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ro Mifs ****»*, of Bath.

ro Mifs ****»*, of Bath.

ro Mifs ?? of Bath. MOre Beauty fure ne'er Nymph poffcfs'd, More Truth fure ne'er fuch Beauty blefs'd. All that's good, and all that's fair, In Height of Luftre fhine in her. Make, gracious Heav'n, this Wonder mine. With Joy I'll other Joys refign.
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Capitulation of the Citadel of Belle-.isle, made June 7, 1761.

Capitulation of the Citadel of Belle-.isle, made June 7, 1761.

Capitulation of the Citadel of Belle- isle, made June 7, 1761. Preliminary Article. The Chevalier de St Croix, Brigadier in the Kpng'sArmy, and Commandant cf the Citadel of Bell.ifle, prupofes that the Place Hull furrender on the isth of June, in Cafe no Succours arrive before th
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
. . 4 Pbcfe Give and Take. Coglfoo» grey ktaCß. Ntriktr* fatty. Swinboro, Horfe, Sfrtgitly. Hlutoo, Efqr't grey Horfe, D*fur.

. . 4 Pbcfe Give and Take. Coglfoo» grey ktaCß. Ntriktr* fatty. Swinboro, Horfe, Sfrtgitly. Hlutoo, Efqr't grey Horfe, D*fur.

Henry Carwen. Efqr’a bay Mare, Pnfulla. Wedoefilay, a Purfc 50!. Sir Belliogham Graham, Bart’a chefpot Horfe, Dtott. Simon Scroop. Efqr’i bay Golt, Jofeph Coatiworth, Elqr’t bay Mare, Bright Ejts. Ralph Smitb, Efqr’a cbefont Mare, Valiant. Thurlday, a Pnrfe of foi. and Sqbfcript
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Juit IMPORTED,

Juit IMPORTED,

From JACKSON's only Of'hoiefalt Warebos!fe for making and 'residing Dr. BATEMAN's PeaJral Drops, at the King's Arms, Craven•Builangs, London, kept by THOMAS and WILLIAM JACKSON and Company, %where Captains and Mailers of Ships, and Country Shopkeepers, may be Applied, 'with good
16 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
From the London Papers, June 13.

From the London Papers, June 13.

Prague, May 27. The King of Pruflia, in or- der to prefcrve his communication with Saxony, has left fome troops on the Queifs. Thefe Gen. Beck attacked near Greiftenberg, on the 2 tit. The Priiifeins had about 600 killed or wounded, and near as. many taken prifoners. They loft a
17 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I.Nhl K M A R T, Newcastle.

I.Nhl K M A R T, Newcastle.

I.Nhl K M A T, Newcastle. A— „ Juaa IS, General Quarterly Court of the Governors of tbit Ch.rity will be held heie, on Tburfday the fecoad Day July at Tea o’clock in the Eoienoon. Order of the Committee. R. BURDUS, Secretary. The Conttibutoit are delired to pay their Sobfciiption
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Che LEEDES 3nttllfjienttr.r^.EXTRAORDINARY.

Che LEEDES 3nttllfjienttr.r^.EXTRAORDINARY.

Che LEEDES 3nttllfjienttr. r^ EXTRAORDINARY. [ Vol. VII. ] *<<o*cfcca<)oßoA)Daj Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street-End* — ?? — ?? J _ — * WE DNES D A V, June 17, 1761. ?? . , . . .. ?? ?? N° 373- -0 ??
16 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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HAntJF, Jntie 9. The Prince of Soubife was expected at Wefef, but not yet ai rived the 6ih. It was expected that his Army would begin iti Operations about the 15th Inlla/it: A g-eat Dv fertion prevailed amongft. them, and efpecially amongft their Cavalry. ?? bus far tbe Gazette.
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, 3un. is.

London, 3un. is.

We are informed from very good Authority, that our Government and M. Bully go on with the Negotiations of Peace in an amicable Man- n*r, and that there is a great Probability of bringing it to a fpeedy and happy Conclulion. Lalt Week the Freedom of the City ot Dublin in a Gold B
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WANTED.

WANTED.

any Village not lefs them Thirty, nor more than One Hundred Miles dijlesnt from Abingdon; A HOUSE with Two Rooms on a Floor, fomilh'd. Stabling is not wanted ; and 1 Market-Town not agreeable. Whoever hat got fucb a Houfe to lett, is defired fend the Partieulart in a Letter, Por
20 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England