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LONDON.

LONDON.

Extraft of a letter fro-n Antig-ia, dated June ZK. v Lord hollo has publicly declared, that thoie inhabitants of Dominica who did not appear by th: 24th inft. and take the oatn of allegiance, will he treated as rebels and hanged. The laft accounts from that place mention, that t
23 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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from fix o Clock on Monday Evening, till’ Six the najet and fo great wa» the Concowfe, that many Perfom who Trad Placet in the HaU, Abby, and Scaffbldin& were obliged to ouit their Coaches at CKaring-CfoTs. and prefs as well at they conld through the Crowd and Dirt to their Seat
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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• rani: . WH E R AS in the Night between the srft zzd of September I aft* at, thrGettoaM

Rtfh of ifce Inclofiirt of Mr. Will. Pizzott. of Oxfordfhrre, Were broken and deftteped: If atay one wilt grre Information fo that Offender due be ednvidad thereof, (hair on fnek £ooviftton, re&iife the £i>d.Mr. WUlinm Perrott, die Sam of Five aad 'Name be concealed, ifdefired.
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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TUESD A V, ' September 22, 1761. N° 3*7- ?? n_ . __ «,._«.-_ f Vol. V 111. | Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New- Street- Ew!.
22 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTR V.NE W s.

COUNTR V.NE W s.

Norwich, Sept. 12. Mr. Job Smith, Mailer of" (He Wrefll-rs Tavern at Yarmouth, went e'jtpref* with the news ofthe Queen's arrival off the Norfolk Ccaft, nnd being she full who got to St. James's, was introduced to the Karl ol Bute, who rewarded him with two Bank Notes _ md he ha
22 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

LONDON, Sept. A Letter frown a Pruflian Officer in Anterior Poms iept 4, lays, ihc SvveaiUi Army near Rtbeluw, and their Body was Col. was polled Jungow, ana Gcneial Goichen. order d (lodge Col. Belling, the Enemy remitted their two Camps the Night, and advanced him this Morning
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
The Procession

The Procession

The King's Heib Woman, with her Maid Servants, ftrcwing Sweet Heihs, ?? The Deans Beadle of Weflminftcr, with his Staff. The High Con liable of Weftminfter, w.th his Staff, in a Scarlet Cloak, A Fife. Drums. Drum -Major. Tiuni|>ets. Kettle Drum. Trumpets. The Serjeant Trum- pete
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The <^U E KN,

The <^U E KN,

ln her Royal Robes of Purple Velvet, richly tuned vyith Ermine, having a Circle of Gold fet with large Icwels upon her Mikity's Head ; the Bilhoji of London lupporting her Majetty on the Right, nd the Biftiop of Winchefter on the Left ; going under a Canopy byrne by the B no..s
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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Loudon, _*rprrmiuT ...'

Loudon, _*rprrmiuT ?? Their Majefties, and the Princefs Dowager, went through theP rk from St. Jamei'i ir.C'hairs, and their Attendants in Conches, at Nine o'clock this Morning, toW'.ltininiter-H ill, from whence they went about Eleven to the Abbey, where their Majefties were cro
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ABE nitlon and other-Implements of war, on the banks of that river. a. Letters from Lipftadt acquaint us, that M,

ABE nitlon and other-Implements of war, on the banks of that river. a. Letters from Lipftadt acquaint us, that M,

Soubife was very neat being taken prifoner on the 2d inftant, and only efcaped by the falling of his purfuer’s horfe. 3, They write from Hanover, that M. Luckner had an interview with prince Ferdinand of Brunfwick on the sth, without St. Giles’s gate after which he fet off full
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland