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LONDON.

LONDON.

Letters from Leghorn, dated the 2d inf.. bring advice that the Env. tefs Queen has ordered the fortifications of all the fliong towns in the Milaneze to be repaired ! They alfo take notice, that the King of Sardinia's regiments are all com- pleted, and in rcadinefs to take the f
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
n-^BTT^KMT^ ET J' ", the . STATE Lottery-Office, cppofitfc Su DunftanVChurch, Fleet-Street, where ADVERTISEMENTS are taken Z ** A^VERTISfiMENTS me

n-^BTT^KMT^ ET J' ", the . STATE Lottery-Office, cppofitfc Su DunftanVChurch, Fleet-Street, where ADVERTISEMENTS are taken Z ** A^VERTISfiMENTS me

alfo taken ?? BAKER's CoiFee-Houfe, Exchange-Alley ;-St. JAMES'S Coffee-Houfe, St. JamesVStreet «owfe, G^yVliia-Gate, Helborn;— And by Mr.GARPNEK, a* Cowley VHead, oppofite St. ?? in the Strand. " v ** 4Wl>is *- ott «-
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
O X* O R .October 3.

O X* O R .October 3.

On Wednrfd«y laft John Auften, Efq; Mayer of this City, was into his Office with the ufual Solemnities. The fame Day Mr. William Shepherd, and Mf. Nicholas Halley where chofen Chamberlains for the enfuing Year; and the Vacancies in the Chamber were filled up the Election of Mr.
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Be Careful to Ohferve,

Be Careful to Ohferve,

That the extraordinary Demand there has been of late Tears for this Excellent Bor,lt, bat lately induced tome Flookrellera to alter OTRER Preparstions, that they ini;ht she more imperceptibly obtrude them uprn the Public in it's S:cad: For the future. there.nte. to nittingunh al
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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Leeoeg. ©ctofcec 6

On Tuefday lall was held a Coutt of Cominon-Coiineil of the Magiftrates of this Burioiigh, when John Blaydes, l.fqj was elecicd Mayoi for the Year enfuing i At the fame Tune, Mr. John Worinald, Merchant, was chofe Common-Council man. At our Quarter Sellions Yetlerday, Margaret W
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNT RT N EIF S.

COUNT RT N EIF S.

Extraft of a Letter from Portfmouth, OH. 1. ." Thurfday the Dorfetfhire, Capt. Campbell, failed from Spithead ; it is laid, Exprefs for Gibraltar. " We hear, that we are to have a very formidable Fleet in the Bay.
2 October 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
E O I NEU R GU: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company* and fold at their

E O I NEU R GU: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company* and fold at their

Printing-houfe in the Parliament-clofe; ?? e Adver ti (ements and Subfcriptims sre taken in-
7 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
JZxtrati of 'a tetter from an officer on hoard the Po-.cock.

JZxtrati of 'a tetter from an officer on hoard the Po-.cock.

JZxtr ati of 'a tetter from an officer on hoard the Po- cock. •* On Wednefday, December 31, 1760, failed from Macco, one of the Ladroon iflands, the fol- lowing fhips belongingto the Eaft-India Company, bound for England, through the Straits of Sapy, viz. the Griffin, Valentine,
3 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERT IS E M E N TS. By Authority of the Lord Provofl and Magiflra f es of Edinburgh. THAT.

ADVERT IS E M E N TS. By Authority of the Lord Provofl and Magiflra f es of Edinburgh. THAT.

in the night, betwixt Tuefday the 29th, and Wednefday the 30th ulimo, a ROB- EERY was committed ata lodging, lecond ftory, head of the Fountain clofe, Edinburgh, of tne following articles : ift, A GOLD CHESSED WATCH, made by A. Dickie,, anno 1747, wirh a black fhagreen cafe, ftu
3 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EMULATION

EMULATION

IF thy Sen! thirtieth for Honour, if thy Ear hath any Pleasure in the Voice of PraiS- ; ra.le thyfclf from the Dull whereof ihou att made, and exalt thy Aim to Something that is Praile worthy. The Oak that now Iprcdrth its Branches to- wn,is the Heavens, was once but an Acorn in
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England