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Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From the Evening-Posts and Daily Papers, July 14. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, July 7. THE Chridian, Rutherford, arrived at Leith Vederday from Ko. nglhcrg, with Flax, Adics, See. was taken on Friday lad off St. Aob% Head by French Privateer, »nd ranfomed for Guineas. Greenock, July 5.
19 July 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Ketocnflle, July 9. On Tuefday lad Barley and Bigg fell 6s. in a Load at Penrith in Cumberland, being a full fourth Part of the felling Price the Week before ; Oat' alio tell a fourth, or 7 m a Load, and other Grain conliderably. So fine a Seafon has feldom been known here the r
19 July 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Toulon, June zi. Letters from the Groyne, of the Bth Infl. inform us, that the Ship Amphion, of fiourdeaux, having

Toulon, June zi. Letters from the Groyne, of the Bth Infl. inform us, that the Ship Amphion, of fiourdeaux, having

put in at Port Muros in Spain, was brought away in the Night time Englilh Privateer, though at Anchor under the Citadel. Her Cargo is computed worth above Million of Livres. Pans, July i. Orders are fent down to Brefl to fit out in all Hade four Ships of the Line and two Frigate
16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
as well as thofe of ....L.-a Netherlands, were going bin were immediately prebe Magidrates for this intended Zeal and Loyalty:

as well as thofe of ....L.-a Netherlands, were going bin were immediately prebe Magidrates for this intended Zeal and Loyalty:

Bat in fered to gite fulLSwing to that brave Prince, the Go. ney had no more Meafures to terdam inform us, that the French Conduit of the Court of Portat; - -:1, whore Goods arc confifcated, and I,,caui.. ;hat Bailiff has been long entirely at.r..-.e. He ailed agreeable to the M
19 July 1757 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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ExtraS of a Letter from Portfmouth, dated July 1 1 . " This morning failed the Harwich, Capt. Rowley, and the Biddeford, Capt. Hood, who hate orders to open their inflruclions in a certain latitude. " Saturday his Majfelty'i' Ship Somerfet of 64 Gum, Capt. Hughes, failed for Nov
19 July 1757 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Count cp - Mew.

Newcafile, Ju/yg. ON Tuefday laft Barley and Bigg fell 6 s. in a Load at Penrith in Cumberland, being a full fourth Pint of the felling Price the Week before ; Oats alfo fell a fourth, or 7 sin a Load, and other Grain con- fiderably.
19 July 1757 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Letters advife, that Admiral Coates, with the Marlborough of 80 Guns, the Lyme of 40, and the Hornet Sloop of 14, and feveral Merchant-Men under Convoy, arriv'd the 4th of May at Antigua. Theie Letters add, there were then on the Coatt of Jamaica, tec. 1 2 Ships of War, viz. one
19 July 1757 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Authentic Advices from Bohemia now fay, that the Advantage of the Andrians, in the late Battle with his Pruffian Majerty,

Authentic Advices from Bohemia now fay, that the Advantage of the Andrians, in the late Battle with his Pruffian Majerty,

it nothing near Co was at 6rft reprefented : The Prullian Army collefted themfelves in good Order in the Sight of the AuHrians very fmall Dillance from the Field of Battle, and afterwards retired without Moleftation, the Aullrians not being in a Condition to purfue them.' 'The f
16 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The Lee d e's. Intelligencer,

The Lee d e's. Intelligencer,

The Le e d e's. Intelligencer, TUE S D A'tT I^l9, 1757. Printed by GRIFFITH Wj_ I (jfa T, at Nvm-Street-End. [ Vol. IV. ] N° 1.5 9-
19 July 1757 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

foreign intelligence. (ill the Low Countries) July 2. - public Rejoicings made h?re the Day before Yefter& °\'r> tlie l?CC€^» wcre fuifable c Great nefs the vet it. The w €fefuil Bonfires, f^e Houfes illuminated Top Bottom. Aout Eleven at fa grind n Firework was played in the gr
18 July 1757 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England