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10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Portugal.

Portugal.

Lisbo-., Aug. ti. M. Dugue Lambert, Cap- tain of theCouragcux, which was brought in here by his Britannic Majelly't Ship the Bellona, the 18th Inft. received a Wound in his Neck in the Beginning of the Ac-lion, and it is thought can- not live. The Sloop Orleans, laden with Sugar
10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The greqit aftions, welcome to the inhabitants -of this kingdom. -1- •-r•-f • -f • ! •H- • • -1~

The greqit aftions, welcome to the inhabitants -of this kingdom. -1- •-r•-f • -f • ! •H- • • -1~

• -H® -i Friday Poft. Arrived a Mail from Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. London Gazette, Sept. 5. ' Admiralty-office, 1 Charles Saunders, com- Sept. 3. mander in chief of his Majefty’s fhips in the Mediterrane' an. gives an account, his letter dated In Gibral'' car bay the 2.6 th of Ju
14 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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
 
r A R M FAIR.

r A R M FAIR.

WHereas the Anti<nt FAIR at Yarm, formerly held ufoo the eight Day of Odobet* and fiuce the Alte* taiion of the Stile, the iyth Day of OOobet ycaily, i* of late Teatt become one the molt confidetable Fain in the Nottb of England, nut only for all Som of Horned Cattle, Hoifet and
12 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
~ ~ . IPSWICH, Sept. ii.

~ ~ . IPSWICH, Sept. ii.

Vu l uefuay Mr; Wm.Truelove and Mr. Samuel Hamblin were tmanimoufty chofen Bailiffs of this Town. Laft Sundzy died, after a fhort Illnefs, at North Allerton in Yojkfhire, on his Return from the Northern Circuit, Sir Ri- chard Lloyd, Knt. one of the Barons of his Majefty's Court
12 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 10.

LONDON, Sept. 10.

Her Moft Serene High nefs the PrinCefs of Meek- lenbourg, (now our Queen) on her landing on Monday Jaft at Harwich, was received there by the Mayor and Aldermen in their ufual Formalities. About Five ?? Ihe came to Coichefter, and iiop- ped at the Houfe of Mr. Enew, where Hie wa
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Cork, Auguft 31. We hear 7000 Forces, p arto f the Troops now at Belleille, are to embark in a fe\^ Weeks for the Weft-Indies, and join another Bod^ there from North America, to acl: againft theFrencS Leward Iflands.
11 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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lOllfcOil

?? Whit; hall, Sept. +. This Day the Right Hon. James Muait Mackenzie, Lip wai by hi. Majefty's Command fwo.n of Ins Majefty's molt Hon. Ii ivy Council, and took his Piact at the Bo rd Jc taidiiigiy. This D.y the Right Hon. O.her Lewis, Earl i.f Plymouth, Lout Lieutt-.itnt of the
10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Arriv'd a Mail fiom Holland

Arriv'd a Mail fiom Holland

Amsterdam, Sept. j. M. de Conflans has taken large Magazines at Ofnabrug, and is endea- vouring to cut off Prince Ferdinand 'l Communi- cation with Bremen- Advieet from Campoloro in Corfica, dated the +111 of Ana-uft, infirm us, that ?? udging f loin the Tall Attempt of the Corl
10 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England