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Ex trail of a letter from Cologn, June j 2.

Ex trail of a letter from Cologn, June j 2.

This day the Marfhal Prince de Soubife fets out from Wefel, and M. de Voyer from Rees, to form two iepafate camps. At the lame time M. deCbc- vert, with the divifion of the right, lets out from the cantonments cf Kalckum and that neighbour- hood, to march 10 Bruck on the left fi
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fxtrott of a letter from L,ondon, June 23.

Fxtrott of a letter from L,ondon, June 23.

-« Letters/rom Rochefort ofthe 2d inftant, im- •oott that the departure of the fhips armed in that ort' which was fixed for that day, had been pre- vented by the appearance of feme Englifh men of 'war • aid that the equipment of the Tonnant, was jaidafldc, for want of failors. ■
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Thursday Night's POST.

Thursday Night's POST.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 16. 0> Arriv'd thi MAILS /r.i»HouA.o «_</ Flanders. Ltipzig, Junt 5. HI S Pruffian Majefty continues flill at Kunt- zendorfF, and nothing of any Sort has yet paffed in Sikfia. Every Thing remains quiet in tbe Camp of Schlettau, and the Army of the E
23 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MONDAY, June

MONDAY, June

Wedncfday Poll. Arrived a Mail from Flanders. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, i r. Lfiter from an officer on board the Norfolk, off Pondicherry, dated October tph 1760. PONDICHERRY is now our grand object here it is clofely blocked up by fea and land : and if it falls (as»t
22 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, Jqae a 6.

LONDON, Jqae a 6.

On Wednefday there wu a* Grand Council held at St. Jamet'i, to which the Mcmben were fummoned from the Country: Thee fat from One o'Clock to Half Hoar after Six in the Afternoon, and were to meet again on Thorfday. We are aflured, that the French Men of War at Bred, are not in a
27 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, June 20.

LONDON, June 20.

It is rumoured, that in a late conference between a foreign and an Englilh gentleman, both of high rank, the former hinted that he had a certain eleftorate in this pocket ; to which the other replied, « There keep it; but be careful * that it does not burn the bottom of your poc
23 June 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Tbe Modern Coquette

Tbe Modern Coquette

THE Life wou'd you know of a modern Coquette, From Morning to Night fhc is found At the Ail-lion, the Play, Quadrille or Pic.juet, With Crouds of young Fellows around : There ogling ?? amorous Languilh, To her Lure llie her Foplingt can draw ; Their Heart* to enthrall, fhe will
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EPITAPH on an Officer in a.Marching Regiment.

EPITAPH on an Officer in a.Marching Regiment.

EPITAPH on an Officer in a Marching Regiment. HERE I at Death's Command do lie; As, Reader, thon mnft, when thon die. Soon as the Trumpet founds, why then I'll c'en get up and march again. fey* Tbe following Lints were luritttm extempore, and left ma Church, where tbt Mutifitr bo
25 June 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A7o Mails Ibis Pofl.

A7o Mails Ibis Pofl.

A 7 o Mails Ibis Pofl. From the London Papers, June 18. Dippoldifualde, May £3. General Lafcy occu- pies Lufatia with a numerous detachment. M. j Laidohn, to whom General Beck has brought - reinforcement of 20,000 men, is re-entering Sile- j fia by the county of Glatz • and the R
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extratf of a Letter from Vienna, June 2

Extratf of a Letter from Vienna, June 2

The difpofitions that are making in all parts, give room to expect feon news of the iaft import- ance. General Laudohn is at the head of 60,000 men, and his operations in Silefia will be feconded by a body of Ruffians. The court places lb much confidence in this General's abilit
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland