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Jackfoth OXFORD Journal.

Jackfoth OXFORD Journal.

This Journal, though publijlxd en Saturday Morning, will always contain thr mofl material Articles cj Intelligence inferted in ether Country Papers on the Monday following. Number 835. SATURDAY, April 29, 1769.
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Xuertap'ff lOoftc

Xuertap'ff lOoftc

Xuertap'ff ?? Arrivti tbe Mails from Holland and Flandtrs. Hamburgh, April 14. JfC. _f _f«J ?? Letters from the Frontiers W( it- * ?? °* * r>o " iU '-"> dated the 7th of thir, Jk o pi Mont * 1 ' adv ?? *•■■•• tlic ?? -»A * ?? *\A derate* nave rendered tliem- !2iir a> ar-aC Mves M
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Monday May 1.

Monday May 1.

I W don. « °wing bills £ °n, viz. Si ? r ing to his MarT fum ' mentioned, he 'l for . P«fent year. ,oned » for ,y n .S cer tain monies, therein /Hill Purpofe. lottS Q 78c,0001. to be raifcd to the fervicc of 1769. f eVf . , ln ' amend reduce into a. laws relating to the mife* id
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the PRINTER. SIR, TF you think the following letter, which was lately wrote by a failor to his wife, worthy

the PRINTER. SIR, TF you think the following letter, which was lately wrote by a failor to his wife, worthy

place in your paper, you have free liberty topublifh it. A, JsJ v Fromon the Britannia at the Dr.\R Rose, Hope, April 18, QTNCE our new admiral hoilled his flag - O board, all our fhip's company have fared much better than could be expected, confidering the vad quantities of the
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HAN. THO M PS ON, Milliner,

HAN. THO M PS ON, Milliner,

HAN. THO M ON, Milliner, Hdviag tftati Sm hr tit Maxk iT-rt Ac*, Durium, , Begt Leave It her FfinJt, rpHAT is juft arrived from London, with a frefli 1 MILLINERY and LINEN. DRAPERY GOODS, which the propofc* to fell, at the mod teafonable prices; and all Ladle', who ptcafe to nbno
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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J> London, &c. ThurfcLy, April- 1. TuHilay a Court Al.lcrrnfii war held OiilJhall, and the Opinions of the Council relaiivc to the i .n Mr. Wilkes, an AMcrman of Farringdun Ward Without, were laid hefore t^eni; when it apj>eared, that the Attorney General, Solicitor. General, the
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
D VERTISEMENTS. [OHN DALMAHOT in Canongare, E- Kjoburgh, returns his molt gratefui thanks lo Je noblemen, gentlemen, end others who

D VERTISEMENTS. [OHN DALMAHOT in Canongare, E- Kjoburgh, returns his molt gratefui thanks lo Je noblemen, gentlemen, end others who

have .pleated to favour him « ith their commands ; fLL leave to inform tiie public, thai he makes jjfdls WOMENS LASTING SHOES ol difFe- (qualiiies, at mod reafonablc prices. He flill totes to make and fell Waggon, Cart, and c'cgh Harness, in ihe ncateft and ftrongeft br; likewif
29 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Servants i« the Houle will (hew the Premifes

The Servants i« the Houle will (hew the Premifes

For further Particular, enquire the Hon. Mr. Ki Stratton-Street, Piccadilly, London or Mr. John Shave, Uookfeller, in Ipfwich. N.B. The Furniture, with the Garden-Tools, Cam, See. (if approved of) to be taken at a fair Appraif tnrnt. # * The Cellars and Vaults exceeding good.
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be LET immediately.

To be LET immediately.

be LET immediately. AH O U S E and SHOP, .with Lofts, Cellars, and other good convenieneici, fitaate in the Side, in N'cwcaftle, now in the Occupation Mr Hanlon. . Alf) to be LET oxainfl Lammas next, TWO Large WAREHOUSES, fituate in Bewick’s r.ntiy, in thcClofc. or' Mr John Smith
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

be SOLD, Friday the Sth 'tf May, at three o’clock in the afternoon, at the Turk's Head, in Kcveajile, A PARCEL of OAK and ASH TREES, Handing -tL Wylam, and Wylam Wood, now marked and numbered, and which will be diewn Mr Thompibu, Steward, To be SOLD to the higheji Bidder, the Hot
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England