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20 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, January if.

LONDON, January if.

It is confidently laid tbat the five men of war, which have lain folong in the river Villaine, have got out and failed fbr Breft. Wednefday evening there was a grand affembly at the Eart of Northumberland*, at which were prefent their Royal Highneffes the Dukes of York and Cumbe
20 January 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Laft Friday Mr. William Stoi is, of Hunllet, near this Town, Clothier, endeavouring to prevent one John Mann, ofthe fame Place, from building a Honfe' on the Common, the faid Mann fired a Gun at him, loaded with Shot and a Slugg, which flut- tered and broke his Leg. He is now da
20 January 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Private Letters from Vl'arfasv fay, that the Court is extieame/ alarmed fo as to be delirous of Peace almoft upon any Terms. Some attribute this to the camel Accounts lately received from Saxony, particularly the burning of Wittenberg by the Autirians when they quitted it. Other
20 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
•r Lay atted, Vriee with a isautejul Freatihisee. (Bei*: the .1e1; raid Beth the Kited rues yet *IAA d.) Om.

•r Lay atted, Vriee with a isautejul Freatihisee. (Bei*: the .1e1; raid Beth the Kited rues yet *IAA d.) Om.

Gay's Comical; T E R ; R, The W ITS Merry MEDLEY; Being a molt beautiful COLLECTION of PLEASANT TALES, NNY 'OARS. SMART KIPARTEE S. ,RRY STORIES, WITTY and 14EROUSAD•ENTVINS, IRISH BULLS, Re. Re. To which is added, curious Collodion of Now Connuncirunts, Rcbuires end Riddles, °t
20 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
[IV.] A lbw PASTORAL, maimed by MIA A, of Ratbis's leaving Cbtfirr Boarding-School. ARGUM E N T. Corrooli awl Taxes's.

[IV.] A lbw PASTORAL, maimed by MIA A, of Ratbis's leaving Cbtfirr Boarding-School. ARGUM E N T. Corrooli awl Taxes's.

MON Admirers is cba►easrisul *miff tit, NA of AMINTA N. A Y. while each Setae fo beautiful appears. Why beeves tby Boras. and why flow What ails thee, go thy Flocks Artcrola'ld in Love, or haft thou loft ' THrRSIS. No, Grilse. my Flocks are feeding here. Nor have I loft my Way,
20 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England