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F ' ef HATS, '■ BEGS Leave to acquaint his Friends, as well as the Publick in general, That he

F ' ef HATS, '■ BEGS Leave to acquaint his Friends, as well as the Publick in general, That he

i§ re- moved to a more commodious Shop for carrying on Bufmef-, oppofite all Saints Church, in the High- Street, OXFORD j where he makes Mens Beavers, Beaverets, and Ladles Riding Hats, wlute and black; plain or 1 uft j likewife Boys Hats, plain or ruft, in the neweft Fafliion :
14 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T» h S O L t>,

T» h S O L t>,

At tUe Shop Of JAMES and JAMES MILNt, neat Oic Old Cuftom-houfe, Newcaftle, Large QUANriTY of STOCKINGS, vfc. A Silk, Silk and Woifted, Cettoo, Thtcad, Worftcd, Tata, ic. Cotitc Clotb>, Sailor* JaCkeit and Tinrctai tOjeihtt with fetcial other Articles, all in food Condition. The
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
1# he SOLD.

1# he SOLD.

he SOLD. THE FARM of MONEY WS, in the JPatilb Carbarn, in the County of Northumberland, now theaDecupalion of MciTrs Matthew'bns, at the yearlv Kent of «41.— —-Fot further Patiicuiara, enquire Mr Joleph Oxley, Heatherllaw, who will (hew ih» Premifea. be SOLD, t» the hight/l Bidde
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tv kt SOLD, iffitkir vr in Ltm, rv tin ktft Bidder,

Tv kt SOLD, iffitkir vr in Ltm, rv tin ktft Bidder,

Tv kt SOLD, iffitkir in Ltm, tin ktft Bidder, On Thurfday the xtih Day of Match Inftaat, between the Hours Two and Four o'clock in the Afternoon, atebe Houfe of Mr George Kerr, known by t be Sign the Beehive in North Shields, Three freehold messuages «r DWELLING-HOUSES, with a St
14 March 1767 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be LETT at Michaelmas next.

To be LETT at Michaelmas next.

be LETT Michaelmas next. A FARM Chippenham, near Newmarket, contairfjng Ijs Acres of Arable Land, and zo Acres of Paflure, wish Right of Commonage and all other Conveniences. For further Particulars enquire Robert Bancroft at the Hull* AT the Rotai. Cockpit in Newmarket, on Thurf
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
VJ^4/v vUftf^PvvlWwll ..^v^kvvtyvtf •

VJ^4/v vUftf^PvvlWwll ..^v^kvvtyvtf •

VJ^4/v vU ftf^P v ?? ..^v^kvvtyvtf • ["Num. 6^6^r\ Edinburgh, Saturday March 14, 1767.
14 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Satur d a y, A larch 14, 1767.

Satur d a y, A larch 14, 1767.

what I have ail'erted above may be doubted of, bv Pcrio: who are not converfant in bufinefs of .his Kind, 1 \v;ll endeavour to explain this Affair, and (he.v that the Occupiers of tueie imall Farms are able to pay much more lor the fame Lands, than the Occupiers the arms are, or
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
1 N O C U L A T. I U N,

1 N O C U L A T. I U N,

1 N U T. N, Mr. JOHN FOX, u. Surgeon, at Dedh.sm, and Mr. JN, BARNARD, Surgeon, in Colchester, WHO have fitted up, a neat and genteel Manner, a large and com mol -un Houle Arui.eich inßliex, the Seat Sir Ralph CicfEdd. Gentlemen and Ladies be inoculated in Apartmtr.is, if J he Ge
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SUFFOLK. IPSWICH, Febrimry, 14., 1767. BAR'I'HROPf , Lirir*tr-Draper, begs Leave " » his Cultomeis ami o l»Cis, that ** removiH

SUFFOLK. IPSWICH, Febrimry, 14., 1767. BAR'I'HROPf , Lirir*tr-Draper, begs Leave " » his Cultomeis ami o l»Cis, that ** removiH

'o }.is ophite the in Frook -b et , >here to have the Continuance their Favours v.il! be thankfully acknowledged. N. Jc i.t laid in A foment ef Mubins, fiom “i*. Yard acs. where may be wholefile and retail on the loweit Terms,
14 March 1767 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
4 CQUN T R V NEW 5.

4 CQUN T R V NEW 5.

* Tori, March 16. Yefterday the firft Squa- dron of Lord Ancram ? s Regiment of Dra- goons, marched through Boroughbridge on their Way for Scotland. * Laft Week Thomas Hard-nan, who "m both dumb and deaf, was committed tot-hf- Caftie, on Sufpicion of being ?? to the Purder of a
14 March 1767 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England