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A-^«^c^fcv^? RBETT ' ?t the s tate Lotte*y-Officf., oppofite St. DumTinVC'v,-'- cv.. c , _*^v A^V£_OTSe^I\TS arc alfo taken in-

A-^«^c^fcv^? RBETT ' ?t the s tate Lotte*y-Officf., oppofite St. DumTinVC'v,-'- cv.. c , _*^v A^V£_OTSe^I\TS arc alfo taken in-

At BAKER's Coffee-fioufc, ?? St IAMIJT^H' A P< r «TISEMENT.S r,re tdrfi. in, Houie,. Gr^VlnrvG^e, inborn ?? by Mr.GARDNEIt, „t * &wleyt^ V A > Cq^'
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To the King's moil Excellent Majcfty,

To the King's moil Excellent Majcfty,

The humble Addrefs of the Mayor, Capital Bur- gefle?, and Freemen, of the Borough of Ga melfbrd. WE your Majesty's moil dutiful and loyal Sub jefts, the Mayor, Capital Burgeffes, and Free- xnet, of the ancient Borough of Camelford, condole with your Majefly on. the Death of your
18 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Admiralty Office* Abrilzz.

Admiralty Office* Abrilzz.

His Majeft/s Ship the Blonde, commanded by Capt. Kennedy, on the 20 h pail, fell in with a French Privatier, of ?? and 1 16 Men, in the Latitude of 42° 30" North, aj>out 60 League* to the Weffward of Cape Finiflene, a.-d took her after a Chace ©f about fix Hours.
18 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
COUNTR Y N R W S.

COUNTR Y N R W S.

Aped S. 7 he large Men nf War at Spitnearl, and in the Harbour, are ordered io he got ready as Icon as pollible, in order to join the Fleet at Qiiiberoon. Cmventey, //pit 6. We have tecciired an At count from ante called Middleion, near Taniworth, that Widow Walker of brat Place
14 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
v Honourable Gentlemen, my -worthy Conflituents.and Friends !

v Honourable Gentlemen, my -worthy Conflituents.and Friends !

v Honourable Gentlemen, my -worthy Conflituents and Friends ! You have been pleafed this day to honour me •with your truft and confidence ; and, by electing me your Reprefentative in Parliament, to confer on me the higheft truft in your power to bellow, a truft that invefts me wi
25 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ex trail of _■ letter from an Englifh Fad or at Lee.horn, March, 1761.

Ex trail of _■ letter from an Englifh Fad or at Lee.horn, March, 1761.

Ex trail of _■ letter from an Englifh Fad or at Lee horn, March, 176 1. te As the French Turkey trade from Marfeiil_ : is now very confiderable, it is much to be wifhej on our part that a more minute attention was pajH to the annoyance of their trade on thofe feas. 4 floop, and a
11 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[Num. 61 1 5 j Edinburgh > y Saturday, April 18, 1761.

[Num. 61 1 5 j Edinburgh > y Saturday, April 18, 1761.

18 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, April 14.

From the London Papers, April 14.

Vienna^ March 28. Our future operations are' fo well concerted with the Court of France, that \ve hope from thefii tbe molt fignal victories. All our armies are complete ; they are even ftronger by io.ooomen than they have been the preceding campaigns. General Laudohn has under
18 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L ON D O N.

L ON D O N.

Extract of a letter from ths head-quarters of the French, March 22. "Yefterday at half an hour afrer three in the afternoon, the Marfhal caufed the troops under the Hereditary Prince to be attacked near the vil- lage of Staggerode in the neighbourhood of Grun- berg. Baron Clofen
4 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Haddington prces of grain, April 3d.

Haddington prces of grain, April 3d.

Beft. Second. Third. 1. s. 1. s. 1. s. Wheat 8 _ 8 o 7 ta Bear 6 6 6 oo 5 2. Oats .5 o 5 16 4 4 Peafe { 5 o 4 u| 4 10
8 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland