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teed, if the military Force orgeo ntinues to be employed on the Side of Germany, :n SuptroaOW an Ail ;

teed, if the military Force orgeo ntinues to be employed on the Side of Germany, :n SuptroaOW an Ail ;

iv,.o did, no. ran, do them shy real Service. • By a private Letter from Belkifie, Gated the ulr. we learn, that when the Governor fonominded to fuirei.cer rr Citadel the Day before, he. tent for Ailfwer, th:rt he was dr c:- mined to ecienli ;be Place to the tali Lccremi:y. Out
9 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WHITCHVRCH RA M C Shropthire..J ON Tutfclay the 23d Day cf June will be run Mr. on Frees-Heath , near

WHITCHVRCH RA M C Shropthire..J ON Tutfclay the 23d Day cf June will be run Mr. on Frees-Heath , near

Whischurch. Shropfhire, a Puss of )561. by Four Years old Hotfes, Etc. that never won any ahring Eight Stone Seven Pounds, the belt of three two Mile Hem. On Wednefday the t a Foie of Sod by any Five Tearseis; Six Years old, or aged Hot tt Shall not won 501. *it. Seafon, nor abo
9 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DEATHS. Digby Dent, Efq; one of the Commilfioners of the N-vy. / 1 Wey- bread in Suffolk, John Lucas, Efq;

DEATHS. Digby Dent, Efq; one of the Commilfioners of the N-vy. / 1 Wey- bread in Suffolk, John Lucas, Efq;

of the Inner Tewipie.
13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NORFOLK CIRCUIT. Lard Mmtjuld, Mr. JnJtitt Omnifont Bmth, Monday July 6, at Buckingham. irt, Tbuifday 9, at Bedford. HumtingJarfobirt, Saturday

NORFOLK CIRCUIT. Lard Mmtjuld, Mr. JnJtitt Omnifont Bmth, Monday July 6, at Buckingham. irt, Tbuifday 9, at Bedford. HumtingJarfobirt, Saturday

11, at Huntingdon. Cmmbridgtjhiu, Monday 13. arCambridge. SnJfM, 16, at Bury St. Edmund's. NufM, Monday zo, at tb< Caftlc of Norwich. City tf Ntmiieb, the fame Day, at the Guild-hall. The Tranfit of Venn* was on Saturday obferved by many to ioas Gentlemen, with luitable Aparatuf
13 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Letters from CoaftiDtioold*, the fourth naff, advife, that the-Treaty of Alliance concluded between the Porte and the King of PrulEa,

Letters from CoaftiDtioold*, the fourth naff, advife, that the-Treaty of Alliance concluded between the Porte and the King of PrulEa,

embaraffes ail the European Miniflers at that Court; except thofe from the Maritime Powers, who knew the Negotiation of that Alliance long ago. Letters from the Coaft of Coromandel mention, that Come Time before the Sailing of the Company’s Ships lately arrived, xoo Europeans, a
13 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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To bi SOLD, 4/ Cawfcf'gark, »«4r Morp^ib,

To bi SOLD, 4/ Cawfcf'gark, »«4r Morp^ib,

bi SOLD, Cawfcf'gark, »«4r Morp^ib, FIVE Thousand Good ASH TREES, fit for cutting with a jiteat Number BißCil, AILER, HOLLY, THORN, CRAB-TREES, and HAZECS.—Enquire;of William Ogle, Efq< at Ca.vfey park. Tt SOLD by Auction, Newcaftle, on Thutl'day the uth Dav ot 'June inft. PART t
13 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
6 u gadier Lambert, for his gallant behaviour at Bdle* ifle, to the command of the 67th regiment, late, fir

6 u gadier Lambert, for his gallant behaviour at Bdle* ifle, to the command of the 67th regiment, late, fir

Hary Erskine’s, who has now got the 25th ment, in room of the earl of Ho.ne, deceafcd. 9. The moft able of the brave foldters that are lately come over from Germany and America, are to go into garrifons, and the others are to be taken into the Royal Holpital at Chelfea j moft o£
8 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From the Loudon Papers, June 9.

From the Loudon Papers, June 9.

Lisbon, May 5. Our court, perfuaded that the preparations of the Turks are not defigned again ft Malta only, hath given orders for putting our forces by fea and land on a refpecfable footing. Barcelona, May 13. There are four Englifh men of war and as many frigates in the road o
13 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Co/>y of a Letter from an Officer at Belleife, datii Camp before Palais, May 17. v As we were flrangers to the Arength of thi" ifland, we thought we had very few obftacles to encounter, after we had made good our landing ; however we were greatly mifhken, for the fednefs of the
13 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WOUNDED.

WOUNDED.

Brigadier Howfi. Whitmore's foot, Lieut. Chute. , Lord George' Beauclerk' s foot, Capt. Patterfon, Lieut. Hutchinion. Loudoun's foot, Lieut. Hen. Norton Ivers. Col -ill's foot, .Mwjox Nesbitt, Capt.. Faulkner ; Lieutenants Brom- head, and'*- Young. Artillery, Brigadier Defaguher
12 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England