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A. London, ©V. Saturday, June 13.

A. London, ©V. Saturday, June 13.

?? hear l^ at his Majefty dors not re- ?? __l mcy e from St. James's for fome Time. Lond. ?? Peft.— See El 9 xtt W%£^j& 2. We are informed from vsry good »viPiH§ Authority, that our Government and ?? *^ r * ?? l^ e Minifter from France, 4p& £° on w tlie N c g ot i st ' o iS °f P
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E. Foreign News

E. Foreign News

1. B'tftijune z. The Squadron fitting out here and at Kcchfort will be more numerous than was at firft intended. Two more of 80 Guns, one cf 70, and two Frames, are fitting out at Rochfort. M. de Elsnac, who is to command this Squauron, is ordered to repair to Court to receive h
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
H A R W I CH, June i 3.

H A R W I CH, June i 3.

His Excellency Lieutenant-General Sir Jofeph Yorke is now here, waiting the Opportunity of a Wind for Helvoe fluys; as is likewife Lord Mornington, who is going to the Waters at Aix h-Chapelle.
20 June 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Thursday Night's POST.

Thursday Night's POST.

f r _» r*r LONDON GAZETTE, ?«« 9. »§» Arrivd two MAILS from Flanders and ont from, ™ Holland. Hague, June 5. IT is laid that the cavalry of the French King's Houfehold have Orders to be in readinefs to march between the 6th and 10th inftant, to the Lower- Rhine ; that four regim
16 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RDEEN JOURNAL. MONDAY, jfane 15, 1761.

RDEEN JOURNAL. MONDAY, jfane 15, 1761.

RDEEN JOURNAL. MONDAY, 15, 1761. and that the people feem to be in high fpirits, big with expeflation of this event. For my part, lam glad to find that they are in fuch good humour ; but as they know not how to compute, they little think how dearly in the end we fhall have purcha
15 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Truth prevaileth.

Truth prevaileth.

Whereas i william hardiman, Succeflor to R. Staples of London, have without ariy Foundation, publifhed, arid caufed to be publifhed and difperfed, in feveral Parts of this Kingdom, and particularly Caleb Prejlon, Boikieller in Bofton\ William Wood, Bookfcller in L'ncch; fohn Ber
19 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
To be SO L D, •

To be SO L D, •

To be SO L D, On the 300 of Jane, leeflait, the Dwelling Hos, of Rowland in Wrexham, between the Hourt of Two and Five of the Clock in the Afternoon, SEVERAL eiruages or Tenements in Brumbo, in the Parifh of Wrexham, of the Yearly Value of 6s 1. or thereabouts. wherein there is P
16 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
m I JEr

m I JEr

m I Printed and fold by JOHN WHITE and Co M»*Nt, c Newcastle upon Tyne. J ** 1' *• • *_ - - « - SATURDAY, ab, MdcclXl. Mr Stanley, we heir, waited at Calaiii till received Advice of M. Bofl'y’s Arrival at Dover. Tuefday Order* were given for the Board of Work* to get. every Thing
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Of the faid J. Whits and Co. may be had.

Of the faid J. Whits and Co. may be had.

The Original BALSAM of HEALTH.; or, (as it is lomc Pcrfons called) the Balfam of Life. THIS Medicine, which is compounded ~of the fined natural BalUim, and balfamic Hetb*. is the mod admirable Vulnerary in Mature, and friendly to the Conditucion, that it deferves the Title here
20 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England