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LonD-n, 3!um 11

LonD-n, 3!um 11

LonD- n, 3!um 1 1 On Tuefdav Evening arrived an Exprefs from Belleille, dated the 31ft uit. which we heir brings Advice, that our Troops had not then taken the Citadel, but that they had made feveial Breaches, and were in Hopes of being Mailers of it in two or three Days ; that t
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
GL Y N D-B RID v Truftees appointed NP K J A<st of Parliament for ' 3,1 the South end

GL Y N D-B RID v Truftees appointed NP K J A<st of Parliament for ' 3,1 the South end

of South ftreet Lewes to Glynd bridge and fr tOWn Firle ftrcei under through A,H„„,,«»:f. ,t the Star Inn the dav ' fern. Four fa borrow (he 2001. (he ere!; t 1 rf ' and duties and a, the f ame tlme an j mi, * Cooper, Gentleman, deceafed, J k « u r - WHEE LER, Cler N. B. At the
15 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, 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
 
! Num. 6 1 60 ) [Ldinkurghj Monday, Jw&e 15, 1761.

! Num. 6 1 60 ) [Ldinkurghj Monday, Jw&e 15, 1761.

15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Letter from an officer or. board the Norfolk, off Pon-.dicherry, dated October 13, 1760.

Letter from an officer or. board the Norfolk, off Pon-.dicherry, dated October 13, 1760.

Letter from an officer or. board the Norfolk, off Pon- dicherry, dated October 13, 1760. Pondicherry is now our grand objed here; it is clofely blocked up by fea and land ; and if it falls, (as there is great rcafen to expect) will do as much honour to the Britifh arms in Afia, a
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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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
 
ADVERTI S E MENTS. ANY GENTLEMEN who incline to have their MARES COVERED by SPOT, will pleafe fend them to

ADVERTI S E MENTS. ANY GENTLEMEN who incline to have their MARES COVERED by SPOT, will pleafe fend them to

Mr. Lo'ckhart's ftables at Dryden where Spot will remain all fummer. By ADJOURNMENT. TO be SOLD, by roup, on Wednefday the 2,4 th of June currenr, at ten o'clock fore- noon, at the work houfe in Mornfen's clofe oppofite to Blackfrer's wyrtd, Edinburgh, lately poflefled by the de
20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Belleife, May 2J.

Extract of a letter from Belleife, May 2J.

" In my lart, by the Hampton-court my ?? was continued down to the enemy's dernier refoi'K-iI I mean their retreat within the works of ther' 3 "! del on the 14th. Things continue much i>"*J fome pofture, as fer fome days more they are IiWI to do: for the bravery of M. dc St. Cro
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Whitehall, June 23.

Whitehall, June 23.

the King has been pleafed, upon a Surrender of her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Amelia, to grant unto John Earl of Bute, one of His Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State, the Office of Rafiger and Keeper of His Majefty's Park, called the Mew Park, near Richmont, othcrwllc Rich
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

THURSDAY's POST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

This Day arrived the MAILS from Holian-d and t Dantzick, May 18- The head quarters the Ruffuns are ft.ll Manenbourg, but moil of their have already palled V.ftula, and entered into the Camps that are traced out for them erwald, Schwetz, and PiomSer^ ff ra!^ hn '* ' 3rtc,s Hauptm
15 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England