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1 Bat gent Mtn. Of ev'ry maid, and city youth, the fears : The 'ken thee, untoucted, in native white,

1 Bat gent Mtn. Of ev'ry maid, and city youth, the fears : The 'ken thee, untoucted, in native white,

Does very eye, and ev'ry beau delight ; But when her nose the Nuptial God unties, Each winning grace, and all her lufire dies l awes of YOUTHS. • As the lone vine, in Tome wild barren field, Nor upward fprings, nor lulcious grapes can yield, Prone to the earth, with unfupported
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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1 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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15 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Arrived .Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Arrived .Mails from Holland and Flanders.

From the London Gazette, Sept. 12. Hamburgh, Auguft 28. P Rince Henry of rruffia has detached frcm his army in-^Saxony, General Stutterheim, with fome battalions in order to reinforce Colonel Bel- ling, and Mr. Stutterheim is to have the command againft tiie Swedes. Magdebourg,
16 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No Mails this Poft.

No Mails this Poft.

From the London Papers, Sept. lO.' Lignitz, Aliguft 19. THE march of General Laudohn to join the Ruffians is alone fufficient to raife his repu- tation as a General, as high as even a ?? could have done, as tbe advantages which accrue to him arc as great, by the fuperiority whic
14 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Extraft of a letter from a P ruffian Officer in the An-.terior Pomerania, dated Auguft \e.

Extraft of a letter from a P ruffian Officer in the An-.terior Pomerania, dated Auguft \e.

Extraft of a letter from a P ruffian Officer in the An- terior Pomerania, dated Auguft \e. ** The 13th inft. the Swedifh army was| put in motion, and marched by Caval and Treptow to Friedland and Ferdinandfhoff. Col. Belling imme- diately haftened to Friedland, in order to impede
5 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

IN one of my rambles lately I was met by a droll fellow, who told me he had been teaching a •young 1 dy's parrot the art of love, and that he had jult tiien been purchafing a new fet of hve elegies for the ufe of his pupil. The lady's odd and unaccount- able whim, of putting her
21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract 9f a letter from Strelitz, AuyrA ii.

Extract 9f a letter from Strelitz, AuyrA ii.

" The Earl of Harcourt, his Britannick Majefty's Plenipotentiary arrived here the 14th Next morn- ing at eleven he performed the ceremony of wskitid in form her Serene Highnefs the Princefs Sophia CharlOtta in marriage for the King his mafier. Tl moment the contract of marriage
7 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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XFO • ■' t;; / .'i;.' s R0 K)IJRNAiI * . • . n ■ SA U;R DA Y, September

12, 1761. Numb. 437. Publidied by W. Jackson in the High-Street, Oxford j and Printer and Boo!;feller, in the gate-Street GloC^stfr EVERY SATUR.p<AY MORNING: Aaddirpetfcd. with,the, Oxfordjhire, Wiltfinrt* fVarwickJh'ire, irorceptjhire, qiocefttfjbtfe,' Htrefardjhire, Shr*pjhire
12 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Frott tte Oxford, b» been prefented Wx Mxjei^'by »r B«rtr High Sk«Mid rf A. City »*?*!?! toed W dM io

Frott tte Oxford, b» been prefented Wx Mxjei^'by »r B«rtr High Sk«Mid rf A. City »*?*!?! toed W dM io

Woiuag i WMdi Addi*6 H» w plealed to receive very gneionfly. To the KING’j Mod Efccdlnit Mijefty. The bumble the Moyoe, BiiUffi, «wl *** City of Oxford, in Common ifitoUcd. Ortcimt Oxfoed, the Con demand* lb* warmefl ' UidftwiwUZeal-of - Parobri. «yoorM*jcfty. if kfeSnyto Y«.r«f
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England