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Bedds, in :et down to the Floor, burp the Windows out, fet Fire to the Waiiikot, and did tat Damage

Bedds, in :et down to the Floor, burp the Windows out, fet Fire to the Waiiikot, and did tat Damage

to that and the 1-loufe adjoining. Reading, Erns 13. Yefterday and To-day the Berkfhite Militia marched out of this Town, in order to encamp at Winchefter s and this Day the Royal Chefhire Militia ,came in here, with a fine Band of Mufick playing before them. it is Paid they are
23 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The NEWCAST. No. 4411

The NEWCAST. No. 4411

s U N D A Y’s POST. Arrived a Mail from Flamdkrs. Rochelle, .( Frame) May i 6. HE Court take* all poffiblc Meafures for the Safety of the Iflc of Rhe: Already a Quantity of warlike Store* and feveral Squadrons of Cavalry or Dragoons have been fent thither, the Duke of Choifeul h
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T# bt SOLD t$ tkt hfl MuUtr,

T# bt SOLD t$ tkt hfl MuUtr,

SOLD t$ tkt hfl MuUtr, On Taefdty the Da/ of Jane inft. .the Houfc of Mt James Nicholfoa, Innkecpet, io Heugktao le fpring, ia the County of Duthain, between the Boats of Two and Sis in the Afternoon of the fame Day N ESTATE, held by Leife Y«af» wilder the Oean and Chapect ot Dum
13 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
B. Foreign News,

B. Foreign News,

1. Madrid, May ii. Several Robberies, and even feme Murders, having been committed lately in the Streets of this Metropolis, the Court hasfoibid the carrying of any concealed Arms. Likewife all Livery- Servants, except the Kins's, arc prohibited from wearing Swords upon Pain of
13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE..M E N.

' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE..M E N.

' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE. M E N. Sir John Refllefs. ?? - Mr Yates Beverly, in love with Belinda, Mr. Obrien Young Belmont, in love with Clariffe, - - Mr. Miller Sir William Blandford, father to Belinda, - - - M Baddeley Sir "William Belmont, father to young Belmont, - - MA Da
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Capit-alation for tbe Citadel of Belleifle, made Jane 7,

Capit-alation for tbe Citadel of Belleifle, made Jane 7,

1761. Preliminary Article. The Chevalier de St. Croix, Brigadier in the King's army, and Commandant of the citadel of Belleifle, propofes that the place fliall furrender on the :2th of June, in cafe no fuccours arrive before that time; and that, in the mean while, no works fhoul
20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

They write from Leipfick, that two of Marfhal Daun's fpies had been taken up there, and fent in, irons* to Magdebbtvrg. We hear that Baron Kniphaufen has had feveral conferences with our Secretaries of State, touching the overtures made by the court of France for treat- ing of a
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extracl of a letter from Portfmouth, June 21

Extracl of a letter from Portfmouth, June 21

m On Friday arrived here Commodore Walker who in the late war commanded the fquadrop fitted out from Briftol. We hear this gentleman is tog 0 over to Belleifle, to execute, we feppofe feme com- million, of importance. ." The fame day 17 waggons, loaded with gun. powder^ arrived
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, June 16°

From the London Papers, June 16°

Malta, April 25. OT'WITHSTANDING all that has been Add, we had never any defem to reftorc to tbe Turks the fliip 2s which the Chriftian Haves brought in here lafl year. The ftarur.es of our order, anel ihe honour of our L o 'y religion, will not admit of fuch a meannefs. *^Ye at
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Exlracl A a Letter from Paris, June 12.

Exlracl A a Letter from Paris, June 12.

" Though the difpofition of the Britifli court exactly correfponds with the King's fincere defirc to haften the great work of peace, we know not yet what to think either of the congrefs at Augf- bourg, or of the neaociatlons that arc to 'oe ma- naged by MefT. Stanley and Bufly.
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland