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LUC l>imv.tl"i «•»»••».«•*•.L O N D O N.

LUC l>imv.tl"i «•»»••».«•*•.L O N D O N.

LUC l>imv.tl"i ?? L O N D O N. Extract of a Letter from the head-quarters of his Setiene Highnefs. Prince Ferdinand of Brunfvick, dated Sch-weinsbtrg, March __• " The' head-quarfers ot our army have been fix- ed at Scbweinsberg ever fince the 2d inft. By this ?? ~Caflel is covere
1 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Portfmouth, March 26.

Extract of a letter from Portfmouth, March 26.

m Since my !aft,_ Loudon's, Panmure's, aud an- other regiment,are come hither to embark ; we arc in the greateft irurry ; every thing is now ready fee a moft vigorous attempt, but where we cannot tell- " A large quantity of money is come hither, & fcorted by a party of dragoons,
1 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Num. 6 1 2<j Ediyibnrfh^ Saturday^ /Iprd 4. 1761.

Num. 6 1 2<j Ediyibnrfh^ Saturday^ /Iprd 4. 1761.

4 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived ihe Mails from Holland and FlarJers

Arrived ihe Mails from Holland and FlarJers

From the London Gazette, March 31. Hague, March 27. \X7 E h ' ?? J"^ rccc;veJ an a -count from the \ V army, that the corps under the command of the Hereditary Priitce, was attacked the 21ft in- ftant, in their retreat from Heimbnch, juft as they were entering. 3 defile near Gru
4 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
fo tbe A U T H O R, &C.

fo tbe A U T H O R, &C.

• - I K» . a —. „.-_,-;,——-■ •**■s HERE ire in ail lbcteties of men /*" cA * fonv. ••'lib deferve the name of Od- dities; beings whofe heads have a J turn which appears irrational to the reafonabie part of mankind. One f thefe T met with in a coifee- houie fome days ago, ibein m
1 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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ia©f,iO o * ■* -'it* . -if ■ r ■*> i »' *i‘i ■ '.P*rit, {Fr«nct,) Mtrch Whatever Paias (htPooh

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, Spain nujr take foi ■aronunodate all Uii&rcncct aMa the Eng lift, k.appeara decided that the Campaign ftWJ be »i*< goroufly proftcuied. The Pretenfiopa of England are deemed* a little too high ; and it feems our Court deErotft of feeing* Spam do fomelhiog more for us.—There is
4 April 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The London gazette extraordinary, April 30. Whitehall, April 30. This morning the Hon. Capt. Barrington, commander of his Majefty's (hip

The London gazette extraordinary, April 30. Whitehall, April 30. This morning the Hon. Capt. Barrington, commander of his Majefty's (hip

Achilles, arrived, with the following letters from Maj.-Gen. Hodgfon, and Com. Keppel, to Mr Sec. Pitt. Belleijle, four o'clock in the ' c. morning, April 23. 1761. SI have juft had a note from Com. Keppel, to inform me, that a frigate will fail this day for England, I have only
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ooftftrfpt.« FOREIGN NEWS.

ooftftrfpt.« FOREIGN NEWS.

ooftftrfpt « FOREIGN NEWS. 1. Marbourg, March 23. The Siege of Ziegenhayn is cer- tainly raifed. Col. and Leyd. Gazettes. 2. Hague, March 29. It // reported that the Allies have raifed the Siege ef C aftei. By an Exprefs difpatched from Gnfffen en the Ztilnft. to Count fAjfry, we
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPSWICH, April t.

IPSWICH, April t.

John Giles, Servant to Thomas Baker of Darmfden in the County of Suffolk, was lately conviaed before John Gravenor, Gent, one of his Majefty's Juftkes of the Peace for the Town of Ipfwich, in the Penalty of Twenty Shillings, for riding up- *n the Shafts of his Waggon, contrary t
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Weekly GAZETTE.

Weekly GAZETTE.

THURSDAY, April 2, 1761. J [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] Printed and publifh'd by C. POPE, and C°. at the Printing-Office in Stall-Street : Where PRINTING in all its Branches is ?? on the moft reafonable Terms, and in the neateit Manner. [The above G. Pope fer-v'd his Apprentice
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England