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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
 
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16 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A M. S' WEEKLY COURAAT

A M. S' WEEKLY COURAAT

16 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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16 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SUN FIRE-OFFICE, 1761.

SUN FIRE-OFFICE, 1761.

TTfllliam Shepherd, in Brewer's-Lane, Oxford, htinx appointed Agent for Oxford, and all the Placet adjacent j all ‘who chuft to enjure Haifa, Goods, or Stock, &c. by applying to him may have New Infurances and on producing their lajl Receipts b* is alfo empowered to receive the
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
L- O N D O N.

L- O N D O N.

ExtraS ofa ?? aprivatt Soldier in tbe Earl ?? (tbe \\Otb) regiment, to his Father in Norwich, dated Bel'e ifie, May l-jth, 1761. " 9" th« "d of-April. B««='«c's company of grenadier, landed, and Hood an attack of half an hour againlt 400 of the enemy, when two companies of ma li
16 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, 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
 
If_-£ the Printer of St. James''s Chronicle.

If_-£ the Printer of St. James''s Chronicle.

If _-£ the Printer of St. James'' s Chronicle. ' SIX, ?? HOUGH it is commonly find, that » pride and contempt for infericurs j ?? are flrongly implanted in the breaits I of our nobility, it mult ibe allowed, that their poli tenets and pood breed- ing renders it in general imperce
20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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rf.ißf.is, June 5. Ycfterdav bc : fif the Anni- "e*i I'sry of his Maji&y'S Bitih-D.i ,th. Right Hf.n. Nrth.ir.i.-l t 'laments, F.i'q, Ksnpir ef tiie p -.ca-.iff ?? entertained feveral of the Nobility and (Jen- tiv at th* Lovl^e in that Park, where the Evening «-■_ concluded *:i
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
__sdtJ), June 18,

__sdtJ), June 18,

! g^ Tbt Public are defer' d te be careful to aft Jor tbt Bath Chronic h and WEEKLY GAZETTE pubUJb'dbyC. POPE and Comp. as tht Proprietors tf tbt Bath Advertifer (a Saturday's Paper) have alter d tbeir Day of Pamtscation to Timrlday, fence our Profiofials wtrt firft dtflr'tfiute
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England