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Tin Day arrived a Mail from HOLLAND.., Nc<w Braadtiourg, Aug. 25. OUR Monarch, according to the Advice* received from Silefia,

Tin Day arrived a Mail from HOLLAND.., Nc<w Braadtiourg, Aug. 25. OUR Monarch, according to the Advice* received from Silefia,

had -hia Head Quarter* Clofter- Waghlftadt, on the Jift: and M, Zeithen encamped on the other Side of Striegau. .The Ruffian* and,Auftfiafl* had not yet effided their total jundion,. Since the Affair the 15th, on which Day ten Squadrons belonging the Emprefs Queen gained, in Dil
12 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ainmfiiii fit Yw*

ainmfiiii fit Yw*

?? fit Yw* IBythe SnowJ.tc.Capt. Campbell, .rrieedal Clyde from Charles- /own, we have the SOU i h- CAaoLINA Gazfti. ot the 15th of July, fnm which we have eat.afted the followir.). Farti- culact.] CMABLes-TowN, Jul. r t. Col. G, emit', Html. meat- Fcrt tnne'r George, tulj to. On
10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Whitehall Evening Post, Sept. 5, THE armies of France being now fuch dlftrefs for provifions, by the dexterity

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Whitehall Evening Post, Sept. 5, THE armies of France being now fuch dlftrefs for provifions, by the dexterity

of the who have deftroyed many uiaga
14 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
B. A m c r 1 r a.

B. A m c r 1 r a.

NT .Li * tom the , So «t» Carolina Gazette Cvarles-Twn July •^C.knei Gravis Head garters, neaf «OnT„ ( ?? ?? 10, 176-1/ c*„ J Wwe o^caed. ;rouv !• Gttr^e ifear 260* Men m f n g> „ ?adlB g Pack.orfe.mu, who «« m « t!v aJ^rnSu- ?? o; Patknuriee, &c. a : n,umio. to upwaras oi 7 o a
12 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPSWI £ H : Frinitd f&r E„ Craiguton, (Fries Two-Pence Halfpenny.;

IPSWI £ H : Frinitd f&r E„ Craiguton, (Fries Two-Pence Halfpenny.;

12 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
P R E S E N T.

P R E S E N T.

The Lords cf his Mijcfty's Mofl Honourable Privy Council, HIS diy the Right Honourable James Stuart X Mackenzie, Elq; was, by bis Majefly's Command, fworn of his Majefty's moA Honour- able Privy Council, and took his place at the Board accordingly. Magdebourg, Anguft 25. The Kin
9 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Loinoti, ferprniilitf 8

When her High.efs of Mecklenburg arriv'd at Loid Abtrcorn'sat Wltham, laft Nv.ht, none of the Family were there, except a Servant or two; upon wh.ch an Ex.rtts was immediately dilpatched to his Lordthip, who was at his Houic in CavcndllVSauare, ar.d be let aut in the Night, ii o
10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Dedicated, by Pernd'hon, his Royal Prince younpcft Brother MAJESTY, Tins Day was publifhed, Ad it.l Copper-pi NUM X. (To continued

Dedicated, by Pernd'hon, his Royal Prince younpcft Brother MAJESTY, Tins Day was publifhed, Ad it.l Copper-pi NUM X. (To continued

Weekly) ROYAL BIBLE - or/complete Body I Containing the y Scriptures ue Old and New Lrge, and full and explanation all th- difficult Ttxt?, from t. e various readings authors ancient and modern j together with critical notes and obfervations on the w'.iole. Uluftrated with hundr
14 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
For the G O U T W RHEUMATISM. ELIXIR.ofBARDANA, A NEW MEDICINE, Prepared by the Directions of Dr. HILL. THE

For the G O U T W RHEUMATISM. ELIXIR.ofBARDANA, A NEW MEDICINE, Prepared by the Directions of Dr. HILL. THE

Baioana is a innocent Britifli Plant; ita Virtues againft the Rheumatifm have always been knoyra ; and the Phyficiinj of Edinburgh, who have dHKngoifted themfelves eminently in the Improvement Medicine, now give it fucce&fully ■ far that Difeale, It is pleafant, fafe and effectu
12 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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8 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England