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EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddt m a ?? John Richardson and Company. and fokiat their Printing-houfe in the

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddt m a ?? John Richardson and Company. and fokiat their Printing-houfe in the

Parliament-clofe ; whe e'j&jsrtilcmaiu and Subfcriptiwis zvc taken ia.
12 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
%jf. London, &c. Saturday. Sept. q.

%jf. London, &c. Saturday. Sept. q.

% jf. London, &c. Saturday. Sept. q. S^tf?^^^@JBS&^ N Addrefs from the Right Worfhip- %g£MM#&oi^®s ful Fellowship of Merchants Adven- turers of E"gland, refiding in Ham- burgh, was prefented at Buxtehude, ?? A ®?fejfe tne 22d U *L hy their Deputies the ?? fi^^ Right Worth^pful Jo
12 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
YARMOUTH, Sept. 10.

YARMOUTH, Sept. 10.

At our Seffions this Day, Edward Fyfbn was capitally con- victed, and received Sentence of Death : ' Ke was charged with fslonioufly ftealing out of the Houfe of Mr. John Baker, Mer- chant, a Canvas Bag, in which was contained upwards of Four hundred Pounds in Coin.
12 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extraft ofa letter fr.m Lvi.hn, Sept. 8. " By the Flanders mail, which arrived yefterday in the evening, there are letters from Madrid, im- porting that the Pope's Nuncio had orders to with- draw from court, and that the Grand Inquifitor was put under arrt ft by the King's order
12 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The NEW CAS

The NEW CAS

No. 4417. SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. AvißuaaH, (GtrmMny) Augufi 14. 1 becomes every Day more apparent that the Coogrefs will not meet fooo as hath been imagined, and feme People arc poCtive it will remain entirely fufpended: However the Rent of the Hoofes hired for the Pleni
12 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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BANKRIIrTS

BANKRIIrTS

W;"«mYntes, taeUlSewcaflle, Suffordmlre, Maltfter." Fred*. rick Di Lhevrignyi of Fenchu.ch Court, Loedon, Sufear-Broku. L> EA'TIJ. At Lntlt Pax.en in HuntH^onihire, John Standly, Eiq; of Boxfbri u .CamDridgeihirej ajuftite of the Peace, arid one ,f he Ueputy- Lieutuiantj or that
12 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
j -count oj the ceremonies ufed at the Coronation of.An 6l . the Popes.

j -count oj the ceremonies ufed at the Coronation of.An 6l . the Popes.

j -count oj the ceremonies ufed at the Coronation of A n 6l . the Popes. — « INCE he is head of the univerfal church, if; ' fovereign arbiter of its rights and privi- vjfetav Ices, ths fpiritual father of the Kings of the earth, &c. it is but reafonable, that V W he external teft
12 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
 
GUIS BROUGH FAIRS.

GUIS BROUGH FAIRS.

WHereas the two Fairs, called FIRST LADY FAiR.. LATTER PAIR, have been, and ftill ate, held annually Gttisbrough. in the North Riding Yoikfhite, on the following Days, »o wit. The Fait, called Firft Lady Fair, on the s«th and »7th Days of Angufti and the Fair, called latter Ladv
12 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

SOLD, AFr e e o d MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, lituate in the Fleh-market, Mewcaftle, of the yearly Value at! ot thereabouts, belonging Mr John Dixon, and in the Pofledlon tff Mr John Doxford. others further Particulars enquire of Mr William Cuthbert, Attorney, Weftgateftteer, Newcaftle
12 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England