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lobe LEU <I, and Entered upon the loth of Ottobic next being Old Michaelmas-Day, A Commodious large FARM at MepeU-Langhv.

lobe LEU <I, and Entered upon the loth of Ottobic next being Old Michaelmas-Day, A Commodious large FARM at MepeU-Langhv.

?? COm:y ° f DERBT ' ke in the PojrdGon 1 For further Particulars enquire of Mr. Richard Whitby Attorney at Law in Derby. , , ' By Mefll DURRAVAN's Company of COMEDIANS, ""- At the New THEATRE at the COUNTY-HALL, • On FRIDAY the id of ' OBober, will be prefented, A TRAGEDY, cali
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
t /. O N D (rtf, Sept. 44.

t /. O N D (rtf, Sept. 44.

His Grace the Duke of Bedford walked on Tuefday in the Coronation Procellion as" High Conftable of England, with his Staff. On his Right was the Earl of Errol, High Conftable of Scotland, and on his Left the Sword of Stare was carried by the Earl of Hunt- ington, at whofe Left t
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
UERtiT: Printed and fol by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr.RoE, Mr. TR'iWER,Mr. Fox, and Mtf&k^ LIKEWISE ?? ?? :

UERtiT: Printed and fol by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr.RoE, Mr. TR'iWER,Mr. Fox, and Mtf&k^ LIKEWISE ?? ?? :

' .. ■ By Mrs. COLE in Wirifwftb, and at Mr. B. ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. i [ Mr. MARTIN, Boo|cfeller in JJhby-de-la-Zouch. Mr Taylor's Shuv'.nWin/lejvery Saturday. Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE \t\ Ajhborne.l Mr. JOHN* SALT, Wrkfuierth-Pejts V»r«. 4aTER, in Chtjlerfild. Mr. JAM
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
s d' DERBT, September .0.

s d' DERBT, September .0.

Tee following Accounts of the Publick Rejoicings on the late Coronation- Day, have been lent Us, deiiring they maj be in- ferted in this Week's Paper. Exiraft ofa Letter front' Alhbome, dated Sept. ?? ' > The Morning of tbe Coronation was Early ufher'd in here by ringing of Bell
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, Stpt. _8.

London, Stpt. _8.

Frlyiay Morning, and not before, M. BufTy fet out % Dover to embark for Calais. — — Notwith- ftandiilig which, many fay the Negociations towards a Peaoe are not far from coming ito a happy Con- clufion. On .Saturday Morning Mr. Stanley arrived in Town ffrom Paris. Saturday 5900
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Cdurftttp's l^Dfi>C,

'Fromthe Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, &c. Sept. 29. this Day arrived a MAIL from Flanders. Berlin, ( the Capital of Brandenbourg in Germany ) Sept. 19. THE Accounts that have been publilhed in feve- ral German News-Papers of the Ruffians making Incurlions into t
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From thi LONDON GAZETTE, Sep', it)

From thi LONDON GAZETTE, Sep', it)

Magdebourg, September 19. THE Ruffian Fleet have again begun to bombard Colberg; and General Romanzow cannonaded the Duke of Wurtemberg in his Camp from the 4th to the 9th, but with very little Effe.t. Letteis from Glogau confirm the Account of the Baggage of the Ruffian Army ha
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
co unYr r NEWS,

co unYr r NEWS,

co ?? r NEWS, j Portfmouth, Sept, 27. Saturday arrived at Spithead fyom the Downs, his Majefty's Ships Belliqueux and Bi'enfaifant Sunday the above Ships failed. from Spithead into the Haibour, to refit for our Expedition. Four Bombs are to fail with our Expedition Fleet-
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 NDON, Sept. 29. Mil

L 0 NDON, Sept. 29. Mil

; Yefterday ieveral Officers and fome Gentlemen Volunteers going on the grand Expedition, fee out for Portfmouth. We hear that a Treaty is figned between the Courts f)f France and Spain ; but of what Nature is not yet u'ertainly known. We hear Orders have been tranfmitted to the
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Among the many magnificent Decorations In Weft- minller-llall, there were 1574 Wax Lights, which, on the King's Entrance, were all

Among the many magnificent Decorations In Weft- minller-llall, there were 1574 Wax Lights, which, on the King's Entrance, were all

lighted in lefs than two Minutes. The great Diamond on the Top of his Majefty's Crown, dropt off in Wcftminfter-Hall on Tuefday, but was found again foon after Dinner. Notwithftanding the innumerable Crowd of Spec- tators, and tbe amazing Preparations made, we as yet hear only o
25 September 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England