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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
 
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
 
MONDAY'S POST.

MONDAY'S POST.

From the LONDON A Z Sept. We have received the following account Coiberg, dated the paft. The Ruffian Squadron, confifting of above 40 (ail, has lain b'-foie this the and the da) before to cannonade and bombard u«, but v; out eftcft. Some cf their bombs have indeed fal!;n within
14 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

We hear that the Sage, a French man of war of fixty guns, which failed from the Weft Indies with the Cour igtux, is with the two frigates, who were in ihe tn.agement off Vigo, got fafe into Pcrte L<Orient,notwithltanding that Com. modore Keppel had made all the difpofitions pofu
8 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
J_?at^, feepttinlitr 10,

J_?at^, feepttinlitr 10,

?? feepttinlitr 10, fry The Public are d'fir'd to bt careful t> alk for iht B.vr ii Chronicle WWEEKLV' GAZ.I I fulltjb'd by C POPE and Comf. as the Proprietor! cf the Bath Advertiser (a Saturday's Paper) id- lerd their Day of Publication te Thursday, when our Prop.Jals weir firft
10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
C. Foreign News.

C. Foreign News.

I. Hamper, Auguft 25. By cur laft Accounts, Marina! Bro- llio, wr his Army, lay between Furftenberg and Eimbeck. | kj : oamfon here is augmenting every Day; Prince Henry cf v 4fenouucl s Regiment came in laft Night. General Luck- ?? °[ pS r at Orterode > an^ Colonel Freytag has
12 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
A9i. under SatUun of lie King e Rtytl Patent,

A9i. under SatUun of lie King e Rtytl Patent,

Dr. BATEMAN's Peftoral Drops, (for counterfeiting hicli, Jerhfir, Ruffe/, and Others, were found gnilty, and paid confiderablc Cvf.sJ famous for coring the Rheumatifm, Fluxes, Colds, See. Ac, is. Dr. FRAUNCES's Female Strengthening Elhrit, is. 6d. Dr. JOHN HOOPER'S Pills, i s. t
12 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS. London Gazette, Sept. Magdeburg, H E had advantage iti P-5- JL hile'fia,on the 15th inftant. The communication is

FOREIGN NEWS. London Gazette, Sept. Magdeburg, H E had advantage iti P-5- JL hile'fia,on the 15th inftant. The communication is

not yet enough re-eftab!i(hed for us to receive here relation in detail. However, we hear, authentic!: manner, and even from the King’s army, by letters of the 16th, that this advantage conliftcd fquadrons of Auftrian cavalry, followed by ten battalions of grenadiers, which atte
14 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
£Banxni>'£ &£/&€*

£Banxni>'£ &£/&€*

From th Whitehall, General, ani other Evening Papers, &c. Sept. it. this Day arrived ibe Mails from Holland and Flanders. Magdebourg, September 1. HIS Pruflian Majefty having maturely weighed all that the Enemy could poflibly effect from their Junftion, and the Confequences that
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Btftevtiremettt& Bailee te Hereby ®ften, THAT the CHEESE-FAIR, will this Year be holden in the Borough of DERBT, on Monday

Btftevtiremettt& Bailee te Hereby ®ften, THAT the CHEESE-FAIR, will this Year be holden in the Borough of DERBT, on Monday

the 28th, Tuefday the 29th, and Wednefday the 30th Days of this Inftant September ; and for the Future, continue to be holdcn Annually on the 27th, 28th, and 29th Days of the faid Month; (except one of thole Days falls on Sunday, ( as it docs this Year) and then the Day followin
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England