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Jackforis OXFORD Journal.

Jackforis OXFORD Journal.

Tbis Journal, though ?? on Saturday Morning, will always contain tbe mojl material Articles of Intelligence inferted in other Country Papers on the Monday following. Number 855. .SATURDAY, September 16, 1769.
16 September 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, Septemher 15.

LONDON, Septemher 15.

Triva f e Letters from Paris, which arrived this D.iy, mention, an had been received there, that Prince Gallitzin has b;*ei> obliged to raife thp Siege of Choc/im, with t! c L"ls of the greatett Par of his Artillery, and that he had rc- paffed the Niefler, and was purfuc.d bythe
16 September 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TWICE a WEEK, Marches -an J Cambridge STAGE WAGGONS. CE T out from the Co..char.d Horfcs, in Deanfgale, Manchejhr, every

TWICE a WEEK, Marches -an J Cambridge STAGE WAGGONS. CE T out from the Co..char.d Horfcs, in Deanfgale, Manchejhr, every

Saturday and Wed ref day Evening for Sheffield, Rotherham, Mansfield, Newark, Lincoln, Grjr.th.sm, Stamford, Peterborough, Wantinga°n, and Cambridge. Goods and Paflcngcrs are Ipcedily conveyed to and from al! Parts of the Counties of Line. ln, Rut land, Northampton, Hmiingdon, C
5 September 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To Sold by Au£Uon, At the of Mrs. Nixon, the Sign of the Queen Head, in Macclesfield, the County of

To Sold by Au£Uon, At the of Mrs. Nixon, the Sign of the Queen Head, in Macclesfield, the County of

Cliclter, on Vtdncfday lie th Day of (Xloi>er next, at o'Cl'.ck in the Afternoon, fihjefl to Juch Conditions as Jhall be then and there produced. Lot iß,’T' F. Fee-Simple and Inheritance of all that *■ autiem and wcll-accuftomcd Inn, known the Name the Queen's-Head atorefaid, to
19 September 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, September 23.

LONDON, September 23.

It confidently laid, that a very confidcrablc Sum was paid by otic Cc.nt to another, at concludin''tlu Peace, i .„liniuiji. ,/«-;« Monti, which, tho’ not after ing the Property, evades the Nature of l.t*c Charge. i: has been thrown out the) Friends Miniflry, with a View which ma
26 September 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The following BOOKS and MEDICINES are fold by the Printer thit Paper, And may be of the Men who carry

The following BOOKS and MEDICINES are fold by the Printer thit Paper, And may be of the Men who carry

the fame. London, Kovtnitr to, appointed Joseph Harrop, Printer, in * Manchejier , Agent for the Sale of my MEDICINES in that Town and Places adjacent, and other Places where his News-Paper Circulates : All Shopkeepers and others, in the County of J.,n-cajler, may lie fupplicd w
26 September 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Notice is riven, * T tie Card Cn*?!*:'* CoTef* HouTc, in M.inJefler, avill Tbn iSih Stplea'cr, t?6f. and continued c'.l.cr

Notice is riven, * T tie Card Cn*?!*:'* CoTef* HouTc, in M.inJefler, avill Tbn iSih Stplea'cr, t?6f. and continued c'.l.cr

Tl:irjJjy Kvcning, during die A’, inter
26 September 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Aylefbury, Sept. 12, 1 769. A very numerous and General Meeting of the County was holden here this Day, puifuant to a Summons by the Grand Jury at the Summer Aftizes. A n Oppofiiion had been much talked of; but as nothing lefs than the Houfe of Commons can metamorphofe a feeble
22 September 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TO A ST S.

TO A ST S.

* •rhe Kirfg and Royal Family. Reftoration to the Rights of Freeholders. ! The glorious Minority who fupported thofe Rights in the Houfe of Commons. Earl Temple. | Mr. Hampden, the Chairman, and Mr. Aubrey, who moved the ßemonftrance and Petition. ! Earl Verney, the Freeholders
22 September 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
$aima)?'<_ poff.

$aima)?'<_ poff.

?? poff. Aykfbury, Sept. 14, 1769. PRO MAGNA CHARTA, the antient and 'fei- nted Motto of our Lord Lieutenant, Baron le, Defpencer, has fet this whole Country on Fire ?? and it appears happily for this Kingdom, that the Words are deeply engraven in the .Hearts of every honeft Elef
22 September 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England