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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
 
Members eleftedfor the enfuing Parliament.

Members eleftedfor the enfuing Parliament.

Andover, Sir John Griffin, Sir F. Blake Delaval. Banbury, Lord North. Bamftaple, George Amyand, Denny Rolle. Bewdley, Sir Edward Winnington, Bart. Bijbofs-Gaftle, Peregrine Cult, Francis Child. Bletcbingly* Sir Kendrick Clayton, William Clayton. Boroughbridge, Sir Cecil Bifliop,
3 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Mlltftiip'g P4D3C.

Mlltftiip'g P4D3C.

From LLOYD'S British Chronjcie, April' 6. This Day arrived a MAIL from Holland. Head Quarters ofthe French Army, March aB. ON the 25th the Marfhal went to Zie'iehhayn, and there pafled the Night. The fame Day, M. de Monchenu, who, till M. dozen's Recovery, leads the Troops he co
3 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Arrt-v'd a Mcul from 1101.land

Arrt-v'd a Mcul from 1101.land

Arrt-v'd a Mcul from 11 0 1. land Ornuaiiu. Hrssi, March it; Had the.Roads pei i.iitfe J the Alius to tiring up, their Avtillcry as qu.'kly as :hcy w.ftie.l, Cartel would hue furfrildercd be tore tins lime. Hovx-.er, its Fate mutt (0911 be dctarsiined, for both Suits act *vith gr
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
rhe Lai>y and the Caterpillar

rhe Lai>y and the Caterpillar

CT'HO If CattrpiUar, that dvouri The Trees, the Fruits, tke Shrubs, the Flowers, Bt gun*; ,, t-, more wjefl ,hr, Grove, Sa, red n Pleafure an.-, to ?? ut. This Cilia laid, with a. ig.y Frown, Andlhook ihe Kcptile from her Gown. Who calmly laid, Injulling Dame, Thy olorwui Prute
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SHIP-NEWS

SHIP-NEWS

Extraa of a Litter from Pertjmoutb, Marth 29. " On Sunday our grand expedition failed from Spithead. The tranfports failed through the Needles under convoy of the frigates ; the fhips of the line are to meet them as they fail round the Ifle of Wight. The fhips of war are as foll
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LCCDCO, 3pttl 7.

LCCDCO, 3pttl 7.

This Day, To-morrow, and on Thurfday, the Duke of Rich- mond's Regiment of Foot, quarter'd in this Town, at Halifax, Wakefield, and Bradford, march for Reading in Berkfhire. Tbe undtr-mtntiontd Ptrjens claiming tht Benefit ef tbt AS lattly pajfed for Rtiitf ofi Insolvent Debtors
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Arrived, the Mail from Flanders. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, March 26. LETTERS from Cadiz, by to day’s mail, fay,

Arrived, the Mail from Flanders. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, March 26. LETTERS from Cadiz, by to day’s mail, fay,

the king of Spain had repeated orders for his fquadron to be ready by the firft of April; in confequence of- which they were working night and day in that port, well as thofe Carthagena and Ferrol. 2. Letters from France inform us, that an advice boat for the Eaft-lndia company
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland