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IPS WIG II: Printed for E. CRAr^HTOK, ''(Zrict Two-Pence Halfpenny.;

IPS WIG II: Printed for E. CRAr^HTOK, ''(Zrict Two-Pence Halfpenny.;

20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
EDINBURGH, June 8.

EDINBURGH, June 8.

17. Yeftcrday morning, a whale above fortyfour feeL long, (faid to be bone-fifh) run afhore under the cattle of Burntiiland, where the country [Numb. 701, people, with forks and other iaftruments, foon kit. led her. BRITISH CAPTURE. 8. THE Veftal man of war, capt. Hood, has take
15 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
erdeen journal, fiance from the Lands, ’which Ij about 10 Miles from Aberdeen, and z Miles from Ellon : and

erdeen journal, fiance from the Lands, ’which Ij about 10 Miles from Aberdeen, and z Miles from Ellon : and

to free and relieve the Heritor of the Minifier's Stipend, and Schoolmafter's Salary yearly, and ties under feveral other Prefiations beneficial to the Heretor.—— The Lands are very voell-accommodated ‘with Mo/s, are very imfroveahle, and of extenfive Bounds for making fuch Impr
15 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
C. The LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY,

C. The LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY,

Publifhed on Sunday, June 14, 1761. ?? Wkitekall, June 14. Laft Night. Major Rooke, and Cap- tain Barton, arrived from Beileifle with the following Letters from MajoriGeneral Hodgfon, and the Honourable Commo- dore Keppel, to the Right Honourable Mr. Secretary Pitt. ?? Junel, 17
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BECCLES RACES, Suffolk, 1761. Oji/'ILL be on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 23d and v V 04th of June inftant. Tho.

BECCLES RACES, Suffolk, 1761. Oji/'ILL be on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 23d and v V 04th of June inftant. Tho.

C. Bunbury, Efq; ? _ , R ?? tr_-,.„ _r. > ote wards, obert iiDGAR, rL.q; _, ' N. B. Cocking at the Angel. For Particulars, fee tke Ipfw. Journal ?? 30, June 6 ci? 1 3. IPSWICH, June 18, 1761. IPSWICH RACES. ON Tuesday July 7, his Majefty's HUNDRED GUI- NEAS will be run for on Ip
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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The Ipswich Journal:

The Ipswich Journal:

[N°. 1 1 7 1 . Saturday, June 20, 1761.
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
A tide XL The Officers end Soldiers who are in the Hofpitals the Town liod Citadel, fhall be treated the

A tide XL The Officers end Soldiers who are in the Hofpitals the Town liod Citadel, fhall be treated the

fame Manner as the Ganifon; and after their Recovery,' they fhall be farnifhed with Veflcls to carry tbein to France. 7ln the mean Whde, they (hall be fupplied with Remedies till their Departure, according to the State Which the Comptroller and Surgeons (hall give in.—Granted. A
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the London Papers, June o.

From the London Papers, June o.

Genoa, May \B. The fix commiiiaries anpoin*- ed by the republic to oo to Corfica. in order to make up matters with the malecontent?, let fdl this morning; and as their abilities are well known we flatter ourfeives very much with herpes of their fuccefs. Hamburgh, May 29. "We lea
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Rome to his.friend in London, dated April 23, 1761.

Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Rome to his.friend in London, dated April 23, 1761.

Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Rome to his friend in London, dated April 23, 1 761. " The two extraordinary perfons who lately made their appearance at Cofegn having given fuf- ficient teflimbny to the French envoy, and rnagiflra- cy of that town, were permitted by them
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a Letter from Beliefe, May 2C. j

Extract of a Letter from Beliefe, May 2C. j

Extract of a Letter from Belief e, May 2C. j M The beginning of this month, in a dark night. the enemy made a felly upon our lines to the weft, which occafioned fomc finall confufion, fevera] wei; killed, and fome wounded. The French Officer who commanded that attack, a Lieutenan
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland