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From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 4.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 4.

Hague, March 31, WE have nothing of Confequence frora the Armies in Hefle; but the Siege of Caflel was ftill carried on with great Vigour the :3d. The Troops, which are to ferve under the Prince de Soubife upon the Lower Rhine are upon their March,; Our Letters from Saxony of th
3 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERB Tr Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

DERB Tr Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

Sanders, m De*by, LIKEWISE ■ R* Mrs COLE in Wirhfwrth, and at Mr. B, ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfcllcr in AJhhy-ii-k-Zouch, Mr Tmhi>l Shop in Win ler every Saturday. Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE in ; AJhbornt. ' Mr. JOHN SALT, Wirkfmrth-Pejl. xL ?LATER, in Chlrfi
3 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ft is not improbable but the Troops may, by tbis Time, have erfefted a fafe Landing, and got Footing on

ft is not improbable but the Troops may, by tbis Time, have erfefted a fafe Landing, and got Footing on

the Ifland of Belleifle j and thoughj they are not provided with Artillery to reduce Palais or La Bourg, the capital and only material Fortifications in tiie liland, they may neverthelefs be determined to main- tain their Ground, againft the Attempts ofthe Garrifon to diflodge t
24 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AN ENTIRE NEW WORK: To be Compleated iri Thirty Weekly Numbers, Price Sixpence each. Thii DAT is Publijhed, Purfitant to

AN ENTIRE NEW WORK: To be Compleated iri Thirty Weekly Numbers, Price Sixpence each. Thii DAT is Publijhed, Purfitant to

his liajeftfs Royal Froclamation for promotin* Chrijtian Knowledge and Religion. ( illufirated with a curious Emblematical Tttle-Vage, nprefent* ing otir Savwur, the four Evangclifts, and Twelve Apoftles.) Number I. of the FAMILY TESTAMENT! ?? Or SACRED EXPOSITOR* CONTAINING - t
10 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Members elefitdfor th enfuing Parliament.

Members elefitdfor th enfuing Parliament.

Carmarthnjbke, George Rice. Qtthree Borough, Thomas Lifter, Afsheton Curzon. Cardiganfbire, Thomas Price. Devonjbire, Sir W. Courtnay, Sir R. Bampfylde. Ftje County, General Sinclair. Glocefierjbire, Norborne Berkeley, T. defter. Hedon, Admiral Charles Saunders, Peter Dennis. Le
10 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SHIP-NEWS

SHIP-NEWS

Exiratl efa Letttr from Portfinoulh, April 12. « Thurfday, Friday, and Saturday, our people were em- ployed all night and day in fliipping all the battering cannon, fafcines, gabions, &c. which is now compleated. " Friday marched in here a company of miners. " Saturday morning a
21 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Ti tbe PRINTER,

Ti tbe PRINTER,

TH E R E are cheats, which moft efcape purilhmeot ; there are frauds, againft which no laws can well be framed; aad of which fort, that fubtle and crafty fet of men, frequenting Exchange Alley, are the moft notorioufly fu.:t. : Thefe judaical gentlemen, by their art of forging a
21 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sketch of fevcral Schemes,

Sketch of fevcral Schemes,

For inehfintr bye general Law, or by feveral private ASls, (but without fpecial Commifftoner, as now prettified) fome al leaft Common- Field Areble or Plowed Lands, now every third Tear lying Fal- low ; and tbe whole of that Year, and Jrom reap- ing the Cropi to the fowing the S
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Jh h V 1 TA V 11

Jh h V 1 TA V 11

Jh h V 1 TA V 1 1 HOW up i at« Men to lye' bow da — the.- ?? When L ft » ;•. c all I tai.u.t, me-.t - .at bottom tm%» gl*i t.ra-V -voiCM tot iw. a«J h--" % % emmay-mm,*** Stt-f-.i-Xittr »•- U"'iaUi !»',«
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Admiralty-Office, March 17.

Admiralty-Office, March 17.

His Majelty's Ships the Magnaninie.Cliichelter, and Niger, being on a cruize, at the Mouth of the Channel, gave Chace to a fmall French Privateer Snow, which they faw in the Morning of the 10th lull, and in the Evening the Niger took her. She is called the Marquis de la Chart, c
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England