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From the LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 19.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 19.

Lisbon, ( Portugal) September 2. \jf Dv Gue Lambert, late Commander of the L»i.» Courageux, died of his Wounds the 2 cth of laft Month, and was attended, at his Burial, by the Englifh and French Officers. Hague, Sept. 13. The Head Quarters of the Allied 1 Army were on the 7th In
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Whitehall, September 19.

Whitehall, September 19.

Letters from Sir Jeffery Amherft, dated Albany, Auguft 13, give an Account, that the Operations againft the Cherokees, under the Command of Lieu- tenant Colonel Grant, of the 40th Regiment of Foot, had been very lucky, and that every Thing had fuc- ceeded without a fingle Rub, t
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, Genekal, and other Evening Papers, &>c. S>pt. iz. Letter from a Prujftan Officer in Anterior Pomerania, September 4. YESTERDAY Part of the Swedifh Army encamped near Rebelow, and their main Body was at BaltiWw. Col. Belling was pofted at Jugow, and General St
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERIIT: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimek,Mi ; . Fox, and Mr. Sanders,

DERIIT: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimek,Mi ; . Fox, and Mr. Sanders,

in Derby LIKEWISE By Mrs COLE in Wtrkfworth, and at Mr. B. ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in Ajhly-dtAa-Zmh, Mr Tailor's Shop in Winfler every Saturday. Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE in Ajhbornt. Mr. JOHN SALT, Wirkfworth-Peji. Mr. ?? CheJltrfield. Mr. JAMES HI
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TRUTH PREVAILETH.

TRUTH PREVAILETH.

WHEREAS t WILLIAM HARDIMAN. SuccefTor to R. Staples of London, have without an y Foundation, publifhed, and caufed to be publiftied and difperfed» in feveral Parts of this Kingdom, and particularly Caleb Pr'Ln> Bookfeller in Bcpn; William Wood, Bobkfeller in Lhcoml fohn Herry, G
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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and other Conveniences ; alio a Malt-Houfc adjoining to it, Handing in the Friar-Gate in DERBT, For Particulars enquire of Mrs. WO O LL E V/ in Derby. To be L ETT, and Entered upon the loth of October next, being Old Michaelmas-Day, A Commodious large FARM at Meynell-Langley, in
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 19.

LONDON, Sept. 19.

Letters from Lipftadt acquaint us, that M. Sou- bife narrowly efcaped being taken Prifoner on the 2d Inftant, and efcaped by the Horfe of. his Purfuer falling. On Wednefday Orders were given for a Sloop to fail immediately to bring Mr. Stanley from the Court of France** and Thur
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. tt.

LONDON, Sept. tt.

On Saturday Night his Majefty, with the Queen, were at the Opera -Houfe in the Haymarket : Her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales, and the reft of the Royal Family, were alfo there. The numerous Audience furpafled the moft extravagant Idea of Brilliancy and Grandeur. T
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Sept. 21. LONDON, Sept. 21. THE Light Troops of the Allies have fcoured the Lippe, and taken three Patroles of French Horfe, and 307 Waggons laden with Ammunition, and other Implements of War, on the Banks of chat River. Yefterday Morning, at Half
18 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England