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L 0 N D 0 N, June 20.

L 0 N D 0 N, June 20.

Prince Ferdinand celebrated the King's Birth-Day at Neuhaus. At Seven in the Morning, a Difcharge was made of 120 Pieces of Cannon. At Noon his Serene Highnefs received the Compliments of the principal Officers of the Army, and other Perfons of Diftinction in the Country, who we
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, June to.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, June to.

Hague, June 16. OU R frefheft Letters from the Lower Rhine bring the following Accounts. On the ioth Inftant, the Head Quarters of the French Army were transferred to Wefel, the Troops from the Camp at Burick pal Ted through that Place and ?? the Lippe ; above 100 Pieces or, Can
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

Bank Stock, 114. a 1 4th. India Stock, (hut. South Sea Stock, 06 1 half. Three per cent. Bank Annuities reduced, 8j 1 half. Ditto confol. 86 1 4th, a 3 Bths. Three per cent, ditro 171S, B>* j 'Bths. Three i-half per cent. Bank Annuities, »7>"C», jjo 1 half. Ditto 1 758, yj 1 4th
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
An 0 D E

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Addteffed to his Excellency Lord Vifzount Ligonier, on the taking of Belleifle. ON E Conqueft more to crown the Work begun, Thou'ft fefin, bh ! Genius of the Martial Race ! One glorious Aft, by Britifh Heroes done, To give thy Annals, Dignity and Grace ; Bellona views her Fav'ri
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CO U NTR r NEWS.

CO U NTR r NEWS.

Pott/mouth, June 1 1 . On Friday arrived here Com- modore Walker, who in the late War commanded the Squadron fitted out from Briftol. We hear this Gentleman is to go over to Belleifle, to execute, we fuppofe, fbme Commiffion of Importance. The fame Day 17 Waggons, loaded with Gu
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SUi^tttement^ A Capital MESSUAGE, or MANSION HOUSE, and Farm, conliiting of about 100 Acres of inclofed Land, Meadow, and Paihire

SUi^tttement^ A Capital MESSUAGE, or MANSION HOUSE, and Farm, conliiting of about 100 Acres of inclofed Land, Meadow, and Paihire

Ground, lying very compact and contigu- ous to the Houfe, andlituate ?? Woodhoufe., within the Parifh of Tut bury in the County ot Si.xffcrd, together with an cxtcntive Common Right in the Forelt or Chace of Need-Wood, the Whole in the Occupation at Thomas Midlvn, at the Annual
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Admiralty-Office, June 18.

Admiralty-Office, June 18.

Captain King, of His Majefty's Ship the Argo, gives an Ac- count, in his Letter dated at the Nore, the 17th Inftant, of his Arrival there, with the Marechal Ducde BironSnow, a French Privateer' of ij Guns, SbtrPoundcrs, ( pierced for zo ) 12 Swi- vels, and 109 Men, which was tak
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
St. James's, June 17.

St. James's, June 17.

THI S Day the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, arid Commons oftiie City of London, in Common Council *ffernbled, waited on His Majefty, and being introduced to His Majtfty by the Right Honourable Mr. Vice-Chamberlain Finch, made their Gompliments in the following Addre
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
_frtdap'0 and fcaturdap'0 Posts,.Arriv'd a Mail from Fl ander j.

_frtdap'0 and fcaturdap'0 Posts,.Arriv'd a Mail from Fl ander j.

_frtdap'0 and fcaturdap'0 Posts, Arriv'd a Mail from Fl ander j. "'&&* . May .9. W*L2fWt\9TAIH Cornier Commander of the £iW* Proteus, which ?? ax India. ■"CcE ?? f«out y-_HB> o_ i1*- Wllgl ron, with a private CT.miniHioii. SOQ-jtjv. VaNNES, May 29. lhcConven* tion concluded oathe
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
lift tf the Often Kißed, Wounded, and Prtftmtrt,.at Bclliisli, to Justt 4, t;6t.

lift tf the Often Kißed, Wounded, and Prtftmtrt,.at Bclliisli, to Justt 4, t;6t.

[Thus far the Extraordinary Gazette.] lift tf the Often Kißed, Wounded, and Prtftmtrt, at Bclliisli, to Justt 4, t;6t. Killed.— Capt. Sir William Peer Williams, of Bnrgoyne's Light Horfe ; Lieutenant Stone, of Lord Panmnre s Regiment of Foot , Lieu- tenant Whittle, of the sd Batt
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England