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ROBERT PRYCE,

ROBERT PRYCE,

Chemill and Druggilt, at the Sign of the Still, in Shop-Latch, Shrewfbary, REturns his fincere Thanks to the Gentlemen of the Faculty, and the Public in general, who have honoured him with their Favours fence hit firft Commencement in Bufineft : Begs Leave to inform them, that h
14 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold,

To be Sold,

On Monday the ld of April, at the Houle of Samuel Stesenfon, at Errton-Hall, in the Parilh of Malpas, and County of i..hefter,_ „ALL the Houfhold Furniture, togethcr rith all the Live Cattle, confdling of Cows, Young Heifers, Horfes, Swine, as like% tie Waggons, Carts, Plouvhs,
28 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
d We are informed that • been lately fent to Lancader rev- fouling a young woman in Eccleftcn, wbo was

d We are informed that • been lately fent to Lancader rev- fouling a young woman in Eccleftcn, wbo was

with child by him, to drink fome liquor and cat one of the three apples he gave her; but before the expired (in great agonies) are told the fait, and the other two apples found in her pocket, were proved, upon examination , to contain poifon. Tuefday lall died at Liverpool, Mrs.
7 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
OXFORD, March 25

OXFORD, March 25

Articles of Subfcription for tbe Support of thi Musicai Society-, frtm Lady-Day 1769, to Lady-Day 1770. I. There wi be a Cnnfcert of Vocal and Ifl- flrumental Mufic every Monday Eveaing, except in the Month of September. 11. The Price of Subfcriptinn, One Guinea; for which every
25 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
npO be 80/,Dby AUCTION, on Monday |J. tl_ ijth of Maicli, 17C9, ard the fc-owing Lays, 1 .BrHENRYHILLtrf Martborough, All

npO be 80/,Dby AUCTION, on Monday |J. tl_ ijth of Maicli, 17C9, ard the fc-owing Lays, 1 .BrHENRYHILLtrf Martborough, All

the. Hquflreld Coedt, Furn-t-rc, and Ffffea. of Mr. Edv/ard Biggs, at the King s Head in Crencellu, in the County of lilouceller, (wlio il loing to ?? the Piil.lickßal.ntf>, aad reiidc at bit HouA- at ?? — Confifting of Half-ttflar ami 1 our-oli •Hvdltarw,-; wnli Copper platt, C
4 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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LONDON, March 2

LONDON, March 2

Whitehall, Feb. zB. The King has been pleafed to prefent John Rofs, D. D. unto the Twelfth Prebend, founded in the Cathedral of Chrift and the Blefled Virgin Mary, in Durham, void by the Promotion of Edmund Law, D. D. late Prebend thereof, to the See of Ctrlifle ; and in his Maj
4 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Jadfons OXFORD Journal.

Jadfons OXFORD Journal.

This Journal, though publijhed on Saturday Morning, will always contain the rnejl material Articles of Intelligence inferted in other Country Papers on the Monday following. Number 828. SATURDAY, March n, 1769.
11 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
7» Ae ’SOL> Di

7» Ae ’SOL> Di

7» Ae T , HE MANOR or reputed MANOR pf Wiiich4m-h*ll, A. in the partlh of wiiichafb', Stul county Cumberland, with the appuhenancef, fituate about three mile* from the market town of Bootle, and about eight mile* ftsMi RavengtaA, confiding the capital Maafipnhonfe called Whichain
11 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
7« iht PRINTER.

7« iht PRINTER.

7« PRINTER. THE gentlcracn who hare afloeutcd under the title of Suffortm cf lit JiUI if Migili, and have adverdfed to meet the London Taveru, in order to confuk proper for fuppoging and defending right* and libcrtie> of the people, and dedted die encouragement and afiilhiice of
11 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
sow. cut JHUkg COyBR S Cdi’t, in CitJlct-le-firnt, at nr grim ,s the fir rant. The famod* hieh-bted BAT HORSE.

sow. cut JHUkg COyBR S Cdi’t, in CitJlct-le-firnt, at nr grim ,s the fir rant. The famod* hieh-bted BAT HORSE.

.A U S T I N A C O. He wm cot Rcgultu, hi* dam Snip, hie jnaiUai Goliah, hit granaim by Paitner, and the ether part of hi* peditree it uadeniably-good. It wa* thought, 'if he had not ftllrn lame (after heating Mr -Carr"i Nejro, and Mr Halt'* Nimrod, when four year* old, at New<M
11 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England