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LONDON.

LONDON.

They write from Hanover, tbat the regiment of Col. dm Same, who was killed in the action of tbe 1 6th of July* ha* been given to his Serene iiighnels Prince Charles of Mecklenbourg Strelitz. The BruiTels Gazette acquaints ua, that M. Maubert'a rich houfhold goods were fold a few
8 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

LONDON, Sept. A Letter frown a Pruflian Officer in Anterior Poms iept 4, lays, ihc SvveaiUi Army near Rtbeluw, and their Body was Col. was polled Jungow, ana Gcneial Goichen. order d (lodge Col. Belling, the Enemy remitted their two Camps the Night, and advanced him this Morning
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ILotiDon, ferptrinlicr 15

ILotiDon, ferptrinlicr 15

Letters from Bayonne, hy thi* Day's Flan- ders Mail, tell us, that an Euglith Squadron hath landed two thouland Men, to make themfelvei Mafter* of St. John de Lut, a French Sea Port on the Frontiers of Spain. Several Merchants at Han. burgh have received Letters giving an Accoun
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The \V I S H :

The \V I S H :

(fi'icie ?? . ti G. ?? 1 1 _.aan in the East-Ind i. ?? OH, cne again, >c penile Gales, W.,ft nit 'j Albion i Shoie ; I o vvhtie DnK.Ni>.. plajs the Dale., Oh ta.nr ii w.t w.ii: nic o er. i hci. tii. l. l in i ln- I air Onr'i Arm*, My llei'ii v.ou'.t he .ii Reft ; ?? it hi.-, and
3 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ENIGMA

ENIGMA

FROIM the dark Regions of eternal Nignt, Where Nature works impervious td the Sight ; Tho' quite a Stranger to loud-founding Fame, Ladies, to view your brilliant Charms I catnc : And, to fuccecd ih this my fond Deflre, I pafl _ thr Jaws of a relendrfs F?re. Happy, now in your Se
3 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Procession

The Procession

The King's Heib Woman, with her Maid Servants, ftrcwing Sweet Heihs, ?? The Deans Beadle of Weflminftcr, with his Staff. The High Con liable of Weftminfter, w.th his Staff, in a Scarlet Cloak, A Fife. Drums. Drum -Major. Tiuni|>ets. Kettle Drum. Trumpets. The Serjeant Trum- pete
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The <^U E KN,

The <^U E KN,

ln her Royal Robes of Purple Velvet, richly tuned vyith Ermine, having a Circle of Gold fet with large Icwels upon her Mikity's Head ; the Bilhoji of London lupporting her Majetty on the Right, nd the Biftiop of Winchefter on the Left ; going under a Canopy byrne by the B no..s
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Loudon, _*rprrmiuT ...'

Loudon, _*rprrmiuT ...'

Loudon, _*rprrmiuT ?? Their Majefties, and the Princefs Dowager, went through theP rk from St. Jamei'i ir.C'hairs, and their Attendants in Conches, at Nine o'clock this Morning, toW'.ltininiter-H ill, from whence they went about Eleven to the Abbey, where their Majefties were cro
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The ABERD E fe N JOURNAL, 1761.

The ABERD E fe N JOURNAL, 1761.

thought they will not be able to fight any more this cflßtiJaign. monf, and Shift of Aberdeen, and of yearly free Rent f. 4.05. Scots Money, 57 Bolls of Meal at nine Stone, 2 Bolls 1 Fir lot and Pecks of Bear, Feet of Peats, and •j Hens, being hereby offered to fale, not under t
7 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABE nitlon and other-Implements of war, on the banks of that river. a. Letters from Lipftadt acquaint us, that M,

ABE nitlon and other-Implements of war, on the banks of that river. a. Letters from Lipftadt acquaint us, that M,

Soubife was very neat being taken prifoner on the 2d inftant, and only efcaped by the falling of his purfuer’s horfe. 3, They write from Hanover, that M. Luckner had an interview with prince Ferdinand of Brunfwick on the sth, without St. Giles’s gate after which he fet off full
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland