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TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

LONDON, June from Hamburgh f 29th ult. fay, that v they had advice Saxo- an Exprefs wasar- rom to.' Pruflia, With « e at^cat ' on the late Treaty of Alliance conclud between him and tne Ot toman Porfe. 1 They write from Dunkirk, that one their Pri - vateers, called tbe Marlhal d
15 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE. June 5- is that the i Kind's Hou/hold have orders be in Jife «o niarch, between

From the LONDON GAZETTE. June 5- is that the i Kind's Hou/hold have orders be in Jife «o niarch, between

the6th and lothlnftant, ;" he Lower Rhine that four Regiments of ilorfe Tycoons, being attacked with the Glanders, ' or!i-red back from thence fot France and that o 'j'i,, i n out from Francfort the expected that his army would begin its loon after. Gen. Sp-rckco took poffefoi'!
15 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
GL Y N D-B RID v Truftees appointed NP K J A<st of Parliament for ' 3,1 the South end

GL Y N D-B RID v Truftees appointed NP K J A<st of Parliament for ' 3,1 the South end

of South ftreet Lewes to Glynd bridge and fr tOWn Firle ftrcei under through A,H„„,,«»:f. ,t the Star Inn the dav ' fern. Four fa borrow (he 2001. (he ere!; t 1 rf ' and duties and a, the f ame tlme an j mi, * Cooper, Gentleman, deceafed, J k « u r - WHEE LER, Cler N. B. At the
15 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE • Pari , (France) May no longer doubt that Belieifle is the Hands the J cf M the Englifh,' through our own negligence'in not fend proper reinforcements; especially on the. Bth Letters from Nantz, after rcprefenting Helleifle as 1011, fay, that they are under
1 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

L ON DON, June 4. the cf March the Stockholm a frond mfinori.il, containing ot.licrs, tiie following remL«r^able remain ri.miy re* ioiveJ hilen pofals for end the war :n Germany, without the Knowledge ' Participation bis Alhe-. ' Hi?. Chriftiau therefo e defies, that the King as
8 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To L T T, And enter'd upon dire Sly, Miufummcr next, 'T'HE LAMB being; a good accuftom'd Inn, with ■*

To L T T, And enter'd upon dire Sly, Miufummcr next, 'T'HE LAMB being; a good accuftom'd Inn, with ■*

proper Stables thereto) at Eallborne in the County of Suffix, within Mile and Quarter of the Sea, and late in the Occupation Wm. Keevs. The Fnrniture, and Beer and orher Liquors (which are very good) to fold at the fame Time. Further Particulars to be had the faid Inn. To Cover
8 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
By his M j E st y's Authority This Day is published, r (llluftrated with a Map of Belle-Ifle divide

By his M j E st y's Authority This Day is published, r (llluftrated with a Map of Belle-Ifle divide

riflies } accurate plan thett c™' lions of the town and citadel ] A finely engraved head the Hon C ' '" dore Auguflne Keppel, Condor'<!u e ~ dition-fleet Bdle llle : And acuri.J* I*'1 per-pla-e, exhibiting and explaining |h f ? P ' meal powers of balances, lev.n, ie «j l'bref&c
8 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ' Day arrived the MAILS from Flanders. Dantzick, (in Polanu) June 6. The Czarina having reafon believe tl.-t treaty lately conclude between his Pruihan Majcity and ti.e of the , ' extends faither than the i.netefts Commerce, left dilpofed Peace than lJ(e th
29 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
gattirsap's! pD-SC.

gattirsap's! pD-SC.

FrwH th Whitehall, General, and othr Evening Papers, &c. June 4. Some Reafons why th Marin, of France fhould be limitted in a future Inaty of Peace ; extratled from a Pamphlet intitl-d, The Intereft of Great Britain in the Ap- proaching Congrefs confidered : In a Letter from a n
5 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
E P O D E.

E P O D E.

0 call'd by Heaven to fill that awful Throne Where Edward, Henry, William, George have fhonc, ( Where Love with Reverence, Laws with Power agreei And 'tis each Subject's Birthright to be free. ) The faireft Wreaths already won Are but a Prelude ta the Whole : Thy arduous Race is
5 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England