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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
 
Orkney till of/hipping.

Orkney till of/hipping.

Orkney till of /hipping. jnne r. The ftiiping in Strorhnefs harbour as per laft. June i. Sailed from Kirkwall Road, the Mar- garet, of Hull, Keldiy, for Bergen. Remain there, the Prince of Orange, Dunbar, for Bergen; and the Aurora, Balfour, for Leith. High water at Leith ; Meon
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DEATHS. Tha Right Hon. the Countefs of Coningfby. Lady Manfel, Relift of the late Lord Manfel. Mrs. Thurlbourn, Wife of

DEATHS. Tha Right Hon. the Countefs of Coningfby. Lady Manfel, Relift of the late Lord Manfel. Mrs. Thurlbourn, Wife of

Mr. William Thui ibourn, Bookfeller in Cambridge.
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
iB-iffo!, June 17.

iB-iffo!, June 17.

Arriv'dattbe Hot -Wells, Lord and Lady Mount manrice, Col. Reycant, Capt. Baugh, Rev. Mr. Longverille, Rev. Mr. Altham, Mr. and Mrs. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Mcc, Mr. and Mrs. Sher- brook, Mr* and Mrs Henry, Mr. Afbby, Mr. ■aid, Mr. Colby, Mr. Cout ts, Mr. Fryon, Mr i . Brumbow, Mrt.
18 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

LONDON, June from Hamburgh f 29th ult. fay, that v they had advice Saxo- an Exprefs wasar- rom to.' Pruflia, With « e at^cat ' on the late Treaty of Alliance conclud between him and tne Ot toman Porfe. 1 They write from Dunkirk, that one their Pri - vateers, called tbe Marlhal d
15 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE. June 5- is that the i Kind's Hou/hold have orders be in Jife «o niarch, between

From the LONDON GAZETTE. June 5- is that the i Kind's Hou/hold have orders be in Jife «o niarch, between

the6th and lothlnftant, ;" he Lower Rhine that four Regiments of ilorfe Tycoons, being attacked with the Glanders, ' or!i-red back from thence fot France and that o 'j'i,, i n out from Francfort the expected that his army would begin its loon after. Gen. Sp-rckco took poffefoi'!
15 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

g. "Yefterday the Algerine ambaffador was introduced to his Majefty, at St. James’s, and prefentcd fix fine horfes to his Majefty, who viewed them in the R )yal Gardens, from the windows of the palace. There was alfo a gun of curious workmanfliip brought over by the ambaffador f
15 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Saturday Night's POST.

Saturday Night's POST.

From the EVENIN G - P OS TS, Junt n. t^* Arriv'd « MAIL from Flanders. Rochtlle, May z6. }%Br%e'&s( H E Court takes all poffibie meafures for the ¥£ T 3§C fafc£y of the Ifle of Rne : alread y a quantity M JgJ of warlike floret, and feveral fquadrons of ?? W^_£ V cay or have been
16 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England