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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
 
Extract of c I.eitei- fr.im Porti'mouth, Sept. 10.

Extract of c I.eitei- fr.im Porti'mouth, Sept. 10.

Extract of c I.eitei- fr.im Porti 'mouth, Sept. 10. " An order is come to onr Dock-yard, to lit for the fen vvith the ntmoft expedition, Ids Majefly*t fiiip? Royal George. N.amure, Nottingham, Marh borough, Meglumine, and feveral other fliips of war; in conlequer.ee of which, our
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

foreign INTELLIGENCE This (i y arr MAILS from Holland and Flandrs. Prague, Sept. 7. On the ult. the King of r- had his between Zcttlitz and Wurm, 2nd the Ruffians theirs at Streigau. Gen. who is embarraffed by the ina&ion ef the King of Pruf j<; endeavouring to draw him out of i
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
i y i. Park are fet,from Martinmas, Candlemas Whit‘ ftmday next. Enquire at Mr. Ramfay Advocate in Aberdeen, knoivs of

i y i. Park are fet,from Martinmas, Candlemas Whit‘ ftmday next. Enquire at Mr. Ramfay Advocate in Aberdeen, knoivs of

a Summer-houfe with ten or twelve Acres inclofcd Land to feued, or Jet in a long Tack. T Hat' upon Saturday the feventh Day of November next, there is to be expofed to publick Roup, betwixt the Hours of three andJour in the Afternoon, within the Exchange Cojfce-houfe in Aberdeen
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
wJ3*. Kb Erm Outfit MltuMlJf

wJ3*. Kb Erm Outfit MltuMlJf

Edinburgh^ Monday Septemb-r 28, 1761. [Num. 6105] [ 4& ]
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Orkney lifl of fhi ppi ng.

Orkney lifl of fhi ppi ng.

Sept." 4. Sailed from Stromnefs, the John, Racksburg, from the Highlands for Newcaftle. Sept. 5. The 1 , Goodale, for Greenock. Sept. ir. The York, of and for New-york, Briton, from Amflerdam. Sept. 1 4-. Remain in faid harbour, the John, of and for Air, Wilfon, from Danrzick ;
28 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, 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
 
filch matlner that he could receive fubfiftence by one road only, and that not without much difficulty ; lo that

filch matlner that he could receive fubfiftence by one road only, and that not without much difficulty ; lo that

he would be abfolutely obliged, not* withftandirig his refolutiun,to remain on the defen • five,or come to an aftion. The friends of Pruffia at Hamburgh flatter themfelves, that he will get rid of the Ruffians, as ufual, aboOt the end of this month ; and will then have only Laud
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sunday died Mr George Peacock : He'kept Danciog-fchool here many Yean, with great Reputation, was diligent and faithtul, and is

Sunday died Mr George Peacock : He'kept Danciog-fchool here many Yean, with great Reputation, was diligent and faithtul, and is

defervedly lamented. Lalt Week died Mr William Dixon. Attorney at Law, T‘ownclcrk of Richmond, in the County of York, Clerk of the Lieutenancy for the North Riding, Deputy-regifler of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, Ac. A Gentleman wh6(e great Abilities, extenfive Praftice, and af
26 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
i W I j 4 | j J<»w.B»trio« I ThS of Man. mfatialij neteJftrx Salvattek. . U.,-...., •■ • .»<•»

i W I j 4 | j J<»w.B»trio« I ThS of Man. mfatialij neteJftrx Salvattek. . U.,-...., •■ • .»<•»

H' .... - • ■ j PR¥OT.ION,»r|WT*r«M fergal •■ ~ . •-. .' ;. it; D, | ; R'tGmgtf** *r tom tomt HfKTBK, Hmgu+frm, iM the Saßkto lhdfeOwfayn and Ladin, who, out « tender Re*»td to promoierilt the* 'ift*' >M VMtfiUMt tfdjhhOßt* «d Serrinu, arc lo thfw { • N, B, The &ine'm«7 bad 1« O
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England