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The light troops of the allies have fcoured the Lippe, and taken three patroles of French horfe, and 307 waggons

The light troops of the allies have fcoured the Lippe, and taken three patroles of French horfe, and 307 waggons

laden with ammunition and other implements of war, on the banks of that river. By a letter .from Rockey-Point, in Cape Fare. North Carolina, dated the 26th of May, we are informed, that they have had the greateft rains ever known in thole parts ; veffels of I zo and 200 tons, la
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
bided in the Abbey and the other in the Hall, on the day of the coronation ; befides which, a

bided in the Abbey and the other in the Hall, on the day of the coronation ; befides which, a

great quantity of flyer onei are Bruck, in order to be thrown amongft the populace. On Sunday died, aged 91 years, the right honourable William lord Blakeney, knight companion of the molt honourable order of the Bath, lieutenant-general of his majefty's forces, colonel of the In
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
?? £.0 bt JlCttj to enter to at Mulaelhtas next, fn the Talbot Yard, Wakefield, A Very good House and

?? £.0 bt JlCttj to enter to at Mulaelhtas next, fn the Talbot Yard, Wakefield, A Very good House and

M a lt-JC il ?? alfo together or in Parcels, Thiee very good Stable,, one Barn, and two Gardens. For further Particulars enqui re of Mr. William Healcl, the Owner, who will fliew the Premi.c*. rHE COMMISSIONERS in a Commijfion of Bankrupt a- warded aad iffutd againft William Sii
29 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Cije LEEDES 3fntelitgetuet

Cije LEEDES 3fntelitgetuet

f Voj,. vill. TUES D A V, September 29, 1761. N° 388 ?? _. ?? ?? ?? Printed hy GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street-End.
29 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HO'ZIONONONEItca

HO'ZIONONONEItca

MONDAY's POST. Arica! a Mail fres" HOLLAND. Fro, the LONDON GAZETTE, Sot. 26. Maid:bast", tz. LETTERS from Bre(law of the 6th fay, that nothi ng h a d happened in Silefia, and that the Armies continued to keep their refpellive Pofitions. Prince Henry is Ilill at Schlettau, and M
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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" JEieunerDa?andcftutfnay's posts.

" JEieunerDa?andcftutfnay's posts.

" JEieunerDa? and cftutf nay's posts. /"row -A. Daily Papers, ?? Sr/r. 22, _»♦/_/ 23. [No Mails arrived from Holland or Flanders.]] letter from a Pruffian Officer in Anterior Pomtrania, Sept. 4. aß^ofcs-j^ ESTERDAY part of the Swedifli army fi "fa. encamped near Rebclow, and thei
29 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SHIP-NEWS.

SHIP-NEWS.

EretraQ of a Letter from Portfmouth, Sept. 19. •« Yellerday orders came down for the following fhrpsto hold themfelvcs in readinefs for failing; Royal George, Namur, Magnanime, Marlborough, Dorfetfhire, and Chi. t heller; but their deltination is not known. •• The Vanguard and M
29 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Lettefi from the Hague by yefterday's mail advifc that tht | h d .m account from Wefel. that the prince of Condc, .m otiading the town of Hamelen very hrilkly, had fud ,'nly retired with his troops; but that next day he re- icd to befiege it in form, and bombarded it in fuch an
29 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
frttfflW and POSTS. I

frttfflW and POSTS. I

?? and POSTS. I From tbe LONDON GAZETTE, Sept. 27. & Arrived .MAIL from HoiunD. Magdebourg, Sept. is. ?? ETTKRS fiom Brefiaa of the 6th fay, that nothing V^*_2 had happened in Silefia, and that the Armies con- % L «_< tinued to keep their refpeflive Pofitions. -5 _T- Prince Henry
29 September 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Be Careful to Obferve,

Be Careful to Obferve,

That the extraordinary Demand there has been of late Years for this Excellent Book, has lately induced tome Bookfellet's to alter OTHER Week's Preparations, that they might the more imperceptibly obtrude them upon the Public in it's Stead: For the future, therefore, to diflangut
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England