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Saturday Night's POST.

Saturday Night's POST.

Frem tbi E YE N I N G - P O S TS, April 16. Naplti, Marcb 17. fCfa£( t\ H E rumour of the Turkilh armaments not ooly V_ , $A continues, but daily gains more credit ; there- £ 1 u^ fore the Malteze continue to labour diligently to C-v. *7j put themfelves in a poflure ofdefence. A
21 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COVER this - At Mr at Sutton, near ' . County, at a Guinea Mare, d ! '' !n '

COVER this - At Mr at Sutton, near ' . County, at a Guinea Mare, d ! '' !n '

1 th Servant, 1 41 * Horfe, called OrTOLAKT) . A Bay Years old, late belonging to Sir* r , ■ Bart dcreafed. was got bv h,'n the Godolphm Arabia,,, Vl'' iT l>n, Great Grand.mi eat Grandam by Leeds his t' S ' Grardam was a Barb Mare, which IVi'lTr-'" ' D.nmark brought over with hi
20 April 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
•"-■•■' ■'•■' » .* ?? ?? The following Perfons being Pri/eners for Debt, in the rtjy&h* Prifons, or Goals, hereafter

•"-■•■' ■'•■' » .* ?? ?? The following Perfons being Pri/eners for Debt, in the rtjy&h* Prifons, or Goals, hereafter

mentioned, do ker. by give Ntnc* that they intend to take the Betufu of an Ad \f p ar liame-t % paJM in the firji Year of the Re,gn of his prcfent Mmjiy Kirr Georcs the Third, intituled, An Ad fo- ?? of info Went DebtQis, at the next General or Quarter-Sejions of the Pence to be
18 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Prifoners in His Majefty's Goal or Prifon at.ROTH WELL, in and for the Liberty.of the Honour of Pontefra& in the County.of York.

Prifoners in His Majefty's Goal or Prifon at.ROTH WELL, in and for the Liberty.of the Honour of Pontefra& in the County.of York.

Prifoners in His Majefty's Goal or Prifon at ROTH WELL, in and for the Liberty of the Honour of Pontefra& in the County of York. Firft Notice. - EH Watfon, late of Holbeck in the County of York, Clothier. Third Notice. Ki chard Rogers, late of Leeds in the County of York, Stay-ma
18 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Prifonerin WOOD STREET Comptcf,.in the City of London.

Prifonerin WOOD STREET Comptcf,.in the City of London.

Prifonerin WOOD STREET Comptcf, in the City of London. Third Notice* John Young, formerly of the City of Edinburgh ih North Britain, late of Moor-lane in the Parifli of St. Giles Crip- plegate Without, Cordwaineh
18 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Prifoner in WHITEC ti A P £L Goal,.in the County of Micdlefcx.

Prifoner in WHITEC ti A P £L Goal,.in the County of Micdlefcx.

Prifoner in WHITEC ti A P £ L Goal, in the County of Micdlefcx. Third Notice. Herbert Hafelden, late of Broad-ftreet in the Kamjct of Rat- clifib, in die Parifli of St. Dqnitan Stepney in the County of Middkfex, Gtocer and Tobacconift.
18 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ERDEEN JOURN AL, LOST, between Invemry and Gardens Miln, near Culfamond, a BUNDLE, containing a Handkerchief, feme Linen Shirts, Stockings,

ERDEEN JOURN AL, LOST, between Invemry and Gardens Miln, near Culfamond, a BUNDLE, containing a Handkerchief, feme Linen Shirts, Stockings,

Neckcloths, a Pair of Silver Buckles, a Cafe of Inftruments, and fome Garden Flower Seeds. Whoever brings the faid Bundle to Arthur Shand at Weflhall, John Mellis in Huntly, or James Burnytt, Clothier, Aberdeen, fliall be handfomely rewarded. Monday Poft. Arrived the Mails from
20 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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27 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

7. This morning died his houl'e adjoining to the Tabernacle. Moorfields, the revd. Mr. Whitefield the noted preacher. 8. His Maj' ttv having been pleafed to appoint the right honourable John ear) of Bute to be one 01 his Majelt 's principal Cecretaries ftatc, his lordfhip was th
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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-I 7 u General Post, ‘Extrail of a letter from the head quarters of the French. 2. Yefterday at half an hour after three in afternoon, the marfhal catifed the troops Under thfc hereditary prince to be attacked near the village Stangerode, in the neighbourhood of Grunberg.— Baron
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland