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Extr atl of a letter from Paris, Sept. 8.

Extr atl of a letter from Paris, Sept. 8.

v The Jcfuits have fet every engine to work, and prefented petition upon petition, to divert the blow with vvhich they are threatened ; but all the an- fwer they have received \% t th-^t (the pr-.Tent clr- cumflnnces of public affairs vvoiid not permit a par- ticular enqury into
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONDAY'S POST.

MONDAY'S POST.

[No News Confequence in the Gazette.] L O DON, Sept. 26. Tho* the French ffays a Letter from Francfort of the nth) have penetrated into Hanover, and Contributions, it is not imagined that they will make a conqueft the whole, becaufe that will cod more than they could make the co
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
.Arrived the Mails from Holland end Flanders

.Arrived the Mails from Holland end Flanders

From the London Papers, Sept. 24. From General Laudohn's army near Frey bourg ir. Si- lefia, Augufl 24. THE Ruffian army is not fo confiderable as ours ; bu» their artillery is very nnmerous, befides which General Laudohn lent them more ar- tillery with our cavalry. Siltfia wiU
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVER TI S E ME N T S. FLOWER ROOTS. JUST novv imported," and to be fold by WIL- LIAM

ADVER TI S E ME N T S. FLOWER ROOTS. JUST novv imported," and to be fold by WIL- LIAM

BORTHWICK, at his (hop, firfi fore- Hair above the head of Paterfon's Court, Lawn- maiket, Edinburgh, A curious COLLECTION of FLOWER ROOTS, Catalogues of which to be had at the above fnop ; as>ilfo, in their proper feafons, all kinds ot garden, grafs, tree, and flower feeds, occ
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY'S POST.

TUESDAY'S POST.

jOREIGN INTELLIGENCE Vtfteiday the MAIL from Holland. Colbere, (in Germany) Sept. 21. the Swedish Squadron jp§ijoined that of Ruflu the mjjpi S ult. they both continued to bombard us with great Vif gour, and their Bombs have i)c me ama^e the Town, and killed n y»^ ut thc rom lhc
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 

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September 14, 1761. r\R. WirSON, Ditchliug, NYtice, f'":■ th - will ready rcceive the in or ■;r iHnt Sq-tembcr, at

September 14, 1761. r\R. WirSON, Ditchliug, NYtice, f'":■ th - will ready rcceive the in or ■;r iHnt Sq-tembcr, at

Five Guineas each; 'l'hey arc ... . give him previous notice and lie any place The following Numb inoculated by him the two 1 sUafon*, viz. Rye, ugh ton, Steynin.cr, Godftone, Surry, Rotherfield, Lindfitl Rothtrsbndge, Jla'vvkhurlt, Kenr Wart ling, Duchling, Lewes, Keymef, Seven
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Lii ter from a Pruffian officer in Anterior Pomera- nia, Sept. 4. ■" Yefterday part of the Swedifh army encamped fiear Rebelow, and their main body was at Baltikow. c °l Belling was pofted at Jugow. and Gen. Stu;- fethelm in Golehen. In order to diflodge Colonel .Belling, the en
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High water at Leith

High water at Leith

Moon fers. Morn. Evert. Moon's age. H. M. H. M. H. M. Wedncfday I 3j 6 Even, j3 J z 24 j 3 45 Thurfday |4l 6 47 i 4 714 *g
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RDE E N JOOR N 'A L,' 7 <sl.' 155 I ft of this and the combined forces of Auftria

RDE E N JOOR N 'A L,' 7 <sl.' 155 I ft of this and the combined forces of Auftria

and Ruifta had hitherto foond the king of Prof, fia’s pofition too difficult to attempt him out of it. The parliament of Pads has confented regifter the. French king’s edi£i, which fufpendi atl further proceedings again the Jefuits for a year; but «hcy have limited tire fufpenft
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tent, Hope, with others, names unknown, in whole 48 fail. 7. Near 2000 letters came to the poft-office in Lorabardftneet

tent, Hope, with others, names unknown, in whole 48 fail. 7. Near 2000 letters came to the poft-office in Lorabardftneet

yefterday, from the St. Ann, late a French man of war, arrived in the Downs from Jamaica, but too late to be delivered until this day. 8. Yefterday in the afternoon, upwards of 4500 fhip-Jetters, which came by the Leeward Ifland fleet, were brought to the poll office. g. Laft Sa
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland