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©atuttia^ p©^C> ?? From the Whitehau, General, and j othtr Evening I Paters, Qpcj March ?? itf\-t ?? r CO UNT RT.,i'nE-W ?? Falmouth, March 10.' The oldeft Man Ilviiig in this Place does not remember' fuch a Storm as we had 'Yefterday. The greateft Part Ofthe Veflels in the Harbo
16 March 1759 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N, Ma/fh 15.

L 0 N D 0 N, Ma/fh 15.

Yefterday thfc. Marquis of Grahby, Lord Downe, &c. waited brt' his Majefty at St. James's, arid took their Leaves 'before they fet out for Germany. ' Several RegTipeftts, and three Battalions of Ebot- Guards, have received marching Orders. ■ Tuefday a great Numberof Men were emp
16 March 1759 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extraclofa Letter from Captain Harden, ■ ofthe Hornet.". Privateer, March 8.

Extraclofa Letter from Captain Harden, ■ ofthe Hornet.". Privateer, March 8.

Extraclofa Letter from Captain Harden, ■ ofthe Hornet ". Privateer, March 8. " On Tuefday Afternoon we made a Sail, to which we bore down, and lhe proved to be a French Cruizcr ; as foon as I found' what Ihe was, endeavour'd to get off, but to no Purpofe, fbi J it fklling. little
16 March 1759 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Leedes Intelligencer.

The Leedes Intelligencer.

TUESDAY, December ai, 1756. r Vol. 11l Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at NewStrett-End. N° 130. ; This PAt>ER my be feen EVE " v^Ei^rft^ mmw, ??
21 December 1756 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, Dts 7. We hear that Lord Forbes is to have the Command ofa Regiment n>w railing in thil Kingdom, which is to confift of izoo Men; mac Major Norman is to be Lieutenant- Colonel, and Peter Chefter, Efq; Major. On Wednefday there wa, thegreatefl Market for all -Kindt of Gra
21 December 1756 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Extract ofa Letter from Charles-Tovun in South- Carolina, dated October z. " The Beginning of laft Month eight ofthe Englifh Settlers upon Ogeachy in Georgia, having (as we arc told) fume of their H, rfes ftolen out of their Plantations by a few ftraggling Creek Indians, armed t
21 December 1756 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Cueftiap's post.

Cueftiap's post.

From the London Gazette* & Arrived the Mail from Flamders, but brings nothing Material. At the Court of St. James's, the i s th of December, Prefent the King' Snafi Excellent Metjefiy its Council. HIS Majefty in Council was this Day pleafed to declare his Grace John Duke of Bedf
21 December 1756 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SHIPS taken from the English.

SHIPS taken from the English.

The Roberts, from Cork to St. Kitts, is fent into Martinico. — A Ship, Name unknown, from Ferrol to Cadiz, is fent into Cadiz. —The liglington, Kirkwood, from Glafgow to Rotterdam, and Jenny, Hopkins, arom Jamaica for London, are fent into Dieppe. — The Poft Boy, Kelly, from Mal
21 December 1756 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

John Willins and Jofeph Smith, of Norwich, Wor- fted-weavers, and Copanners. — John Bingley, of Knot- tingley, Vorkftiire, Scrivener. — John May, of Bright- lirgfea, EiTex, Taylor.
21 December 1756 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
3LCC&OOJ December 21.

3LCC&OOJ December 21.

Lafi Saturday Night tbe Carcaffes oftwo Sheep werefiiz'd in our Shambles, (which probably bad been found dead ma Ditch) and burnt at the Market-Crofs, as unfit for Sale. ■ And on Sunday the Laws were put in Execution againfi Butchers, &c. felling any Thing on that Day, which we
21 December 1756 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England