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Haou E, Seft. i. Though we have not re- ceived any direcl Accounts from Prince Ferdi- nand's Head Quarters, we are however informed from Several Places upon the WtSer, anil in the Nei({hbouihood, that, after M. Broglio bad been obliged to pafs that River, and abandon Hoxtc. to t
10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On a Grave-Stone in a Country.Chvrch-Yard. .

On a Grave-Stone in a Country.Chvrch-Yard. .

On a Grave-Stone in a Country Chvrch-Yard. . THE Maid that owns this humble Stone, Was Scarce in yonder Village known • Aud ytt her Sweets (but Htav'n .Uny'd) Had grae'd th. Cot where 1 .te Ihe dy'd. Behdfd, how frelh the Verdui . gio.vs, Where Peace and Innoce ice repol'e. Thou
3 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE

From the LONDON GAZETTE

Maoue, Auguft it. It^^n«ETTER« jult rexelved from ?? Sc 3f bring an Account, that on the 15th %\ L 4. Inftant, 4} Squadrons of Audi ians, <£^. fj^i which had been Tint by Genetsl L.*iu- XJto9\Jm dohn to join the Ruffian Army, were totally defeated by the King of Pruffia ; ai.d t
3 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Loutioii, September io

Loutioii, September io

The Queen lauded on Monday laft, at Three in tl.e Atternoon, at 11 rwich in Efft-x, and wat received by the Mayor and Aldermen iii their ufual Formalities. About Five ?? fhe came to Colcheihr, ar.d (lopped at the Houi'e of Mr. Er.ew, where the wa. received and waited upon by Mrs
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Briffol, Sr-cpremlicr 16

Briffol, Sr-cpremlicr 16

Arriv'd atthe Hot- Wells, Captain Ofhorne, Mr. Faulleteau, Mr. Wright, Mr. Williams, Mr. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. St. Quimin, Mr. and Mrs. Julus, Mr. and Mis. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs, Jan (mi, Mr. and Mrs. Mai wood, Mis. Dob lifte, Sec. &c. Came in fine t cur lafi. The Arundel, Loverin
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To •be A convenient Hoeg in St. Werinstnts Yard. a Alit and belonging. obs? convenient family Route. Amen in a

To •be A convenient Hoeg in St. Werinstnts Yard. a Alit and belonging. obs? convenient family Route. Amen in a

Baal& on Sae Sins of Sridgc-treat is Cheese, was unto Mr. Samuel Mono% Mount these. Enquire a bin! and knew further. as in b chs e E lm T ot T ai And Entered Fir:ft of &so, tl,e Large Houfe at Mold, in the County of flint, w i th a Kiln. awl every Coavenicncy for a rivers orlnn
1 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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1 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
the Re. Exiis bean

the Re. Exiis bean

1 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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ingtota of eha nquira Mac- awl

1 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
l/O'Jsl P © JJ, §fptembcr 8. Lad Saturday in tiie Aftprucon X-ord Anfon’s Fleet, with the soyal,.Yatshs. under hi* fi'anyw

l/O'Jsl P © JJ, §fptembcr 8. Lad Saturday in tiie Aftprucon X-ord Anfon’s Fleet, with the soyal,.Yatshs. under hi* fi'anyw

appealed off Loeftollir, to the Sonthward, with the Wind at Sunday Adorning, the Fleet were («en off W whith Fort Lordlhip anchored the Afternoon, .and Uifpatqbed Meflenger ito St. James's for further Order*; the Wind did not then fervfc to ihring her Serene Ffighodfa up Aivcr T
12 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England