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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
 
3Prtlatm

3Prtlatm

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
 
Extract of a Letter from Beliefe, May 2C. j

Extract of a Letter from Beliefe, May 2C. j

Extract of a Letter from Belief e, May 2C. j M The beginning of this month, in a dark night. the enemy made a felly upon our lines to the weft, which occafioned fomc finall confufion, fevera] wei; killed, and fome wounded. The French Officer who commanded that attack, a Lieutenan
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Port fnouth, Jane XI.

Extract of a letter from Port fnouth, Jane XI.

" On Wednefday his Majefty's fliips Sapphire and Unicorn fell down .to St. Hell-ms, in order to proceed to Belleifle. " On Thurlday 25 covered waggons, ?? with gunpowder, came in here, efcorted by a par- ty of the train of artillery. It is put into the ma- gazine, in order to be
17 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO be let and entered ro at Whitfunday nexr, for nineteen, or fuch a number of years a; fhali be

TO be let and entered ro at Whitfunday nexr, for nineteen, or fuch a number of years a; fhali be

agreed on, A Pare of the Mains of Newgrang* 1 . The yearly rent about 40 1. For further partku- lars, enquire at the proprietor at Newgrange, near Arbroath. HP*He Creditors on the ellate of Lovat. ?? or their doers, are deiired to meet at *■• Exchange coffeehoufe, on Wednefday t
17 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SHIP- N E W S.

SHIP- N E W S.

Extracl ofa Letter from Bergen, dated April 9, 1761. " We have two fnow privateers here, of 1 4 guns each, belonging to Dunkirk, who have brought in three priafc, viz Capt. Ogilvie, of Leith, Captain Turnbull, of Bet- wick, and Capt. Cheyne of Crail, befides having on board four
16 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Whitehall, June 14.

Whitehall, June 14.

LAST Night Major Rooke, and Captain Barton, arrived from Belleifle with the following Let- ters from Major Gen. Hodgfon, and the Honourable Commodore Keppel, to the Right Hon. Mr. Secretary Pitt. Ijland ofi Belleijle, June 8, 176 L S I R, IHave the Honour to acquaint you, that t
15 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tuesday’s post. Frcm tht LONDON GAZETTE. Junt 5. , *S Pruffian continues ftill at and nothing of any fort has

Tuesday’s post. Frcm tht LONDON GAZETTE. Junt 5. , *S Pruffian continues ftill at and nothing of any fort has

yet palled Silefiai j wains quiet in the Camp of Gchletuu, and £l".' ~ re has not yet besun to move. Mar- C!.f', , r - e oni . *' * J ' Qi'arters at StatcUlein. and Geneial !u* 11 Hoff with few Battalions. That Army is J t0 ««ttd 7or Scoo'Mtr, and to tie ill '“*cd with every Thi
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD to the left Bidder,

To be SOLD to the left Bidder,

SOLD to the left Bidder, Oa Friday the 26th Day of June, at Mr. March'*, at Maidenhead Bridge, near Maidenhead in Berkthire, between the Hours of Twelve and Six o'clock of the fame Day, A Good Freehold FARM, being a Moiety Place or Park, commonly known the Name Polly Jslm Park, u
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England