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Dublin, 03. 28. We hear from Carriekfergus, that on Sunday lalf as the Great Cannon of that Place was firing, on Account of its being the Annivcrfary of his Majcfty's Coronation, one of the Cannon which was loaded with Wadding, burlt, and killed the Matrofs who fired it, and two
6 November 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
THE.NEWCASTLE COURANT.

THE.NEWCASTLE COURANT.

THE NEWCASTLE COURANT. SATURDAY, Noyestfor\ MdCcvi, No. 3070. Printed and fold by John White, at his ?? Office Ih Tilgrim-ftreet 9 Newcajlle upon Tyne.
4 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, October i 8

LONDON, October i 8

Extraft of a Letter from Amfttrdam, oft. 1 1. " You muft not be furpriaed, Sir, that I fo frequently mention to you the Affairs of Turkey: They are at this Time the grand Subject of the moft ferious Converfation, efpecially fince the Talk of the Election of a King of the Romans
4 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PRICKS or CORN it S 1a 11 n r

PRICKS or CORN it S 1a 11 n r

PRICKS or CORN it S 1a 1 1 n r Wheat • - its. to 3 is. per Quarter. Parley. - 14s. to 17s. per Quarter. Oits i - lis. to 14 s. per Quarter.
4 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Te the P R I N T E R, fcfr

Te the P R I N T E R, fcfr

SIR. By g'»i n g *he following Piece a Place In your Conram, you will doubtlefs oblige feveral among the great Variety of your Readers, as well as your humble Servant, 7> ?? , Efq; im Love with Mift , bmt wanting Cemrage to make bit Declaration. Am EPISTLE. SAY, Ptdre, what ill-
11 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
txtr.::7 if a Later from a foreign Minifter at Paris, dated.November 6.

txtr.::7 if a Later from a foreign Minifter at Paris, dated.November 6.

txtr.::7 if a Later from a foreign Minifter at Paris, dated November 6. pifcord increafcs every Day more than other in this C-'ty, an I is gradually fpreading itfelf into moft of the Pro- v.'nces of thckingJom, whete the People begin to take Party 3ga>'ult the Cletg\, who aie oft
25 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, November 21

LONDON, November 21

According to a private Letter from Paris, a Refolution is faid to be taken of reviving the Office of Prime Minifter, and the Keeper of the Seals, it is hinted, will be the Man; in which Cafe he is to be Chancellor, but is to lay down his other great Employment of Comptroller Gen
25 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To the P I K. S R. f Sometimes turn over your Papers, fin*.! rruc Account Affairs from you, accord

To the P I K. S R. f Sometimes turn over your Papers, fin*.! rruc Account Affairs from you, accord

in to the old Proverb, that Children and, Pools tell Truth. But looking on the Paper the September lath* 1 was furnrized at what you there let forth at the Foot of your Account the Imports from, and Exports to, France, viz. That by thofe Calculations we ma\ fee the great Alterat
14 November 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
advertise en t s. be Sold, together cr in • Parcels . A Capital Mefliuge,(fit lor Gentleman's Family) fituate in

advertise en t s. be Sold, together cr in • Parcels . A Capital Mefliuge,(fit lor Gentleman's Family) fituate in

Macclesfield , in the County Chefief with convenient Out-Uffices and Buildings, Garden and five Clol'es, (lying directly behind the Hoali) containing together Chefhire Acres Land and upwards. And twofmall Dwelling Houles and (near to the Capital Mefiuage) all which Premil'es Tho
14 November 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Xhc Begin* ; »• Hof*, the Lord F,.uland. • '* in France, vififed Engl .u ,r. n vat thought to

Xhc Begin* ; »• Hof*, the Lord F,.uland. • '* in France, vififed Engl .u ,r. n vat thought to

be expiring of Fever his Phyficians and Friends being deftitute of all Hopes of his Recovery. He had taken great Quantity of the Bark, which, far from doing him Service, appeared to very prejudical to him. this time he rattled in the Throat, was very much delirious and infenfibl
28 November 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England