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J F k • ILLINEP ) From hi t Cardinal and Ribbon Warihottle in Broo4 Stria, Ho/horn, London, now at

J F k • ILLINEP ) From hi t Cardinal and Ribbon Warihottle in Broo4 Stria, Ho/horn, London, now at

the Sign of San, at the SIN% o f Mr,. Tyro, Ladies Shoemaker, &Puma Golden-lall,ct a..id Mr. Hand'', Cork Cutter, in Efilgat St et, aillir, di,' ing the Time of the Fair, ) i EGS Leave to acquaint 1 Ladies, Shop keeper., and Others, That he makes and fells in the newel 'Fade, al
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To LEAP this Season,

To LEAP this Season,

At Thornton, in the County of Durham, within four Mile* of Berwick, belonging to Mr Patrick Dodtj T*WO Fine TUPS, at Half Guinea each Ewe, and one Shtiling for the Graf*: The Money to paid at taking away the Ewe*.—They ate reckoned by the beft Judges to be the two beft Tup* in t
3 October 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tt bt SOLD,

Tt bt SOLD,

AConvemiemt DWELLING-HO U S E, fituatc in Pundon, Newcaftle, containing nine Fiie-rooms, fix vhich ate on the Ground Floor with Brew houfe, large Cellar, and Yard. , . Alio HOUSE adjoining the fame, containing three Fite-room*. Enquire of Mr Henry Atkinfon, in Newcaftle aforefai
3 October 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE LETT, At OU Michaelmas next, Blackball farm, in st. Giles's, Oxford, lately occupied by Mr. William Howell, dcecalcd;

TO BE LETT, At OU Michaelmas next, Blackball farm, in st. Giles's, Oxford, lately occupied by Mr. William Howell, dcecalcd;

confiding of 133 Acres of Arable and Failure Land, Tytbe-free, except eight Acres of Arable. ! For further Particular* enquire of Mr. Hume in High* Street, or of Mr. Aldermen iva*. in Oxford.
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

London Gazette, Sept. 29. Hamburgh, 'T'He young prince of Hefle Caffel fet Sept. 19. out laft Tuefday for Golding in Jutland, in order to meet theprincefs their mother, who comes from Zell to fee them. This interview is to continue eight or ten days after which her royal highnef
5 October 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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From the Loudon Papers, Sept. io-

From the Loudon Papers, Sept. io-

Prague, Sept. la. VVe have been much furprif- ed to hear, that the Ruffian army had feparated from her Majefty's. on the 9th. It is certain, that it was impoffible to attack, much more force the King of Pruffia s entrenchments. He had in front, and in his flanks, batteries, each
3 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E Of N BV 'RG He Printed for and by Walter Ruddima;-, John Richardson and Company f ~ and foldar

E Of N BV 'RG He Printed for and by Walter Ruddima;-, John Richardson and Company f ~ and foldar

their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-dole ; uric c .^->Dcrti Uments and Subfcripitjns ire taken in.
3 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fram the London Papers, Otl. 3.

Fram the London Papers, Otl. 3.

From a Siuedijh officer in the camp of Boldekow, Sept. 19. VVe are this moment informed, that Ma- jor Sprengport, with the corps of volunteers under his command, yeflerday furprifed, near Neuenfund, two battalions of Pruflian grenadiers, a battalion of the regiment of Hordt, wit
7 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
B* Foreign News.

B* Foreign News.

1. Hague, Sept. 1 8. The Alarm which the March of a large Body of French Troops towards Seefea and Gr*ne had occ£- fioried at Ha-iover, vvas entirely di>fipated, when the Letter of the 1 4th Infta".t came away ;it appeared that this Corps cf French was dellined to cover the Retr
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E. London, &c. Tburfday, 08. v

E. London, &c. Tburfday, 08. v

pV m a C ?° rted^ h . at an Ex^ refs has biea di^atched to the Earl of Briftol, our Minilter at Madrid, to demand of the Spa- nifh Court, a Copy of a Treaty, figned the 25th of Auguft, between the Spaniih and French Courts, and on refufal thereof, to leave that Court. 2. From hh
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England