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To the AUTHOR, <be

To the AUTHOR, <be

SIR, ; ~JP T is with the utmoft concern that lam in- duced to defire your ptibliftiing the follow- ing line*. But, indeed, the great number of captures made by the enemy, at this P| time in particular, will, 1 hope, be a fnf- ficient apology thereon ; efpecially to all ihofe tha
12 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract fa letter from Monte ChriQl, Nov. 22.

Extract fa letter from Monte ChriQl, Nov. 22.

v Laft week, Le Syren, M Maccarty Com- m wider Fleur de Lys, M. Dag.-.ny ; and Le Valeur, M. Talbot, ail frigates belonging to the French King, eac.". mounting thirty guns and 300 m n ; with Le Prince Edward and Le Due de Choifeuit privateers, and four or five merchant (hips fet
10 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'.« few 'I h Cans Prira and t Friga The Syret the feuil the

'.« few 'I h Cans Prira and t Friga The Syret the feuil the

10 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTRY *;jt EWS.

COUNTRY *;jt EWS.

Yarmouth, Dtc. 31. On Monday morning, about three o clock, twenty -eight French prifoners efcaped out of our prifon, by undermining part of tbe prifon aad row adjoin- ing, and made their way into a (table, from whence the whole would have got away, had they not been difcovered b
13 January 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
B U R.J E D.

B U R.J E D.

Males 536, Femahs 528. In all 1064. Decreafed in the Buiials laft Year 363. Under to Years of Age 459 Between 60 and 70 — 06 Between 10 and 20 — 31 7 o and 80 — 112 20 and 30 —62 80 and 90 — 43 30 and 40 — 58 90 and 100 - To 40 and 50 — 67 . 50 and 60 ,— 90 * 1c64
10 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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SATURDAY’S POST. [ Brought down by Exprefs from London.] From Lloyd'* Evening Post of Friday Night. A, M E R

SATURDAY’S POST. [ Brought down by Exprefs from London.] From Lloyd'* Evening Post of Friday Night. A, M E R

I C A. Char Us- , Nov- Iz. LEntrt from Augafta of the 6th Inftant, contain nothing new or interefting. We hear a Letter to a Gentleman here, from AngulU, mention* a Report being juft broaght there, That the Little Carpenter had fallen upon the Mortar and his Gang of Creeks, and
10 January 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRTNEWS.

COUNTRTNEWS.

Newcaftle, Jan. 3. Letters from the Eaft-Indies by Way of Holland advife, that Goa, Capital of the Portuguefe Settlements in that Quarter of the World, ,had btsn taken by the Blacks who inhabiced the cir- cumjacent Countries. It was this Affair probably that gave Rife to the Sto
9 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Corke, Dec. 29. Friday arrived at Cove, his Ma- jefty's Ship Loo of 30 Guns, from a Cruize ; fhe has retaken the Pearl, Homeward-bound from Virginia to London, which is fuppofed to be gone for England. Dublin, Jan. 2. His Majefty has been pleafed to conftitute and appoint Lieut.
9 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
pO.-113.51.

pO.-113.51.

Lisbon, Nc-v. it. war JSWAD it not been for Lord Kinnoul, the 2^°*V« Captain of the Ifis fthe Englilh Man 16 HOH of War t,ut wil»"el **■ on ?? rtl wi. IJB °0 wo***«' *>aye ,I,rovvn a Broadltde )|Qi^OK into our Ship of the Line, the Noftra Senhora de Conceicao de Magadan, whofe C
8 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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?? Naples, Dtc. _. We are informed by two Ships arrived from Grand Cairo, which are ac- tually performing Quarantine, that the Peftilence has fwept away above half of the Inhabitants oi that Capital of Egypt. ?? Rome, Dec. 5. By Letters from Sicily we are informed, that lix Engli
8 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England