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COU NT R T NEWS.

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Tork, Sept. 8. Laft Week was committed to the Caftle, George Harger, of Southowram, near Halifax, Blackfmith, for the murder of John Moor, who was employed to take Harger with a Juftice's Warrant, to, oblige him to give .Security for the maintenance of a Ballard Child. When Moor
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Sept. 14. LONDON, Sept.. 14. MArfhal Broglio having received Intelligence of Prince Ferdinand's fuddenly turning off. towards Heffe, in Order to deftroy the grand French Magazines at Gottingen and Calfel, haftily brdke up his Camp near Eimbeck, an
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
By Mefli DURRAVAN's Company. of COMEDIANS,

By Mefli DURRAVAN's Company. of COMEDIANS,

(NEVER ACTED HERE,) . , At the New THEATRE at the COUNTY-HALL, On FRIDAY the l.th of September, .will be prefentei A COMEDY, call'd The M I N 0 R: (In Three ACTS,) Sir William Wealthy, by Mr. PARSONS, Sir George Wealthy, by Mr. MURDEN,' Loader, by Mr. STANTON, Transfer, by Mr. C
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STATE-LOTTERY, i76r.

STATE-LOTTERY, i76r.

STATE- LOTTERY, i 7 6r. ne TICKETS and SHARES of TICKETS, CHANCES and SHARES 0/ CHANCES, Are Sold by J. HAZARD, Stock-Broker^ At his State Lottery Offices under the Royal-Exchange, at his Houfe in Ludgate Street, and at his Office att Charing-Crofs, Where the Numerical and Regift
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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JFrom th Whitehall, GkNelul, and other Evening Papers, Qpc. Sept. 15. Tefterday arrived a MAIL from Flanders. Vienna, ( th Capital City of Lower Auftria in Germany ) Auguft 29. TH E laft Courier from Silefia has informed the Court, that the Jun&ion of Baron Laudohn's Army with t
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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LONDON, Sept. i$-

LONDON, Sept. i$-

We hear that 4000 Troops are ordered dire&ly to Portfmouth, to be lent with fome others on a Secret Expedition. The Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick took the Town of Dorften upon the Lippe by Aflault ; the Whole Garrifon, confifting of one Regiment of Foot ( who were not killed in
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The G E N J US.

The G E N J US.

The G E J US. Numb. VII. ■VT Otwithfiandrag the Rigour of fome Criticks, which would entirely preclude the Choice of temporary Subjefts, there are no Parts of thefc periodical Publications, which have been more favourably received their frit An. pearance, or afforded more Enterta
5 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
.Clergymens Daoghters Ac Charcli Door end in Ae Hall. The Stewards for the enfaing Year are, the Rev. D>. Ayfcougn,

.Clergymens Daoghters Ac Charcli Door end in Ae Hall. The Stewards for the enfaing Year are, the Rev. D>. Ayfcougn,

Dean of Briftol, and Sir Charlea Tynte, Bart. £ B*'Tiui.Ea, {. < -i On Thnrfday the Right Honourable the Bari of Anglefca entered a Member Ckrift Church in this Univerfity. A few Days died, at Much-Cowarne, in Hereford* Aire, Mr. Samuel Hathway, B. A. of Oriel College in this Un
5 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
• rani: . WH E R AS in the Night between the srft zzd of September I aft* at, thrGettoaM

• rani: . WH E R AS in the Night between the srft zzd of September I aft* at, thrGettoaM

Rtfh of ifce Inclofiirt of Mr. Will. Pizzott. of Oxfordfhrre, Were broken and deftteped: If atay one wilt grre Information fo that Offender due be ednvidad thereof, (hair on fnek £ooviftton, re&iife the £i>d.Mr. WUlinm Perrott, die Sam of Five aad 'Name be concealed, ifdefired.
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
te SOLD to tkt Beft Bidder,

te SOLD to tkt Beft Bidder,

SOLD to tkt Beft Bidder, ON Monday the 28th Day of September Inft. between the Hoars Three and Five o’Clock in the Afternoon, the Black Horfe St. Clement’s, near the City Oxford: A Leasehold HOUSE, St. Clement's aforefaid, late in the Occupation Mr. Fell, Taylor. For Particulars
19 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England