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DURHAM TURNPIKE.

DURHAM TURNPIKE.

WHereas Meeting of the Trustees was appointed, to held at the Houfe of Mr Courtney, in Cheftet, on the lift Day of May laft, in ordet to Lett to Farm the Turnpike Gatei etefted on this Road, and feveral Ferfons then attended with their Propofols to take the fame; but competent N
27 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Night's POST.

Night's POST.

From th, LONDON GAZETTE, Junt 20 . & Arrivdthe MAILS from Holland WFlandhrs. Hague', Junt 1 6 WtJW? U R frefheft letters from the Lower-Rhine bring £, W the following accounts. On the 10th inftant, jfi O (E the Head (garters of the French army were wi *J transferred to Wefel, th
23 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Haddington prices of grain, June 24.

Haddington prices of grain, June 24.

iieft. Second. Third. 1. s. 1 s. 1. s. Wheat s § 8 0.712. £ear 5 8 5 2 4 16 Oats 5 z 4 16 4 4 Peafe 4 16 4 12 ' 4 10 High wa te r at Leitb. Mson rifes. Morn. Even. Moon's age. H. Ivi. H. M. H. M. Friday (14 00 Morn. 2.2.; 8 ip! 8 ?? Saturday J25 ,00 36 j 9 18 J 9 58
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter from London, June 18. Fetters from Paris fay, that a fleet of 35 hips ofthe line, befides frigates, and a great num- C "A- land forces, will be ready to fail from Brefl * n *- Rocbelort in a fortnight. It is imagined to e given out only with the deflgn of add
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
On bearing $, jttung Lady ftng.

On bearing $, jttung Lady ftng.

SWEEP Echo! vu-al Nymph, whole mimic I onguc Keturn'd the Mulic of my Dtiw'i Song, *Dh! ftill Repeat the fofi in< banting Lay; _ hat gently Heals the nvifh'd Soul away ! Shall bi.unds like th.'ie in circling Air bt toft, And in the Stream of vulpar Node; loft } Ye guardian Sylph
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Arriv'd a Max!from Fiandexs, which.brtugkt very tittle frtjb lute Wgen, c.

Arriv'd a Max!from Fiandexs, which.brtugkt very tittle frtjb lute Wgen, c.

Arriv'd a Max! from Fiandexs, which brtugkt very tittle frtjb lute W gen, c. Proas the Hague they inform us, that not- withftanding tbe good Reception M. dc Bu :fy has met with at Loeden, it's rnu h doubted there whether bis Negotiation will prove fuccti'ful. From Pcterfburgb we
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ADVERTISEMEN T S. AT LOND 0 A, For Leith, Borrowftowmiefs, and A"., r-^- r-i-p HE G LASGO W■md 1 £JNT

ADVERTISEMEN T S. AT LOND 0 A, For Leith, Borrowftowmiefs, and A"., r-^- r-i-p HE G LASGO W■md 1 £JNT

I L V PECQUET, ?? ?? THOMSON ?? ■■ ?? ?? at Hawley's Wharf near the - : ?? - mitage Bridge, akinu to fall with the fir i ?? fhip hath good accommodation Ih . - The Mafter to be ("poke with on the Sc on the Royal Exchange, in the Edinburgh , houfe, at 'Change hours, mornings and
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
f niNBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Rudduun, John Richardson and Com?-* " and fold at their Printing-lioufe in the

f niNBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Rudduun, John Richardson and Com?-* " and fold at their Printing-lioufe in the

Parliament-clofe j where Advertisements and Sv.bfcript'wns are takcrA :: *
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

The Swedifli army in Pomerania is actually res*. forc-d with 5000 men, who, it is faid, will > 0 , joined by a party of Ruffians, in cafe of exigency" as the court of France is inclined to fettle A own affairs without the cr-.ncurrer.ee of their alfe-' Eight Swedifh men of war l
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTI S E M E N T S. Mr. and Mrs. M I T C H E L L, At

ADVERTI S E M E N T S. Mr. and Mrs. M I T C H E L L, At

their houfe, Covenant Clofe, Edinburah, hav- ing now proper accommodation for more board- ers than they could formerly contain, continue the BOARDING of YOUNG LADIES, atthe ufea! pnee of fix pounds per quarter, who are taught the following articles, without any ad- ditional char
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland