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vantage of fair VPtrid, and immediately ward through the Needle*. . It is remarkable, that daring their long Stay at

vantage of fair VPtrid, and immediately ward through the Needle*. . It is remarkable, that daring their long Stay at

CoWes, tho{a French Pcrfons appeared in the moll publick Manier, re ■ in the Fa(hion,,and the Language of their own Coontry, and yet no Notice was taken of them; and they might ha»* pafled with Impunity, had they not given Umbrage to the Jew,- NEWCASTLE, Janoart 17. Kxtraft of a
17 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the London Gazette, January io

From the London Gazette, January io

The following addrefs of the Provoft, Magi- ftrates, and Council of Nairn, has been prefentcd to his Majefty by the Right Honourable William Pitt, Efcp, one of his Majelty's Principal Secreta- ries of State : which addrefs his M.ijefty was pieaf- ed to receive very gracioufiy. T
19 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraa cf a fecond letter.

Extraa cf a fecond letter.

" I have now got Pra.ique, and my -.*cftel rea- dy for the fea; and, if the wind permit*, ball fail this evening, in company with his Majefty's Ihip Thetis, if 1 find too mach time wiil hot be loft in keeping her company. " One cf Arnoux's owners was on board me ye- fterday, and
21 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ATo Mails this Pof.

ATo Mails this Pof.

A T o Mails this Pof. From the London Papers, Jan. 13. Paderborn, Dec. 18. Five regiments frorri the army, which aded on the Lower Rhine, have ad- vanced toward? -hefe quirters, in order to join the main of I'rince Ferdinand's army, which gives room to corjedure, that that Genera
17 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
lOollaiD.

lOollaiD.

H AC L'l, Jan. x. It is whifpcred here, that the Hereditary Prince, and Ferdinand of Brunfwick, will no longer command the Allied Army , and that Prince Henry of Pruffia will be oppofed to A.arfbal Broglio; but that be will have under his Command ouly the Hanoverians, Heffians,
15 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
• i Jtt f t . , eizht ut *itch et re.: . -..ready Yelletetay the and Carcafe came out

• i Jtt f t . , eizht ut *itch et re.: . -..ready Yelletetay the and Carcafe came out

et Porwarb, Yam q. Sailed up into Hammtte . his Majefly's Ships Intrepid, Bellons, and Succefs. Came in his Iselajelly's Ships Trident and 1/131empe. fortr with Money to pay the Yard and Shipping ; and the later h a Convoy, both from Portfmouth. num. you. 9. We were Taft Week al
20 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Extrafi of abetter from Augufta, dated the Sth iufl

Extrafi of abetter from Augufta, dated the Sth iufl

" On the sth inft, Tomathh-hacho, ltalah-mica ancl other Chiefs of the Oakfuskees, joined the handfomc fellow, who had been waiting here for theni ten days ; and gave a talk, the purport of wlich was, that they (the upper Creeks) had late- ly received many good talks from the go
19 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Irftotrti*

Irftotrti*

Dv aim, Jan. *. His Majefty hxs ?? to eonrtitute and appoint Lieirtenant-Genei al John Campbell, to be Governor of the City and tal.lt of Limerick, in the Room of i. ir John Cope, Knt. of the Bath, deceafed. llis Majelly has been pleafcd to eonftittite and appoint James Gilborne
15 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Lontioti, J-iiuiarp 10.

Lontioti, J-iiuiarp 10.

St. Ja-ii s's, Jan. 9. This Day M. d'Age- i'o, Miniftcr from the Republic of Genoa, had a piivate Audience of his Majeily, to deliver his new Credential Letters : To which he was intro- duced by the Right Hon. William Fift, E(q; one e.f his Majefty's Principal Secret;., ie* of S
15 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
n v KRT' Printed and fold by S. DKEWRY : bold alio by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimeb, Mr. Fox, and

n v KRT' Printed and fold by S. DKEWRY : bold alio by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimeb, Mr. Fox, and

Mr. Sanders, in Dfrby U CaJXD i. LIKEWISE n ni ntY Vi* W.rtfwortb and at Mr. B. ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in AJhbydela-Zouch. By Mrs. COLE J W/«» rth and a M RQE jr #w mrkfworth- Poft. Mr. ?? ' aop ■ ©ftjj? *""* JJ r . J AMES HILL, and Mr. E. BLADON, M
16 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England