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THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

From the London and Whitehall Evening-Potts,Even. - Adver. Since our lafl art-kid the Muds from Holland and Flanders. Prague, June 26. THIS Day died of the ‘Nounds he received in the Battle of the 6th of May, Maximilian Ulyires, Count Brown de Camus, Knight of the Orden of the G
19 July 1757 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
F K ' ') A i h I. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Florence, July 7. ON’ the Fifth anchored at Leghorn, hi*

F K ' ') A i h I. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Florence, July 7. ON’ the Fifth anchored at Leghorn, hi*

Britannick Majedy's Ship, Ambofcadc, and on the Sixth the Lvme, both fiom Admiral Olboro’a Fleet, which they left upon the of Provence. i.midtn, 'July 10. Since the Surrender of thi* City to the French, our Uomcdick Affair* arc tranfaAed a* in th-/Times of profound Peace, a very
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
QUARTO.

QUARTO.

Lncretius Havercamp : i, Vok Tacitus Grcnivii, 2 Vol. Juvenal and Ctis varior. Hora.ius Bentleii. Terentius pat Hate. Patrick and the Old 'loftalVlC.lt, ts Vol. OCTAVO. Univetfal Hiftoty, Vol. Hutch'iirou’s VVo.ks Vcl. Deba es in the Houfe of Consmons, Vol. The Books are in fine
2 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

THE good-accuftomcd INN, known by the Name of the Three Crowns with another Houle adjoining to the fame, and the Ground thereunto belonging, lying in Banbury in Oxfordlhire, and now lett unto Benjamin FetherAonc, for a Term of fourteen Years, (none of which are expired) at clear
9 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
From the MONITOR. J well-ordered and well-difciplined Militia, it effaitially nece/ary, to the Safety, Peace, and Pro/ferity of ihtt Kingdom.

From the MONITOR. J well-ordered and well-difciplined Militia, it effaitially nece/ary, to the Safety, Peace, and Pro/ferity of ihtt Kingdom.

Preamble to the Militia Act. a Nation is employed in the ffißHgUGg Execution of an AA of Parliament for the {BB6*Bl6® better ordering of the Militia Forces in the flSpi feveral Counties of England. 1 congratu- nlßr late thofe worthy Patriots, who contrived and fupported a Law fo
30 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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COUNTRY-NEWS.

COUNTRY-NEWS.

Carmarthen, July 14. Laft Monday was committed to our Gaol, by John Evans, Efq; Mayor, Watkin Morgan, of the Parilh of Llanwreyd in the County Brecon, for ottering great Number of counterfeit Thirty Six-Shilling Pieces and Moidores. Four Moidoves, and two of the Six and Thirties
23 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
J4C K S O

J4C K S O

16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

from the LONDON GAZETTE, June 2S. Whitehall, June 28. THIS Day the following Bills were patted at the Peers by Commillrn, viz. An Aft fur granting to His M petty fcvcral Rates and Duties upon Indentures, Lctfes, Bonds and other Deeds, and upon News Papers, Advertifements, and Al
5 July 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, June 28.

LONDON, June 28.

Extra ft cf a Letter from Jamaica, May 2 . * Capt. Youart in the Hardman is arrived from Anamabo, and brings Advice, that Capt. John Gordon, and moll of the Ships there, cfcapcd the French Men of War on that Coaft, a lucky Intelligence they received. The Fantyn, and fevcral othe
5 July 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Conclufion of the Extraft ofthe Mlll ti a ACT, begun.in our lafi Week's Paper.

Conclufion of the Extraft ofthe Mlll ti a ACT, begun.in our lafi Week's Paper.

Conclufion of the Extraft ofthe M l l l ti a ACT, begun in our lafi Week's Paper. Lieutenants and Deputy- Lieutenants fliall fettle the Number to be taken from each Hundred, or the Divifion of the County. They lhall then fubidvide themfelves, and three or more Deputies, or two De
8 July 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England