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Ext raff -fa letter fom Paris, April .7.

Ext raff -fa letter fom Paris, April .7.

?? It is inconceivable wh.it intrigues there are at Court fines the Auftrian Court have perceived the difficulty of diverting the King from thoughts of peace. They are at prelent not a [half embar- raffed, particularly the Duke ue Choifeuii, who is flil! a warm Aickler for the E
29 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mlnti*.

Mlnti*.

HaCUE, April ai. We hear tint the Troops of hi* Pruffian Majefty have gained another Ad- vantage over Part of the Army of the Empire. On the 6th Inftant a Detachment of tl.e former at- tacked the Corps under Gen. Gua/co near Flatten in the Voightland, took 1 Colonel, 8 oilier Of
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
L outran, vlpnl 25.

L outran, vlpnl 25.

Admiralty Office, April it. His M.jclty's Ship the Blonde, commanded by Capt. Kennedy, on the zoth palt, fell in with a French Privateer of 12 Carriage Guns, and iif. Men, in the Latitude of 42 30 North, about 60 Leagues to the Welt wai d of Cape Finiitcrre, and tool; her after
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
eIJJf v!bWuu matt JmIWLTXXft*

eIJJf v!bWuu matt JmIWLTXXft*

?? v!b Wuu matt Jm IWLTXX ft * i Num. 6140] Ejd'tnburgh^ l-Vcdnefday^ April r 29, 1761.
29 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVE RTISE MEN T S. ALL the Creditors of John Campbell of Lanemark, are, defiled immediately to lodge their grounds

ADVE RTISE MEN T S. ALL the Creditors of John Campbell of Lanemark, are, defiled immediately to lodge their grounds

of debt, with a note, fub- feribed by them, of the fums^ principal and inte- reft, due to' them, in virtue thereof, ar the term of Whitfunday nexr, in the hands of James Fer- guffon or William Logan Writers io Air, in order that a fcheme of divi/ion may be m3.de out, and fuch of
29 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A New SONG.

A New SONG.

PRAY kif* me gently, Chloi cry'd. For I am weak and tender ! I will my Dear, the Swain teply'd j Forbening to offend ber. Then clofely Ihutting both hit Lips, (Regardingw.il his Hor.oui) Her rofy Mouth he lightly tips, And fiat hi* Ey«* upon htr. «' Oh fit ! (lays tie) you make
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
.f ri&ap'fli and &>atiirij.t?.'o Posts.

.f ri&ap'fli and &>atiirij.t?.'o Posts.

[•»• No Foreign Mail arriv'd.] iLoitton, april 23 MTV^]M*)SY Letters from Bcfton, March ta, wt W ?? learn, that they weie lately greatly £ B Q alarmed there with a Shock cf an 3c •"""»£ Earthquake, which lafted a^bout half Mj^tWvX a Minute, but no Damage en luedt that the Small-
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

They write from Orkney, that the Wolf, Alex- ander Alexander late mafter, bound from Leith to Quebec, lately taken by -a French privateer cutter off Buchannefs, was retaken, and brought into Kirkwall on Tuefday lift by -two Hull (hips, the one a Letter of Marque, the other -a Gr
29 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Loiii-to-it.

Loiii-to-it.

THE following Declaration, in the Name, and on the Pfirt of her Ma jells the Emprefs Apoftolic Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, was made and f.gned at Paris the i6;h of Man h, 1 -i*ii , by hei Mil. lit.-, at thalCouit, the Count of Star* hembeig, and was delivered at London the 3 i
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HSntrol, iipril 29.

HSntrol, iipril 29.

Arriv'd at th Hot-Wi lls, Lord and Lady Noithaniplon, Col. Drape, and 1.. ?? Rev. ?? Shilley and F.tm.lv, Mr. an t Mis. i'o.v „ Mr. and Mis. Cavcndilh, Mr. Noble, Mr. M •■.:-. ■•„*'., Mi. Ande.ion, Mr. Hen.leri'ui, i .l i Mi. I.ii- ctlles,' Mr,. Slater, M:l" Smith, eve. .\c. Cam
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England