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Extrafi of a letter from Plymouth, Jan. 13.

Extrafi of a letter from Plymouth, Jan. 13.

'• Arrived th Peggy, of and for London ffrom Quebec and Breft, Pinkorn, mafter, who fays, that on the _;d inftant failed* from Breft, the Courageux of 74 guns, the Malicieux of 36, and the Almeire of 32 guns, all with troops, fuppofed for the Weft- Indies. By the fame veftel we
21 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
&t. London* &c. Saturday\ Jivt. io.

&t. London* &c. Saturday\ Jivt. io.

&t. London* &c. Saturday \ Jivt. io. hear that Sir Richard Grofvenor ! K§^%^ §g zt 'A Sir James Low ther, Baronets, ?? win foon be created Peers of this Kingdom. G . ?4g \y $$*0Q 2. We hear the Right Hon. the i$J&4 * $0^ Eatl of A l bema * ! e kifi'd his Majtf- fel^^if^^fel Hand
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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?? BsfioT?, Nov. zi>. By a VefiU from Hallfc* In J^Dayh we learn, that as ihe was cdnn'ng octi five Sail Of Mrt'c? War were ftanding in from the EatHVar J, ?? to be CyiVj- modore Swanton with Part of his Fleet, and that Lord Co'vil Jay itady to fail for England immediately bpon
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPSWICH: Printed by W. Craichtck, (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny J

IPSWICH: Printed by W. Craichtck, (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny J

17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Admihaltt-Oifice, January 17.

Admihaltt-Oifice, January 17.

Lieutenant John Symons, of His Majefty's Ship the Unicorn, of 28 Guns and aoo Men, gives an Ac- count, in a Letter dated at Plymouth the 1 ith Inftanc, That on the Bth Capt. Hunt, ( his Predeceflbr in the Command of that Ship) being cruizing off the Pen- marks, difcovered, at Ei
16 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Cmnniu.,

Cmnniu.,

From PatrsiiA.vPoMrßAi.iA, Dec. so. The Ruffians have nut al yet entirely evacuated this Province ; a Body of thefe Troops remain can* toned in the Neighbourhood of Stolpe, and Gen. Czernicheff continues in his Quarter! at Diefchau. At a Corpi of our Troops, under the Command of
15 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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?? PoutsmouTii, Jan. 9. On Accountof the long Run of Wefterly Winds, 17 Sail of Dutch Merchantmen put into Cowes Road, pretending to be bound to St. Eoftatia, and other Foreign Neutral Ports. They remained at Cowes up- wards of fix Weekspaft ; but a few Days ago a Jew Paffenger,
15 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
E V N ,1! R. i b'.i , . xf[ . «. r A tr ere wili * a viett'no

E V N ,1! R. i b'.i , . xf[ . «. r A tr ere wili * a viett'no

Tru Pur, . iJ "« thi'i j ..mr , Ln?k 11«-1- i oret.c i, aj t.ie V br.n--\ 9 " 6i tut f , i.< New t;,e Count) buikx, Ja- a (;.c -i i/u.i WILLIA.>i Aia.j-j'i 1.1,, an, a~J i .iGv r .I .i Airs. Hi. at .e , late JUi'.v.v, L.: • or k .e ans a:e ■ <.cj',ned no! t < (.'iti.on_ 11 i>i n
19 January 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BANKRUPT

BANKRUPT

John Darbyfhire, of Birmingham, Warwickshire, Brazier.
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Dr. Lowtber's Anti-Scorbutic Powders, for tilt fpecdy Cttft tf the Scurvy, Ltfrsfy, e. THESE Powders are a fpcedyr, certain and

Dr. Lowtber's Anti-Scorbutic Powders, for tilt fpecdy Cttft tf the Scurvy, Ltfrsfy, e. THESE Powders are a fpcedyr, certain and

radical Curt for every of the Scurvy, «tc. evrn'in their rooft virulent and aatlignaßt Sutej they powerfully correft the Blood and Juicer, expel Vi&idiliei, tbOnb Acrimony, refift Putrefiflioa, open Obftruaioiu, good Blood, ftrengtben relaxed Habitr, arc extreamly pleafant, and
17 January 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England