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I R E L A N D.

I R E L A N D.

Cork, September 17. By a Paffenger on board the Peacock from Philadelphia, arrived here on Monday laft, who left New-York the 16th ult. we hear, there- were at that Time ninety Sail of Tranfport Ships then affembled at New-York, on board of which Stiips .a Number of Troops were
2 October 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Corke, Sept. 14. Sunday arrived his Majefty'sfljipSeor. pion, Capt. Hallam. from a cruize. Same day arrived his Maiefly's Ihip Montague, of 60 guns, Capt. Williamfon, cor. o to a fleet from the Weft Indies. By this fleet, we hear, that Commodore Sir James Doug- las is extremely
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be Sold by AUCTION,

To be Sold by AUCTION,

On 'Dolby the t3th Day of Ogober. at Mr. Daniel Smith'', the White-Lion, in :Torthpts-fireet, C.hefler, THE Manor or Lord fhip, Townfhip and Villa ge of GLOVZ MONS. in Cheat:v, with revere' PstelTuages or Dwelling Houfes, berntufore the of Mrs. Mary Daffy, deceafed. of she yearl
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
S& (Cale&omatt Mtvcwv.

S& (Cale&omatt Mtvcwv.

jNum. 6 207 J Edinburgh, Saturday OHobrr 3, 1761. [ 4«9 3
3 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Ipoll.itlD

Hague, Sept. it. The Alarm which the March of a large Body of French T roups to- wardt Seefen and Grene had occafioned at Hano- ver, was entirely diffipated, when the Letter of the 14th Inft. came away ; it appeared that this Corps of French was deftined to cover the Re- treat o
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Hoiioon, feepttmbtv 26.

Hoiioon, feepttmbtv 26.

Yefterday about two ?? Mr. Stanley arri ved ai St. jamci t from France. Yrlter day Morning, and not before, M. fl.ni . act out for Dover to embark for Calais.—-Not- withstanding which, many fay the Ncgoca. ions towards a Peace aic not far fioin coming to a happy Conclulion. On W
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
?? ADVERTISEMENTS, and LCttCCS to tI)C ?? are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Street-EnH

?? ADVERTISEMENTS, and LCttCCS to tI)C ?? are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Street-EnH

Where l-rmting in general is perform-! in the neateft Manner, at the moft reafonable Prices. * ADVERTISEMENTS, f_\. are alio taken in by, and the Paper may be had of, the following Perfons, viz. Mr. Binn*, and Mr. Edwards, #Mr Re-v, and Mr Smith, in §Mr Hir.twood. in Ripponden.
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, Off. 3.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Off. 3.

Berlin, { the Capital of Brandenhurg in Germany ) Sept. tt. BY Letters received from M. Pttten'* Corps at Czempin, we are informed, that fome Light Troops/ whom he had pufiied forwards to Men* had. fet Fire to the Ruffian Magaaihes at that Place- The General was following the 17
2 October 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Fnmib, LONDON GAZETTE, OS. 6.

Fnmib, LONDON GAZETTE, OS. 6.

Delfzyl in Ooftfrize, September 28 A Body of 6 or 800 French Light Troops, com- manded by the Marquis de Conflans, having appeared before Embden the 24th Inftant, and the Burghers having refufed to join in defending the Place, the Englifll Garrifbn of two Companies of Invalids,
2 October 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A description of the regalia, consisting of the crowns, sceptres, swords, Sec. used in the coronation of Kings and Queens.

A description of the regalia, consisting of the crowns, sceptres, swords, Sec. used in the coronation of Kings and Queens.

CT Edward's crown, with which his jefty is crowned, fo called commemoration of the ancient crown which was kept in the church of Weftminfter till the beginning of the late civil wars, when, with the reft of the regalia, was molt facrilegioufiy plundered away. It is a very rich i
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland