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Wtftl, June. 84; Wr:h«v« received; foch. Quantities of" Forage, that our Magazines are larger than they were before lb* Accident

Wtftl, June. 84; Wr:h«v« received; foch. Quantities of" Forage, that our Magazines are larger than they were before lb* Accident

that dellroyeththem. The Train of iPrince Soubize's Army is preparing, and. the tavalry at»s emplcgred in twiftingidap infaidie* or > b«ciy ThingMalllbe.ri^ady.to DfWft theCampaigiti t'i: . Hamburgh,. June ty-i'.rWe bade Letters here from the- Camp.- the Prelfiaas atGrdiftmberg,
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
f r(hap'o jpofj,.F. Lomd oh , &c. Thurfday, June 18.

f r(hap'o jpofj,.F. Lomd oh , &c. Thurfday, June 18.

f r(hap'o jpofj, F. Lomd o h , &c. Thurfday, June 1 8. i. Yefterday .the R,ght Hon. t*e Lord Mayor, Aldermen. u> waited on the King at St. James's, with their Addrefs cf Congratulation on the Taking of Beileifle, to which his Majefty was pleafed to return a moft gracious Am- fwer
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
JACKS O N's.Oxford Journal Extraordinary.

JACKS O N's.Oxford Journal Extraordinary.

JACKS O N's Oxford Journal Extraordinary. From the London Gazette Extraordinary, Sunday June 14. Publifhed by Authority. MONDAY, June 15, 1761. Numb. 6,
15 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Inhere may be had, under SantHm of the KING'/ %«/.PATENTS.

Inhere may be had, under SantHm of the KING'/ %«/.PATENTS.

Inhere may be had, under SantHm of the KING'/ %«/ PATENTS. Dr. Bateman's Pectoral Drops, Fraunces*s Strengthening Elixir, Hooper's Pills, Schwanbcrg's Liquid Shell, RadclifPs Elixir, Chafe's Pills, Betton's Britifh Oil, Scots Pills, Spirits of Scurvy- grafs, Baker's Ballam, Fevfr
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, June 23.

LONDON, June 23.

"'Capt. Rooke and Cape Barton, who brought over the News of the Surrender of Belleifle, are ordered by. his Majefty 500 1. out of the Trealury. On Wednefday laft, after the Lord-Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Council, had paid their Refpects to his Majefty in the Congratul
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
mtttmtsap'q and C&iicjSD.ip'jJ Posts

mtttmtsap'q and C&iicjSD.ip'jJ Posts

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Leipzig, Jam 5. J_n>_yrf"W IS PrufFun Majetty does conti* *5c J? nue ftill at Kuutzcndortf, aad no- ft H j thi " I°f **y SMt ■*• y" ?? ,ct * ■" lOto-Kj- Every Thing remains quiet in the Camp of Schleitau, and the Army of the Empire baa not yet begun to m
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
feiindftP'ti and ipblldap'st Posts..From the LONDON GAZETTE..Cermanp*

feiindftP'ti and ipblldap'st Posts..From the LONDON GAZETTE..Cermanp*

?? and ipblldap'st Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Cermanp* DussE-»o_r, June 5. Vft^QtjfWllE Trnnpg that wcie .ncaijipcd near St j? this Place, were fc-ictd iato Canton- aT T jt merit* by the tind Weather x but. in If^. . IJS all /.Tie^.ance the thiee Camps will 2SQrtf&.;_l be ag
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Arriv'd et Mad firom Holland.C.nih.iu*.

Arriv'd et Mad firom Holland.C.nih.iu*.

Arriv'd et Mad firom Holland C.nih.iu*. Berlin, June t. The Armies fecm to L* very quiet inPomciania, Saxony, and Silefia. LIGNITZ, May 18. The King of Piuflia's Head-Quarters are Itil! at K.unt_j_ndorf, three Ojiarters ot a Mile from -d.v. tidniu. His Ma- jesty feems reiolvtd to
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

General Evening Post, June 4. Ftcnna, miniftry feem greatly embarraf- A4ay 20. fed at prefent; and notwithftanding all the pains taken to conceal it, their chagrin be comes every day more and more vifible. This, no doubt, is owing to the vaft preparations made by the Turks, whic
15 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extract of a letter from the Hague, June 7. «* We are daily in expedation here of very in- tcrefling event*. The King of Puflia's fudden march into Silefia, and from thence into the county of Glatz, cannot fail of bringing on a battle, efpeci- ally if, as is faid, Gen Laudohn ha
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland