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IJ+ The A B E E E N J OURN A L, thofc who’ infifled for peace, were the duke

IJ+ The A B E E E N J OURN A L, thofc who’ infifled for peace, were the duke

of .or, Ncwcaftle, the duke Bedford, the earl of Hall- BOOK-KEEPING made Eafy. fax, the earl of Hardwicke, and Lord Mansfield Being a cotnpleat praflical Treatife MERCHANTS AC- On the Other fide, were, the Earl of Bute, Vifcount COUNTS, after the moft approved Method. Wherein al
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

6 train of artillery from that place} but that not withftanding the advantage of his fituation, Mefl. de Butterlin and Laudohn were making their difpofitions for a general attack : fo that we are very impatient know whether this attack has talcen place tor if the enemy-has drawn
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The New Whole Duty of Man.

The New Whole Duty of Man.

Containing The Faith as well as praetsce of a Ow sr TAN t made earl for the Praftice of she prelim Age, as she 011 Whole Duey of Man was dclign'd for thole Times in which it was written ; and fupplying the AR TIC Lka of she CHRIST lAN FAITH, which ate wanting in that Book, tho'
22 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
No. 443 d.

No. 443 d.

26 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RS DAY’S and FRI AY’s PO S TS. Paris, (Franc*) Stpumler 8. HEY write from Madrid, that they are railing

RS DAY’S and FRI AY’s PO S TS. Paris, (Franc*) Stpumler 8. HEY write from Madrid, that they are railing

Forces I in that Kingdom, with the greateft Diligence; that their JL Preparations by Sea are carrying on with equal Ajriduity; that Spain begins to rouze, and will not remain long inactive, if the Negotiations for a Peace (hould prove fruitlefs. _ . Marfhal Broglie’s Head-quarte
26 September 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
»UtlW and $oOtlDa_>*s POSTS.

»UtlW and $oOtlDa_>*s POSTS.

»UtlW and $oOtlDa_> *s POSTS. Frem the LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 19 (3> Arriv'd a M A J*L from Holland. Lifbon, Sept, s. FfamK* 1 * * Dv Gue Lamb «rt, late commander ofthe Courageux % -X diedoi his wounds the _. s .h of lalt month, and was 2 M. Jf attended at his burial, by the Engl.
22 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RICHMOND RACES.

RICHMOND RACES.

On Tuefday the i sth of September, the aged Plate for a Gold Cup, Value Eighty Pounds, was won by Duke oi Cleveland's Bay Horfe, Dainty Davy I ( I Mr. Hutton's Silvio, I s I Mr. Warren's Horle, Sport/man, | dr | The fame Day a Sweepltakes for 410 Guineas, was won by Mr. Swinburn
22 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
?? COMMISSIONERS in 4 Commigetiafßankrupt a- warded and iffued againft William Sutcliffe, late of Skircoat in ihe Parijh of Halifax,

?? COMMISSIONERS in 4 Commigetiafßankrupt a- warded and iffued againft William Sutcliffe, late of Skircoat in ihe Parijh of Halifax,

in the County ef York, Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet, on the X\ft Day of Oclobtr ntxt, at two ?? in the Aflernnr', at tht Houfe of Thomas Moxon, the Ntw.lnn in Leedes, in tbe faid Cuunty of York, to malt a final Dividend ef the faid Bankrupt's Eftatt and Ejfecls ;
22 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
F Foreign News.

F Foreign News.

I. Hanover, Sept. 10. General Luckner has furprized a Body of French in the Neighbourhood of Marienberg, and took 150 of them, whom he has conduded to Hildefheim. a. Vefttrfadft, Sept. 10. The Volunteers of Soubife, to rie Number nt 150, have furprized the Poft of Verne upon the
26 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The T»We at which their Maiefßet, wid|, the Duke* of ¥ork aiyd Camberiand, the Pliaoefi Angofta, dined at Weftminter-HaU, die

The T»We at which their Maiefßet, wid|, the Duke* of ¥ork aiyd Camberiand, the Pliaoefi Angofta, dined at Weftminter-HaU, die

Day the CofeMdon, waa covered throe Tltoes with 'Arty Difliei at each Courfc, alUerved and the Band «f Gentlemen Pcdfioaers. e • tt*. • »{. - Hit Majay«fter DAart *ti pkaM to Obnfitr of Knighthood on 'CTarlej •Toaodeys •Clateaacux King Arms. And iKcording to andent Cuftom, wit {
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England