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Ha^VT, Sept. i>. Lei ii ,-feeived thit Day from Si'el'-a .•!■ it, that 1 „ ?? ,; .at i'.u'i.i coii- tinued 11. h.s tu.n.i Pol.tnni iiur Scli.tt „li ,t., and the Kuflians and A*., -.••*> .11.) in t.ieir tor- mer Encampment* 11. .lit N.i J.'„.ii|hc,.,i t .*»iri- gau : But thai as
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
!• N I G M A

!• N I G M A

*~T"*.ltO' it: .mire, my Brother's Uncle now I am, X And they my duteous Nephews are become; N >w 1 my Aunts wi.h J u tit c Sifteis call, An. l now my Uncles aie my Brothers ail. Mi Grandfather to Father change his Name, Mv Grindmother to Molina's done .he fame. _>lv's no* n.y S
24 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Juft IMPORTED,

Juft IMPORTED,

From TACKSON's only Marfa Irareboufe for making and 'vending Dr. BATEMAN's Pet/oral Drop. at the King's Arms, Craven-Buildings, London, Rep by THOMAS and WILLIAM JACKSON and Company, where Captains and Mayers of Ships, and Country Shopkeepers, may be Applied, with good Allowance
22 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
GBESTLR : Printed by ELIZ. ADAMS, where Advertifrments are taken in.

GBESTLR : Printed by ELIZ. ADAMS, where Advertifrments are taken in.

22 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
— king's Authority, TOO. Day was Publ i filed , Necej:ary for all Families, A NEW EDITION (in Oaavo )

— king's Authority, TOO. Day was Publ i filed , Necej:ary for all Families, A NEW EDITION (in Oaavo )

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22 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
empire..Part of a letter from Hamburgh, Sept. 8.

empire..Part of a letter from Hamburgh, Sept. 8.

empire. Part of a letter from Hamburgh, Sept. 8. Laft Thorday rhe gates of this town were ftiut from nine in the morning till four in the afternoon. No bo- dy knew the reafon tiil Saturday; when they were toic 1, that three fucceffive couriers had arrived at Copen- hagen from Pet
26 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

The laft advices from Cartel, of the 3d inft. mention, that the Count de Lufatia's troops having joined the forces under M dt Belfunce, begun their march that day in order to attack General Luckncr, which was thought would produce very bloody woik; and that General tiporcken, wi
22 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Samuel HafTell, of Cheapfide, London, Haberdafher. Henry Lane, of Wcoburn, Buckinghamfhire, Barge Matter.
26 September 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England