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TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

LONDON, June learn from Holland, that little while ago the Narden J Waggon was ftopt the French, who took out of it large mofoy, and ot^cr The Dutch AmbafTador Paris, preentC(* a demandingreftitution. The French Minifttr at the Hague hath fince reprefented the States-General, 4v
8 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From the London Gazette. ; / The B >lv of Pruffian?, V.; ; ;e command the Piince ol Wuriembourg, ,J

From the London Gazette. ; / The B >lv of Pruffian?, V.; ; ;e command the Piince ol Wuriembourg, ,J

f r _-en for the Mcck!'\in is now marched towards Stettin, in oider nearer to General Werner, ana prevent Y who are afombhng hemfelves near K'Jii'' 41 ''' v r>; : from advancing towards Belli' g remains tlv while in , with a corps of beivy, 2 and offeree the motions theSweee^ H'
8 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
I Num. 61 5 / J Ed'wbttrghj Monday, Jutte X, 1761.

I Num. 61 5 / J Ed'wbttrghj Monday, Jutte X, 1761.

8 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
15. Monday 400 quarters of wheat, ounces of wrought plate for Holland 100 quarters of wheat for Liftion quarters of

15. Monday 400 quarters of wheat, ounces of wrought plate for Holland 100 quarters of wheat for Liftion quarters of

wheat, 100 quarters wheat meal for Virginia; 50 tons of beer tor Dubin ; 600 cwt. of refined fugar for Germany, were entered for exportation ; and 380,000 lb. of Tobacco were imported from Virginia and Maryland. 16. Tuefday 7000 ounces of foreign gold were exported for Holland.
8 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter fen on board tbe Lord ArS.'(tranfpo■ t) at PljoKttth, .May 29.

Extract of a letter fen on board tbe Lord ArS.'(tranfpo■ t) at PljoKttth, .May 29.

Extract of a letter fen on board tbe Lord ArS '(tranfpo ■ t) at PljoKttth, .May 29. We are preparing to take on board feme fee. Infantry, which are coming from Exeter, and tIA arc to proceed for Belleifie. Since we have fe t . here our people have been bulled in removing ?? ftore
8 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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"I DO hereby give Notice, that I intend to compel Jeremiah French, late Lewes in the County Suflex, and of

"I DO hereby give Notice, that I intend to compel Jeremiah French, late Lewes in the County Suflex, and of

in the faid County, Innholder, who now in in his or Prifon the County, and charg d in Execution at Suit, toiubfcribe and deliver upon Oath a Schedule all his Eftate and for of his Creditois, at the next General or Quarter Sefiions the Peace, or any Adjourn thereof, held in and f
8 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Wednefday Poll. Arrived a Mall from Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, May 28. Extract of letter from Bombay y

Wednefday Poll. Arrived a Mall from Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, May 28. Extract of letter from Bombay y

Nov., 20, 1760. PONDICHERRY is ftill blockaded by our troops and the fleet under the command of admiral Stevens. Some of our men of war’s boats have lately picked up two Dutch boats going into Pondicherry, with upwards of 0,000 I, ill cafh, and fomc aluablc ftores : it is Lid th
8 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
No Mails this Poft.

No Mails this Poft.

From the London Papers, June 4. LONDON. On the 7th of March the French AmbaffadOT at Stock lolm prefented a fecond memorial contain- ino. among others, the following remarkable pal- - fages : *« His moft Chriftian Majefty remains moft firm- ly refeived to lifteu to no propofals
8 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The AB mile and lialf from Schwiednitz, 'Where general Coltze, with the troops, were to join him.—As the Aufirians were

The AB mile and lialf from Schwiednitz, 'Where general Coltze, with the troops, were to join him.—As the Aufirians were

almoft vyithin fight, a battle was hourly expelled. 5- Advices firotti 'Bremen * fay, that the allied army was in motion, and that they feemed to be drawing near Munfier. Trom Wefel of the 20th inft. we are told, that 3006 French troops are aflembled in that neighbourhood, 1500
8 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
commanding officer, that he would fend him a few more men, he would take the village. The officer gave little

commanding officer, that he would fend him a few more men, he would take the village. The officer gave little

faith to this meflage, but fent a party to bring them off - . Before they came, the corporal, with the three men, had drove the French, to the number of 50 men, out of the village, and was in pofleffion of it fuch is the undaunted courage of that corps this expedition. 5. So ref
8 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland