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29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HO'ZIONONONEItca

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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
 
?? £.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
 
THURSDAY'S posT, From the LONDON GAZETTE, Stpittaktr 22. Dublin-Caftle, Sl:ember 14. yESTERDAY, upon the arrival of the packet with an

THURSDAY'S posT, From the LONDON GAZETTE, Stpittaktr 22. Dublin-Caftle, Sl:ember 14. yESTERDAY, upon the arrival of the packet with an

account, that her molt ferene highnefs the prince(' Charlotte of Mecklenburg was fafely arrived at St. James's, the flag was chfplayed on Birmingham Tower : at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the great guns in his majelty's park the phoenix fired three rounds of twenty-one guns eac
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
In we are kfermed, that on the :ph of July a Negro was committed to prifon, for being conoerned a

In we are kfermed, that on the :ph of July a Negro was committed to prifon, for being conoerned a

confpiracy for firing the town, and maffscriog all the whites in the Mend. The difcovery was made by means of a white fervent. whom they had let into part of their levet; and who immediately communicated the whole to the governor, before the confpiracy had got any length. The Ne
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
 
4 and flyer. Her train, which was of filk, but pion, and therefore not borne by any perfon; and h

4 and flyer. Her train, which was of filk, but pion, and therefore not borne by any perfon; and h

er h a i r flowed her boulders in dropping curls. She had no ca p on, but only a circle of diamonds. The ref!of the princes and princtires, her highnefs's children, followed in the following order : His royal highoefs prince Henry-Frederick, alto in whit e and filler, handing hi
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
1 Bat gent Mtn. Of ev'ry maid, and city youth, the fears : The 'ken thee, untoucted, in native white,

1 Bat gent Mtn. Of ev'ry maid, and city youth, the fears : The 'ken thee, untoucted, in native white,

Does very eye, and ev'ry beau delight ; But when her nose the Nuptial God unties, Each winning grace, and all her lufire dies l awes of YOUTHS. • As the lone vine, in Tome wild barren field, Nor upward fprings, nor lulcious grapes can yield, Prone to the earth, with unfupported
29 September 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England