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A private letter from Paris dated the 16th inft. fays, "We are more and more vexed to fee the command of the army on the Lower Rhine given to the Prince de Soubize, as it can be produftive of nothing but plundering, bickering, and jeaioufy ; two of the principal officers of tit
31 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D IMB U R G H.

E D IMB U R G H.

Extract of a letter from London, Jan. 27. " A draught we are told, will fhortiy be made from all the ligiit troops in England, to fill up the vacancies in the fever.al regiments of dragoons in Germany ; and a confiderable draught will alfo be made from the regiments of foot guar
31 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY’» POST. Fi«m th« LONDON GAZETTE. To tIM King'* soft Excellent Majefly. Meft Graciem Sovereign, E (be High Sheriff. Jaftlcee

TUESDAY’» POST. Fi«m th« LONDON GAZETTE. To tIM King'* soft Excellent Majefly. Meft Graciem Sovereign, E (be High Sheriff. Jaftlcee

of the Peace, Geotlemco, Clergy, and Freeholder* of the Wastes County of Oxford, beg leave to approach Your Majefty, with Hearn fenfibly affeded the Death of Your Royal Grandfathtr, jßjJanjieaea Wll , the Guardian of our Libertiei. and the Proteftor of all our Civil and Rig but
31 January 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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Essen c c of Balm of G r l c a d* ?? *: ?? ta .o. ; r *

Nature's fiiraiii Keftorativc . A. Chymical Preparation of thfr much famed Balm of Gilead,. allow'd by every PhryHcian to be the mott excellent Remedy in tlie World for all internal Decays : Sixty Drops of this ElTence convert a Glafs offair Water into the Na- tuie and Property
30 January 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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Pari., Jan. tfl. The War in Germany will be pulhed next Summer with fuch Vigour, that former Campaigns will appear but a Jell to the next. Broglio s Army will amount to 100,000 Men, and Soubife's Army to about 50 or 60,000. Jan. it. It is thought the Affairs of the Par- liament
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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OXFORD. JMVAKT ft.

On iTharfday die Rev. Dr. Browne, oar Vice Chancellor, waited upon bit Majefty at St. Janie*’*, and prefented him with the Oxfit / Vnjii, bound purple Velvet, on the Death of hi* late, and (he Acceffion of his prefent Majefty; when he was moS gracioufly received: A* he was after
31 January 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
A COMMON PRAYER BOOK, In COLUMNS.

A COMMON PRAYER BOOK, In COLUMNS.

On a fine Suraa Royal Paper and Ntw Litter. Printed at Camhndgt, by John Baikiivilli, trinur to the Unverfy. Of ivivM may he bad. Hit Pi atxe Book in Long Lino, and a Large Chandler. He hope* the Publick will tactile the Neccffity n under of adrancing the Price, he it greatly ou
31 January 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
B. Country News.

B. Country News.

rl' ZZ™ icb ' 7 muar y 2 4- Lately died at Eye, in the County of Suffolk, aged upwards of 90, John Sayer, Efq; On Thurfday the 14th of this Inftant, died at Mendham, in the County of Suffolk, Coke Frefton, Efq; H. ferved the Of- fice of High Sheriff in the Year 1755, and was in
31 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Patrick Fielding, Remains in Goal according to former Order. Phillip Shelly, A Convicl: at the kft Midiummer Ailizes, 1760. Sarah

Patrick Fielding, Remains in Goal according to former Order. Phillip Shelly, A Convicl: at the kft Midiummer Ailizes, 1760. Sarah

Knights f*\ OMMITTED Auguft 13th, 176* by William Wright, EJq> V^ and charged upon the Oath of Rachel Wright of Meiling in this County, with bilking into her Dwelling Houfe, and ftealing thereout One Cotton Gown, a black Hat, and a white linnen Apron, which faid Goods were found
31 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The following addrefs of the Gentlemen, Free- holders, Clergy and Heretors ofthe connty of Su- therland, has"been prefented to his

The following addrefs of the Gentlemen, Free- holders, Clergy and Heretors ofthe connty of Su- therland, has"been prefented to his

Majefty by the Right Hon. the Earl of Sutherland, being introdu- ced by the Lord of his Majelly's Bed-chamber in waiting: Which addrefs his Mijefty was pleafed to receive very graciou.ly. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, The humble addrefs of the Gentlemen, Freeholders, Cle
31 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland