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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
 
Tn he SOL D,

Tn he SOL D,

Tn SOL D, A Convenient and well accurtom'ed Public-house, litnate in S nafcate, and known the Name of the PINE APl‘i,E, with good Cci.ars, Brew houfe, and all neceflary Brewing Urenfiisi and alfo Mcfiuaget Dweliing houfes behind the fame, n >w the Occupation of James Paxton, Gard
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OXFORD, June 20.

OXFORD, June 20.

n J T «*y. the Rev. Mr. Wsrtoo was unanimoufly reeleflcd Profeflbr of Poetry in this Univcrlity. On Saturday laffi the Rev. Mr. Douglas, BaJiol, went out Grand Compounder the Degree of Defter in Divinity to which be was prefented by the Rev. Mr. Forfler, one the Fellows, and Dea
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
DEATHS. Tha Right Hon. the Countefs of Coningfby. Lady Manfel, Relift of the late Lord Manfel. Mrs. Thurlbourn, Wife of

DEATHS. Tha Right Hon. the Countefs of Coningfby. Lady Manfel, Relift of the late Lord Manfel. Mrs. Thurlbourn, Wife of

Mr. William Thui ibourn, Bookfeller in Cambridge.
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The NEWCAST. No. 4411

The NEWCAST. No. 4411

s U N D A Y’s POST. Arrived a Mail from Flamdkrs. Rochelle, .( Frame) May i 6. HE Court take* all poffiblc Meafures for the Safety of the Iflc of Rhe: Already a Quantity of warlike Store* and feveral Squadrons of Cavalry or Dragoons have been fent thither, the Duke of Choifeul h
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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Capit-alation for tbe Citadel of Belleifle, made Jane 7,

Capit-alation for tbe Citadel of Belleifle, made Jane 7,

1761. Preliminary Article. The Chevalier de St. Croix, Brigadier in the King's army, and Commandant of the citadel of Belleifle, propofes that the place fliall furrender on the :2th of June, in cafe no fuccours arrive before that time; and that, in the mean while, no works fhoul
20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Jofeph Uewedin and John lianis, of the City of Briftol, C?.rpentei» and Copartners. r
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
 
I.Nhl K M A R T, Newcastle.

I.Nhl K M A R T, Newcastle.

I.Nhl K M A T, Newcastle. A— „ Juaa IS, General Quarterly Court of the Governors of tbit Ch.rity will be held heie, on Tburfday the fecoad Day July at Tea o’clock in the Eoienoon. Order of the Committee. R. BURDUS, Secretary. The Conttibutoit are delired to pay their Sobfciiption
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England