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F Printed for and by Walter Rudduhn, John Richardson and Company, and foidnr their Printing-houfc in the Parliament-dole; wi.c c

F Printed for and by Walter Rudduhn, John Richardson and Company, and foidnr their Printing-houfc in the Parliament-dole; wi.c c

Mocrtifemaus and Subfcripthns sre taken in.
14 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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
 
No Mails this Poft.

No Mails this Poft.

From the London Papers, Sept. lO.' Lignitz, Aliguft 19. THE march of General Laudohn to join the Ruffians is alone fufficient to raife his repu- tation as a General, as high as even a ?? could have done, as tbe advantages which accrue to him arc as great, by the fuperiority whic
14 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[Num. 6199] Edinburgh Monday September 14, 1761. [ 437 1

[Num. 6199] Edinburgh Monday September 14, 1761. [ 437 1

14 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An account of the Marriage Proce ftion of liis Maje-.fty, and his Roy til Conforf, to the Chapel.

An account of the Marriage Proce ftion of liis Maje-.fty, and his Roy til Conforf, to the Chapel.

An account of the Marriage Proce ftion of liis Maje- fty, and his Roy til Conforf , to the Chapel. rr ace (fton if the PRINCESS. „ DrutijSvSnd Trumpets, Serjeant Trumpeter, Princefs's Servants, irf : A Page, Ar^Qeaster Waiter, A Gentleman Ufher between two Serjeant Heralds, Tbe V
14 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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TUESDAY'S POST.

TUESDAY'S POST.

LONDON, Sept. 7. privat ' ettcr from , thc Hague allure us, that they " ave certain Intelligence I from Paris, tint the Minift ' y> f° r the fake peace, '■*' $ have relinquifti the whole Country of Canavf da, limply and without rcferve, provided they can obtain the Sa« b!c, for
14 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A 1 L L O I' rK K V , -(j, Tickets, and Shares and Shares of Chances, are fold

A 1 L L O I' rK K V , -(j, Tickets, and Shares and Shares of Chances, are fold

by' J. A R I), Siock-BROKER his State Lottery under the R change, his Street, ana -n hie Charing Crofs, where e Numerical r Books the Drawing toe Lottery are Tickets an Shires regillered per and the eariieft account their U-. J"* part Great Britain, See. 11 94 Seizes Drawn r Lad
14 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To the P R I N T E R.

To the P R I N T E R.

the R I N E R. SIR; AS it is now the time for putting in tlalms, I can fee no reafon why I (hopld not put in rtiy claim, as well as the reft. And, fir, as you will find immediately, this claim of mine is not defired for ray benefit alone, but alfo for the benefit of Great Britain
14 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
REGULATIONS of the ACADEMY I.of PERTH.

REGULATIONS of the ACADEMY I.of PERTH.

REGULATIONS of the ACADEMY I of PERTH. The Town-councir having made choice of Doc- tor Johs Tait and Mr. John Mair, to be Ma- ftcrs of the Academy, which they have agreed to c- rc<st, for the inftru<flion of youth in the neceflary parts of fcVence, do allot them the foltowing pro
14 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

St. James's, Sept. Her Serene (he Pnncefs Charlotte of Mecklenburg, having em priced on his Majefty's yacht Stade, the cn the Flbe to Cuxhaven, failed thence the 28?h, and arrived in the port of Harwich, Sunday Evening lad the 6th Her continued that night, and dined Yelterday "b
14 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England