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Adi.iiratty-Office, September 4.

Adi.iiratty-Office, September 4.

Lieutenant Barkley, commanding the Fly armed cutter, arrived the 2d inftant in the Downs from a cruize on the coaft of Holland. On the 14th of laft month, being off the Texcl, he took the Hazard privateer of Dunkirk, carrying 6 fwivel -guns, and 1 5 men, which had been out three
9 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

They write from Hanover of the Sth iriftant, that two regiments from that garrifbn marched very privately in the night-time to reinforce Gen, Luckner's body of troops ; but before they could join them,, they were attacked by the French, and obliged to retreat hack vuth great lof
23 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High water at Leith.

High water at Leith.

Moon rifes. 5 Morn. Even. Moon's age. H. M. H. M. H. M. Triday I-7 ! 2. Morn. 51 11 15111 46 Saturday 1^8; 4 1 5 : 00 coj 12 16
23 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
F: LON D'(TN, Friday Morning," September iX *

F: LON D'(TN, Friday Morning," September iX *

F: LON D'(TN, Friday Morning," September i X * I. Tefterday the Workmen began to ?? a Triumphal Arch Over the Conduit, which is to htn with Wine, at the Weft Door ?? Abbey, the Day their Majefties are to be crooned. a. Upwards of ?? Foot-Guards, and a great Number of Hrrfti are o
19 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
be SOLD, Freehold Meffuagc or Tenement, with a very Freestone Front; fitoate in the Market-Place, in Chipping Norton, in the

be SOLD, Freehold Meffuagc or Tenement, with a very Freestone Front; fitoate in the Market-Place, in Chipping Norton, in the

County of Oxford ; with convenient Outhoufei, Yard, Garden, and Paddock thereto belonging; fit for Tradefnun or a fma'l genteel Family: For the' Sight and Particulars of whichr apply to Mr. Richard Keyte, Carpenter, or to Mr. John Look, Attorney at Law, both of Cblpping-Norton a
19 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CO U NT R y NBW 6.

CO U NT R y NBW 6.

Worctfitr, Sift. 10. - Oa Saturday laft ferfoa was digging in a Garden, at St. John's, near this City, two complfat Sets of Human Bones (fappofcd ,be thofe of a Woman- and a eery young Child) were difcorcied about two Feet deep in the Earth. 'A few Days fince, at Mr. Need, of Ca
12 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, 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
 
O,N ne«, the iid Inftant (being the * appointed for the Coronation) CONCERT MU SI G, For VOICES aod INSTRUMENTS^

O,N ne«, the iid Inftant (being the * appointed for the Coronation) CONCERT MU SI G, For VOICES aod INSTRUMENTS^

Will held at rtikei’i Long-loom i (The tieccs u fpecified !■ the Billi) H. *. The Coaccft oil! begin prcctfely at Sin o'clock j and the Tine the Petfoimance «U1 not exceed one Hoik. ' Tickets, at i i. each, be bad at Mi Patkci's, Ml Steel’s, the two CofTee*hou(es on the Sandhill
19 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A L E I> IKE. Ti SOLD, Puifuant to Decree the High Coun Chanceiy, before Henty Montague, one the Maftet*

A L E I> IKE. Ti SOLD, Puifuant to Decree the High Coun Chanceiy, before Henty Montague, one the Maftet*

of the faid Court, Chambers in Lincoln’s • . , , _ *T*'HE Freehold TAT ES of Nicholas I Bio«n, Gentleman, lying in the Alnwick, the County of Northumberland, conufting of Dwelling-boufe, Stable, and Garden, leu 61. <a. Year. And alfo FARM and LANDS, containing about do Acre*, le
19 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OTICE is hereby given Co all Perfons indebted to the Eftate Mr. ROASE, late Lewes, Ironmonger, deceafed, pay their rtfpe&ive

OTICE is hereby given Co all Perfons indebted to the Eftate Mr. ROASE, late Lewes, Ironmonger, deceafed, pay their rtfpe&ive

Dues to his Widow Mrs. at his late Dwelling- Houfe at Lewes, before the of October,
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England