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fat fadartJdag flit Office Buiiffi.— —poi farticbiai».Cß(|atf«oriMr. Jackiba, the Printer hereof. ; y# LET Immediately, Genteel HOUS E fit: a fmall Famiiy fiMatc Baflqxao. is the Co««ty of Oxford. For further Pwtkiilan eaqwre of Jamcx Errr, of B»»p. too eforefeid. & Tbii miiU *»
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Lcmcn, September 19

Lcmcn, September 19

'The Courts at St. James's continue almoft as great ast-vet, the Ladies especially itil! coming in great Numbers. There arc 800 Gold Medals (Truck, 400 for the King, and 400 for the Queen ; one Half ot which will be thrown in the Abbey, and the other in the Hall, on the Day of t
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the LON D 0 N GAZETTE* Sept. xfc

From the LON D 0 N GAZETTE* Sept. xfc

Turfday, September it, 1761. THIS Day His Majefty King George the Thirlf and Queen Charlotte, were crowned in the Abbey Church of Weftminfter, with the Cerernoniei accultomed upon that Great and Glorious Solemnity. His Majefty came privately to the Prince's Cham- ber, and' the Q
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
to the PIT T n THAT My, £ <«6 bM, .'rtaS7c ,n ,t c depend upon their Orders ,n J

to the PIT T n THAT My, £ <«6 bM, .'rtaS7c ,n ,t c depend upon their Orders ,n J

molt punctual Mariner, by The molt obedient r vam, MARY \VADF. 101 lj (JiVC l\'O'l AT there will 3 G ynJ Cows y, u g Bealh of A es, Hotf, and H.,g,, Husbandry Tackle and Good- To begin Thurfday the Btn of next a't continue till all fold ' 1 Said to the belt On Thurfday the eight
28 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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22 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TUESDAYS POST. LONDON.' September .**. From the Lonoom Gazbtti. St. JbmtSt, Sip*. 23. This Bay the Ceranonr of thdrMajefti ronalion,

TUESDAYS POST. LONDON.' September .**. From the Lonoom Gazbtti. St. JbmtSt, Sip*. 23. This Bay the Ceranonr of thdrMajefti ronalion,

was performed in the Abbey Church at We^ainfter. About Nun the Morning their Mueftles, and the Printefi Powaeer, went throagh the from St. James’s in Chairs, snfl their Attend*nts Coaches, to Weflminfter-Hw. Groat whence they went about Twelve to the Abbey, where their Muefties
26 September 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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
 
From the London Gazette, Sept. 15.

From the London Gazette, Sept. 15.

St. James's, Sept. 14. This day the Right ■Hon. the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the city of London, in Common-council aiTem- U e d waited on his Majcfty ; and being introduced to his Majefty by his Grace the Duke of Devon- {hire made their compliments in the following a
23 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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