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Extract cf a letter from Paris, June c.

Extract cf a letter from Paris, June c.

• Our rainiury are extremely attentive to the objecT oi the new armament preparing in the ports ol Great-Britain; and as they p/efume that it may- be intended againft the Ifle of Oleron, orders have been jufl Cent to the troops dif-perfed upon the coafls of Aulnis .md Saineonge,
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EPILOG U E.

EPILOG U E.

Written h Mr. Gcrrick, fpokcn vy Mrs Tales, Blefs me, this fummer work is fe fatiguing ?? And then our play's fo buffing, fo intriguing ! Such mining, Ughing, fcolding, all-together — Theft love affairs (bit befl in colder weather. At this warm time thefe writers fhoold not trea
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the Rcvciend I)r Subbing jprtaclu bcfcrt his jelly. Ihe Swotd State was to ami tiom Chtpci Lord Drlawar. Wc hear

the Rcvciend I)r Subbing jprtaclu bcfcrt his jelly. Ihe Swotd State was to ami tiom Chtpci Lord Drlawar. Wc hear

that the Manfion-houfe is going ornamrrited for the Reception of.his Majdly, who will dine in the Cay after the Coronation. It is aflitred, that, upon the extraordinary Recommcndatioel in General Hodgfon’s Letter of the gallant Bchavioor the Marines employed againll the French a
27 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
June 17, Mdccjlxi.

June 17, Mdccjlxi.

It rumoured, that io late deference bensreen Foreign and an EngfiHt OcatUinai), both high Rank, the former hinted, that hc.hiid ccrtalh Cio3frate in his Pocket; to which the other replied, There it;! but be careful that it docs not bum the Bottom of your Packet out. A current Re
27 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
«&eDnetWo POSC

«&eDnetWo POSC

From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, June 29. L 0 N D 0 N, June 29. ExtraSl of a Letter from the French Army at Bockum, dated June 16, Six at Night. (( 'TTHE heavy Rain on the 1-4 th and icrh * hath retarded our March, by {polling the Roads. " It is faid To-day, that Prince Ferdinand
26 June 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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2,2, 1761.

2,2, 1761.

tha J?roth« which took the Ajax from the Englifh, fet out yefterday for Quibcron* being charged with a particular com million, 8. Rothelle, May 26. The court takes all poflible meafures for the fafety of the Ifle of Rhc already, quantity of warlike (lores and feveral fquadronsof
22 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Bath'and Bristol

The Bath'and Bristol

The Bath' and Bristol Ffying Stage Pofl-Chaifes, SET ,9ut from the White-Hart in Stall-, tieet, __AT.lt, every Morning; one ?? o'Ciotk, the p^icr at Ten > and put up at the White-Lion in Broad -Street, Bristol i— Will fet out from thence every Evenin;;, one at Four o'Clock, the g
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
_3.i_._i. Hum 24

_3.i_._i. Hum 24

?? Hum 24 Arriv'd at tht HotwtHs.— »Lord Ravenfworth, Major Patterfoo, Capt. Style, Rev. Mr. and Mrt. Garnett, Revi Mr. Roaden, Rev. Mr. Pennington, Mr. Prefton, Mr. Pelham, Mr. Langara, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Coles, Mr. and Mrs. Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, Mr. and
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bedds, in :et down to the Floor, burp the Windows out, fet Fire to the Waiiikot, and did tat Damage

Bedds, in :et down to the Floor, burp the Windows out, fet Fire to the Waiiikot, and did tat Damage

to that and the 1-loufe adjoining. Reading, Erns 13. Yefterday and To-day the Berkfhite Militia marched out of this Town, in order to encamp at Winchefter s and this Day the Royal Chefhire Militia ,came in here, with a fine Band of Mufick playing before them. it is Paid they are
23 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE..M E N.

' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE..M E N.

' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE. M E N. Sir John Refllefs. ?? - Mr Yates Beverly, in love with Belinda, Mr. Obrien Young Belmont, in love with Clariffe, - - Mr. Miller Sir William Blandford, father to Belinda, - - - M Baddeley Sir "William Belmont, father to young Belmont, - - MA Da
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland