOCK in TRADE, of Woollen D sap Kit, confining neat and regular AlTofiment Seconda and iotetiot Broad Clotha, fine and infetiot wines, Hunrets Clorhs, Marble Ditto, German Sergei, Cot* tos Velvets, Velvetets and Tbickleis, Jeancts and Fuflians, Bait , n Strap*, Shal
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
y l. London, &c. Saturday, March 7. ■IE Council, held one in Bond-eirtet, i: Did, broke very abruptly, and, indeed,

y l. London, &c. Saturday, March 7. ■IE Council, held one in Bond-eirtet, i: Did, broke very abruptly, and, indeed,

aitnoil in confufion ; and it is pai ticulariy cfl'ured, that late Proceedings two high Ohifcrs, were moil Icvcrclv animadverted up'on. »t Did that by late Computation, the Trade betw •. Portugal and England, the late Peace, feared) to 2oo,ccoi. favour the latter. 5/. Jamti's Ch
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
By J. R O T H E R A M. M. D.

By J. R O T H E R A M. M. D.

SUBSCRIPTIONS, Half Guinea each, are inken t| Mt Charn!e]r and Mt Slack, Bookrellers, acd Mi Hawihom V'S'chmaker, in Newcaftle. The Tickers irsnrfei»ble> The •hole Couife will be finilbed in aboui ten The Fxpetiinenis will be very numerous, manv of them new andhigblt eniettainin
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England