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©oiflni/'iei 90AC*

©oiflni/'iei 90AC*

©oiflni/'iei 90 AC* From th Whitehall, General, and ether Evening Papers, Qpc. Dec. 27. JUarfbal Broglio's Camp, November 30. THE Poft of Munden being indifpenfably necef- fary for fecuring the Way into the Plain of Gottingen, we have built on the Summit of an Emi- nence at the C
26 December 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
|; Where may be had, under Satitthn of the KIN G's Ro\af

|; Where may be had, under Satitthn of the KIN G's Ro\af

(PATENTS.. , Dr. Hooper's well known Female Pillst 40 in a Box, for \jf Dr. Frauncc's Female ftrength'ning Elixir^ is. 6d. Baron Schwanberg's Liquid' 'Shell, for the Cure of the Stone "Gravel, Wind Cholic, and Childrens Difot ders, and civim i m \ J mediate Relief in the Strangu
26 December 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
G. London, &c. Thurfday, Dec. 24.

G. London, &c. Thurfday, Dec. 24.

1. Yefterday his Majefty went to the Houfs of Peers, and gave the Royal ASent to the following Bills, viz. The Bill for the more effectually preventing the ?? of Spirituous Liquors for home Confumption, by laying an ad- ditional Duty thereupon, and for better regulating and enco
26 December 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
S H IP N E W S.

S H IP N E W S.

Deal, Dec. 28- €^t«eddW^andlalkd,theFran- eifeb, Loredo, for Bilboa". - €*roedbtyn the Speedwell, Lacey, for Lisbon, and remains with the Shins as before. Wind S. The Experiment, Hoben, from Newfoundland, is arrived at Gibraltar. — York, Burton, from Amfterdam, at New-York. Deal
26 December 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SATURDAY’* POST. t o»n Er * n of Fridty Night Brought down by '£xprtA from London.] Day arrived « Mail

SATURDAY’* POST. t o»n Er * n of Fridty Night Brought down by '£xprtA from London.] Day arrived « Mail

frem PLANDE&S. Ram, Hcvemter 28. THE irceffant Rain* in ftaly have made the Tyber overflow its Banks. A few Days ago, a Boat which went from the Ripetta Qnay, with ten Men in it, was carried away by the Force of the Stream, and three of the PaiTeagers were drowned. Befanean, Dee
26 December 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Bjf S. NELSON, D. D.

Bjf S. NELSON, D. D.

A New BMm. smM and concOcd front the Preft, (nr the Rarotod AatAioM HoaifY. A. I. if Ctlkjp, OrfirS, *•* Thia Work will be cwwfriftd in Twenty-fbnr Nuntbtft, Price Six pence each, one Nnsket ef which will he eaery SeWtday. Angr Hcrfta may hegia with I, either the New Ttfomeat, a
26 December 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, Dec. 19.

LONDON, Dec. 19.

It is faid that only forty Men of the Troops em- barked; for the Expedition were taken ill on Ship- board, and that not more than feven died. There are Letters from, Brunfwic that affure, that the Allies have laid afide their Defign again!. Gottin- gen, on account not only of th
26 December 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
No. 4449.

No. 4449.

SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. LONDON, December 17. HE Coart of Vienna, notwith(landing i all the great Things done by Mar* | (Hal Daun and General Laudobn, feems not to be entirely fatisfied with either of thefe Generals. The former, whatever the may, fay, has failed in his* 'A
26 December 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Baibei, in Ncwcaftlet and ail oilier Bookfchecs in G. liiicain.

Baibei, in Ncwcaftlet and ail oilier Bookfchecs in G. liiicain.

N. H. In Number V. (or Mil try Teun n6i, uhicli will be Publilbcd on the 2]d of |anuarv next, will be begun A COMi’LEAT BODY .he LAWS o» ENGLAND. this Day was Pitbli/hid, (Tree Sound five Shillings, four Siiillinet) Tut StCOND EDITIOM ALMORAN and H M E T: An Oriental Tale,’ in T
26 December 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARRIED. Tuefday was married at Greenwich the Rev. Mr. Swindon, to Mifs Bell of that Place. DEAD. Monday died the

MARRIED. Tuefday was married at Greenwich the Rev. Mr. Swindon, to Mifs Bell of that Place. DEAD. Monday died the

Rt. Hon. Ja. King, Baron Kingftoii, of the Kingdom of Irclanl, and one of his Majefty's Moft Honourable Privy Council. His Pot- tune of near 20,0001. per Annum, goes to Capt. Fitz- gerald, who married his Lordfhip's Daughter, Marga- ret, by his firft Lady, Eli/aleth, Daughter of
26 December 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England