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SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

FOREIGN I NgT ELLIGENCE. Malta, (in Sicily) April 2s. Notwithstanding has been faid, we had never any defign to reiiorc thcTurks tlnShip which the Christian Slaves in ft Year. The Statue •• of our Order, and the Honour if out Holy Religion, will net ad offuch a meaneis. actually
22 June 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To bt SOLD.

To bt SOLD.

Situate at Chcftet-le-ftteer, in the County Durham FOUR Copyhold Closes, Two Houses, and Stabling, late the Eftate ol Mu Elizabeth Donkin, deceafed.—Mt Matk Smith, at Cheftet afo.efaid, will (hew the Fremifes : And for further Particulars, enquite of Mt Robert Wilfon, Attorney a
27 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
F in order to reepre a il farther neuni tenets the AIM the Publick sae to Care of the till

F in order to reepre a il farther neuni tenets the AIM the Publick sae to Care of the till

a certain Age. ExtraB of a Letter from Richard Kin;, Eh; Cortex/ender 'I Majefli't Ship A. dated N4,e, 1 7, hit F,iend is Ltnet. On the t tth init. after a Cnace of ei2ht Hours. I teak the Marfhal Due do Biron Privateer. [of t 5 :s.x-Pounder, pierced for Carriage Guns, and tz S.
23 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
rKJfacl of aht ter from on hoard his Majefly's thip.*" 'Did'l'n, Antigua, April 13, 1761.

rKJfacl of aht ter from on hoard his Majefly's thip.*" 'Did'l'n, Antigua, April 13, 1761.

r KJf acl of aht ter from on hoard his Majefly's thip *" 'Did'l'n, Antigua, April 13, 1761. ii This quarter of the world affords us few tranf- cflons. although for feme months ue had great „e ct ations of its being the i'cene of bufy action ; hut fech thoughts are now vanifhed fo
22 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From ihe London Papers, June 20.

From ihe London Papers, June 20.

r-tersfargh, May 20. The reigning Prince of Borgia has lately received, by the way of Kiflar Aflracan, a letter from his fon Prince Heracli- Lord of the county of Kachetin. This letter, I'-'liich is dated the' 3d of February, confirms the ."""r'-vs of the reduction of the two Pc
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH. : '

EDINBURGH. : '

. Tbe Dutch mail arrived, at London too late on Tuefday laft to be inlerted in fhe Englifh papers. We have extracted the following paragraphs fr-Wir.* From the head-quartrrs of General' Laudohn a f Hauptmanfdorff, May a_. Oh the ?? of thij month we were advifed, that the Pruffia
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DURHAM RACES.

DURHAM RACES.

To s RUN von. On Monday the third Auguft, I’filJ FIFTY POUNDS by Five-year olds, carrying nine Stone t Heats, three Miles Heat. On Tucfday the fout h, FIFTY POUN DS by Four year olds, carrying nine Stone Heats, two Miles Heat. On Thutfday the lia h, FIFTY POUNDS, Give and Takes
27 June 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A KLW DIS COV E R V

A KLW DIS COV E R V

A KLW DIS COV Dl*. i-Scoitßtrric for the fpeedy Car* of the iefrjy, &e. THESE Powders arc fpcedy, certain and radical Cure for every of the Scurvy, Leprofy. c . even tbeif moft virulent and State j they powerfully ,1,, Blood and Juices, capcl Vilcid»:us, abforb Acrimony, Putrefac
27 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Pectoral Balfam of Honey.

Pectoral Balfam of Honey.

ANew-difcovered Remedy for Coughs and Confumpticqs, all phtbirickjr Complaints, Afthmas, and Phlegm, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarfenefs, and Stuffing the Lungs. The Author of the Pamphlet on the Virtues of Honey hat found that it’s fragrant Balfam may be leparated from the grof
27 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
For the' Benefit of Mr. ELING. AT the Town-Hall in Henky upon -Thames, on WcdnclcUy the 15th of July, will

For the' Benefit of Mr. ELING. AT the Town-Hall in Henky upon -Thames, on WcdnclcUy the 15th of July, will

be. A CONCERT of MUSIC. Particularly the First Violin, and Solo, compofcd and performed by Mr. LATES, Junior, from Oxford. The French Horn* and ether principal Parts Gentlemen from London, &C*. The Vocal Part by Mr. MATTHEWS from Oxford. begin Six eCiotk. Tickets to be had at Mr
27 June 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England