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TUESDAY, February Iv, 1761.

TUESDAY, February Iv, 1761.

Allies under the Hereditary knee, and a Body of the French under:M.o2o)es, in which moll of the latter were killed or taken. In this Affair Elliott's Light Horfebgnalized themfelves. 21. The Siege of Drefden was railed. z 6. Glatz takeis by Storm by the Aufirians. 29. Don Jofeph
10 February 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
C MI of eh II I 4 I f • ~. .1- it, of his ted ar-

C MI of eh II I 4 I f • ~. .1- it, of his ted ar-

3 February 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
R A POST. Artivcd Mail from Hott and. Vienna. (Germany) , 7. . •\ * vr.. ■ f - "

R A POST. Artivcd Mail from Hott and. Vienna. (Germany) , 7. . •\ * vr.. ■ f - "

* M rs. ■'«» ■"x fe.tis^&s if '" of King of Poland. .» dangeroufly W. ,h. A110ni0..... of hi. ■ l>™ .ill mies. The Army that is . his Majclly will hare ■&“ of . g..« Advooiag. pm* orcr the Army of "*P ,rc - . Ki of Sardinia is replac- Gm«v4, ( i-ny) '* •„ hi, Rethments of Cavalr
7 February 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To COVER this SbaaON,

To COVER this SbaaON,

To COVER this Sb aaON, At Mt Robert Wilkinfon*s, at the Royal Oak, in Lecming-laae, Ybiklhire, at three Guinea*, Leapt .Ttialt, and Half Crown the Servant, THE Brown-bay Horse, DIMPLE : He is free from all natutal Blemilbea , and it Rill fifteen Hand! three lochea high, tcmukably
14 February 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD direaly. A Freehold Eilate at Monks Ely in Suffolk, late in the Occupation of Samuel Green, Tanner

To be SOLD direaly. A Freehold Eilate at Monks Ely in Suffolk, late in the Occupation of Samuel Green, Tanner

j confining cf a very good convenient Dwelling Houfe, a cernpleat large Tan-Offipe and Yard, by the River's Side, with Barns, and all other Conveniences furficient, and well fftuated, for carrying on a large Bufmefs ; with about two Acres of rich Meadow Land adjoining, and a Cot
21 February 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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F T^JNBTTRGH: Printed for and by Walter Rudduhn, John Richardson and Company, and fold at their Printing-houfe in the ParUament-clafe;

F T^JNBTTRGH: Printed for and by Walter Rudduhn, John Richardson and Company, and fold at their Printing-houfe in the ParUament-clafe;

where Ahcrtifcmems and Subfariftums are taken in.
9 February 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the Printer of the London Chronicle.

To the Printer of the London Chronicle.

Fcrinm et mut a bile femper. NEVER did Prince afcend the throne of bic. ancc'lor; with more uhivcrfa' approbation and efteem of his fubjefts, than our prefent moft gracious Sovereign. Born ancl educated Mnongft us, and revered for his mariy Princely virtues, the Eritilh George b
25 February 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
jE DIN BURG II: Printed for and b}- Walter Ruddim^n, John Richardson and Company, and ibid at their Printing-houfe in

jE DIN BURG II: Printed for and b}- Walter Ruddim^n, John Richardson and Company, and ibid at their Printing-houfe in

the Pailiament-clofe; where Advertisements and Subfcriptiom are taken in.
25 February 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Orkney lift of flipping.

Orkney lift of flipping.

fan. 27. Sailed from Stromnefs, the Betfey of an/from Leith, Cunni ogham, from Antigua ; the Hendry, Dean, from Hamburgh for New York ; the Peggie, Dunlope, from Amfterdam fcr Green- ock ; the Adventure of and for Port Glafgo.v, Zui!,' from Petersburgh ; the Janet, Gardener, fro
18 February 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A ME R I C A.

A ME R I C A.

St. John's, ( /itittgua) A.uguft 0.0. We learn from St. Cbriftcphers, that his Majcily's ihip*: Temple, Captain Obrian, and Use Griffin, Cnptr.ii> Tayior, being on a smile to the foinhwurd, he.d intelligence of foine privateers end other velfe! . that were lying in the harbour o
16 February 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland