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D„ T N N R. A grand Enlertawunent was prepared upon this Occafton, to which the Deputation!! their High and

D„ T N N R. A grand Enlertawunent was prepared upon this Occafton, to which the Deputation!! their High and

Noble MigStirteQo, tevcral Officers, and other Dilhii&ion, were invited. When the h*l remain'd fome Time upon the Table, his moft Seicne H'ghnefs the Ptince Orange propoled the Health of the King of Great Britain, Soveieign of the Older, and Mr. Yirpre, drank the Kcpublick the U
8 June 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
AN' Y Prrfons that h»ve any Claim Df‘A«r«d ilx 4UKI& \»t9 .<« »« IH« ('curly i deftrcd flxrro# fo Rich«r«l

AN' Y Prrfons that h»ve any Claim Df‘A«r«d ilx 4UKI& \»t9 .<« »« IH« ('curly i deftrcd flxrro# fo Rich«r«l

Samite) Wycbe, La»» t and j|i rh»t a»e any inckbfad la)" B«r.j »miQ Wych»;, dcwtafctf, arc to yxy tlx f»m< fai.l R Wythe.
8 June 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Highncls gave the Word of Command himfelf, and feem’d highly pleafed at the performing their Excrdfe. ' EDINBURGH Ev. Courant,

Highncls gave the Word of Command himfelf, and feem’d highly pleafed at the performing their Excrdfe. ' EDINBURGH Ev. Courant,

June i. We hear from Dublin, that on a Complaint of the Officers of CoL Hopfon's Regiment, againft Capt. George Johnfton their Agent, the Colonel had appointed another in his Room but that Application having been made to the Lord Lieut, his Grace had directed a Board of GeneraV
9 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ry to thuscondemf to pafs their Time in Inactivity, waiting * the Arrival Of M . Neny ; for that

ry to thuscondemf to pafs their Time in Inactivity, waiting * the Arrival Of M . Neny ; for that

ry to thuscondemf to pafs their Time in Inactivity, waiting * the Arrival Of M . Neny ; for that able Negociator being appointed Srft Corfimiflary * of the Emprel's Queen they can nothing without him. a Report is current * that he will fet out (rem hence in lew Days, * * His Pre
9 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TttUkßbjtFt POST.

TttUkßbjtFt POST.

Pmmtht White Wall and the General EveHing Pop, tiff* Jm 16. Vie nna-, June lo« T_ fc Succefs of the Eleaion of a King of the Romans, in Favour of the Archduke Jofeph, is thought here to be fo fure, and fo near at Hand, that nothing can, humanly fpeaking, traverfe it; the Elector
12 June 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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11 June 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

From the Evening-Posts, &c. June 2. Teflerdav arrived the Mails from France and Holland. Lenient (a free Tort it: the Mediterranean Sett) ll*' M M Muy THE Mailer a French Ship arrived here from the Coaft < f Barbary inform us, that the el ell Son the Dey of Tunis has revolted ag
9 June 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TUESDAY'S POST.

TUESDAY'S POST.

Arrived a Mail from Holland. PirumiiHH, {Rogis) May it. OU R Miniftry labour to preferve Peace with the neighbourii-t-g Powers, and to maintain the Influ- ence which ihis Empire has acquired in the Affairs of Europe by its Dignity and Power. Toulon, {Franci ) May 23. The Ships w
13 June 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Some Memors of Mrs, ELLEN GWYNN.

Some Memors of Mrs, ELLEN GWYNN.

H)LLEK GWYNN, or GUYN, fo far appears to from all Accounts hitherto known, had Education at all. What we learn her is, that /he was born Night Cellar * , fold rilh'about Streets, rambled from Tavern to Tavern, entertaining the Company after Dinner and Supper v-ith Songs, (her \o
9 June 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tuesday Morning’s Post.

Tuesday Morning’s Post.

From the Evening-Posts, &c. dated June 6. ‘Paris, June c. WE have receiv’d Advice that the Frigate the Pomona, which failed fomc Time ago for the American Iflands, to protect the Navigation and Commerce the French Nation there, had taken in her Cruize four interloping Ships. Han
9 June 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England