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Kit ft til.

Kit ft til.

Pfter. burgh, Aug. ?? General Tottle- b«n wat brought hither the Beginning of laft Week, and it now a Piifnner in the Citadel.
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ladies in and Town Lewes, ;»re hereby acquainted, that Mr. SILK, who lately arrived here from Erigh rr>pofes open riis

Ladies in and Town Lewes, ;»re hereby acquainted, that Mr. SILK, who lately arrived here from Erigh rr>pofes open riis

Pnilofophical Lectures at the White Hart Inn Lewc , Monday Evening Seven ckthe 5. this Inftar.t vber, when it's mat thole Lad G.ntkmen, who have titi:er do intend honour the Courfe their Attendance, will be encourage the whole Proceedings by their then Piefence The Subject the f
5 October 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
An Address to the MUSE. By W.Wott. of themes impertinent and vain, Enough of trifles, light is the down That

An Address to the MUSE. By W.Wott. of themes impertinent and vain, Enough of trifles, light is the down That

floats in air, and wavers to the bretie, I've fung inglorious. For a fleet ng day The random verfe might pleafe, but wanting flrength, fhrunk, it perifh'd in its infanf bud. Away fantsftic vifions of the mind! Imagination's watching dreams away ! I'nlefs fantaftic vifions of the
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

By letters from Leipfic, dated the 16th ult. wears infoa-med, that the foreign battalion, confifling mofliy of French deferters, who revolted upoa their march, going from thence to Prince Henry's army, killed their Major, and wounded fome o- ther officers (as formerly mentioned)
7 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
POSTS € iU PX.L 0 N D Of N.

POSTS € iU PX.L 0 N D Of N.

POSTS € iU PX L 0 N D Of N. There has appeared lately at Dantzick a fmall Piece in the German Tongue, entitled, A Relation ofthe Kaptzack-Daria, that is, of the River Kaptzack. The Writer was a private Man in that Detachment, which the Emperor Peter the Great fent to look for thi
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The New Whole Duty of Man.

The New Whole Duty of Man.

Containing The Faith as well as ',settee of a Cults sT IA made ear) for the Priam of she prekno Age, as she Old Whole Lust of Man was delign'd for shore unhappy Tunes in which is was written ; and (applying she ARTICLES of the CHRISTIAN FAITH. which wanting on that hock. oho' Ef
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extra tl of a letter from an officer in the Eafl Indies, to'a Gentleman in this City, dated Feb. 5, 1761. ?? About a month ago I wrote yon, that we were in purfuit of the Young Mogul, whom we came up with on th.c 15th of January. His army confifted of above 50,000 fighting men :
3 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

O D N, Oct. 2, Letter Merchant in informs v the I 'nnce : the s:''\ i.n, I v. ihe a of the G.;r fihr. v* , which mem Rem icnv.eni wmg to j ti.t wet ih; .• '! next Day the Swedes fen t.iOiV io.ne . . the River, ' it, which the prince w'jt ionic Aredery, hich elciirr- the Pontoons
5 October 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Extract of a letter from an officer of the regulars, dated July 10

Extract of a letter from an officer of the regulars, dated July 10

eturned to Fort Prince George from the Cherokee mountains, >e ' near weeks under all the imaginable^—The Royal \ lei's than ufual in the affair of ot h of June, at Cowowee. —We upon the long march, our ' 'ipht infantry, and the Royal ill l order of march all along from —When the
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Marriages. Sept. 7. At London, Sir James Lowther, Br, to Lady Mary Stewart, eldeft daughter the Earl Bute. 12. At

Marriages. Sept. 7. At London, Sir James Lowther, Br, to Lady Mary Stewart, eldeft daughter the Earl Bute. 12. At

Edinburgh, Sir John Stewart of Grandtully, Bt, to the Hon. Mils Nelly Murray, fitter to the Lord Elibank. so. Capt. Campbell, to Mift Frafcr, niece to Ixrd Strichcn. 16. London, Lord Vifrount Glenorchy, cldeil fon the Earl of Breadalbane, to Maxwell, daughter Dr Maxwell of Frefl
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland