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MOND AYU POST.

MOND AYU POST.

MON D AYU POST. Fremtht Whitehall andthe Genera* Evening Pop, &c. June 27. Extra ft of a Letter from Amfterdam, June 16. . * 4 ""|"" s IS faid that her Royal Highnefs the Cover* * J nante will, in a fhort Time, preftnt to the ' States General a Nomination of three Lords, for * th
26 June 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

York, June 23. They write from Carlifle, that the Fortifications there are in exceeding good Order; and the Roads making from thence and. Newcaftle into Scotland are in great Forwardnefs. The fame Letters fay, that the Forces in Lancafhire are ordered to march into Scotland. Wor
26 June 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NEWCASTLE RACES.

NEWCASTLE RACES.

On Monday the 22d of June, Fifty Pounds was run for by five Year Olds, and won by ■ Mr. Forftcr's Tom Trufty, I 0 1 Mr. Tilly's Chefnut Horfe, ■— 2 0 2 The firft Heat was rvcti within half a Length, the fecond Heat could not be determined, the third Heat was run within half a Ne
26 June 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, May 26. It is faid, that in confequence' of Warrants lately iffued* feveral Perfons have been taken up and committed to Fort William, on Sufpi- cionof their being concerned in the Murder of Mr. Campbell, of Glenure, particularly one . Allan Breck Steward, a French Cad
5 June 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

- from the Evening-Posts, See. May 26. Teller day arrived Tie Mails from Trance and Holland. Lisbon, (the Metropolis of ‘Portugal.) Max 1. THE King has been much with the l)i fireflies which the Inhabitants Aveira have undergone by frequent Earthquakes and Inundations, that he g
2 June 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY NEW S.

COUNTRY NEW S.

jllnwi k, I C). Lafl Night a ire began Rock-Hall, near this Town, foimerly the Seat of Prorftor, but now tenanted by farmers, which entirely the lame; and fome the Families narrowly, that nothing but their Fhirts upon their Backs. ’I is (aid have been occafioned by a under one o
1 June 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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8 June 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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29 June 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
HISTORY.

HISTORY.

PRivate letters from Constantinople bear, that the foreign merchants there have propofed to the Grand Vizir to eftablifh free port in the Arabian gulph, and alio to make Alexandria in Egypt a free port; and that the Vizir, judging this would of great advantage to the commerce of
1 June 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
22. At her houfe of Edinglaflie, Aberdeen 1 in the 4Jth year of her age, Margaret (-'ran . wife of

22. At her houfe of Edinglaflie, Aberdeen 1 in the 4Jth year of her age, Margaret (-'ran . wife of

Alexander Stewart of Edinglaffie, to the Signet. She was the only child C ran (ton of Glen, and Mrs Jean Murray, c daughter of Sir Archibald M urray of Blackl' 3l 24. Leith, in the 82d year of her age, 1 Magdalene Scot, relidt ot Sir William ice Kinrols. [306.] « 29. At Blair-Dr
1 June 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland