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It LETT »txt cTraHE well accuftomcd Inn in Chefter]e ft teet, known by the Name the WHITE sp— HART i with about *0 Acte* of good Ma* now G sou no, alt nowin the PofTellion of Richard Joplin And Land Hat- tat on, in the Paiifh of Chefter aforefaid. con'ifting ot Aiaolv*, .>Veado*.
3 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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7 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
f . This Day was performed befcre his Maicftv A-Vm* ODE, for the NEW YEAR January the ift, ?? Strcphe.

f . This Day was performed befcre his Maicftv A-Vm* ODE, for the NEW YEAR January the ift, ?? Strcphe.

StiH mult the Mufe, indignant, hear The clanging Trump, the ratline car, And ufher in each opening year ° With groans of death, an d founds of War ? OV Weeding millions, realms 6pprefs*d. \ The tuneful mourner finks diftrefs'd, Or breathes but notes of woe : And cannot Gallia le
3 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
YARMOUTH, Dec. 21.

YARMOUTH, Dec. 21.

On Monday Morning, about Three o'Ciock, twesty-eighr French Prifoners efcaped out of our Prifon, by undermining Part of the Prifon and Row adjoining, and- made their Way iiito a Stable, from whence the whole would have got away, had they not been difecvered by fome of our Watchm
3 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
?? notice 10 fjerety ®foett, THAT at the POT-HOUSE near CRICH, in the County oi DERBT, there will be a

?? notice 10 fjerety ®foett, THAT at the POT-HOUSE near CRICH, in the County oi DERBT, there will be a

Sale of all Sorts of Houfhold Goods, Husbandry Geer, Qyick rmd Dead Stock, and a large Quantity of Wood wrought up, for all Kinds of Husbandry Ules ; to begin on Twfdny the Twentieth Day of this Inftanr January, at Nine in the Forenoon, and to continue till all be fod. To be SOL
2 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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' * *IAG 8 ' > filter of the preient Earl of Williams, Bt, najor in te '«o(j' v Vilconntels-dowager

' * *IAG 8 ' > filter of the preient Earl of Williams, Bt, najor in te '«o(j' v Vilconntels-dowager

1 January 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Wear rufTs or gauze—. But let your Rather to (hew too little than too much- _ , As for your

Wear rufTs or gauze—. But let your Rather to (hew too little than too much- _ , As for your

valour here my lips I clofe Let thole who have prov'd it ea your foes. . Your morals, church, and Jlate, are dill But foft prophetic fury fills my mind! I lee thro' time Behold a youthful hand* Holding the lcep.re of this happy land; J Whole heart with juftice, love, and virtue
1 January 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Monday, Jamiary §, 1761. The poft from Lon- don, due on Saturday, did not arrive till yefterday, which prevented our publication till this morning. Extraifl of a letter from London, Dec. 30. ?? Prince Ferdinand of Brunfwick has, by pro- clamation, oftered a premium of 100 ducate
3 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High water at Leith.

High water at Leith.

Moon fets. Morn. Even. Moon's age.H. M. H. M H. M. Monday 1 19 j S Morn. .-.8 1 1 14J 1 *9 Tuefday | i| o ooj z 4I * 3°
3 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraa of a letter from Cafei, Dec. 11.

Extraa of a letter from Cafei, Dec. 11.

Extraa of a letter from Cafei, Dec. 1 1 . At length our deliverance is at hand. The French troops that were in garrifbn here marched out yefterday for the country of P'lilda. Several Frencn piquets are polled in the neighbourhood of Wolfsanger, and Rothendettmold, who will proba-
5 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland