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2> Foreign News.

2> Foreign News.

I. Hanover, May zg. Captain Lieutenant Neimeier, with one Hundred Horfe of the Regiment of Cheval-rie, being ordered by Colonel Lukener to occupy the Environs ot Nortneym, he was very near taking M de Belfunce ; but the Swiftnefs of his Enghfh Horfe fayed him. A Lieutenant Colon
13 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Tromth LONDON GAZETTE, June .16.

Tromth LONDON GAZETTE, June .16.

Leipfick, [a confiderabU City of Saxony in Germany ) June . . HIS ?? Majefty continues ftill at Kunzen- dorff, and, nothing ofany Sort has yet pafled in Silefia. Every Thing remains quiet in tlte Camp of Schlet* tau, and the Army of the Empire has not yet begun to move. Marfhal
12 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
corated with roustains of Rofe Water; but one in particular bad a remarkable fine one. There were above 900 Perfons

corated with roustains of Rofe Water; but one in particular bad a remarkable fine one. There were above 900 Perfons

there, and the Expence amounted to very near loco I. It is Paid there will be another lnflallation of the Knights of the Bath before the Coronation, fo as to make the Number of that honourable Order amount to 6z. • Saturday died at her Houle in Hill-Street, Berkeley-Square, the
9 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
aimttfopfif.

aimttfopfif.

O facrcd Truth in Emblem did. .— Again the Mulct ling, Again in Brita.n's blooming King Alcides liandt confefl, By Ttinpeianec nurs'd, and early taught To fhun the fmooih f»l a ions Drai.ght Which fpjlkle's high in Circe's Bowl ; To tame each Hydra of the Sou., Each lurking Pell
11 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ftofnth LONDON GAZETTE, June 13.

Ftofnth LONDON GAZETTE, June 13.

Ditfieldorf, June $. THE Troops, that were encamped near this Place, were forced into Cantonments by the bad Wea- ther; but in all Appearance the three Camps will be again formed in a few Days, and march forward. It is thought the Army will be affeinbled between Dorfteii and Hal
12 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England