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SELF-PAINTING Cenfured.

SELF-PAINTING Cenfured.

[By a Nt+U Lord.] fLTATIVI artleft Beauty hat long been the I^l peculiar Diftlnftion of my fair Fellow- Subiifts. Our Poets have long ung their genu- ine Li-lies and Roflh, and onr painters have as long endeavoured, tho" ia vain, to imitate them ; beautiful Suture mocked alt the
11 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
feundap'0 and dS-ondap'0 Posts..From /^LONDON GAZETTE.Omnanp.

feundap'0 and dS-ondap'0 Posts..From /^LONDON GAZETTE.Omnanp.

feundap'0 and dS-ondap'0 Posts. From /^LONDON GAZETTE Omnanp. NiMMEc.iiEN, May 9. jO._,,_i/18EC re n Number of Boats, laden with ■*' 2* Forage for the Ufe of Prince Sou- R j\ C bife'i Army, coming from Holland, J*? >C have jjalfed by this City within a pjrtt^rxjrl Fortnight pait,
11 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Lon.Oil,

Lon.Oil,

St. James'--, June-,. This Day Omar Ef. fendi, lately arrived Ambaffador from Algiers, had hii firlt Audience of his Majefty, to deliver hi . Credentials ; To which he was introduced by the Right Hon. William Pitt, Efq. [Thus far tbe Gazette. ]
11 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNA of prinCC Soubize will not formed before the I Gardiner at Aboyne will (how the Premifes any

The ABERDEEN JOURNA of prinCC Soubize will not formed before the I Gardiner at Aboyne will (how the Premifes any

Day betwixt s th cf June, and .h« even then part of the c. valry muft be left behind. | (htions and Articles of Roup. The light troops of the army under the hereditary prince have attacked and routed fome of the advanced ports of the two French camps at Rees, and Wcfel, which ca
8 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Extrait of a Letter from an Officer on board th Falmouth,.dated Madrafs, Off. 27, 1760.

Extrait of a Letter from an Officer on board th Falmouth,.dated Madrafs, Off. 27, 1760.

Extrait of a Letter from an Officer on board th Falmouth, dated Madrafs, Off. 27, 1760. ** I have the Satisfaftion of acquainting you, that I do really believe Pondicherry will fall before February ; it is clofely befieged by Col. Coote, and the French are greatly diftrelled for
12 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
At Eleven o Clock Y« Herd ay lm Royal the Duke of came, into Wefiminfter Hall, artcncied the Hoe. Colonel

At Eleven o Clock Y« Herd ay lm Royal the Duke of came, into Wefiminfter Hall, artcncied the Hoe. Colonel

Weft, was met at the Door of the Court of Chancery, the Lord High Chancellor, and the Matter of the Roils, who introduced him into Court, where he took the Oaths at Law which being over, his Highneii withdrew in about fix Minu et, attended by the Chancellor, who very politely to
13 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CHELMSFORD, June 11.

CHELMSFORD, June 11.

CHELMSFORD, June 1 1. Samuel Leetch, having been profecuted for endeavouring to get Prifoners difcharged out of our Goal, is ordered by the Court of King's Bench to be imprifoned in the faid Goal for 6 Months* and to ftand in the Pillory twice during that Time ; He has already ft
13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPS rVIQH: Pritftd for £. Cr at oh to w, ?? Two-Pence Halfpenny. J

IPS rVIQH: Pritftd for £. Cr at oh to w, ?? Two-Pence Halfpenny. J

13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, 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
 
tyollanb.

tyollanb.

Hague, May With Regard to the Mo- tions of Prince Ferdinand's Army, we learn, that all the Englifh Infantry had marched towards Soeft, in the County of L.a Marck, that the Britifli Cavalry remained quiet in their Cantonments along the Weferj but that the whole Allied Army would
11 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England