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m I Printed and fold by JOHN WHITE and Co M»*Nt, c Newcastle upon Tyne. J ** 1' *• • *_ - - « - SATURDAY, ab, MdcclXl. Mr Stanley, we heir, waited at Calaiii till received Advice of M. Bofl'y’s Arrival at Dover. Tuefday Order* were given for the Board of Work* to get. every Thing
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Of the faid J. Whits and Co. may be had.

Of the faid J. Whits and Co. may be had.

The Original BALSAM of HEALTH.; or, (as it is lomc Pcrfons called) the Balfam of Life. THIS Medicine, which is compounded ~of the fined natural BalUim, and balfamic Hetb*. is the mod admirable Vulnerary in Mature, and friendly to the Conditucion, that it deferves the Title here
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ac the T H B A T BE, in Mr Paiket’i Teid, the Turk’i Head, the Bigf.niatket, Monday Evening, being

Ac the T H B A T BE, in Mr Paiket’i Teid, the Turk’i Head, the Bigf.niatket, Monday Evening, being

the aid Inftant, will be peifermed, A CONCERT of MUSIC. _ . ®KET S, at if, si, ad- and, « -T -. I* **** and Cofeo-hooref nfnal. « ,wo _ ‘”* the Co net at will be ptefemed (gratis) The laft COMEOT (fo mnch admired in London) called, F E. T H E JE LOU S I TheEart of OAKLET, Mi CBI
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
! Num. 61 A 2. | Edinburgh j Saturday 'funs 2.0, 1761.

! Num. 61 A 2. | Edinburgh j Saturday 'funs 2.0, 1761.

20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter from London, June 16. „ »*f other letters from Paris there is advice, , at f-rders had been fent to fiverrrl regiments ich £>n art i tne coa (t c f Saintoncc and the Pai? At i " n ' s - "o repair to che ifle of Oleron, repeated "Xti'iT '" B recti v dby the mi
20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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DURHAM TURNPIKE. Meeting of tbc Trustees was ap- V lh « Hwrfrof Mi Connaet, i. C fce»« »'• D *T

DURHAM TURNPIKE. Meeting of tbc Trustees was ap- V lh « Hwrfrof Mi Connaet, i. C fce»« »'• D *T

® “»y 1»*. '■ •***• «• L«t i« ram (be Tarn-’ pike Gain ttt&e4 thu Road, fevciat Peffeai then to ~,e f “*“ (be fa.d to aft aot appeariag: Tb* Claik to the faid Traflca did appoint them to meet again at tbeHooTeof Mtt Hm t . IP’ I". «»«•»« ttk Dip ioft. bm a coapetent Maab<>oltbcm
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JACK ■' i||oXFC*RI> ■: JOURNAL.^P' SA T U R A’Vy Jime ijbi. Numb.'42s.' Publilhed by W. Jackson in the S

JACK ■' i||oXFC*RI> ■: JOURNAL.^P' SA T U R A’Vy Jime ijbi. Numb.'42s.' Publilhed by W. Jackson in the S

h-Street, Ox™™ j R. BoNd, PfintEr and BhoWellcr, ffl the Glocister • - E V E.R Y S A.iT: ER ; AY ■ iiA N. EN; G ■*' . * And (STferfM, With the greateft Ettpedirion, through Htnforijhire, Shrofjhin, and' various Parts of Wales :—By Adyertife.ncnts and Authentick Letters of Intel
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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
 
FD fN BURGH' Primed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CoMj.^ and ?? their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-cloie

FD fN BURGH' Primed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CoMj.^ and ?? their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-cloie

; where Advartifements and Subfiriptiwu are ca^w
20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LiJ! tie OJjlctrt KiUeX, If'tun Jed, and Prifo/iiri, at BdUiJle, t» June 4, 1761. KILLED; Capt. Sir W. Wi-liams, of

LiJ! tie OJjlctrt KiUeX, If'tun Jed, and Prifo/iiri, at BdUiJle, t» June 4, 1761. KILLED; Capt. Sir W. Wi-liams, of

Bargoyne’s Light Horfc. ; Lieut. Stone, of Lord Panmurc’s Regiment of Foot. Lieut. Whittle, the fecond Battalion of Rufane'*. Lieut. Motfon, of Major Gen. Ciauford’s Light Infancy. WOUNDED: Brigadier Howe. Lieut Gen. ff'litmords tf Foot. Lient Chats. • herd George PeaucUrk'i Reg
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England