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AT THE GARDENS At Ntrtbgale Heaif, in Wakefield, on Wednefday next the firlt of July, will be a CONCERT of

AT THE GARDENS At Ntrtbgale Heaif, in Wakefield, on Wednefday next the firlt of July, will be a CONCERT of

MUSIC. The Vccal Part by Mr. TYMMS, from the Concert at York. Several new Concerto's and Duetts, will be perfoim'd on Frcncb- . Horns, by Meflis. Kay and Waterboufe. (5* If the Weather Ihould not pro.c favourable for walking in the Gaidens, the Concert for that Evening, will the
30 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON Pa comes in

LONDON Pa comes in

On MONDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY Mornings about Eight; and on each of thole Nights at uncertain Flours, IRISH and WELCH Pas come in. On MONDAY, WEDNRSDAY, and SATURDAY MOM about Eleven. IRISH and WELCH Potts go out On MONDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY Nights, loon after the Arriva
30 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Andrew Donglafs, of St. Martin in the Fields, London, Mer- ?? Dickins, of Smithfield, London, Innholder.— Archibald Murray, late of Plymouth, Dealer and Chapman.
30 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Mondat Night's POST.

Mondat Night's POST.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 27. j3r Arrived the MAILS from Holland andFLAXetu. IVefiel, Juntij. ?? ?? N the ,itn the fkimat of Soubite's Army began to SeA tv«. mo * e forward, in three Divifions 1 That under yjO SL M- de Chevert incamped at Steyl the 14th, and 7£ *J at 8.-ecku
30 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
This day <was publijled, and given gratis, PROPOSALS For PRINTING by SUBSCRIPTION, In Eight Volumes Duodecimo, T i T U

This day <was publijled, and given gratis, PROPOSALS For PRINTING by SUBSCRIPTION, In Eight Volumes Duodecimo, T i T U

S L I V 1 U S's ROMA N HISTORY, From the Building of the City. Wfth the Supplement of JOHN FREINSHEM, Tranflated into Englifh, and illuflrated with notes hiftorical and geographical. CONDITIONS. I. This work will be printed On a fine demy paper, and a neat new type, a fpecimen o
29 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D I N B Ueiß G H.

E D I N B Ueiß G H.

The following circumftance we have from a ma- fter of a (hip belonging fo^r-Je-yCaftle, that arrived lately from the Baltic, where he had been with a cargo of coals. He deliverer! them at Colberg, in Pruflian Pomerania; which'p'hfe-f had its pavement dug up, ar -d moft of the hc
29 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

Genera i. Evening Post, June 1 8 ExtraSl of a letter from gentleman in Antigua, his friend in London, dated March c)th 1761. BY the laft advices received from England, we are informed, that it is the general opinion there, that by a peace with France, either Canada or Guadalupe
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
. i y 6 i.

. i y 6 i.

. i 6 i. is reported, talking of fomething like an indemnification for ftlips taken before the war to which he was anfwered, not a fhilling : then he talked 50,000 men being ready to invade us j the ahfwer to which was, let them come, arc ready to receive them : and-the thifd and
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A Friday Poft. Arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, June 20. THE Y

The A Friday Poft. Arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, June 20. THE Y

write from Malta, that they had re" ceived advice from the French conful at Conftantinople, that the fleet fitting out there will confift of 18 capital (hips of war, 20 frigates,xebecs, cruifers, &c. and is to be commanded in chief by Haflen Dey, and the famous Pacha of Rhodes i
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

London Gazette, Junp 23. Whitehall, king has been pleafed to confti- June 23 J|[ tute and appoint, his grace Charles duke of Queenfberry*,' keeper of his majefty’s feal, appointed the treaty of union to be kept and made ufe in Scotland, the room of Archibald duke of Argyle decea
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland