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COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Chatham, July 6. Yefterday the firft Battalion of the Royal Welch Fuzilecrs came in, and marched up to the Ground marked out for them, where they en- camped ; and this Morning the Remainder of that Regiment came in, and encamped likewife : So that now three Regiments are encampe
8 July 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extraciofa Letter from Portfmouth, July 20.

Extraciofa Letter from Portfmouth, July 20.

" An Expedition is on Foot from this Port. It's allured that 10,000 Men will be embarked here very foon, under Convoy of nine Men of War, which are all here except the Burford, Capt. Young, which Ship is order'd here from the River as foon as poffible. Sir Edward Hawke's late Jo
22 July 1757 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
be Sold, to the heft Bidder, On Thurfday the Itft Day of July Inf. btfwtxt the Hears »f ftvt tni

be Sold, to the heft Bidder, On Thurfday the Itft Day of July Inf. btfwtxt the Hears »f ftvt tni

nine in rise tf tht feme Day, at tht Hetsft of Mr. George Walker, the Sign of the Spread Eagle, Hanging-ditch, Manchefter, failed to Conditions then and there It it predated, ONE Mefluage or Tenement called Locker's, in Loflmk, the Parifh of Bolton, in the County Lamajbtr and on
5 July 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
£ljip - Bern-

£ljip - Bern-

we hear, that fome Men of War are ordered to be got ready, to fail with the utmolt expedition to the Well, indies. This Morning the Eafl India Company received ad- vice ot the Arrival of their Ships Suffolk, Godolphin, and Houghton, from China, at Keith in Scotland. Tney met wit
5 July 1757 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Carmarthen, July 14. Lad Monday was commitcd to our Goal, by John Evans, Efq; Mayor, Watkin Morgan, of the Parilh of L'.anwrtyd in the County of Brecon, for uttering a great Number Counterfeit Thirty-fix Hulling Pieces and Moidorcs. Four Moidores and two of the Six-and-thirties
26 July 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
1. the Men of Air, Wood, Sign of sit Wheat Sheaff,. lOimskiik, ihi Couisty PaUttstt of Lancaflct, •* ThUtlday the

1. the Men of Air, Wood, Sign of sit Wheat Sheaff,. lOimskiik, ihi Couisty PaUttstt of Lancaflct, •* ThUtlday the

fi’Jt D»J »/ September mxt, bttwxl tht hour »/ three and fix "» 'hi fubjttl r* endi itn i then t* exhibited, AN Fftate of Inheritance in Fee Simple, called Mtfi-H»uft, late in the Pcfleflion Charles fi.uace Skj'tneifUale, io the laid County, tlie of j Mile* from fr*m Livesf ml,
19 July 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Captures, &c. by British men of war, &c.

Captures, &c. by British men of war, &c.

' London Gazette. U^^ e » Capt. Gwynn : The \, l' a '^ w 'cdi(h fhip, richly laden with v . otti Marfeilles, carried into Leg- * frec';,^ 3 ' 31 ' : Three privateers, d Dub St Maloes, 26 . ' en > the Comte de Herville, De, e ' r 'nc - Ux ' <5 guns and 180 men; ' i r ' Ur ' n > B
4 July 1757 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Gazette.

From the London Gazette.

Whitehall, July 5. The King has been pleafed to appoint the Right Hon. Henry Fox, Efq; Receiver and Pay mailer Ge« neral of all his Majclly's Guards, Garrifont, and Land Forces, prant unto h;s Grace Lionel Cranfield Duke of Dorfet, the Office of Conllable of Dover Callle, and Wa
9 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To THE PUB L tC K.

To THE PUB L tC K.

The following Letter (in my HaadiJ brought to my Office about Four o’clock the Afternoon, by Mr Stack, Clerk to Meflieuts Thompfon and Co. Printing-office, the Day it bears Date, will bed account lor Silence laft Saturday's Paper, and is follows ; White, ». 1717. S 1 a, WE recei
9 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
fcTung all ihe Orders, sod tilting Meulure ft# the vigorous Defence his Dominions, -the Landgrave is drawn with her Royal

fcTung all ihe Orders, sod tilting Meulure ft# the vigorous Defence his Dominions, -the Landgrave is drawn with her Royal

the hereditary incefc of HeffCj and her Family, from Caflcl. By a private Letter from Port R6yal in Jamaica, dated May we are iSKRSBJ, THaf theTWfirt Pteet'fome*Tf«»c expeited appear there, had taken another Rolte.'probJily for want of a. or being-in AVaat Proufions the latter o
16 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England