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L ON D O N.

L ON D O N.

Extract of a letter from ths head-quarters of the French, March 22. "Yefterday at half an hour afrer three in the afternoon, the Marfhal caufed the troops under the Hereditary Prince to be attacked near the vil- lage of Staggerode in the neighbourhood of Grun- berg. Baron Clofen
4 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BERWICK TURNPIKE. WHeri-as a Meeting of the Trustees was-appointed 10 be held the Houte ot Mr lame* Ker, in Cointiill,

BERWICK TURNPIKE. WHeri-as a Meeting of the Trustees was-appointed 10 be held the Houte ot Mr lame* Ker, in Cointiill,

on Tuelday the 24ih Da> of Match latf j and a luffi eient Numbei did not then appear to aft at the laid Meeting, and adjmua to Day the Clerk tbeiefote, puit'uam to the Di- the Aft of fatliament, hath appointed the next Meeting to be held at the Houfe Mi George Ridpath, in Berwic
4 April 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

7. This morning died his houl'e adjoining to the Tabernacle. Moorfields, the revd. Mr. Whitefield the noted preacher. 8. His Maj' ttv having been pleafed to appoint the right honourable John ear) of Bute to be one 01 his Majelt 's principal Cecretaries ftatc, his lordfhip was th
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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-I 7 u General Post, ‘Extrail of a letter from the head quarters of the French. 2. Yefterday at half an hour after three in afternoon, the marfhal catifed the troops Under thfc hereditary prince to be attacked near the village Stangerode, in the neighbourhood of Grunberg.— Baron
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
B, Country News.

B, Country News.

Norwich*, March 28. Yefterday came on the Election fbr two Citizens to reprefent this Cicy in Parliament, when our late worthy Members were attended from the Hall in St. Andrew's by the Mayor, the greattft Part of the Corporation, and a very numerous Body of the principal Inhabi
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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FO RF IGN IN T£k&i*(m%+G E.

FO R F I G N IN T £ k&i*(m%+G E. Thorn in Po lakd , March % . ?? Ice wvtach the ?? Vi^ Ja [***&£ }^iX\i:fdaf y and &fc JfcjfcK 4n )P^S} fl*6** *™\ witihj^£l|^ :^fce, w ?? s*ffl : tl-'atii:avi_ig'^Hk'* ?? to "^^l^ir^S^ ""which '..ftvt -/f jarge Floats; of ?? violently againit the
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LEEDES RACES.

LEEDES RACES.

To be run fior en Chapel - Town - Moor, near Leede, ; ON Wednefday the 13th of May next, Fifty Pounds in Specie, by Five and Six-year olds and aged Hones, &c. the Five-year-olds to carry 8 fl. 41b. the Six- year-olds 9 11. and agtd Hoifes 9 ft. 7 Ib. Bridle and Saddle in- cluded
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
-tfUiitrsiU'p and tDon^nn'o Posts.

-tfUiitrsiU'p and tDon^nn'o Posts.

-tfUiitrsiU'p and ?? Posts. Jtrem the LONDON GAZETTE. Ccrm,*iii)i. Bftusswicic, March xo. K"Vtj(j|_/'TBOME Letters fiom the Camp before Ni ■}£ fcailel, of the 17111, mention, that & S ji the Enemy had made a confiderable P\. .2N Sally the Night before, in order to )rOW'*r\j|a dei
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The History of the Session of parliament 1759-60,

The History of the Session of parliament 1759-60,

ve 311 account the f that was brought ' wz * l^at to enforce ''h e lUal'c ef fe&ual the laws rela! of members to fit y. which, though Ve, k>rtlUle to pafled into a r, 1 ar from being pafled in '• r , , : ° rrn as was defigned by J Were its patrons. * na -> referred to in this <J
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A rational account of the nature and end of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By William Lord Bishop of Gloucester 12. 6d. Millar.

A rational account of the nature and end of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By William Lord Bishop of Gloucester 12. 6d. Millar.

A rational account of the nature and end the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By William Lord Bishop of Gloucester 12. Millar. [This article concludes thus.} " All this duly confidered," fays his Lordfhip, " fhall, I hope, be enabled to regain a proper veneration for this holy tny
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland