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Members elettedfor th enfuing Parliament.

Members elettedfor th enfuing Parliament.

County of Bedford, Hon. Marquis of Taviftock, Robert Henley Ohgley. Bodmin, George Hunt, John Hunt. Brecon, Thomas "Morgan, jun. Boffmey, Edward Wortley, Richard Webb. CamelforA, Samuel Martyn, Barth. Burton. Evejbam, Sir John Rulhout, Rufbout. Fowey, Jonath. Rafhleigli, George
3 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
C. Foreign News.

C. Foreign News.

}> Paris, March \6. There is a Report of an AdVarttge gamed by our Troops ov.r the Englifh in the Eaft Indies, but we cannot come at any Particulars : This, however, ftems cer- tain; that the Count d' Eilain* does Wonders with his ?? Squardron ©n the Cpaft of Coromandel. from wh
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
-\iteroT£i of the No ed

-\iteroT£i of the No ed

Is.t.vc Dark in, alia« Dumas, See. phi ?? executed at Oxford JlL^r* s3 , 1 r*> ' • HE was the Son of a Cork -Cutter in Lilt* cheap rear the Monumeit, London ; was ?? 1 o-i i he a 1 of April, I*4o, N. S- a.d was hfcig'.t up it a Boarding -School at Sevenoaks ia Kent, and the wed
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the London Papers, March 28.

From the London Papers, March 28.

Vienna, March XI. Baron Laudon fet out ye r fterday to take the command of the troops in Sile- fia. Marflial Dann will *et out on the 14th or 15th. Marfhal Serbclloni will command the arnay of the Empire in rhe room of the Prjnce of Deux-Ponts. Thr-e tr-.ins of irtillery are fet
1 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Paris, March 20.

Extract of a letter from Paris, March 20.

•***■ The 18th the Spanifh Ambaffauor received a courier from Madrid, and went immediately to Verfailles, to communicate the difpatches to the King, though it is probable that thefe difpatches are relative to the grand affair of a pacification, fome people apprehend that the neg
6 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, April 4.

LONDON, April 4.

It was yefterday reported that a Congrefs was agreed to be beld at Augfburgh, a free city in Suabia. L. Chr. Thurfday and Friday fifty large colliers were taken up in the Government's fervice. It is faid they are for a fecond expedition. Information has been received, that Princ
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
floiyi Olbotne, Fi(q; late Lord Pro v 0 'T At his (eat in the connty 0 9f'|'P land, Arthur Murphy,

floiyi Olbotne, Fi(q; late Lord Pro v 0 'T At his (eat in the connty 0 9f'|'P land, Arthur Murphy,

Elq; a^ ll) |» ftate has been handed down rci: to (on for upwards of ' 8. At Fordie, near Lawc ' trick aged 109. e p(o, hejlthy, and retained a wifl" great degree ftrength and n day of hi*- death. if^l 8. At Hamburg, aged 6h ,)0 I Elq, who has born deputy A pany of merchants adv
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
And yet I faid the finefl thing s ' (I l \y " Thou young, but righteous* > Thou, who

And yet I faid the finefl thing s ' (I l \y " Thou young, but righteous* > Thou, who

" Abrupt he ,r * And with an air, as who 1 •' Go fliew that gentleman the And never let him Shocks I withdrew—when My fhame, ftraightway (a*u L And take my very P l ce, That ftrange old-lafhion'd I®" 0 ,- .£ O! how it griev'd my heart <° The diff'rcr.ce made 'twixt I of each (an
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
This Day is pulliJht/L, Price bound 3s. 6d.

This Day is pulliJht/L, Price bound 3s. 6d.

A Book Upholdeu, Cabinct-Mnkers, Brokers, and all other Dealers in Plate-Glass, &c. Tie Third Edition, with Additions, of The P L ATE - G L A S S- B O OK. Confifling of the following authentic Ta»l*s, 1. The Valuing of any Look- lifhing, Sildering, and Diamonding-Olafs when fimf
4 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
3Mettffem'ento. Saturday, 4th April, 1761. LORD Charles Spencer, and Sir James Dalhwood, ntnat fitch of their Friends as intend to

3Mettffem'ento. Saturday, 4th April, 1761. LORD Charles Spencer, and Sir James Dalhwood, ntnat fitch of their Friends as intend to

honour them nmitb their Company to Oxford, to meet them either sit Blenheim, Kertlingtoa-Park, feufisits them heft)hy Nine o'Clock in the Morning, Wednesday next, being the Day of EUaien.
4 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England