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TUES D A Y, April 14, x 761.

TUES D A Y, April 14, x 761.

gin to delpair of the whole Campaign. At prefent, wherever the Event bath dirclofed his Views, it is feen that thofe Garrifoes kept the Allies in check, and ferved to harrafs them; and that Prince Ferdinand's Troops, after fuffering incredible Fatigue, are much diminifhed at the
14 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AN ENTIRE NEW WORK. To be Complexted in 3 o Weekly Numbers, Price Six-pence each. Ow Saturday April 1761, was

AN ENTIRE NEW WORK. To be Complexted in 3 o Weekly Numbers, Price Six-pence each. Ow Saturday April 1761, was

to bit royal proclamttion for promoting Cbrifliair krerwledzo aid refigime. (Illuflrated with a curious Emblematical Title-Page, ?spree:sting our Saviour, the four Evangells and Twelve Apoilles.) NUMBER I. of the FAMILY TESTAMENT; R I Sacred Expofitor. CONTAINING The NEW TESTAME
14 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To COVER this Season,

To COVER this Season,

COVER this Season, ,A T Lord Ch edworth’s Arms, at Fofs- Bridge, in the County Gioeefler, three Milea from Northleeeh, eight from Cireaieffer, Guinea a Mare, and a Shilling the Scr- Tant, to paid at the Time Covering, A Beautiful Chcfnut HORSE, Now rif nine Yean old, full Handt h
11 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
‘this Day is publijhed, (In Two Volom»«, Twrlvw, Price c«. fewcd, neatly printed open • fopeifine Writing Paper, tcc. adorned

‘this Day is publijhed, (In Two Volom»«, Twrlvw, Price c«. fewcd, neatly printed open • fopeifine Writing Paper, tcc. adorned

with two very elegantly engraved Frontifpiactr, . , . Dedicated to the Right Hon. the Earl of CnzsTitrizt.D, LIFE and OPINIONS of BERTRAM MpSTFICrtET, Efq; ftm C. C. SeyflTcrt, I'all-Mall ant! fold by M. Corper, in Paier-noftcr and Bock Tell ert in Town and Country. to the prden
11 April 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, 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
 

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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
 
from the London Gazette, April 4..Whitehall, April 4.

from the London Gazette, April 4..Whitehall, April 4.

from the London Gazette, April 4. Whitehall, April 4. THE King has been pleafi-td to grant unto John Spencer, Efq,- and his lawful iffue male, the dignities of a Baron and Vifcount of the king- dom ?? Britain, by the name, ftile, and title of Baron Spencer of Althorp, in the coun
11 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, April 4.

From the London Papers, April 4.

Confi antinople, Feb. 18. A floop is arrived with Magnotes, who either from obftinacy or inability -feuded to pay the annual tribute to the Grand Sig- Bior. Thefe unhappy men were immediately put in irons, and numbered among the Grand Signior's Daves. The Magnotes, or Mainotes,
11 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L I T T. A..TRANSLATION.

L I T T. A..TRANSLATION.

L I T T. A. TRANSLATION. I hereby certify, and atteft, that his Excellency Count Eftcrhazy, General in the fervice ol her JVlajefty the Emprefs Queen, did not touch nor do any the leaft damage to the Icaft thing in his Pruf- fian Majefty's palace here, at Potfdam ; but that he ha
8 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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14 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England