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?? aosf ?? CLARKE and CASTLE, Mercers, In tht Corn-Market, in Oxford, HAVE Uid in a large AfTortmcnt of Silks,

?? aosf ?? CLARKE and CASTLE, Mercers, In tht Corn-Market, in Oxford, HAVE Uid in a large AfTortmcnt of Silks,

plain, ftriped, md flowered 1 a vaft Variety of printed Cottons, l.awns, and Cillicoei • with greit Choice of moft Article! in the Mercery, is well at Li. men and Woollen Dupery Bufinefi; which they are deter- mined to fell as cluap 11 in London. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Son cf the late
18 May 1771 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Jackfori $ OXFORD Journal.

Jackfori $ OXFORD Journal.

Tbis J o v m a l, though publijlxd on Saturday Morning, will always contain the mojl material Articles of Intelligence inferted in other Country Papers oh the Monday following. SATURDAY, May v, 1771. Number 941
11 May 1771 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
M A R X- L A M c. April t.

M A R X- L A M c. April t.

M A R X- L A M c. April t . We had a in-ladling fupply c. VVheat to day, yet •' _- fine fort fold rather dearer. Fine . -a._ e y fold rathe, d. _. ba; tafe "a-iferior lofts dull. Go»d pas- Malts went 0/T1 iiilv, ar.tl dearer; our consumer:, lcr.. 00 re mclii ?? *> buy. Beansand O
04 May 1771 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
-A. London, Saturday, May 18.

-A. London, Saturday, May 18.

?_r_^*£*3>)t3C~iBs Few days before the prorogati- _J§C ?? fc;l °^ t - ie p-^'iatnent, the ?? . Houie of Commons came to __f_ "*-*• __y. the following reiolutions on the V£ *te£ itate of the corn trade, viz. Cc W<f#>^E( ?? R - lolv£d - ' Tha: if the in-P 01 "" ?? ,aF *^ _r_*-*>sa
25 May 1771 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Z>- London, 'Tburfday M"ay 16.

Z>- London, 'Tburfday M"ay 16.

i. Francis S> Ires, Eki; itr .k._cd member of parliament for cjhafiibary, in th _ room i.l bir Ralph Payne, having carried it agaiail Mr. Mor- timer.-- J ohc Stewart, Efq; ol Mitchuti, in Sur- ry, ij elected member lor the borough, of Arundel. z. Lord Bute is expec-ed every d.iy
18 May 1771 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
KEWMARKET Second Meeting began Apnl aa, 1771.

KEWMARKET Second Meeting began Apnl aa, 1771.

MONDAY. • .£ SwecPftakes for 100 Gs. each, P. P. colts Bft. tlb. FsUies^ft. B. C. Ld Oflbry's Filly by Squirrel, 11 Sir ?? colt Otlando, 2; Ld Bolingbroke's Fifty Marianne, 3. Lord Farnham, Mr. Vernon, and Mr„ Waftellpaid. Mr. King's Filly by Match'em, beat bd Grofvenor's Filly
10 May 1771 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
with the black Cnmbnftibic, which is generated in the Bowels the Ranh, evident from the diftinguifhing Appellation for it among!!

with the black Cnmbnftibic, which is generated in the Bowels the Ranh, evident from the diftinguifhing Appellation for it among!!

us at prefent ; Coal, which is certainly not Saxon, and is as certainly Britifh, which mufl have Ixcn transmitted from the Briton* to the Sarons and us, and which (uhfifts among the IrifTi in their Gual to this Day And that the prime val Britons made L'fc of Coal in the Field, i
28 May 1771 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, May 14.

LONDON, May 14.

Kxtrjß of a Letter from Vienna, April xj. A Report prevails here, that the Emperor has declared to the foreign Minifters, That he cannot with indifferent Eye on the great Advantages which the Ruffians have gained over the Ottomans; and that he rtfolved make life of his Forces to
21 May 1771 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEEDS, May 7

LEEDS, May 7

?? H E Lancafliirc militia will be em- H » ■ bodied at iVliincheiter, on Friday ?? ' y* next the loth inftant, in order to <j3*?> pei form their annual exercife. Sir George Savile's regiment of militia, is to affemble in this town, on Monday next ; as is alfo Colonel Jolliffc's
07 May 1771 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, May 7.

LONDON, May 7.

Thurfday came on in the Upper AlTcmbl*,', the order of the day for the Jecond reading of the Chefter Navigation Bill, The title of the Bill being read, the Duke of Hridgwater prefented a Petition again It it, fliewing thedamage it would occafion to his Canals, if fucli a Bill (h
14 May 1771 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England