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TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

FOREIGN ,INTELLIGENCE. ' ?f fflß aft the tbeenemy, and their iufi liuations in Holland, that Marfhal Broglio hod with great the between two fifes, bid fair blow the of The campaign. The are Hocked the fecond parallel is actually More Ciilel, and fiace will fall in few Oik troops
6 April 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
\ the Noon of day, b,,|r Ws ' Ev'n.ng! arc away. Sin ant rn B 3, n Sl v rmamcmal

\ the Noon of day, b,,|r Ws ' Ev'n.ng! arc away. Sin ant rn B 3, n Sl v rmamcmal

P laiD ' VW-Wl\? er,dhn t3^ 4 " g'Vc us tack the day: with bland > , nin ftaJows o'er the land. v 'up d'es Ur "' e » man n,' "'' fades as it began. sM s 11,111 »«»yt Kf'C ""'i "" J " V '"2 a 2; te 'yi * ra P thee in his urn, 0 ' 'hi, la ' t to dull return. affright: e d ' h£ rig
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extrait of a Letter fr9frr>Piymotithi March 13.

Extrait of a Letter fr9frr>Piymotithi March 13.

Extrait of a Letter fr9frr>Piymotith i March 13. ** left New-York, on the 19th of December laftj and aftfer being four weeks at fea, unfortunately fell in with the Geria privateer from Bayonno mounting eight pounders. When they boarded Us, they took our captain and the whole crew
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A ba'd not time to fill trenthes; the little mif'thief did Was raflly repaired the next day and even

The A ba'd not time to fill trenthes; the little mif'thief did Was raflly repaired the next day and even

-the cannon having been too haftily nailed up, were 'Toon made fervrccable again. We had 50 men kiled on this occafion, and 130 wounded. The enemy’s lofs was at leaft as great. The operations of this Cege have been naturally retarded by the extreme badnefs ot the roads, and more
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
mitring Ships' of thetaro. at the Old Bailey, when in Court, to take his the High Seas, but was in

mitring Ships' of thetaro. at the Old Bailey, when in Court, to take his the High Seas, but was in

order to take his by the Lour', _ _ Trial at the next Admiralty Seffion. Wednefday fe'ennight Joftph Saunders, aged was executed at Wincbefter for killing his Nephew with a Scythe, at Chriitchurcb, Hants. He Vie Murder of another Nephew, and faid be deferred hanging 34 Years ago
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
- • Cali, aid Frani& qrl. are chofen Reire- Et C H E S I 7. r 4.. 4 the

- • Cali, aid Frani& qrl. are chofen Reire- Et C H E S I 7. r 4.. 4 the

Sip of the Whim ,in tentatives for Bilhops-Catile, in Shropibire. T Ct . " , At tie final Clofe of the Poll Liverpool, ?inertia', theNtii& miamene; taking A Ook-Trm, at Bork. in the Pa- Peter Leigh, Randal Wilbraham, Efqrs. for Newtod in bee s were, ig the Forma of your and of s
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
r4reniting mad Twelve A poltle3.) NUMBER I, of the FAMILY TESTAMENT; R Sacred Egpofitor.E CONTAINING The NEW TESTAMENT at Large,

r4reniting mad Twelve A poltle3.) NUMBER I, of the FAMILY TESTAMENT; R Sacred Egpofitor.E CONTAINING The NEW TESTAMENT at Large,

WITH ANNOTATIONS. To which will be added The LIVES of the APOSTLES and EVANGELISTS• Togethei with A particular account of the Places and Coins mentioned in the Now Tellatnent, the latter of which will be to the &glint Standard. By a GENTLEMAN of JESUS College Oxiroßn. There are
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Ke fabied of the German war became fb SA^rrcrf-d. by 'he publication of The Confiisra- - feveral attempts hrvs been

Ke fabied of the German war became fb SA^rrcrf-d. by 'he publication of The Confiisra- - feveral attempts hrvs been

made to confute Spa m P h,et ?? hur ?? '" has hi " herto •H , P c3 *_ ed !* ts fuppcrt, "till this Letter from an officer , which •cierves the attention of tbe public, as it bears undoubted marks of being genuine, and contains feveral ftriking paffages ; fome pf which we fnall n
6 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E. Foreign News.

E. Foreign News.

I. Paris, March 20. We have received, by the Way of Leghorn, a Let.er from an Officer f the Garrifon of Pondi- cherry, dated Nov. 10, 1 76 :, the Pofticript of which acquaint* us that th? Englifh ha/3 raifed the Si?ge of that Place ; of which they (Teemed to be wholly ignorant b
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NORWICH, April 1.

NORWICH, April 1.

This Day the Right Hon. George Townfhend and Sir Ar- intne Wodehoufe, B.rt. were chofen Reprefentatives for the County of Norfolk, without Oppofition.
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England