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Fro-n the Banks of the IVezer, Scr t Ye

Fro-n the Banks of the IVezer, Scr t Ye

have juft received advice that General Luckner haj obliged the French troops, that were pofted between Goflar and Gefen. to retire witi' no flrall lofs. Prince de Scubi/e's camp at {Vefterhs :, Sept. ra Lail night 130 of the rangers and hunters of So* bile's regimenr, under the
23 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, 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
 
from the London Papers, Sept. 19.

from the London Papers, Sept. 19.

Lip fi adt, Sept. 4. Iti the attack upon Dorften, the Heftian gre- nadiers killed abundance of French. Forty of their, officers and 600 men efcaped the {laughter, but afterwards furrendered prifo- ners. There were found in the town fix pieces, of cannon, two pair of colours, fom
26 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. LONDON, September. 17. HE lad Advices from Caflcl men* tipn, that the Count Lufatia's Troops having

SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. LONDON, September. 17. HE lad Advices from Caflcl men* tipn, that the Count Lufatia's Troops having

joined the Forces under M. de Belfunce, begun their March that Day in order to attack Gen. Luckncr, which was thought would produce very bloody Work and that General Sporcken, with ao.ooo Men of the Allies, was poded on the Heights near Hoxter. The People in Holland, from the Le
26 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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
 
,rf *" the moft reafonible Price *•

,rf *" the moft reafonible Price *•

26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
IPSWICH, Sept. a*, 1761. THE Partnerlhip between Eliz. and Mary Manning being diffolved, Part ofthe Stock, confifting of Millinery Goods,

IPSWICH, Sept. a*, 1761. THE Partnerlhip between Eliz. and Mary Manning being diffolved, Part ofthe Stock, confifting of Millinery Goods,

will be fold off at prime Coft, or under. The Sale to begin .on Saturday next, an<3 continue till all is fold. N. B. Ail Perfons indebted to the faid Eiiz. and Mary Manning, are defired to pay their fai J Debts within forty Days from the Date hereof, or they will be fued without
26 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, 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
 
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w TO s b, its:. EV ER AL kleffuages sod Thtements with the Lends and Appurtenance/ thermos ins. ytng and Wins in the Towndlip of Coiefbill vawr. in the [arta of tiolywell and County of Fliat, • Pail, / Roo per Annum. For further I' 4, • • min of M. ohs Tony . Crow in MONDAY 'a P
22 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the Printer of the Publick Ledger

To the Printer of the Publick Ledger

S I R, IHAVE the honour of being a Common-council- man, and am greatly pleafed with a late para- graph from Southampton : There we learn, that the Mayor, and Aldermen of that loyal borcugb, had the particular faiisfa<stion of celebrating the royal nuptials by a magnificent turtl
23 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland