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15 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TURKEY

TURKEY

Constantinople, Hon: 10. The Peftilencc, from which we had been free thcfe feverr.l Months paft, has juft broke out again in the Suburb of Pera. This is chiefly attributed to the warm Weather we had laft Month.
1 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
7. A French frigate, of 30 guns li and 9'pounders and 220 men, that was convoy to eight or ten

7. A French frigate, of 30 guns li and 9'pounders and 220 men, that was convoy to eight or ten

large tranfports, bound to Martinico, is taken and brought into Plymouth, after a fmart engagement, by the Sea. horfe and Unicorn men of war ; the Scahorfe engaged her firft, and was greatly damaged 5 afterwards, the Unicom for fome time, who took her. Capt. Young, who commanded
26 January 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH CAPTURES.

BRITISH CAPTURES.

'T' He Hornet floop has taken fmall French pri» vateer of eight guns, and carried her into Ply* mouth. 2. The Content, firooks, from London to Seville, was. taken by a French privateer, and the Saltafh, and (ent into Gibraltar. 3. Plymouth) ycm. 12. The Swallow floop war has bro
26 January 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TJrlhat the GRASS-PARKS of Seaton, belonging to George Middleton, Efq-, they were pojfejfedformerly by James Hervie, is to be fet

TJrlhat the GRASS-PARKS of Seaton, belonging to George Middleton, Efq-, they were pojfejfedformerly by James Hervie, is to be fet

from fecond of February next, for Seafons Grafs 1761. For Particulars, enquire at John Still, Merchant in Aberdeen, who will commune and bargain with any Perjou inclining to farm the faid Parks. The faid John Still has likeways to fet, about three and one half Acres of Ground Ru
26 January 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

St. James’s Evening Post, Jan. 20. NOtwithftanding all that has been faid in regard to the continuance of the war, the beft accounts we can come at, agree that France is. ex tremely defirous peace with England ; and that the king of Pruflia (for reafons eafy toguefs at) has offe
26 January 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
No Mails this Poft.

No Mails this Poft.

From the London Papers, Jan. 8. Paderborn, Dec. j6 The defign upon Gottin- gen is not laid 3fide ; for as foon as e'er the froft fets in, and the roads become hard enough fo bear the weight of our heavy artillery, we fliall certainly make another attempt. The Englifh are to wint
12 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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12 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O NDO N.

L O NDO N.

Extraa ofa letter from Paris, Jan. 3. <c All the talk is ofthe nomination of the Mar- fhal ?? to command one of the armies which to take the field next campaign. It is now the general opinion that we fhall do nothing till the grand army is on the Lower Rhine, and makes fure of M
26 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D I N B. U R G H.

E D I N B. U R G H.

Extrafi cfa letter from London, Jan. 17. " They write from Paris, that an order is fent to M. Broglio, to put Called into a ftate of defence, and garrifon it in the fame manner as Gottingen; and keep pofteffioh of it during the winter. " There is certain advice, that three Frenc
21 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland